Smart Data Analytics & Communication

Smart Data Analytics & Communication

 

The innovation field Smart Data Analytics & Communication utilizes well-founded knowledge of current consumer and technology trends (e.g. recognition of voice, big data or webbased communication) and derives its focuses strategically from the major drivers for the telecommunications business of the future. The key topics of this innovation field are:


The results from the Internet & Services field help to achieve the vision of connected life. The innovation field also focuses on providing supporting instruments and methods for integrating user requirements in R&I work. The instruments from User Driven Innovation ensure that user orientation is embraced right across the various areas of T-Labs. Ultimately, the market success of new products and services is highly dependent on how much they actually meet customers' needs and desires.

 

 

 Big Data @ Deutsche Telekom

 
click to play Big Data is a massive amount of data that are transmitted every day - in companies, in intelligent networks, in the public sector as well as in the private field. With the coverage of these challenges, which the DTAG is confronted, play the T-Labs a very important role in organizing the constantly growing market.
click to play Big Data is a massive amount of data that are transmitted every day - in companies, in intelligent networks, in the public sector as well as in the private field. With the coverage of these challenges, which the DTAG is confronted, play the T-Labs a very important role in organizing the constantly growing market.

 

 Quality & Usability Lab

 

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Möller

Every day, people discover how difficult it can be to figure out today’s technologies. That’s why researchers at Telekom Laboratories are developing products to increase usability.

 

 Design Research Lab

 

Prof. Dr. Gesche Joost

The goal of design research is to design technology products in such a way that they can be individually operated by different user groups.

 

 Service-centric Networking

 

Prof. Dr. Axel Küpper

The Service-centric Networking group explores and develops future methods, technologies and platforms for providing, operating and networking new services in communications networks.