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Research Project Sphere Sandra GmbH developed a contemporary understanding of data protection at the customer relationship management (CRM) with expert network. Consortium opens project for more case study partner. Landau, April 2013. The project funded by the Federal Ministry of education and research (BMBF) it turns to the task of developing a Datenschutzkomponentefur social CRM infrastructure. The University of Leipzig with the researchers of Olaf Reinhold and Prof. Dr. Rainer Alt, who cooperate for several years as selected scientific partners with Sandra GmbH is involved in project in addition to the independent Centre for data protection, Kiel. The first milestone of the project sphere: Shielding privacy within CRM is now achieved, so that can be extended to work with case studies. For this purpose, the Consortium is looking currently interested companies who make available their CRM structures to take advantage of the results of the team as a case study partner. Interdisciplinary Exchange brings knowledge, currently the Sandra GmbH is located with its partners on the HomeStretch of the first phase of the project, where the respective experts each explained the workings of social CRM systems or legal bases, discuss and make understandable on the basis of case studies. The parties define clues together, to bring together social CRM and data protection and to develop an integrated request structure for the project sphere. The aim is the development of a rough concept that pretends the next steps of the software development. Working with case studies is reflected in the implementation of legislation particularly useful. Sphere controls carried out CRM processes from company automated compliant data protection. The interdisciplinary exchange of ideas in the Consortium is designed as a fruitful: in our view we feel confirmed that data protection long before the use of social starts media data. Reflections must be already in the...
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Ministry Project Promotion of the "central innovation programme for SME" (ZIM) for innovative development in the field of industrial image processing, the optimum datamanagement solutions GmbH in Karlsruhe has brought in terms of their image recognition software a new research project on the way, which focuses on enhanced measures for object recognition in industrial environments. Already for the second time, the Ministry promotes the innovative company for its research and development to the central innovation programme for SMEs"(ZIM). "The aim of the project optimum visual recognition II" is the development of measures which can further improve the object detection even under high detection speeds. This also the findings of the first ZIM project will be recovered that could successfully complete optimum. "On the name the cunning Klaus" baptised image recognition system reliably to detect errors and barcodes or labels is able to identify components to include, read. The database-driven software comes in the incoming goods inspection in the production, quality assurance and commissioning used. Thus, the system for various industrial, engineering and logistics company is interesting, who previously depended on due to lack of alternatives on RFID or barcode recognition. To optimize industrial image recognition with the sly Klaus' to the existing solutions for industrial use and outside of lab situations to allow a fast and accurate object detection, optimum has initiated a new research project. In contrast to conventional solutions to any environments with our system and be able to boundary conditions as they now occur once in the industry,"explains managing director Wolfgang Mahanty. In object recognition is one of flexibility, for example, any position of the camera or the combination of several cameras that the recordings be independent from a stationary platform. A further planned Innovation is the object recognition through transparent vehicles through which uniquely identifies already packaged components....