Whether it’s artificial intelligence, augmented reality, or security: These are key topics that researchers from Lower Saxony are addressing. Germany’s second largest state will showcase its research projects on future scenarios for digitization in Hall 16 at CEBIT.
An exciting smart phone application: With the ProtectMii app from the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, an emergency call can be sent to selected contacts via an intelligent tracking procedure. The University of Göttingen is using the increasing popularity of 360-degree-view cameras as an opportunity to improve processing large amounts of video data. Another interesting project that will be presented by Hannover Medical School is research into hearing aids that can be controlled with the mind.
Going interactive: CEBIT visitors can experience the possibilities of machine learning with learning modules and games. The University of Hannover is dedicating itself to the trend Applied Machine Learning. This concept enables analysis of large amounts of data and efficient resolution of complex tasks.
The Jade University of Applied Sciences in Wilhelmshaven is showcasing all processes of a smart grid infrastructure with the help of augmented reality – using the example of a wind farm. Hochschule Hannover has designed an app for profitability and energy efficiency in your own home. The smartphone application Scheck 365 operates smart home technology and improves energy efficiency. Or do you have questions regarding security at your company? At CEBIT, the Niedersächsischen Ministerium für Inneres und Sport provides cybersecurity consultation for small and medium-sized enterprises.
The German National Library of Science and Technology, the Braunschweig University of Technology, and the OFFIS – Institute for Information Technology (Oldenburger OFFIS – Institut für Informatik) are addressing how big data and cloud solutions can improve quality of life for sick people.