One of the largest software projects involves the changes in the energy market, with digital transformation in this sector playing a critical role.
The Energy Strategy 2050 as well as other profound changes in the energy environment, such as the rise of electric mobility, use of renewable energies and prosumer systems as well as decentralisation, necessitate the conversion of the energy system.
Digitalisation is an important trailblazer
Technologies for intelligent combination of power generation and power consumption are well advanced under headings such as «smart meter» or «smart grids». The next step is to network these technologies and enable a real-time response or autonomous control. Continuous data processing provides the basis for solving complex problems instantaneously.
Thanks to our longstanding expertise in the control and networking of devices, the Internet of Things (IoT) combined with big data as well as digital platform development we help energy suppliers and manufacturers in plant and system construction for energy management to refocus their digital strategy.
More efficient testing with tool-based automation
Certainty in power supply: Switchgear installations must fulfil the strictest requirements. The software components developed by bbv resulted in significantly increased testing efficiency at ABB thanks to automated test planning, implementation and documentation. This also had a positive impact on employee motivation.Success Story
Ralf Ploner, Senior Manager, Avenir Group AG
bbv was a reliable, fast and uncomplicated partner in the co-creation of the HR Hub. The HR Hub not only gives us access to new customers, but also valuable insights for our future services for the HR industry.
Stefan Klug, Head of Research and Development, DemoSCOPE AG
bbv has been instrumental in helping us conceptually to develop an innovative research app, so that we have gained in attractiveness for our customers and in the market.
Daniel Lauk, Head of R&D at Landis+Gyr AG
Whether smart metering, secure IoT communications or agile working: bbv has been advising and supporting us for 20 years in modern embedded software engineering. Thank you!
Bernd Heisterkamp, Head of Technical Support, Substation Automation & Protection, ABB Schweiz AG
bbv supported us reliably from evaluation through to the roll-out of HPE-ALM. We can use the tool efficiently and therefore increase the quality of our systems.
Booklet: Software development for mobile applications, UX and testing
When setting out to develop mobile applications, a variety of platforms, device types and development environments have to be examined and various user interfaces considered. This 80-page booklet provides an excellent overview of all of the relevant aspects of software development for mobile platforms.Booklet
Booklet: Software migration to Windows Azure
Cloud computing is well established at this stage. Microsoft got on board years back with the Azure platform and now offers the most comprehensive range of services in the public cloud. This booklet explains exactly what lies behind Azure and how you can migrate existing software.Booklet
From idea to business case. The innovation workshops provide a forum for us to develop business ideas with you relating to technological and methodological trend topics.Innovation Workshops
New web portal for improved business processes and customer retention
bbv developed a new customer portal for Egli Mühlen as an extension of the legacy systems combined with an improved data structure, which provides feed customers with all information at a glance and allows them to place orders directly. The new portal is responsive and can therefore also be used on smartphones and tablets.Success Story
Booklet: Application lifecycle management (ALM)
This 52-page booklet explains what is meant by application lifecycle management and which open source tools support stakeholders and the team in the development process. The booklet then looks purposefully at Microsoft tools that can help with ALM. The report is rounded off by personal experiences from bbv experts.Booklet
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AI in the industry: training models with small datasets
Common practices for training machine learning models are based on large datasets, but these are often not available in the manufacturing industry. Data-centric AI is a new approach that should also enable manufacturing companies to successfully use AI systems.
Microfrontends: Taking microservices to the next level
How web developers reduce complexity
Complex web applications are a challenge for developers. Because the frontend and backend are closely interlinked, enhanced development of microservices is complex and time-consuming. Microfrontends help to reduce this dependency. bbv experts Michael Maurer and Ferry Sapei explain the advantages and disadvantages of microfrontends and when their use is worthwhile.