Experiments overview for the DIHNET’s First Open Call – Part 2

May 20, 2021

Poland’s winners

FindAir is a med-tech company that since 2016 provides telemedicine systems supporting asthma and COPD therapy. The company’s goal is to improve the quality of remote treatment through: telemedicine platforms, web software, mobile apps, medical hardware and artificial intelligence in healthcare. Shortly described as AIMON- AI Asthma Monitoring Documentation System, company’s experiment is a narrow AI system for automating the analysis of patient’s asthma data consisting of smart inhaler, symptom checkers, and smart peak flow meters data.

Transmission Dynamics creates unique access to data by designing specialized sensors and measurement systems that they can introduce to various industrial applications. Also, the company designs specialized telemetry systems to acquire data from the most demanding industrial applications and hard-to-reach environments. The Transmission Dynamics’s experiment consists in further developing their existing SmartStep condition-based monitoring technology to correlate passenger behaviour and provide advanced toolset for behavioural analytics using escalators.

Spectator was founded in 2017 by two data engineers, focused on developing computer vision algorithms and solutions with the use of satellite images. Spectator started as a tool they created to make their jobs easier and give space-based Earth Observation a bit of much needed standard image capture flavour. The founders think it is one of the obstacles holding satellite remote sensing from going more mainstream and through this platform they want to fix that. The experiment is a mobile application for the construction industry, allowing to monitor the progress of building sites with use of AI and near-real-time satellite images.

Techmo was established as a spin-off in cooperation with the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow. They specialise in sound and speech analysis but we are also passionate about the latest technologies used in computer games. Techmo’s solution is an end-to-end system for contactless quality control in manufacturing with defined voice commands set. Company will use Techmo in-house ASR with the ability to train for specific domain wordset on demand. The solution will be time-saving and non-invasive because a contactless interface doesn’t disrupt assembly line workflow.

Bulgaria’s winners

DTK Electronics OOD was established in 1996 in Sofia, Bulgaria. The company specializes in design, production, and services of equipment and components for Telecommunications networks – individual HFC, PON, RFoG, DOCSIS 3.0 and DOCSIS 3.1 solutions. Also, they develop and produce specialized network measurement systems and measurement equipment for maintenance and parameter checking of cable TV networks according to user’s specifications. “Right water-Healthy Life” is the tagline DTK Electronics OOD is using for shortly describing their experiment which aim is to develop an instrument for monitoring body hydration/dehydration with conclusive feedback information to the individual ( and the person in charge in case of caregiving).

Virtech is a research and development company specialising in applications of the advanced information and communication technologies. The company applies the knowledge and experience of international research and development into a wide range of services, consultancy, training and developments. AgeWare is a solution developed by Virtech in cooperation with Sofia Municipality (Sofia Development Association – SDA) and several local and international partners in the frames of the H2020 ACTIVAGE Project. It provides IoT solutions for 24/7 monitoring of elderly people in their daily life at home or in specialized institutions (including – health parameter monitoring), as well as – for caregivers, relatives and other prospective users.

SPESIMA GmbH (Specialized Systems for Automation) is a Bulgarian-German Joint venture. The company was founded in 1989 and its main business activity is the development and implementation of specialized systems for automation of industrial production. In addition, SPESIMA GmbH specializes in mechatronic systems, VPN diagnostics and service, industrial engineering, CAD design and CNC processing. Their idea will enable the creation of innovation using Cloud Based (CB) Digital Twins (DT) with integrated pre-collection of formalized functional rules from empirical knowledge. The CB DT model will allow the simulation of various cases, as well as its continuous improvement and adaptation to various industrial processes, subject to automation for end customers to reconfigure or multiply their existing robotized systems.

IKEM AD is a trading company incorporated on 2011 from legal entities and individuals with expertise, knowledge and experience in the areas of sustainable energy development, electromobility and renewable energy sources. The main activity of IKEM AD is doing business as National operator for charging infrastructure and production, distribution and sale of charging stations for Electric vehicles (EVs), smartgrid and software for managing networks. Company’s solution, the BULCHARGE platform, relies on a cloud based, electric vehicle charging service gateway, called ChargeBroker which unifies operations and enables full standardization across the EV charging landscape. It would allow new and existing charging station operators to employ Back-Office systems of their choice, while also helping data sharing, maintenance and grid load management run smoothly and efficiently.

Czech Republic’s winners

BestTalk is a smart conference tool enabled to reach feedback from the audience in real-time. Also, it is a web-based platform configured for any type of event, providing a simple voting interface for any device. The company’s main goal with this experiment is to develop a new insight Research & Development and business BestTalk Database, as a core information platform. This platform is going to be used for evaluating dissemination performance, research, development and business impact and utilizing meticulously collected feedback metadata from the audience.

InnoConnect was founded in 2016 as a digital innovation start-up company located with branches in Pilsen, Czech Republic and Brussels, Belgium. They work with partners from all over Europe to deliver location intelligence to clients in the fields of smart cities, smart mobility, Internet of Things, open data and geo-data analytics and visualisation. Their experiment, FlowMap, will develop an analytical mobility dashboard for the Pilsen region, empowering users to understand mobility data through IoT and interactive visualisation in map and charts. The solution will allow users to visually analyse big historical floating car data, e.g route analysis (travel times, traffic flow speed, time lost due to traffic) and will innovatively combine traffic flow speed (from connected cars) with traffic intensity (from magnetic loops sensors).

LaserTherm is a technology company combining many years of experience in the field, the necessary know-how from R&D projects and the use of modern technologies, all in order to innovate production processes for various industries. The experiment is focused on the demonstration of a prototype cognitive system in the automatic guidance of robotic systems (7D trajectory) in the tasks of laser hardening, welding, surfacing and cutting. The aim of the experiment is to demonstrate a significant reduction of the preparation time of laser technologies using a cognitive module and thus increase the productivity of currently used robotic systems.

JALUD Embedded is a creative and innovative company offering the development of fast and reliable software applications, including the integration of hardware for all proposed solutions and requests. They are specialized in building 32bit Embedded solutions, specific mobile applications and integrating these solutions. They provide solutions for smart households, industrial, automotive, marine, aviation, medical and healthcare, mobility and entertainment areas. Jalud Embeded’s experimentenables energy efficient sound detecting running on devices with energy efficient and low cost MCUs. With a high success rate of sound event recognition, it offers amazing opportunities to introduce devices of this type into various segments.

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