In the following you will find an overview of our current research projects.
Use of Artificial Intelligence
KI.RPA aims to develop a self-learning system that automatically captures and analyzes process knowledge and ultimately creates an intelligent software robot that can implement the learned process.
The MYOW project will enable us in the future to produce high-quality intelligent clothing without great effort.
BauPrevent is a funding project of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research in the field “Future of Work – Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises” with the aim of developing a practical system for individual real-time-based load assessment on the construction site.
The aim of the VICAR project is to record the purchasing paths of customers in stationary retail, to analyse them in real time and, based on this, to offer added value to them and to retailers.
The research project “Data-based decisions for cost-effective road maintenance”, or DatEnKoSt for short, aims to achieve precisely this: unnecessary follow-up costs can be avoided by using inexpensive recording methods, predictive forecasts and simple derivation of the optimum measures.
The aim of the InKraFT project is to compensate physical and cognitive disabilities in the specific case of automotive mechatronics through the use of a virtual reality environment.
PERFORM is a Europe-wide network whose aim is to educate the next generation of digital retail managers.
The goal of HoloSim is to enable engineers to analyze simulation data using mixed reality by embedding holograms as 3D models in the working environment and making them interactively accessible.
PRAGUE develops a digital assistant that supports the selection of the optimal project management procedure and at the same time provides the appropriate software.
The forum, sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, offers an interdisciplinary network that actively shapes the digital future of its members.
Funding project of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research in the field of “Digital Media in Vocational Education and Training”.
The aim of the KAMeri project is to support employees who already work with robots, for example in assembly.