Work in digitalisation: from augmented reality to digital twins
Our employees are constantly gaining new opportunities in the field of digitalisation:
agile project development, augmented reality, digital twins, artificial intelligence, predictive maintenance and autonomous driving are just a few buzzwords we address daily.
Bertrandt is active in various sectors, from the automotive industry through medical technology and IT services to mechanical and plant construction. What all of these sectors have in common is that the value-added chain of development, construction and manufacture all the way to the customer is more tightly interlocked through digitalisation.
Thus, our employees work, for example, with the digital value-creation chain and develop virtual digital twins which, through data capture, optimise the real mechanisms or organise predictive maintenance with the aid of intelligent algorithms.
The topic of predictive maintenance cannot be ignored. Our employees develop IoT devices for machine data recording in order to continuously capture parameters such as temperature, pressure, oscillation or key values such as throughput. To save the data, we use data storage systems or cloud technologies.
The field of development of the data-based services for our employees runs from the automated labelling of image data through component defects determined through vibration analyses to data analysis in order to create significant conclusions on the effect of the vehicle dampers on transported goods with the aid of mathematical statistical methods and application-specific algorithms.
In addition, with us you can help to develop autonomous driving with virtual test methods (HiL testing, MiL testing or SiL testing), analyse individual components, consider integrated systems and be responsible for the interplay of a multitude of complex systems in automated driving.
Our employees develop using virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) methods, for example, fluid simulation with thermal and aerodynamic processes, virtual assembly space checks and training methods.
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