Johannes Klinglmayr

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Professional title: 
Programme Manager/Project Manager
Organisation name: 
Linz Center of Mechatronics GmbH
Organisation type: 
Academia/Research
Country: 
Austria
Early Adopters Selection Criteria: 
Multidisciplinary NGI researchers in ICT, social sciences & humanities
Innovation platforms & IT clusters
Which of the following NGI values are you championing?: 
Human-centric. Citizen co-design. Participatory. Communities using environmentally-friendly and sustainable resources, e.g. energy
Interoperability and standardisation. Interoperability testing. Key enabling technologies: 5G, IoT, cloud, big data, cyber security
New applications and services across industry verticals and public sector. Socio-economic impacts
Innovations for creativity, culture, education and research (also NGI Award winners)

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Short Description: 

LCM -the Linz Center of Mechatronics GmbH is a non-university research organization that operates in connecting the real with the digital world. In this context we simulate and optimize production design processes and digitize real world assessments. We explore and support innovation by harnessing added value creation through transdisciplinary combination and connection of tools and solutions.

NGI solution(s) used by your organisation: 

1. LCM coordinates the ASSET EU-project. The project pioneered a new form of product information system for consumer in the supermarket. Via a smartphone application consumers can enter their personal preferences regarding, enviroment, social or health issues, and then obtain an compact overview how the products (in front of them) fits these preferences. We tested the solution in retail-stores and aim at expanding and improving the approach with new partners and retailers.
you find the project description here: www.asset-consumerism.eu

2. At LCM we aim at pioneering a new form of citizen empowerment by enabling users to utilize speciifc expert knowledge without the need of expert related abilities. The tool to be developed, calls for and integrate results from divers disciplines, academia, industry or social contributions.
We build this tool upon LCM's SyMSpace platform and iteratively extend the tool with small research projects and diverse partners.
You find the related white paper here:
https://arxiv.org/abs/1811.02964

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