OFFIS is structured within the three Research and Development Divisions – energy, health, and transportation.
In the following, we would like to introduce our four actual technology clusters that concentrate our technological knowledge across the divisions of energy, health, and transportation. The technology clusters serve as an incubator for new innovative developments in attractive
application domains and secure our know-how head start.
This technology cluster engages itself with the dependability of systems or products, whose functions are realized through embedded systems. More
Due to constant increasing requirements on future electronic products, the integration of always more functionality puts us in front of greater challenges. More
Novel applications, as they emerge from mobile, ambient, or ubiquitous technologies, require intelligent operational concepts. This technology cluster develops user-centered and situation- aware methods, which make the interaction between human and machines easier and safer. More
This technology cluster encompasses all methodological, conceptual, technical, and organizational methodologies and procedures for the handling of generally large and heterogeneous databases with the objective to extract information and new knowledge from the data. More
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