CIL Projects and CIL News

  • “PredictiveBMS” helps preserve art at the Museum of London
    In a project of the Co-innovation lab of the Munich University of Applied Sciences, a team of bachelor and master students together with the Museum of London tackled the challenge of introducing predictive maintenance to the museum’s Air Handling Units (AHUs).
  • The voice assistant that gives facility management a refreshing appeal
    The Museum of London stores the capital of England’s long history from its settlers to modern times and welcomes over one million visitors each year. To realize its vision of becoming a “smart museum” and making use of resources efficiently, once again in the summer semester of 2022, the Museum of London shakes hands with the University of Applied Science Munich students and works together on another project.
  • Conscious canteen food with EatGreener
    In cooperation with Green Canteen and the Co-Innovation Lab, a newly conceptualized application EatGreener was launched. The application enables canteen guests to be more aware of the origin of their lunch. At the same time, collecting points with the purchase of Green Canteen products is possible.
  • Creation of Audio Reports for Facility Managers at the Museum of London
    The Co-Innovation Lab of the Munich University of Applied Sciences enabled a team of its’ students to demonstrate their skills. As part of the project, they developed a web-based software solution for the Museum of London (MOL). The smartReport (SRP) application collects sensor data from the building and creates audio reports that are made available to the museums’ Facility Managers.
  • Wind power becomes digital
    The platform developed by HM students as part of the Co-Innovation Lab for the State Agency for Energy and Climate Protection (LENK) is intended to help mayors better inform their community about the topic of wind power in the future.
  • Fit for the transformation of traffic in Munich with MUCmoves
    An interdisciplinary team of computer science and business administration students at Munich University of Applied Sciences has developed a digital platform that bundles traffic data from different sources in one place and allows Munich’s traffic planners to base projects on the traffic turnaround on reliable and high-quality mobility data.
  • InSite – Seeing how a museum feels
    part of the Co-Innovation Lab at Munich University of Applied Sciences, ten Master’s and Bachelor’s students from the faculties of Business Administration & IT developed and implemented a concept for data-driven facility management for the Museum of London (MoL) in the summer semester of 2021.
  • gridX stands for sustainability
    As part of the Co-Innovation Lab at Munich University of Applied Sciences, eleven students are helping gridX to demonstrate its commitment to sustainability to the public. The interdisciplinary project team lays the foundation for a transparent sustainability commitment of the company.
  • Evaluate online surveys quickly, accurately and cost-effectively with SurveySolver
    The “SurveySolver” software supports Green City Experience (GCX) citizen participation processes, making sustainability and climate protection a priority for municipal decision-makers.
  • Using BEMS to calculate CO₂ equivalents generated by air travel
    Protection (LENK). The Bavarian Emission Measurement System (BEMS) records air travel by the immediate state administration and automatically calculates the CO₂ equivalents generated. BEMS thus creates the prerequisite for subsequent offsetting of air travel.
  • Dawn of new Era in Consulting & Interim Management
    In the end of 2020, a Co-Innovation Lab ( consulting team consisting of three students from Munich University of Applied Sciences advised EIM Group on a project to develop a new marketing approach for Young Executives Management Solutions. Such solution was never seen before. It is an innovative service combined of B2B Interim & Consulting[…]
  • Paths to the Future at Leop. Siegle: From Process Improvement to Cultural Change
    The Co-Innovation Lab supports Leop. Siegle GmbH & Co. KG in Augsburg in optimizing its internal processes and lays the foundation for further digitization activities. With several thousand different products, the company Leop. Siegle GmbH & Co.KG, as a medium-sized technical wholesaler in the field of rubber, plastics, industrial safety and environmental protection, has a[…]
  • Promoting digital skills in the social sector
    The Co-Innovation Lab is developing an innovative competency model for measuring and expanding employees’ digital competencies for Franziskuswerk Schönbrunn gGmbH. The change processes triggered by digital technologies offer companies in all sectors a wide range of optimization opportunities. The expansion of digital solution approaches represents great potential for more effective use of the limited time[…]
  • Automatically clean!
    In collaboration with the Abfallwirtschaftsbetrieb München (AWM), students from the Munich University of Applied Sciences have developed a business case as part of the Co-Innovation Lab to automate the manual cleaning of mobile waste compactors. Mobile waste compactors have become an indispensable part of German waste management operations. They are used not only at recycling[…]
  • Entry into artificial intelligence at klarx
    As part of the Co-Innovation Lab (CIL) at the Munich University of Applied Sciences, two students have provided an introduction to artificial intelligence for the company klarx. The project team consisted of Tobias Hetfleisch, Marc Gehring as well as Prof. Dr. Holger Günzel from Munich University of Applied Sciences, and Moritz Schmidt and Camille Raiser[…]
  • A step into the future: dynamic pricing at Neuburg’s organic hotel Aussicht
    The team of consultants from the Co-Innovation Lab at Munich University of Applied Sciences developed a concept for dynamic pricing for the Bio-Hotel in Neuburg an der Donau as part of an innovation project. In the first virtual cooperation project between the Munich University of Applied Sciences and the Bio-Hotel Aussicht in Neuburg an der[…]
  • Digitizing Munich’s Used Clothing Drives – The Co-Innovation Lab Makes Recycling Fit for the Future
    Students at Munich University of Applied Sciences are paving the way for digitization in municipal used clothing collection and enabling plannable recycling with the help of the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence. As part of a student consulting project of the Co-Innovation Lab at the Munich University of Applied Sciences, an interdisciplinary team of[…]