New technologies, increasing competitive and cost pressure and blurring industry boundaries – digitalisation helps industrial companies respond to diverse challenges.
Industrial companies are by no means immune to the accelerating pace of change in the markets. They have to rethink their business models, become permanently more efficient and set themselves apart with real innovations.
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 potentials with digitalisation
Digitalisation opens up interesting potential in this respect: from improved control of production processes to networking of own products through to more efficient services. New digital business models can offer solutions tailored to customers with significant added benefits. This all helps to safeguard competitiveness.
Backed by our experience with a wide array of projects, we support your company as it transitions to smart, connected products and new services, which help you to create new ways to stand out in the market and drive growth.
Thermoplan uses Azure IoT to control smart coffee machines
Thermoplan’s latest generation of professional coffee machines are connected to the Internet and produce data on the quality of the coffee and the wear and tear of the machine parts. bbv developed a secure cloud Azure IoT solution together with Microsoft to allow the large volumes of data to be analysed.Success Story
Tobias Rölz, Vice President Global IT & Digital Business, Komax
bbv got our IoT solution off the ground very quickly. The vast expertise from networking of machines to evaluation in the cloud was impressive.
IoT solution for more digital B2B services
More digital services for greater customer loyalty: Komax Connect offers customers new insight online into the productivity of their Komax machines. Komax customers can use the IoT solution to access new digital services, thereby strengthening customer loyalty and paving the way for Industrie 4.0. bbv supported Komax in developing its cloud platform from integrating their machines to visualising the data.Success Story
Development of an IoT dashboard for cable car systems
Smooth operation and safety for ski resorts: The SisControl solution from Sisag offers customers the latest data and projections for their installations at a glance so that they can respond quickly to unforeseen events. Thanks to an agile development approach and modern cloud technologies, Siscontrol was up and running at the customer site in just a few months.Success Story
Decision-making aid for choosing the right IoT cloud platform
The aim of this 64-page booklet is to provide assistance for those responsible for IoT projects before starting a project or product development. The booklet focuses primarily on the topics that are often neglected when choosing the platform or in general when starting the IoT project. It offers numerous checklists in this regard.Booklet
Cloud-based Industrie 4.0 IoT app for production monitoring
Networking machines intelligently for improved customer service: an intuitive app for iOS and Android shows Agathon customers everything at a glance. bbv helped the customer to develop the cloud-based solution with Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud. The complex application was to be developed using agile methods and scrum based on a proof of concept.Success Story
Ignaz Kressibucher, Head of IT Development, Agathon AG
bbv provided us with top-class expertise in IoT. Together, we implemented a solution in just four months, which our customers are now using. Now that’s what I call efficient.
Poster on the topic of Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things
Industry 4.0 describes the vision of full automation of the entire lifecycle of industrial goods. This covers keywords such as Big Data, Smart Factory, Internet of Things (IoT), Data Lake and Machine Learning. The large DIN A0 poster correlates the terms and explains the contexts as well as advantages and disadvantages in detail.Poster
Booklet: Usability, user experience and user-centred design
Users of computers and mobile devices today expect them to be simple, clear and comprehensible to use. They have to be designed with the user in mind and correspond to established and familiar operating concepts. This approx. 70-page booklet explains bbv’s approach to developing products, which are effortless to use and gain the approval of users.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.