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A Glimpse into Quantum Physics

In this interview, Dr. Pascal Macha, a quantum physicist based in Sydney and INVENSITY alumnus, shares his thoughts with us: Christopher Seinecke, Managing Director of INVENSITY, asked him about quantum physics, his career, and where his knowledge comes into play in development projects.

A Glimpse into Quantum Physics2022-10-13T13:45:19+02:00

The (Christmas) Fault Tree

Fault tree analysis is an industry-proven method that uncovers cause-effect relationships of faults in complex systems for a top undesired event. In particular, it identifies the critical paths that contribute most to the occurrence of the disaster. Applied to the example of a burning Christmas tree, it can be vividly demonstrated how easily the probability of a fire can be reduced.

The (Christmas) Fault Tree2022-10-13T14:09:16+02:00

How artificial intelligence helps optimize resource planning

In the current issue of Projektmagazin, our colleagues Marc Bollmann, Dr. Marc Großerüschkamp, and Mayanga Ngoy explain how artificial intelligence could be used to optimize your resource planning. Read the summary of the article here.

How artificial intelligence helps optimize resource planning2022-10-13T14:10:29+02:00

Onboarding at INVENSITY

In our latest blog post, our colleague Nancy Dehling, who started at INVENSITY in early July, shares her experiences from the past ten weeks.

Onboarding at INVENSITY2022-09-08T12:26:19+02:00

Expert Interview: SysML v2

Dr. Fabian Ziegler and Leonhard Mertz, two of our technology consultants at INVENSITY, have seized a unique opportunity for INVENSITY: they have participated in taking the SysML modeling language to the next level by contributing their practical knowledge to the review process of version v2.

Expert Interview: SysML v22022-05-12T11:17:19+02:00

How requirements paralyze today’s product development process

Requirements engineering in the automotive industry seems to have a paradox problem: The sum of requirements that is needed to describe a safe system has risen up to a point, where the need to consider all of them will most likely diminish quality instead of increasing it.

How requirements paralyze today’s product development process2022-03-04T08:35:39+01:00
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