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The LandesCloud provides a unique AI technology platform that combines the founders' many years of experience in the practical application of artificial intelligence with the supercomputing expertise of the High Performance Computing Centre Stuttgart (HLRS).

With the LandesCloud, small to medium-sized companies as well as large enterprises receive, on the one hand, well-founded assistance in their approach to deal with AI technologies and, on the other hand, an innovative platform for the fast and efficient continuous operation of AI-supported processes. Made in Germany & operated in Germany.

KNIME is the leading open platform for data-driven innovation helping organizations to stay ahead of change. Innovative organizations use our open-source, enterprise-grade analytics platform to discover the potential hidden in their data, mine for fresh insights, or predict new futures.Quick to deploy, easy to scale and intuitive to use, KNIME is used in over 60 countries on data of every kind: from numbers to images, molecules to humans, signals to complex networks, from kilo- to petabytes, or simple reports to complex analyses.

Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) is the first higher education institution in Germany to integrate academic studies with workplace training. Founded on March 1, 2009, DHBW traces its roots back to the Berufsakademie Baden-Wurttemberg. Today the university continues to carry on the highly successful tradition of cooperative education.

Founded 1993 by the umbrella organisation of German Magazine Publishers (VDZ Verband Deutscher Zeitschriftenverleger), VDZ Akademie is the leading training institution for magazine publishers in the German-speaking countries. VDZ Akademie provides continuous education and performance enhancement for all management levels as well as specialists and executives from the media and publishing industry.

Flightradar24 is a global flight tracking service that shows real-time aircraft flight information on a map. It includes flight tracks, origins and destinations, flight numbers, aircraft types, positions, altitudes, headings and speeds. It can also show time-lapse replays of previous tracks and historical flight data by airline, aircraft, aircraft type, area or airport. It aggregates data from multiple sources but, outside of the United States, mostly from crowdsourced information gathering by volunteers with ADS-B receivers. Flightradar24 started as a hobby project in 2006 by two Swedish aviation enthusiasts. It is available via a web page or mobile device apps.