We are specialised in optimising business processes with artificial intelligence in a wide range of industries. We provide customised digital products and develop the associated business models.
Together, we develop your tailor-made digital product in three simple steps:
In a compact workshop, we build up a common and detailed understanding of your use case. We will point out data-driven business models with the aim to increase your profits directly.
The results are:
Data-driven solution approaches for optimising your critical process steps in order to save time and money and to increase quality.
We quantify your gut feeling by intelligently combining and analysing data from different sources through artificial intelligence. Already after this step, you will be able to get answers to questions that nobody could answer before.
The results are:
Decision models and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that you can use immediately.
Your applications run where you want them to run: AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Siemens Mindsphere, your own IT infrastructure, or directly on the edge (e.g. directly on your machines). The finished application can access your existing data sources through open interfaces.
The application is seamlessly integrated into your system environment via efficient interfaces.
We have developed an intelligent algorithm (EDI Dynamic Risk Management) that enables autonomous driving systems to manage various risks on the road as dynamically as experienced and responsible human drivers would. The approach is transferable and we can use it to dynamically assess and solve risks in other areas as well!
The well-being barometer is a solution for seniors who live alone or in an assisted living facility and who still manage their everyday life independently. The well-being barometer detects the current well-being of the senior citizen. Carers and relatives do not have to worry because they are informed immediately of any changes.
Dr Thomas Freudenmann will participate in the FZI Open House with a impulse talk and as a discussion partner in the closing panel.
Dr Thomas Freudenmann presents the Well-Being Barometer.