Data Analysis Systems

DAS develops methods for automatic analysis of data (sensor data...) for the purpose of knowledge discovery, model refinement and optimization. The spectrum of applications encompasses process data analysis, process optimization, fault detection and diagnosis, virtual sensors, fault prediction and optimal control systems in the process industry and production, in machine manufacture and maintenance and in energy management.

News

International Conference on Learning Representations

Joint paper presented

The Data Analysis Systems (DAS) group and the FLLL of the Johannes Kepler University Linz cooperate in the field of  dissertations. The paper on Machine Learing/Deep Learning, which was presented at the ICLR 2017, originates from this cooperation.

Machine learning - the entrance!

Data are the raw material of the 21st century

Google, Facebook, Netflix or Amazon are already relying on machine learning. These technologies can also be used in a broad range of industrial environments - but companies are reluctant to do so. It is important not to lose any time, as a look at the state of the art reveals. The SCCH experts and a COMET partner in the current issue of "Computer & Automation" explain what is important.

Data analysis for autonomous driving

Event review

The second event of the event series for IT experts at Softwarepark Hagenberg on "Automotive Computing" was a complete success! On June 22, 2017, around 60 industry experts took the opportunity to address the question: "What are the opportunities for data analysis in the automotive sector?"

Boost for Upper Austria

Targeted research funding

In order to boost the digital transformation in Upper Austria, the government is encouraging 14 innovative research projects in the field of digitization with a total funding volume of EUR 5.68 million. The Software Competence Center Hagenberg is involved in two projects.

Secrets of Successful Digital Transformation

Event Tip

On April 25, Dr. Bernhard Freudenthaler will speak at the IDC Digital Business Forum 2017 in Vienna. The IDC Digital Forum Events Series 2017 is a platform for information exchange and networking for CxOs and LoB executives of leading local companies.

Symposium Big Data

From BIG to SMART

More and more data enables more and more possibilities, but without a strategy you will be lost in the flood of data. It's not about the data itself, but about what you make of them. How to achieve business success and gain a strategic advantage by systematically evaluating your data. Dr. Bernhard Freudenthaler speaks about Smart Data Analytics at the BIG DATA 2017.

Maintenance Days 2017

Hot Topic Predictive Maintenance

IH4.0 is the name of the (r-)evolution in the field of maintenance. The new developments, especially in the field of technologies, offer countless opportunities and potentials that need to be exploited. Dr. Bernhard Freudenthaler presents current research results on predictive maintenance and predictive analytics. Visit the maintenance days 2017 (04-06 April, Klagenfurt).

For DAS team

New researcher

Since September 1st, Dr. Florian Sobieczky reinforced the Data Analysis Systems team. He studied mathematics and physics. He focuses his research on the topic Predictive Modeling.

 

SCCH presented Predictive Analytics

Finding the "Early Warning Point"

The Automotive Cluster Upper Austria organized the Innovation Workshop at MAGNA in Graz. The experts from the research focus Data Analysis Systems (DAS) showed how  predictive maintenance works and how the "Early Warning Point" can be found.

Success Factor Data Analysis

Learn more about Big Data

In modern enterprises a mass of data is available in many formats and qualities. An automated analysis of this data promises an increase of knowledge and thus the opportunity to optimize different systems.

Software for Disaster Management

Awarded with the E-Award

Host, Mr. Dirk Lukaschik, CEO of T-Systems, presented the winners of the E-Award 2016. The submitted projects impressively  showed the importance of digitization and how it affects all economic and living areas. This circumstance effects many companies, but also the entire society", says Lukaschik. "In order to line up for the digital transformation, IT organizations need completely new skills,  technologies and management approaches.

Maintenance Days 2016

SCCH presents Predictive Maintenance

The MAINTENANCE DAYS are a popular meeting place for experts and practitioners from the maintenance industry. Networking, exchange of experience and knowledge are the focal point. SCCH was also represented with a booth.

Round Table: Information Efficiency

BI in the Area of Conflict between Data Technology and Business

1st Roundtable in Linz on 12 October 2015. The TDWI Roundtable offers interested parties a neutral, manufacturer-independent and advertising-free platform in which thoughts and ideas in the data warehouse and BI environment are presented and discussed and in which professionals can get to know each other.

Tackling the Software Crisis

Research Success in Advanced Computing

Following on from the highly successful EU ParaPhrase project, the University of St Andrews has obtained substantial further funding from the Europeon Union under the Horizon 2020 programme to study advanced computing. The 3.5M Euro RePhrase project is coordinated by Professor Kevin Hammond of the University of St Andrews, and brings together 8 leading academic and industry partners from the UK, Austria, Italy, Spain, Hungary and Israel.  It aims to tackle one of the most pressing problems in computer science: how to produce effective software for emerging "parallel" computer platforms, that promise significantly increased performance at significantly reduced cost and energy usage. 

SCCH presents INDYCO

At the Innovation day in Berlin

At the 22nd Innovation Day of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy in Berlin-Pankow on 11 June, more than 300 companies and research institutions from all over Germany presented a selection of new products, processes and services. The development  was mainly supported by subsidies from the Central Innovation Programme Mittelstand (ZIM) or which were developed using research results of the industrial joint research projects and non-profit industry research institutions in East Germany, which are also supported by the BMWI.

SMEs and Big Data

Within the framework of Bits of Tomorrow

For small and medium enterprises, the question arises, how much effort they can drive sensibly to systematically develop their data. To evaluate them  and to make them productive in the sense of the company. The questions are many and varied: What is Big Data for small and medium-sized businesses? Which areas of application have already proved, that could be developed? Where are the problems and where are the solutions?

New project: RePhrase

Refactoring Parallel Heterogeneous Applications

The RePhrase project aims to produce new software engineering tools, techniques and methodologies for developing data-intensive applications in C++, targeting heterogeneous multicore/manycore systems that combine CPUs and GPUs into a coherent parallel platform.

Advanced computing research boosts productivity and performance

Project ParaPhrase

A world-leading team of academic researchers and industrial experts from across Europe are celebrating the conclusion of a four year research collaboration tackling the challenges posed by the fastest and most powerful computing systems on the planet.The € 4.2M ParaPhrase project brought together academic and industrial experts from across Europe to improve the programmability and performance of modern parallel computing technologies.

Project INDYCO

Successfully completed

On March 31, 2015 the research project INDYCO (Integrated Dynamic Decision Support System Component for Disaster Management Systems) was successfully completed after two and a half years of project duration. INDYCO was funded by Austria (FFG) and Germany (AiF) in the transnational EraSME funding programme with a budget of about 1.5 million €.

New Board Member

Digital Networked Data

The turn of the year brought changes to the Digital Networked Data Management Board. Dr. Bernhard Freudenthaler has been a new member of the DnD Board since January 2015.