FZI Living Lab Industrial Intelligence

Projects and Partners in the FZI Living Lab Industrial Intelligence

  • SEC-BIKE: The Smart Electric City Bike is a prime example of the class of low-risk mobility platforms. The bike is equipped with the latest AI hardware and sensor technology and can be moved in public transport without special permission due to its design.
  • CAMiROB: The project CAMiROB pursues the goal of developing a CAM-integrated control system for robotics-operated processing cells that is suitable for SMEs. The use of a virtual factory and the optimisation of process parameters with the help of machine learning are a main focus of the FZI.
  • CLOU: The aim of the research project is to test a continuous closed-loop engineering process chain for the digital factory together with the company CONTACT Software. The digital factory is linked to the real world by a digital twin.
  • DAM4KMU: The aim of this project is to develop methods and concepts to make requirements management more efficient and process-integrated with the aim of a web-based digital assistance system also for SMEs.
  • ELBA4KMU: Today, there is a lack of suitable solutions for the increased utilisation of adaptability in tool and mould making. The aim of the project is therefore to couple systems of planning and order processing as well as equipment management systems, which are currently not yet available in discrete manufacturing in SMEs.
  • FURNeCorp: The objective is to strengthen the eBusiness competence of SMEs in the furniture industry and to enable optimised handling of customer-related internal and inter-company eBusiness processes through the use of eStandards. The project is part of the funding initiative "eStandards", which is supported by the BMWi within the framework of the funding focus "Mittelstand-Digital".
  • Open HoLL: The project Open HoLL follows a unique approach: It combines the idea of Open Innovation, i.e. the innovation-promoting transfer of knowledge between companies, with the real and virtual research environment of the FZI House of Living Labs (HoLL). Open HoLL bundles existing competencies of HoLL partner companies and other research institutions centrally in order to facilitate the transfer of knowledge and technology among all actors involved.
  • SEAMLESS: The aim of the project is to develop and test innovative services and business models that emerge from the consistent networking of the entire value chain. The focus is on flexible and scalable assistance systems based on augmented and virtual reality. This enables companies to generate new smart services in order to ensure a sustainable competitive advantage.
  • Sensorium 4.0: The aim of the research project is to develop a universally applicable modular positioning and interaction system to support virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) based applications and to allow high demands on latency, precision and reliability while making the overall system economical at the same time.
  • SkillPro: In the EU project SkillPro, we develop methods and systems to investigate and increase the adaptability of cyber-physical systems in partly automated production systems.
  • ViEW-BW: Within the framework of this project, a new component for the Energy Atlas of the Baden-Württemberg State Institute for the Environment, Survey and Nature Conservation is to be created, which graphically illustrates the interrelationships of energy system components with each other and with the environment at different levels - from the federal state of Baden-Württemberg to properties and buildings up to devices.