All projects (chronologically)


Buddy-BeWell

We want to build a truly empathic robot that will help older people remain healthy. We will develop an AI-driven personalized wellbeing program that will enhance the capabilities of the Buddy robot. Buddy is a friendly emotional personal robot that can watch over elder users and help with daily activities. In order to be a real companion, Buddy must also understand the user. This means the Buddy will be updated to enable computer vision analysis to analyze emotions and physiological signals from the face, body, and voice. Learning these important emotional signals can help integrate a successful health coaching program.
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TeleCareHub – Platform for technology-supported care and support for people with dementia living at home

In the TeleCareHub, a platform is to be created through which various stakeholders, but above all family caregivers of dementia patients, can gain better access to support.
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zukunftswege.at – Ideas for the Mobility of Tomorrow

Mobility laboratory „zukunftswege.at“ assists research and innovation drivers in the development of their potential, and aims to initiate and help new projects.
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SuCoLo – Fostering sustainable consumer behaviour with inclusive bicycle logistics infrastructure in urban outskirts

SuCoLo researches and develops solutions for sustainable, inclusive logistics in urban outskirts. It explores digital methods for sustainable behavior, the needs of citizens, the necessary infrastructure and database in terms of bicycle logistics, and inclusive and socially beneficial pick-up stations.
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EDIH Crowd in Motion

The European Digital Innovation Hub (EDIH) “Crowd in Motion” offers tailor-made consulting and innovation services for SMEs and the public sector for green and digital transformation in the tourism, sports and leisure industries.
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PowerTeams – Collaborative engineering of smart grid applications

Collaborative and partially automated engineering of Smart Grid applications along the entire life cycle.
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DIEGO – Digital Energy Path for Planning and Operation of Sustainable Grid, Products and Society

Energy management and balancing of industrial processes, residential prosumers and e-mobility charging through real-time data exchange and control.
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Relax: Learning Agent for individualised Stress Management

A learning agent for stress multi-level diagnostics, personalised stress profiles and interventions in the work context
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CE-PASS (Circular Economy – Digital Product Passport)

CE-PASS is an Austrian industrial research project addressing the issue of sustainability-aware automotive design for the Circular Economy.
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GAMES

GAMES will focus on how digitalisation could enable electric shared vehicle fleets to answer mobility needs while also creating new revenue streams by providing flexibility services for the electricity grid and energy communities.
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RADBEST – Cycling guidance in confined road conditions

A transnational consortium led by Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft is investigating in objective safety and the subjective perception of safety and is developing evidence-based recommendations for the future planning of cycling infrastructure at bottlenecks.
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DyMoN – Dynamic Mobility Nudge: Shaping sustainable urban mobility behaviour with real-time, user-generated and public open data

The “DyMoN” project aims to enrich digital nudging methods with relevant data sources to motivate citizens for more sustainable mobility in cities.
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i-Twin – Semantic Integration Patterns for Data-driven Digital Twins in the Manufacturing Industry

i-Twin investigates interoperability concepts for data-driven digital twins in the manufacturing industry. The project propagates an open source middleware for the integration of operational management systems and connected assets based on semantic integration pat-terns. It aims at reducing the integration effort and allowing exchange of master data and operational data in manufacturing networks. The results are validated in a research laboratory set-up and in an industrial asset management scenario.
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ECOSINT – Energy Community System Integration

Consumption of energy within the framework of local energy communities (LECs for short). However, a positive effect on the operation of the energy networks is the top priority.
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CrossChargePoint – Integrated Multi-Energy Storages coupling the power network to the transportation sector

Planning, integration and operation of charging and refuelling infrastructures to supply e-mobility and the integration of charging and refuelling needs into energy management and regional value creation.
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HWS – Platform-based AI System for Human Motion Analysis to optimize Ergonomics of Hybrid Work Systems in Industry

HWS deals with the increasing levels of automation and the use of collaborative robots, making the shop floor a complex socio-technological system whose processes still need to be safe and secure for humans working in these environments. We take a human-centered view on the planning, analyzing and monitoring of industrial work processes.
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SHared automation Operating models for Worldwide adoption

SHOW is the biggest and most holisitic ever real life CCAV (connected cooperative autonomous vehicle) urban demonstration initiative taking place in 20 cities across Europe.
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AlTrOPiC – AI-based Anomaly Diagnosis and Traffic Prediction for Service Orchestration and Placement in Clouds

The AITrOPiC project focus on the research and development of AI-based methods to enable automated provisioning of services and processing resources in cloud-based computing infrastructures.
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TexSense

Smart textiles can protect firefighters from overheating. Or assist in the product development of sporting goods. Our current research helps to maintain well-being and physical and cognitive performance through the use of textile sensors.
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KOMOA – Concept Study for a Mobility Observatory Austria

Mobility data is playing an increasingly important role in the development of strategies and the planning of measures. In KOMOA, a concept study is being developed for the inclusion of different data bases for the comprehensive and timely provision of situation reports on mobility in Austria.
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Jakob Haringer Straße 5/3
5020 Salzburg, Austria