The research project BGMvital is developing a web-based platform for the support and operation of corporate health management measures for employees in small and medium-sized enterprises with mostly Turkish employees. This solution will be different from existing platform in that it will accommodate the individual and culture-specific needs and preferences of the users. The open-source framework OpenAPE - which has been developed by former research projects in REMEX for personalization regarding digital accessibility for persons with disabilities - will be key in the technical implementation of the web platform, and will be extended by culture-specific and other criteria.
BGMvital consists of five project partners. It is led by the Institute of Occupational Medicine of the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin. REMEX will be resonsible for the technical conception and implementation. Other project partners are the Institute for clinical epidemology and applied biometry of the University Hospital Tübingen, the das Institute of Sports Science at the University Tübingen, and the Center for Media Competence at the University Tübingen.
Project duration: 11/2018 - 10/2022
Team: Patrick Münster Gottfried Zimmermann
The research project's focus lies on the development of an open and cooperative vehicle platform for the mobility of the future. The joint project is carried out together with the research campus Arena2036 that unites multiple partners like University Stuttgart, Daimler, Bosch, csi, dxc, IAO and others.
The HdM is researching in the area of human machine interaction with the focus on creating AI transparency. The goal is to research new interfaces and interaction concepts that enable a contextual and holistic user interaction with an autonomous vehicle and its passengers.
Project duration: 10/2019 - 10/2023