Motion Data Intelligence | From Data to Value
People, products and machines are
on the move
and increasingly
wirelessly connected
. This enormous dynamic offers new opportunities for business and society. With
Motion Data Intelligence
we make the movement of things measurable, link them reliably, develop algorithms for
meaningful analyses
and thus increase added value and efficiency.

As an independent research institute, Salzburg Research offers know-how and
sustainable solutions
for complex challenges in the
Internet of Things
. We are a think tank for innovative companies from a wide range of industries and the public sector – internationally oriented and committed to the region.

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Assessment Of The Quality Of Cycling Infrastructures

For the targeted further expansion of the cycle paths in an Austrian state capital, Salzburg Research determined an objective data-based assessment in order to identify those areas with the greatest need for action.

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Broadband Monitoring: Comprehensive Performance Analyis for Communication Networks

Salzburg Research systematically and continuously recorded the broadband availability in a federal state and created a neutral, provider-independent database for evaluating mobile broadband availability.

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Optimized Sports Experiences through Body Sensor Networks

Sport is about efficient execution of movement for encouragement. In order to support this digitally with the help of sensors, Salzburg Research and partners developed the “SensorHub”, a distributed sensor platform for setting up so-called Body Sensor Networks.

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Does the Communication Network Support my Application? Successful Troubleshooting in Digital Systems

Troubleshooting a time-critical one-to-many push voice service. Salzburg Research simulated the service with virtual measuring points and measured the connection. In this way, the error could be identified and rectified quickly.

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Evaluation Of Lost Times In Public Service

Salzburg Research analysed travel time losses in public bus transport for the transport department of an Austrian provincial government. On the basis of this objective detailed assessment, the effect of a new bus lane could be demonstrated.

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Does the Software Keep what it Promises? Independent Stress Test for Complex Requirements

Decision support before purchasing new software: Realistic simulation and measurement of how the software copes with the expected load and what effects the application has on the network infrastructure.

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