In the course of this project tofmotion will, in close cooperation with the University of Innsbruck, raise their ToF 3D camera simulation to the next level. “With this common step, we will be able to virtualize our camera up to its physical characteristics and build up a full digital twin.”, explains Mag. (FH) Tia Maria Troch, Head of Strategy and Corporate Development at tofmotion. “As an innovation driver within our branch, we are very pleased to be part of this game-changing project.”
To better and faster encounter pandemic situations of supranational interest the LIGATE consortium is to research the potential of super computing for life sciences. The consortium consists of eleven institutions and companies in five European countries, including Politecnico di Milano (Department of Electronics, Information and Bioengineering), CINECA Interuniversity Consortium (Supercomputing Innovation and Applications), E4 Computer Engineering, the University of Salerno, University of Basel, KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Department of Applied Physics), das IT4Innovations National Supercomputing Center and Chelonia Applied Science.