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Marcus Goerke About “AI in mechanical and plant Engineering”

by Julia Hendriks on 8. July 2019 No comments

Marcus Goerke, Co-founder and Board Member at NEXT Data Service, gave a presentation at the symposium “Digitalization and Startups” on the topic “AI in mechanical and plant engineering, lessons learned from practice”. After the presentations, a practical example was used to explain the advantages of cooperation between machine builders and start ups.

Julia HendriksMarcus Goerke About “AI in mechanical and plant Engineering”

Study: “Use of Artificial Intelligence in manufacturing companies in Germany”

by Julia Hendriks on 2. July 2019 No comments

Artificial intelligence is leading to a paradigm shift in our economy. Together with UNITY and Munich Business School, we are currently conducting a study on the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in manufacturing companies in Germany. Our AI Lena will guide you through the survey, which will be evaluated in September, within 5 minutes. In appreciation for your participation, you will receive exclusive access to the results in return. We are looking forward to your participation! Join now!

Julia HendriksStudy: “Use of Artificial Intelligence in manufacturing companies in Germany”

NEXT is a new member of the FIWARE Foundation

by Julia Hendriks on 3. May 2019 No comments

Next Data Service is now a member of the FIWARE Foundation – an open source platform for digital smart City solutions. As a Gold Member, we are pleased to participater in the industrialization of the open source framework. The photo shows Ulrich Ahle, CEO of FIWARE and Marcus Goerke, Member of the Executive Board & Co-founder of NEXT at the signing of the contract. Read more about the FIWARE Foundation.

Julia HendriksNEXT is a new member of the FIWARE Foundation

Increasing efficiency and improving quality with artificial intelligence in OR planning

by Julia Hendriks on 15. February 2019 No comments

Establishing artificial intelligence (AI) in OR planning makes a significant contribution to making one of the most important areas in hospitals more transparent, plannable and thus more controllable than it is today. Albased “Smart OR-Planning” enables OR management to control OR processes in real time. Automated suggestions for the scheduling of surgical interventions offer a current and binding schedule in which slots for emergencies are already taken into account based on empirical values. The time saved by eliminating manual organization and coordination can be used for strategic activities such as personnel development or research and teaching. Optimized and systemically controlled time and resource planning also has a positive effect on working conditions across occupational groups.

In their article “OP-Management und KI” that was published in the journal KU Gesundheitsmanagement (2/2019), Dr. Sebastian Busse, Svena Skrzipale and René Störmer explain how artificial intelligence can help in hospitals and what has to be considered when introducing AI.

Julia HendriksIncreasing efficiency and improving quality with artificial intelligence in OR planning