prenode and TRUMPF Win the "SCALE!" Category of 2023 Microsoft Intelligent Manufacturing Award (MIMA)
May 19, 2023
Collaborative Brilliance: prenode and TRUMPF won at MIMA!
We are delighted to share the thrilling news that prenode , in collaboration with TRUMPF, has emerged victorious in the "SCALE!" category of Microsoft and Roland Berger's Microsoft Intelligent Manufacturing Award (MIMA). This remarkable achievement in Remote Operations for Equipment as a Service highlights our unwavering dedication to innovation and industry leadership in the field of intelligent manufacturing. We proudly competed alongside exceptional participants from across EMEA, making this award even more significant.
Smart digital solutions like those used by our winners will help to increase the potential for seamless interaction in the future. - Jochen Gleisberg, Senior Partner at Roland Berger Co-Head Operations
Remote Operations for Equipment-as-a-Service
prenode, in partnership with TRUMPF Werkzeugmaschinen SE & Co. KG, has unveiled an innovative technology that empowers live monitoring and remote troubleshooting for Equipment-as-a-Service (EaaS) in the sheet metal industry. This innovative solution stands out by offering a unique combination of live monitoring and remote access capabilities for swift troubleshooting by operators. By eliminating real-time conflicts and providing insights into production costs and profitability, this technology benefits companies in the sheet metal sector and holds significant relevance for other industries.
Video: Microsoft Intelligent Manufacturing Award 2023 | Meet the winners
prenode continues to shine in the German AI Startup Landscape for the third consecutive year
We proudly announce that it has again secured a spot in The German AI Startup Landscape for the third time. This recognition places prenode as one of the 508 most promising AI startups in Germany for the current year.
Academic Activities at KIT 2021: Lectures on Digital Services and Artificial Intelligence
prenode is actively involved in academic lectures at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). Among others, prenode co-CEOs Robin Hirt and Ronny Schüritzare contributing know-how and practical insights to lectures at the Institute of Information Systems and Marketing (IISM) and the Karlsruhe Service Research Institute (KSRI).
With the support of prenode, manufacturing companies can use services based on artificial intelligence (AI) without compromising data protection. Thus predictive maintenance, automatic anomaly detection, or automatic quality control become feasible.
Winner of AI Competition BW: Predictive Maintenance for WEISSER Precision Turning Machines
We are proud to announce that our proposal was accepted as part of the innovation contest by the Ministry of Economics BW. Together with WEISSER Group and theHahn-Schickard Gesellschaft, we are developing a predictive maintenance solution for WEISSER precision turning machines.
Publication at HICSS 2021: Hirt et al. on Sequential Transfer Learning in Networks
In the recently published Proceedings of the 54th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), prenode’s co-CEO Robin Hirt explored the possibilities of reusing neural nets on distributed data sets. In this domain there is the issue is that the re-use of machine learning models has a large potential but not every transfer is successful. Therefore, indicators can help to estimate the transferability of neural nets.
Master’s Thesis at KSRI and KIT: Techniques for Overcoming Data Abundance0
In his master’s thesis with the Karlsruhe Service Research Institute (KSRI), prenode team member Michael Jahns explores techniques for overcoming data abundance. He researches how companies can implement machine learning for use with small and sensitive data sets.
Institute Cooperation: Research Projects with Critical Information Infrastructures Group
prenode values innovation: we believe that new approaches and technologies explored in academia enable new opportunities in the field of AI and machine learning. For an active exchange of current trends and discoveries, academic cooperation plays an important role.
prenode as Research Advisor: Activities in Advisory Councils of Cross-Domain Projects
prenode actively contributes know-how on machine learning and AI development in various research projects. Through our position on the advisory boards of twocollaborative projects, we can exchange cross-domain knowledge. This enables us to provide expertise on tech topics and learn about the needs and requirementsof the involved partners.
StartUpSecure Initiative: Research Project Supporting the National IT-Strategy
prenode is proud to be among the selected projects of the StartUpSecure program. The initiative aims to support research teams that focus on cyber security topics. StartUpSecure was launched as part of the national IT security strategy and is led by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
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