Visplore is a software platform permitting rapid and flexible creation of task-specific analytical applications interactively by the user. Visplore has been designed for the visual exploration of multi- to high-dimensional data, including categorical and functional data. The focus is on supporting specific tasks such as data quality assessment, process optimization, and the analysis of prediction models. The software architecture exploits parallelism in order to support interactive analysis of millions of data records in real-time. Visplore has served as a software platform for numerous scientific results of the Visual Analytics group, as well as for applications, e.g., in the automotive industry, the energy sector, industrial manufacturing, the health sector, and for network security. More about Visplore.
Partners: Austrian Power Grid AG, HAKOM Solutions GmbH
Quality assessment of time series data; validation and comparison of predictive models
Partners: AVL List GmbH
Validation of simulation data, sensitivity analysis, multi-objective optimization
Partners: RHI AG, Plasmo Industrietechnik GmbH
Monitoring of production processes and production fault; analysis for process optimization
Partners: Hauptverband österreichischer Sozialversicherungsträger, Gesundheit Österreich GmbH
Quality assessment of accounting data, monitoring and analysis of health system performance indicators
Partners: Schedule Coordination Austria GmbH, AI-MS Aviation Infrastructure Management Systems GmbH
Identification of correlations and trends, data preparation, detail analysis of flight schedule optimization results
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