Active Projects

Akfa – Active operational optimization for vehicle fleets

Akfa – Active operational optimization for vehicle fleets The project Aktive Betriebsoptimierung für Fahrzeugflotten aims to reduce costs and risks of various larger logistics and fleet companies in Austria. Among other things, many body damages are caused by reversing too fast, as well as increase in wear on the engine and drive train. Furthermore, the tire wear, as well as the fuel consumption of the fleet overall is also above average. A system is to be researched and developed which enables a fleet operator to continuously adjust and adapt individual driving profiles. Specially installed electronics continuously measure and/or read data from the vehicle, which is dynamically evaluated to calculate a driving profile that actively modifies the vehicle's performance in such a way that environmentally friendly, cost-saving driving is achieved.
Runtime: 01.11.2019 - 31.11.2021
Partners: STEINBAUER Performance Austria GmbH
Funding: Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) - General Programme

ARRR – Augmented Reality Room Recognition

ARRR – Augmented Reality Room Recognition The research project ARRR is concerned with automated room and floor recognition in the context of Indoor Augmented Reality applications. This should enable a user to move around in a building with an appropriate device (e.g. Microsoft HoloLens) and find augmented content in the respective rooms. The virtual content is placed beforehand on the basis of a room plan using an additional device (such as a tablet).
Runtime: 01.02.2020 - 31.09.2020
Partners: Realsim

EDEN – Emergency Detection for Elevator Networks

EDEN – Emergency Detection for Elevator Networks The aim of the EDEN project is to use sensors and cameras to automatically detect emergencies in elevators, evaluate them in order to put them into context and take appropriate action. Based on the identified context, the system decides which persons need to be informed and which next steps should be done. For example, emergencies in private homes must be treated differently than those in public institutions or in security-related buildings such as airports. The planned developments should create a safe environment, as well as to help people with fears of elevators.
Runtime: 01.04.2018 - 31.03.2020
Partners: VIEW Promotion GmbH
Funding: Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) - General Programme

i2f – Interface2Face Mixreality Game

i2f – Interface2Face Mixreality Game In this project, classical boardgames are extended using mixed reality technologies, allowing multiple players to interact with real and virtual elements simultaneously. Different boardgame components, like dice, the board and figures are improved with AR-technology, communication sensors and software to provide a unique, surprising and thrilling game for up to 4 different players. Said technology also allows further improvements later on during development. In this project, the requirements for such a system are evaluated, a conecpt is designed and a prototyp for testing the system is developed.
Runtime: 01.11.2017 - 29.02.2020
Partners: rudy games GmbH
Funding: Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) - General Programme

Kimiku – AI-based Modelling and Interactive Visualization of Customer Loyalty Factors for SMB

Kimiku – AI-based Modelling and Interactive Visualization of Customer Loyalty Factors for SMB The goal of the KIMIKU project is to enhance the customer loyalty system developed by the project partner hello again through the use of AI-supported modeling, data analysis and evaluation in such a way that vouchers and other special offers, as well as reminders, can be automatically generated and individually tailored to each end user. A special focus is to combine anonymized user data collected in different companies in order to achieve even more reliable analysis results. Results of the data processing steps and suggestions of the AI system are to be graphically prepared and made available via a web-based dashboard in an easily understandable manner.
Runtime: 01.03.2019 - 31.08.2021
Partners: hello again GmbH
Funding: Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) - General Programme

MSBPMN – Modell- und Standardbasierte Prozesssimulation in der Medizin

MSBPMN – Modell- und Standardbasierte Prozesssimulation in der Medizin In the project MSBPMN a standards-based model transformation between BPMN 2.0 and HL7 FHIR has to be developed. The goal is to define clinical guidelines and treatment plans in BPMN and to automatically generate FHIR resources, which are then used in the IT systems for process control and documentation. The description and implementation of the model transformation itself shall become part of the HL7 standard and is therefore internationally coordinated. This project will make a significant contribution to the digitalization (of processes) of evidence-based medicine.
Runtime: 01.01.2020 - 31.12.2020
Partners: CGM (CompuGroup Medical) Clinical
Funding: TIMed Center Activity, Innovative Upper Austria 2020


Progast+ The aim of this research project is to realize the technological basis for the application development of a digital voucher booklet as a prototype. Since no hard change from the physical voucher book to the application can/should be carried out, a parallel operation of several years is to be aimed at. The first development stage, which is addressed in the context of this project, aims at the prototypical implementation of a voucher partner search function (oriented towards customer profile, behaviour and promotion of companies). The physically printed partner companies are displayed via a user-specific search and filter function.
Runtime: 01.12.2019 - 31.05.2020
Partners: Progast+
Funding: Easy2Research

REPO – Radiology E-health PlatfOrm

REPO – Radiology E-health PlatfOrm Goal of this project is the development of a radiology system over all facilites using the austrian e-health-infrastructure. The radiology workflow, which was identified in a previous project (WIRE), should be extended by collaborative elements. Starting from the diagnosis via dictation up to the feedback-mechanism at the end of the radiology workflow, e-health-applications for improving the process and quality are planned. With this, the collaboration of radiologist, as well as other relevant healthcare facilites, should be improved.
Runtime: 01.06.2017 - 30.09.2020
Partners: CAS - Computer Anwendungs Systeme GmbH
Funding: Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) - General Programme


TrueSize The project TrueSize aims the goal of body measurement with mobile devices. For example, videos of people are created using smartphones and, as a result, three-dimensional information is extracted. The 3D models created in this way can subsequently be used, for example, to improve clothing sizes, which are currently only updated very sporadically and, moreover, are not standardized. Through this development, users (producers, distributors, ...) would have access to up-to-date measurement tables, could monitor and respond to global changes.
Runtime: 01.05.2019 - 31.07.2021
Partners: TrueSize
Funding: Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) - General Programme


Voigas Apro Kassensysteme GmbH is a company in the field of gastronomy that, in addition to classic POS systems for the catering industry, also provides apps and digital solutions for restaurant businesses. The app already depicts restaurant processes, or supports and supplements them. For example, an app order will be placed in the restaurant e.g. to the bar (with drinks) or to the kitchen (with food) led. In cooperation with RG AIST, Apro POS Systems now wants to expand the existing app solution by adding intelligent suggestion possibilities. This suggestion system should be usable for both the restaurateur and the restaurant customer. Both customer groups - restaurateurs and guest user data are to be collected and processed using techniques and algorithms from the field of data analytics. The user data should therefore result in behavioral profiles.
Runtime: 01.01.2019 - 31.12.2021
Partners: Apro Kassensysteme GmbH
Funding: Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) - General Programme

Completed Projects





PASS – Plan Analysis using Self-learning Solutions






Smart Shower

Twitch Extensions

Combined Card Game

Drive for Knowledge





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