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Databooster Matchmaking Event

The NTN Innovation Booster – Databooster powered by Innosuisse is a community with an open innovation culture, in which key players around data-based value creation work together to develop innovation ideas and explore new business areas and approaches. The Databooster aims to bring together actors of all segments to ideate and develop radical solutions.

In doing so, they give Swiss companies a decisive competitive advantage and create important added value for the Swiss economy and society.

We would very much like to draw your attention to the following event and invite you to participate in the idea submission. 

This event is an opportunity for every one of you: who has a cool project idea and is in need of a partner and/or even a feedback on the idea and also persons who don’t actually share an idea there but are interested in listening to them. This is meant for researchers, startups, SMEs as well as corporations. There are ideas shared and there might be just one that strikes you as the thing to do! 

We invite submissions of ideas related to all aspects of data-based value creation. We especially want to solicit ideas in these focus topics, namely: Industry 4.0, Language-based Human-Machine Interaction, Smart Services and Spatial Data Analytics.

Out of all well-defined presented ideas a jury will award the best 3 innovation teams for funding by 10-20 kCHF to further shape or test your idea.

The Databooster Matchmaking event will take place on the December 2, 2021, 16:00 – 18:00, followed by a networking apéro from 18:00 – 19:00 at Fernfachhochschule Schweiz in Zurich (Gleisarena at Zollstrasse 17)

How to participate?

1. Join us if you want to pitch your idea. You get 5 minutes time to present/pitch your case. After all pitches are done, you get 10 minutes slot for 1-on-1 discussions with persons from the audience who are interested in your idea. You could be talking for 10 mins or for the next hour! And if you are interested in any other pitch, you can also go and speak with them!

2. Join us if you want to hear about all these cool pitches, these ideas. Learn what is going on in the minds of these young companies, researchers and professionals. There is definitely an idea that would appeal to you.

Deadlines:

Those wanting to pitch: send your name and innovation idea (200 words, related category) ASAP. We will not accept entries after Nov 16, 2021.

Those not wanting to pitch, but still participate: register latest by Nov 16, 2021.

Number of participants is limited to a maximum of 40 participants.

Save the date and register to present and follow all idea presentations, matchmake with interested parties for project development, research, and learn about specific funding schemes.

At the venue please follow the FOPH regulations.

If you still have questions, just write to us at databooster@data-innovation.org

Expert Group Meeting – Smart Maintenance

Maik Hadorn, Roche Diagnostics

Addressing customer needs in a smart way – an end-to-end case study for Condition-Based Maintenance of Laboratory Equipment

Ensuring reliability while minimizing downtime of laboratory analyzers is not just a convenience – it is critical to maximizing a lab’s success and upholding the standard of patient care to which labs aspire. Joining forces with Roche Service Representatives allowed the Roche data science team to empirically test and refine algorithms that prevent replacing a crucial part of the instrument when it is not broken. With this unnecessary instrument downtime is minimized because troubleshooting is eased while reliability is ensured. A staggered roll-out of the algorithm will not only allow the users to provide continuous feedback but will also allow for customized communication, training, and organizational change management creating enthusiasm and buy-in of the people.

Program

14:30 Introduction round
14:45 Talk: Condition Based Maintenance of Laboratory Equipment by Maik Hadorn, Roche Diagnostics
15:30 Apéro (subject to COVID restrictions)

The meeting will take place at the following location: ZHAW, Lagerstrasse 41, Zurich, building ZL, room E0.11

Please register to the meeting using the form below. For questions you are welcome to contact us directly at lilach.gorenhuber@zhaw.ch or palm@zhaw.ch.

Looking forward to meeting you,
Lilach Goren Huber and Thomas Palmé

Sichere Technikkommunikation trotz Maschineller Übersetzung?

Einsprachig war gestern! Mittlerweile bedeutet Technikkommunikation auch, in mehreren Sprachen technische Inhalte zu kommunizieren. Die Übersetzung von Bedienungsanleitungen kostet bekanntlich viel Zeit, verursacht hohe Kosten und erfordert viel Abstimmungsbedarf. Zum Glück gibt es Translate & Co! Maschinelle Übersetzung macht das Ganze einfacher, schneller, günstiger – oder doch nicht?

In diesem Event setzen wir uns mit der Frage auseinander, wie maschinelle Übersetzung in der Technikkommunikation eingesetzt werden kann, und beleuchten gemeinsam Chancen und Risiken. Zudem geben wir einen Einblick, wie anwendungsorientierte Projekte in diesem Bereich mithilfe von Innosuisse als Kooperation von Industrie und Forschung umgesetzt werden können.

Weitere Informationen sowie die Anmeldung finden Sie HIER: LinkedIn Seite der ZHAW Angewandte Linguistik.

Service Lunch: “Essen, Lernen, Netzwerken”

Organized by the Smart Services Expert Group.

10X-Service Design Lab
An accelerator for business development

Automotive industry is going through a digital transformation and striving to expand its business models into new mobility solutions. Their core product-driven business is expanding to service-orientated business models which requires a new set of expertise and capabilities. In his talk, Linus examines the possibilities to use service design in business development for human-centered accelerated decision-making by application of digital co-creation.

Please register at: https://ch.xing-events.com/10X-ServiceDesignLab
Online by Microsoft Teams, Participants get an access link after registration.
You can also find all relevant information in the flyer!

Use-Case Talks Series 2021

Are you into artificial intelligence and tech?

Come and join us at TECHNOPARK® Zürich for the next AI Use-Case talk.
AI experts will share insightful use cases. Learn about the technical challenges they faced and their solutions. After the keynotes, we will venture into an in-depth technical discussion.

Keynote 1:
Marc Tesch, CEO from LearnBI will speak about Industry 4.0 and how Predictive Maintenance minimizes expensive downtimes, saves costs and increases product quality.
Keynote “Produktivsetzung von komplexen Predictive Maintenance am Fallbeispiel “Sortieranlage der Schweizer Post”
Language: German

Keynote 2:
Prof. Dr. Kevin Schawinski, CEO & Co-Founder of Modulos AG will talk about Automated Machine Learning.
Keynote “Automated Machine Learning: from cows to galaxies”
Language: English

Keynote 3:
Dr. Mortiz Platscher, Senior Machine Learning Engineer of Acodis AG will talk about vast amounts of technical documents such as manuals, drawings and building plans.
Keynote “Structuring Information in Technical Documents – Challenges and Solutions”
Language: English

On-site spaces are limited. Book your space by contacting the organizer directly at nadine.furrer@aspaara.com.

See also our FLYER for more information!

We look forward to seeing you at the Use-Case Talk Series 2021!
Nadine Furrer and the Aspaara Team

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