Digital living environments can do considerably more than just turn off the lights on demand. Furniture and rugs are already being trained to detect poor posture or call emergency services in the event of a serious fall.


Let’s be honest: No one likes reading manuals. Complex technical terms are often combined with illustrations that are difficult to grasp. We use our augmented reality technology so that, during training, every screw is right where it’s supposed to be -- superimposed on the device on a tablet or smartphone.

Data platform

What would a smartphone be without apps? Hardly any service provider today does without its own app, and cities and municipalities are following suit. As visualization experts, we ensure informative and intuitive operation.


Do you know about smart highways? The A5 near Darmstadt is already home to an eHighway proving ground, where we are very closely monitoring lane use -- from space.


Digital cities generate enormous amounts of data. We help store, process and analyze this data, including at hospitals where every bit of help is valuable.


Many people feel disconnected from their local politics. We want to change that and are developing democratic solutions to improve the dialog between citizens and their leaders.


As part of CRISP, we’re proud to be making a decisive contribution to cybersecurity in Germany.


A flood of data can quickly turn into a dam -- if utilized properly, landslides in endangered regions can be prevented or diverted.