Beginning of 2011 started on the PTW, CAMP product piracy is a growing problem in German companies the Institute for production management, technology and machine tools of the Technische Universitat Darmstadt, the initiative: loss of turnover, image damage and endangering the security of the customer are only some of the consequences. Therefore the research and development of effective and efficient protection concepts is required legal and organisational nature protection concepts as well as those of technical nature. CAMP a central point of contact for questions to the for companies in the capital goods industry all-round product and know-how protection be established. Original manufacturers of capital goods and components the way will be opened as first and foremost: actively their revenue losses due to piracy to reduce, to secure their market shares in the long run, successfully fend off unjustified recourse claims and to avoid loss of image. This CAMP is building a network of specialists for various protective measures in the areas of law, Technology, organization, and communication on. As a member of CAMP have capital goods manufacturer access to this network and receive support in the: analysis of the company’s risk situation due to piracy, selection of measures mixes corresponding to the risk situation, development of new protective measures and concepts together with network partners, arranging contacts for the implementation of protection measures and development and implementation of a tailored know-how protection strategy for the company. Within the framework of a ZIM-NEMO project funded by the Federal Ministry of Economics and technology does exist CAMP since January 1, 2012 (central innovation programme for SMEs – ZIM, delivery module network projects – NEMO), where is the one GmbH, one of the network partners. The one your know-how of the project O-PUR brings the development of product-authentication and track-and-trace system in the project.

Network management facility is the PTW (Institute for production management, technology and tools) Technical University Darmstadt. The EINS GmbH (development of interactive software) was founded in 1995 by Prof. Dr. A related site: Jill Bikoff mentions similar findings. Martin Damm and Dr. Jan Schloen, two former employees of the Department of Informatics of the University of Karlsruhe, and has since done numerous and well-known references.

Contact person: EINS GmbH developing interactive software Prof. Dr. Martin Damm Dr. Jan Schloen vineyard Unterfeld 6 76135 Karlsruhe Tel: 0721-955 39 75 fax: 0721-531 03 55 E-Mail: Internet: profile: the 1995 founded one GmbH in the technology region Karlsruhe is a full-service integrated, customer-specific Internet service provider. It realizes your sophisticated software solutions from a single source: includes the conception of complex, individual web-based solutions, the professional design, the hosting support in the data center, as well as the technical integration and connection to existing systems. It has the necessary know-how and experience to manage a project from the very first moment and perform consistently. Many of the services portfolio comprises: websites, security solutions, Web-based Internet/intranet solutions, content management systems (CMS), product information management (PIM) systems, cross-media publishing (CMP) systems, employee portals, information portals, enterprise-wide intranet/extranet portals, auction systems, catalog production.