Today is the kickoff of the national project AVARTIM. The project has to goal of the early recognition of technological trends and the targeted handling of market and technology signals are becoming increasingly important for companies. As part of the project, “AVARTIM” is to be used to develop a software-supported process for recognizing and evaluating trends, market and technology signals in order to sustainably support the process of innovation and technology management. As part of the project, an infrastructure will be set up at Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, which is modular and thus able to react quickly to technological changes. The infrastructure to be developed here serves as preliminary research and initial technology both for industrial use by and with the SME partners as well as for the application for joint projects. First of all, participation in the LOEWE funding line 3 of the state of Hessen and subsequently in the tender for LEIT-ICT / Big Data technologies of the EU is aimed at.
In this article he stated the relevance of noticing early indicators for the detection of new and, above all, socially and economically important technologies that can provide scientific publications. For this purpose, he and his team developed a trend analytics solution that covers a data processing pipeline beginning with the collection and transformation of unstructured text to a final visual interactive interface that enables analysts to elaborate trends, leaders and further relevant business aspects.
Please note the link to the full article: https://fzai.h-da.de/2019/02/prof-dr-kawa-nazemi-visual-analytics-zur-technologiefrueherkennung/.