Max Disselnmeyer, M.Sc.
|XIRCON - eXtended Intelligence for Rapid Cognitive Reconfiguration
|AITT - AI-assisted Technology Transfer
|Intelligente Wertschöpfungsnetzwerke für Leichtbaufahrzeuge geringer Stückzahl (IntWertL)
|AIBetOn3D: KI-assistierter 3D-Druck für Baustoffe
Dr. Ing. Polina Häfner
|Ongoing projects at the FZI
3DConFu: 3D reconstruction of rooms and intelligent configuration of furniture
Development of an adaptable set of tools for strategic product planning
Capability Appraisal and Requirements evaluation for Configuration Management is a project aiming at developing an appraisal framework for evaluating the Configuration Management Maturity of German Industry.
China European Network on the Net
|Completed projects at FZI
Decision support advisor for innovative business models and user engagement for smart energy efficient disctircs
Development of an inteRActive EnGineering Portal for Open Networks
DRIMPAC - Unified DR interoperability framework enabling market participation of active energy consumers
Buildings constitute a vast, yet currently untapped, source of energy demand flexibility that can provide invaluable services to the energy system. This flexibility currently remains unattainable due to the lack of a technological framework that can connect the multitude of buildings and building systems with the energy system in a cost-effective manner as well as the reluctance of energy consumers to enroll in demand response programs.
DRIMPAC offers a comprehensive solution to empower consumer to become active participants in the energy markets. It comprises three main pillars:
The DRIMPAC technological framework and business models will be validated by four retailers supplying three energy carriers – electricity, natural gas and district heating – in four different national markets across the EU - France, Cyprus, Germany and Spain. Pilot demonstrations will take place in a range of building types, including residential, office, educational and others, in order to validate the DRIMPAC benefits across most building typologies.
DigiFab - Digitale Fabrik für den Mittelstand
For the project "DriveSim", IMI team develops a novel intelligent driving simulator that is tailored to the needs of the Chinese driving school students using technology like virtual reality and artificial intelliegence to create experience closest to reality.
EVEIL 3D – Learning Languages in 3D virtual environments
|I4TP - Deutsch-Chinesische Industrie 4.0 Fabrikautomatisierungsplattform
Deutsch-Chinesische Industrie 4.0 Fabrikautomatisierungsplattform
Information logistics for the Internet-based process interaction in cross-sector cooperations
Klassifikationssysteme automatisiert erstellen
KinKon - a system for the real-time reconstruction of extended and bounded 3D environments.
Knowledge-based energy management for public buildings through holistic information modeling and 3D visualization
An Internet-based Collaborative Platform for Managing Manufacturing Knowledge
Knowledge Based Customized Services for Traditional Manufacturing Sectors Provided by a Network of High Tech SME
Flexible assembly processes for the Car of the Third Millennium
|New ways to product development
SFB 346 "Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing of Components"
Semantic Web for Information Modelling in Energy Efficient Buildings
Construction of a simulation model for the qualification of the new vibration method for decontamination of pipelines
|TFB 48 Projectpart G1
VIEW-BW - Visualisierung der Energiewende in Baden-Württemberg
|VR Driving Simulator // MINT BOX
|Experiencing Physical and Technical Phenomena in Schools Using Virtual Reality Driving Simulator
Flexible Change Management for the Factory of the Future
"Multidimensional Service Prototyping" and development of tecniques and tecnologies for "Rapid-Service-Prototyping"
Integrated and interdisciplinary product and process model in the early phase of product development. Development of a data model for a collaborative knowledge-based product program, product portfolio and project management under aspects of frontloading