Has an artificial intelligence solution developed in Passau got the potential to conquer the European market and inspire new mobility projects? The German Federal Minister for Transport and Digital Infrastructure, Andreas Scheuer, visited the CEOs of ONE LOGIC, Dr. Andreas Böhm and Dr. Stefan Roskos, in their company headquarters to find an answer to this question.
The focus of the conversation was ONE LOGIC's data science platform ONE DATA. Furthermore, ONE LOGIC presented mobility-related projects in the showroom of their headquarters in Passau to the Federal Minister.
It was discussed how Artificial Intelligence can advance the transition of mobility:
- How can geological data, material condition and weather data be used to mathematically determine which railway tracks will require which maintenance and when
- How can the optimal positions for rental bikes, e-scooters and charging stations be calculated
- How can we use sales forecasts for consumer goods to optimize logistic chains, save CO2 and reduce traffic jams
- How can AI be used to optimally capture customer needs for new car orders
Federal Minister Scheuer was impressed:
"It's great when innovations from Bavaria can make such an important contribution to the success of new mobility. The term "traffic turnaround" does not apply here - we are currently experiencing a mobility revolution that is happening very quickly, and that would not be feasible without artificial intelligence - no matter whether on water, land or air. ONE LOGIC therefore makes a very important contribution to German car manufacturers, infrastructure companies and logistics providers."
After the presentation, journalists and employees had the opportunity to play the ONE LOGIC table football with AI evaluations and predictions with the Federal Minister:
Dr. Andreas Böhm, founder and CEO of ONE LOGIC, is pleased about the visit from Berlin:
"We are honored to present further approaches to the Federal Minister for the productive use of artificial intelligence to implement new mobility concepts. With more than 800,000 employees in the German automotive industry, it is essential for the German economy that the mobility turnaround is successful. We want to do our part and make it possible to increase efficiency and establish new business models through the use of data. "