P3 explores the future digital quality in the Q-Lab
With interactive elements such as the ICAROS, who gave our attendees virtual wings to fly, the humanoid robot Pepper and a delightful molecular dinner we created a creative, inspiring atmosphere from which participants could draw. Further, the digital prophet Lukas Bessis has taken the participants during his keynote speech into the world of "beta world". At the heart of the Q-Lab was the exchange by Design Thinking. Here, trendsetting ideas and concepts such as "self-controlling processes" or the "project marketplace" were developed.
"Predictive Analytics" proved particularly promising for the participants. Behind this is the idea of proactively anticipating future problems in the supply chain using artificial intelligence.
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Mobile networks in worldwide comparison
We determine the test winner and publish the results regularly as the P3 connect Mobile Benchmark. Our benchmark combines the scope, scale and scientific rigour that P3 developed while conducting benchmarks in Europe, the US and Australia. They provide users with an objective way of comparing the performance of different mobile networks and their developments against the previous years. The benchmark will also give the operators the opportunity to demonstrate both the strengths of their respective networks and improvements in performance or coverage over time as they continue to invest in these assets.
P3 evaluates cost saving potentials within the NATO
It defines their inter-relationships and changes, to ensure product requirements and documentation conformity. Implementation of effective Configuration Management can reap enormous benefits. It can actually enhance productivity by substantially reducing the life cycle costs, preventing unnecessary duplication of effort, delays in schedule and providing traceability and visibility.
P3 was involved in the study as cooperation partner, implemented by the NATO Working Group 7 under the AC 327 Life Cycle Management Group. All results are based on the experiences of NATO nations as well as NATO bodies and are released to be published in 2017. Find the publication here.
P3 joins CharIN e.V.
CharIN e.V. is a widespread alliance of automotive OEMs, Tier1 and industry groups that was created to develop and establish the CCS as the standard for charging battery-powered electric vehicles.
It has members from all over the globe including General Motors, Ford, FCA, Tesla, Faraday Future, Atieva, Audi, BMW, Daimler, VW, Porsche, ChargePoint, NRG, Recargo, and others. P3’s role will be to develop the acceptance of a global EV charging standard with its current members along with other involved industries and groups. “With several thousand charging cycles on test-drives all over the world, P3 has vast hands-on experience on the challenges of interoperability”, says Markus Dehn, P3 Representative E-Mobility. “Within CharIN we will use our experience from the street, lab and test-stands to help developing an international certification system for CCS.”
P3 innovates the secure future of European energy infrastructure – SUCCESS
It has the common objective of developing an overarching approach to threat and countermeasure analysis with special focus on the vulnerabilities introduced by Smart Meters. We create solutions for the future challenge of security, resilience, survivability and privacy by encapsulating the key challenges .
P3 will influence the next generation of InFlight Entertainment & Connectivity.
In order to stay competitive, airlines, operators and lessors have to ensure communication systems run smoothly – A challenge considering the rapid development in telecommunications verses the long development cycles in the Aerospace industry. P3 aero systems, founded in 2016, has developed an outstanding tool which for the first time ever, will allow the complete analysis, measurement, evaluation and simulation of wireless networks within commercial aircraft cabins during the early phase of cabin definition. P3 aero systems combines P3’s global expertise in the field of mobile network testing and more than 20 years of consulting leading aircraft and system manufacturers.
P3 achieves the error pattern turbo
Our self-learning system decides whether the error pattern is new or already familiar, based on knowledge. This means that the new P3 algorithm can be applied to automatically assign up to 80% of performed repairs to known error patterns.
Now the OEM can concentrate on fault analysis for the remaining 20% much quicker and save up to 50% resources for defective part findings in the process.