Vanderlande delivers material handling solutions, including systems that automate complete warehouses, which can be extremely large. The size and complexity of these systems make them impossible to test in real life. Imagine having to move 200 000 trays every time you need to redo a test. Within Vanderlande we solve this problem by building an emulation model. During this lunch presentation we will explain how our emulation model is built. Furthermore, we will discuss some other interesting developments within Vanderlande
The emulation model is built with Java and OpenGL. We’ll be discussing some of the technical challenges we’ve had to overcome, and of course our solutions to them. To facilitate our work, we’ve also implemented a DSL (domain specific language), which helps with modelling components typically seen in a warehouse or baggage handling system. We will use that to give you a general feeling of what we do on a daily basis.
This lecture will be given by Rick Hendricksen (Senior Software Engineer & old GEWIS-member) and Dennis van den Berg (Product Owner)
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