The stories from Saxony-Anhalt are as diverse as the state itself. In our success stories we report on innovative companies, smart ideas, investments and people behind these success stories.
In the crisis, entrepreneurs, universities, research institutes and committed people in Saxony-Anhalt prove that they are agile, innovative and creative, they tackle and think in a modern way. HERE people with ideas change the markets, they find solutions and show that Saxony-Anhalt is a location with a future - even in difficult times.
Read here why researchers and developers always find a way, how doers pursue their goal and why forward thinkers set the direction.
- The Magdeburg-based startup "Moosaik" wants to use dual plant walls to ensure the sustainable development of (major) cities, raise society's awareness of climate protection and sustainable action.
- Saxony-Anhalt’s universities focus on the global challenges of our age
- NOVO-TECH creates a closed material cycle with no additional resources
- A sustainable parcel delivery scheme which is the only one of its kind in Europe is currently being introduced in Magdeburg
- Seraplant GmbH from Saxony-Anhalt is recovering phosphorus from sewage sludge ash in the only recycling plant of its kind in Germany
- BeST to InveST - There is always something new to report about Saxony-Anhalt as a business and science location.
- As part of Europe’s COVR robot safety project, the Fraunhofer Institute IFF in Magdeburg is researching collaborative technology that helps advance the digitalization of production processes.
- Is there a way to optimize the online customer journey and make messages on websites more reader-friendly? Halle (Saale) startup Adsata has developed an as-yet unrivalled program which does exactly that, using webcam eye tracking technology and data protection compliant analytics that help improve marketing.
- In a joint project, software engineers from the University of Magdeburg and employees of the Saxony-Anhalt State Criminal Police Office and of METOP GmbH in Magdeburg have developed a three-dimensional operations monitoring system that can provide the police with important information about possible hazards during their deployments. There are also other potential applications for the technology.
- For many years, computer games had a bad reputation, but the idea that games are only played by nerds who spend hours on their consoles avoiding social interaction is a thing of the past. For many people, computer and video games are a form of creative entertainment. They combine the analog and the digital worlds and allow processes and products to be re-imagined. In Saxony-Anhalt, the development of games and the spread of digitalization have been given a new impetus.