Successful trade fair participation

SCCH @ Hanover Industrial Fair 2018

The Hannover Messe Industrie (HMI) has developed into a global hotspot and international venue for the digital transformation of industry. Under the motto "Integrated Industry - Connect & Collaborate", the trade fair introduces the next generation of Industry 4.0. Topics such as the networking of industrial IT and automation, artificial intelligence, human-machine interaction, predictive maintenance, security and standards are in the focus.

SCCH presents software solutions in the area of Industry 4.0 based on Artificial Intelligence methods. These include the following topics:

Predictive maintenance - early detection of machine malfunctions

With the Predictive Analytics Message Board, SCCH presents its methods for implementing predictive analytics and predictive maintenance. The use of data mining and machine learning methods enables efficient fault forecasting models and allows predictive maintenance strategies. The key here is the combination of expert knowledge and data-based fault forecasting models. The application spectrum of these methods ranges from the process industry & production, through energy management, to the manufacture and maintenance of machines and plants.

Behavioral Analytics - From material analysis to the human factor  

The interpretation of motion data represents a particular challenge - both for random movements of nanoparticles and human motion patterns. Similar to our language, behaviour patterns and "grammar" are also underlying. This grammar can be extracted by methods of artificial intelligence (especially deep learning). This makes it possible to characterize or predict behaviors. SCCH demonstrates the characterization of material properties using the nanoparticle tracking analyzer of the research partner Particle Metrix GmbH.

UAR Innovation Network Booth - Hall 2, Booth 44

The UAR Innovation Network stands for a network of top-class non-university research institutions related to Upper Austria.

Printed drinks were served as an entertaining highlight. PRINT A DRINK is the world's first 3D printing process for beverages developed in Upper Austria.