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Darmstadt, Germany, 11/14/2016
Software AG (Frankfurt TecDAX: SOW) is being represented with two research projects at the National IT Summit in Saarbrücken, Germany. On November 16, 2016, the software company is joining forces with alliance partners Limbic Entertainment and University of Siegen to present “ELISE,” a research project launched back in March, as part of the IT Summit’s Digital Education side conference. ELISE is a project to develop an interactive and emotion-sensitive learning system for developing expertise in the area of business process management.
In building E2.1 on the campus of Saarbrücken University, conference attendees can gain some experience with virtual reality (VR). Equipped with VR goggles, two hand controllers and sensors, they can move around in a virtual space. This demonstrator is one of the first preliminary stages for three-dimensional and multimedia-visualized business processes with the ARIS product family, the market leader in business process design and analysis. In the future, learners will pass through and play through business models (process walkthrough and serious gaming) with the help of a hardware-software system.
IT tour with iPRODICT research project
Software AG is also taking part in the National IT Summit’s presentation on the IT tour “Predictive Analytics—Steel Production 4.0” at Saarstahl AG with the iPRODICT research project. In the iPRODICT project, an interdisciplinary team of scientists and industry experts is working on new processes to analyze the rapidly growing data volumes produced in industrial processes. The objective is to use big data analytics to predict the optimal process and proactively control it. The research partners are developing a prototype together with steel manufacturer Saarstahl, the implementation partner. Learn more.
Presentation on practice-oriented skills training using Software Campus as an example
On the day before the National IT Summit, Dr. Harald Schöning, Vice President Research at Software AG and Steering Committee Chairman of Software Campus, will give a presentation on “Studying and testing—practice-oriented skills training using Software Campus as an example,” effectively presenting the successful Software Campus concept as a link between cutting-edge research and management practice. Business, academia and the German government launched the Software Campus together to promote the development potential of rising talent and educate a new generation of managers with excellent IT backgrounds.
Dr. Harald Schöning: “Studying and testing—practice-oriented skills training using Software Campus as an example,” November 16, 2 PM, Mathematics E2 5 Auditorium Building, Lecture Hall 2, Slot 2
About Software AG
The digital transformation is changing enterprise IT landscapes from inflexible application silos to modern software platform-driven IT architectures which deliver the openness, speed and agility needed to enable the digital real-time enterprise.
Software AG offers the first end-to-end Digital Business Platform, based on open standards, with integration, process management, in-memory data, adaptive application development, real-time analytics and enterprise architecture management as core building blocks. The modular platform allows users to develop the next generation of application systems to build their digital future, today.
With over 45 years of customer-centric innovation, Software AG is ranked as a leader in many innovative and digital technology categories. Software AG has more than 4,300 employees, is active in 70 countries and had revenues of €873 million in 2015.
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