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Feasibility study for lancing an innovative software tool based on mathematical methods in the B2B market

Project description

New software for optimal data management

High-tech companies just like computer-aided engineering produce a lot of data. These mainly stem from simulations and experiments during product design. All of this data gets stored in large data centres, and never see again the light of day as more and more data sits on top of it – a virtual big data graveyard. EU funding of the InSoMa project is enabling Germany-based company NAVASTO develop software to address this issue. NAVPACK is the first tool of its kind that uses machine learning, reduced-order modelling and interpolation methods to exploit this high volume of data to the benefit of companies. Once it will be released, it will significantly aid data management and decision-making in a number of industries including the aeronautics and automotive.

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Reuchlinstrasse 10/11 Aufgang H
10553 Berlin
Activity type
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
EU contribution
€ 50 000