Software. Science. No Fiction.
We offer cutting-edge data analysis and the development of AI applications in cooperation with our partner, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI).
Thanks to our years of experience in AI research, we are experts in multi-disciplinary research transfer as well as in the development of applications to support and facilitate research projects.
We develop high-quality applications for mobile platforms as well as for desktop platforms and the web. Using wearables and augmented reality (AR) applications, we are connecting the digital world even more intuitively with the physical world.
We develop strong and reliable backend services as distributed systems based on micro-service architectures as well as intelligent interfaces which connect your digital processes.
CASE – The Intelligent Study System
Asking questions gets easier with our smart study system CASE. Its core is a highly flexible Study Engine which allows to conduct complex studies based on the highest scientific and data protection standards. CASE is used to implement time- and resource-efficient platforms for participatory data collections. Our modern AI components assist with survey and study design. Participants receive dynamic personalized questions and thus remain motivated longer to participate in studies.
Answers to thousands of questions being asked with the help of CASE are already getting scientifically published.Learn More
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The EU-funded EpiPose project investigates COVID-19’s impact on society and health services in the EU including an estimate of its economic impact. The participatory data collection system used within the project has been developed by our team.https://www.uhasselt.be/epipose
InfluenzaNet 2.0 is a modernized version of InfluenzaNet, an online participatory monitoring system with the purpose of providing valuable information for researchers as well as ordinary citizens. It is currently active in over 12 European countries. It brings major benefits to the research and detection of influenza-like-illnesses (ILI) and recently additionally of diseases like COVID-19.http://www.influenzanet.info
Our team supported projects within the Wear Sustain Knowledge Platform. The goal of the Wear Sustain Platform was to create a network of artists, designers, and engineers to develop best practice solutions in the field of wearable technologies across Europe.https://www.wearsustain.eu
The project, which is funded by the BMBF and started in 2021, is researching the use of AI assistance for lathe operators in order to optimize metal-cutting production.
This is just a small selection of our projects and partners.
Contact us if you are interested in learning more or working with us.