Performanz-Bewertung digitaler Infrastruktur

Data/Digitization Strategy for Asset Management

Digitization and the associated networking of production systems, processes and IT systems form a central component of flexible and autonomous production. It creates the prerequisites for an optimized, trouble-free operation and lifecycle-oriented asset management.

However, many companies only insufficiently or unstructuredly record the data of their technical systems. Databases are largely isolated, redundant or not linked to one another. As a result, valuable data remains unused.

Salzburg Research provides a scientifically based, manufacturer-neutral support for the development of your individual data and digitization strategy.

Your Added Value

  • Developing and expanding knowledge of the technical systems in the organization
  • Optimization of processes through improved data integration
  • Monitoring of systems and prediction of faults: Avoidance of unplanned downtimes and production losses
  • Avoidance of quality losses or penalties due to delivery delays and/or quality defects
  • Development of new digital business models
  • Definition of roles and rules for a data-driven asset management

Our Offer

Assessment and support that can be quickly implemented and adapted to your individual needs – manufacturer-neutral and independent of the industry:

  • Developing data a s a basis for decision-making and making it usable
  • Identification of data and interfaces for advanced operation and maintenance strategies
  • Structured use of internal company data
  • Architecture reviews of grown systems
  • Analysis of the interaction between manufacturer, operator and maintenance
  • Integration strategy based on standardized interfaces
  • Possible uses for digital assistance and digital twins

Contact us for your customized package!

Contact person

Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
T: +43/662/2288-401 |

How to find us
Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft
Jakob Haringer Straße 5/3
5020 Salzburg, Austria