Areas of Innovation: Mixed Reality in the Industry and our Everyday Life

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NOHO 4
Workshop 1 h, 30 min
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The arrival of the HoloLens marks a turning point in creating applications that enrich the real world with virtual objects. The device’s immersive experience, which is referred to as Mixed Reality, opens up an entire world of potential uses in industrial enterprises as well as our everyday lives. Holograms not only enrich our environment – interaction with holograms also facilitates our daily activities. In this session we will give you an overview of what sets the HoloLens apart from other Augmented and Virtual Reality devices, what it can do and what you can do with it. We will also provide an outlook on the use cases we see for the device and discuss your own ideas for the HoloLens. And finally we would like to give you the opportunity for a short hands-on demo.

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Michael Sattler

Michael Sattler joined Zühlke Engineering in 2011 and since then has mainly been working on Mobile Apps in various industry sectors: Industrial facility control and automation, medical, agriculture, mobility, home appliances. The Apps created were made for Android and iOS, partly using native development tools and partly using cross-platform approaches such as Xamarin or Cordova. The primary focus in most of the created apps most of the time was integration with external devices through wireless communication technology such as WiFi, Bluetooth or NFC. Michael Sattler has always been a driving force behind connected app solutions.
Before his employment at Zühlke Engineering, Michael Sattler began his professional career in 2008 as a software developer in a finance company. Before, he had earned his diploma in computer sciences at the University of Applied Sciences, Bingen.

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Tobias Rudolphi

Tobias Rudolphi is Head of Competence Unit & Business Solution Manager at Zühlke Group in Hamburg & Hanover, Germany.

His background is designing and implementing modern, web-based software systems. In this context he is very excited about the possibilities offered by the HTML 5 technology stack. He is passionate about the mobile web, Javascript on the server and the dev-ops movement. Other areas of expertise include innovation management and agile development practices and processes.

As the head of the Competence Units Hamburg & Hanover, together with his team, he is responsible for the delivery of high-quality software and product solutions for the customers of Zühlke in the greater Hamburg & Hanover areas.

In his spare time he runs a lot, rides his longboard, likes to travel abroad and is currently learning how to surf. But most of all he likes to listen to and play music!

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Gerald Brose

Since 2014, Mr. Brose is working for Zühlke Engineering as a business development manager being responsible for both the development and expansion as well as the derivation of industry-specific solutions in the region of Northern Germany.
His professional career began in 2002 after graduating as economist with an internationally operating and Germany's leading IT infrastructure service provider. Within the following eight years, Mr. Brose took responsibility for different roles as process consultant, bid manager as well as project manager within IT outsourcing. Based on this experience he became an account manager, mainly responsible for building up and developing the office in Hamburg and named key accounts.

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