Top grade for Bach­e­lor thesis

Daniel Meurer studies electrical engineering with field automating and drive engineering at the FH Aachen. For the realization of his practice project and the following bachelor thesis he chooses the company Quality Automation.

Daniel Meur­er stud­ies elec­tri­cal engi­neer­ing with field automat­ing and dri­ve engi­neer­ing at the FH Aachen. For the real­iza­tion of his prac­tice project and the fol­low­ing bach­e­lor the­sis he choos­es the com­pa­ny Qual­i­ty Automa­tion. A sub­ject was quick­ly found: „Resis­tant Auto-ID sys­tem for prod­uct track­ing“. By using that sys­tem dif­fer­ent kinds of mate­r­i­al media of an exist­ing plant should be marked. The marks should con­tain the iden­ti­fi­ca­tion num­bers of the mate­r­i­al media and should serve for the clas­si­fi­ca­tion of the process data. 

The work­piece hold­ers are sub­ject to dif­fi­cult oper­at­ing con­di­tions like high tem­per­a­tures, acids and lac­quer­ing. The job was to devel­op a mark­ing sys­tem that resists such con­di­tions. The real­iza­tion should be per­formed exem­plar­i­ly from the tak­ing of the code to the eval­u­a­tion in an SPS.. Fol­low­ing the col­lo­qui­um tak­ing place in the room for train­ing course at QA the exam­in­ing pro­fes­sor Ulrich Hoff­mann (FH-Aachen) and the co-exam­in­er Fried­helm Stef­fens (QA) quick­ly find out that the per­for­mance should be eval­u­at­ed with the top grade very good (1,0). The com­pa­ny Qual­i­ty Automa­tion com­pli­ments Mr. Meur­er on the passed exam and looks for­ward to a pos­si­ble coop­er­a­tion in case of a mas­ter thesis.