High-Tech R&D − Drowning in Data but Starving for Information

Jens Popp and Dirk Ortloff from process relations GMBH hightlight the data searching issues affecting everyday R&D engineers

High-tech is a term that is widely used to describe a device or system being state of the art. So high-tech can be applied to the cutting edge such as nanomaterials but also to some “old” industries like paint production for example. What all these industries have in common is a production process that has multiple steps, many parameters or both.

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