All projects (chronologically): IKT der Zukunft (FFG)

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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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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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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OpenheaRTEd

The objective of this project is to study the application of software-defined networking (SDN) approaches to real-time Ethernet (RTE) networks. more

BIB4SGRID – Business Models including Batteries for Smart Grids

Renewable energy sources like solar and wind are naturally very volatile as they depend on the time of day or weather. This provides major challenges for power supply companies. more

IoT4Industry – Secure, Privacy-preserving Agents for the Industrial Internet

In order to benefit from the emerging Industrial Internet, manufacturing companies will have to adapt their current automation infrastructure. more

OFSE_Grid – Open Flow Secure Grid

The potential of Open Flow for becoming a next generation Smart Grid communication infrastructure will be explored. Both the energy domain and the classical IP networking get their own router stack sharing the physical and L2-VPN layer. The project analyses the relevance of the scientific open questions, evaluates the modelling methods and performs validations with a rapid prototype. more


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