Material Development

LabV in material development - use case

Eliminate duplicate effort, develop products faster.

With  LabV you reduce the development of new materials and discover trends and correlations that were previously unknown.

All that with no effort and in no-time.

The issues in material development

The solution - one single database for everything

“Fewer tests means fewer engineering hours and faster development. With LabV we have a saving of 10% in engineering hours”

Development Manager –  Manufacturer of paints and coatings

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Our features

project management with the data management platform LabV
Managing
  • Complete and cross-funcitional connection of all devices and the existing IT infrastructure

  • Collected data from laboratory and development 

  • Management of testing orders and analyses

material database in the data management platform LabV
Analyzing
  • Fast data evaluation with integrated statistical functions and visualizations

  • Centralized material database 

  • Automated comparison of target values and actual results

  • Identification of correlations and relationships

easy data search with the data management platform LabV
Exploiting
  • More insightsacross the entire database

  • Comprehensive search function

  • AI-enabled data infrastructure for intelligent predictions on product properties and recipes

Example - material database

The material database contains all target values that can be viewed by the laboratory and pilot plant at the touch of a button. Important information for optimizing the product parameters in the technical centre, and the target values in the laboratory, which can be automatically compared with the measured values. Increased efficiency

The Digital Twin in Material Development

BLOG POST

For many companies, the days of handwritten records and Excel are still the norm. However, digitalization could enable new approaches in industrial material development.


Companies that have taken the plunge know this.

blog - the digital twin in material development
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