The paper was based on the Bachelor's thesis by Jil Ehnis, in which she developed a "robust and universally applicable mathematical algorithm for modeling any non-linear logistics processes".
This software algorithm was developed so that it can also be used according to the same mathematical rules to solve other problems in distribution such as the modeling of any logistics process for tracking packages for RFID applications. It can also be used to model any sensor response curves in a smart environment as well as in battery management applications for the analysis of lithium-ion batteries in E-mobility based on standard micro-controllers.
Rutronik congratulates Jil Ehnis on her impressive achievement. At a small ceremony, Andreas Mangler, Dominik Schmidt and Hans-Christoph Behler presented her with the award along with a small token of appreciation for her remarkable work.