In the "Spezial Big Data" section of the latest ATZelektronik issue our colleagues Hendrik Bohlen and Dr Stefan Unterschütz elaborate on how a suitable data analytics toolchain helps linking different types of data from simulations and tests in automotive development.
On 12 October 2020, the Alfred Wegener Institute's research vessel Polarstern returned from her one-year MOSAiC expedition in the Arctic Ocean. The several hundred scientists now have to evaluate the data they collected under way in order to document the Arctic climate system, a machinery of many intermeshing facets – an endeavor that will take several years to accomplish.
Marine research is highly exciting - and extremely challenging. Almost all measurements cannot be repeated due to the constantly changing environmental conditions. So any software used here must be extremely robust and easy to use despite all its technical complexity.
The MOSAiC expedition in the Arctic Ocean is currently on everyone's lips. It is the largest research expedition of its kind so far: The "Polarstern", a research vessel of the Alfred Wegener Institute in Bremerhaven, Germany, is collecting measurement data near the North Pole for almost a year.
In MTZextra's latest issue, Dr Jan Jacob from Werum uses the example of the new energy efficiency and emission standard WLTP to explain how the challenges authority regulations bear for testing can be met by a test management system.
Once again Werum Software & Systems AG was invited to "Honor the Best" by the Lueneburg-Wolfsburg Chamber of Industry and Commerce. The festive event took place on Monday, 23rd September 2019 in Lueneburg in the Libeskind Building of Leuphana University.
Lueneburg, 23 September 2019 - As part of their festivities for this year's 50th company anniversary, Werum Software & Systems AG put on a special event: on 19th and 20th September the Lueneburg-based company of long-standing tradition invited customers to attend an exclusive Customer Forum under the slogan "Industry meets Science".
The year 2019 is of special importance to Werum Software & Systems AG as the company, which commenced as "Entwicklungsbüro Wulf Werum", is celebrating its 50th anniversary!
After Wulf Werum's untimely death in 1982, Hartmut Krome and Dr Hans Windauer founded the company "Werum Datenverarbeitungssysteme GmbH" together with the then employees and successfully expanded the business over time.
Lueneburg, 07 February 2019 – As from 07 February 2019 the Supervisory Board of Werum Software & Systems AG has appointed Mr Ralf Günther as member of the Executive Board. Mr Günther has been working with Werum for more than 20 years in positions involving increasing degrees of responsibility. In his most recent position as Head of Programs he was in charge of the operational execution of all customer projects and the advancement of Werum's platforms and frameworks.
Lueneburg, 22 November 2018 – Acceptance of the Data Management System (DMS) by Werum Software & Systems (Werum) for a Polar helicopter was successfully performed at Heli Service International in Emden, Germany, from 05 to 07 November. The helicopter is part of one of the expeditions of the Alfred Wegener institute (AWI).
The foundation of Werum was laid at the end of the 1960s by software pioneer Wulf Werum. When he died long before his time in 1982, Hartmut Krome and Dr Hans Windauer founded Werum Datenverarbeitungssysteme GmbH together with the then employees. In the years until 2013, they succeeded in developing the company to evolve into the internationally operating company Werum Software & Systems AG with 500 employees.
This year, the Lueneburg-Wolfsburg Chamber of Industry and Commerce had a total of 4,465 apprentices finishing their vocational training – 97 of them with best marks. Each of them achieved at least 92 out of 100 points as overall result.