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The moduLAAr project is Austria’s first test region and demonstrates the positive effect of AAL technology on the quality of life of elderly people. Tests were carried out in fifty flats in Burgenland.
Machines learn from Production Data. Quality control is a crucial factor in multi-stage production processes. Adaptive data analysis recognizes problems and provides a competitive advantage.
This new generation of robots assists with assembly and inspection, carrying out new tasks with ease.
Smart Grids become sustainable. Integrating the growing amount of renewable energy into the electrical grid requires an open and interoperable solution like OpenNES.
PLAN-E - Integrating electric energy demand of machine tool processes as resource for production planning software
Energy as an Important Production Factor. Consideration of energy demand and energy costs in the planning phase of production enables optimized resource and cost management.
Knowledge and data-based approaches improve fault prognosis models to enable the development of anticipative maintenance strategies, thereby optimizing operational availability and resource efficiency of manufacturing processes.
Localization of UHF RFID-Tags. With billions of deployed units, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags dominate the item identification market. A novel method now allows determining the position of these low priced tags as well.
The project implements integrated Ambient Assisted Living (AAL)-solutions in one hundred test households in Styria, mostly in urban regions, and evaluates their effectiveness scientifically.
The project RelaxedCare developed a solution which not only increases the wellbeing of elderly people, but also reduces the burden and stress on relatives.
Millions of tiny microchips are used in door openers, ticketing and payment systems. A new approach allows to significantly increase the security of these chips, without substantially changing the cost of manufacturing.
Electronic components and systems are key drivers for economic growth in Europe. The European ECSEL (Electronic Components and Systems for European Leadership) project SemI40 explores smart production processes involving 37 partners from 5 countries.
The senTOUR project offers a tourist service adapted to the needs of elderly people. They can explore the Gesäuse National Park using a web-based information portal and a mobile app.
Efficient Safety Planning. Planning safety-critical infrastructure error-free is a complex challenge. A new tool makes this possible - tested in the railway domain.
Self-learning software aims to shorten the manufacturing time on mechanical engineering and creates cost advantages for customers.
The project tests an integrated Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) system to support the quality of life and independence of older people in everyday life in one hundred households in Klagenfurt, Villach and Ferlach.
Simulated vehicles improve real traffic’s safety.
Mastering the Information Overload. Processing complex data is essential for quality in data-driven journalism. This research project combines data and visual analytics, with a focus on journalistic needs.
The project WAALTeR (Wiener AAL TestRegion) combines existing prototypes and solutions to build an integrated AAL system solution which is tested and evaluated in 83 households in Vienna.
The European AAL project wellbeing tackles the issue of health in the workplace: the online platform gives feedback on unhealthy behaviour and provides nutrition advice and stress management.
The project WEST-AAL (AAL Test Region Western Austria) tests individual bundled solutions for elderly people living in different housing and care situations in Tyrol and Vorarlberg.