It’s time for the second round of the jambit CoffeeTalks 2018! All jambitees and interested jambitees-to-be are invited to immerse themselves in these exciting topics for about 40 to 50 minutes, and ask questions personally. With a cup of good jambit coffee the discuss and network may continue.
01:00 – 01:50 p.m. Counting houses - pattern recognition in pictures
Dipl.-Ing. Christian Mang / Software Architect / Business Division Media and More
Whether stock market or traffic monitoring - pattern recognition is used in many areas and the relevance is increasing steadily. Technical systems are able to recognize patterns in data. Christian Mang uses the task "counting houses" and an aerial view to explain how different pattern recognition techniques are used. In this CoffeeTalk you get an introductory overview around the topic pattern recognition.
Ob Aktienmarkt oder Verkehrsüberwachung - Mustererkennung ist in vielen Bereichen im Einsatz und die Relevanz steigt stetig. Technische Systeme sind in der Lage, Muster in Daten zu erkennen. Christian Mang erklärt anhand der Aufgabenstellung „Häuser zählen“ und einem Luftbild, wie verschiedene Techniken zur Mustererkennung angewandt werden. In diesem CoffeeTalk bekommen Sie einen einführenden Überblick rund um das Thema Mustererkennung.
02:20 – 03:00 p.m. Think Differently - Impulses for 100% project enthusiasm
Dipl. Medien-Inf. Robert Kowalski / Head of Department Automotive Baden-Wuerttemberg / Business Division Automotive World
Robert Kowalski is full of experience of several projects. In these he repeatedly asked himself the following questions:
- How can I help making progress with a project or customer?
- How can I contribute myself and my strengths?
- How do I find meaning and (more) enthusiasm?
- How can I develop myself by using a certain project?
Blanket answers to these questions do not exist. But the necessary impulses to find the answers for yourself 100% project enthusiasm.
03:30 – 04:30 p.m. The dark side of the refrigerator
Dominik Fienko, B.Sc. / Werkstudent / Business Division Media and More
Life becomes more and more convenient: children play with cloud-based dools while development progress is visible on their parent's smartphone. You do not even have to get up to switch a light on and off – this is already done by the virtual assistant.
But with light comes shadows: refrigerators, coffee machines and surveillance cameras are used to observe and attack public infrastructure. The possible consequences? Power failures, supply shortages and finally anarchy? We are taking a closer look on whether this is possible and how this is prevented. Dominik Fienko shows by using an app-based IP camera why less is sometimes sometimes more.
You are an external, not a jambitee? Please feel very welcome to attend our CoffeeTalks by simply registering via a short e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org until Monday 14th of May 2018.
Do you have any further questions? Don't hesitate to ask. We are always happy to help and we are looking forward to see you!