Bretten, Germany
Bretten, Germany

Time filter

Source Type

News Article | May 19, 2017

SEEBURGER AG, a global leader in business integration, announced today its expanded presence in Malaysia and Singapore to cater to current local and global customers, as well as increase its offerings to new companies and business partners within the South East Asia region. SEEBURGER, a global provider of business integration, has over 10 years’ experience in China and rest of Asia, providing Business-to-Business Integration (B2Bi), Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Managed File Transfer (MFT) and Application Programming Interface (API) integration solutions to enable any company’s digital transformation. In every company, there is a requirement to safely and securely transmit data, which is handled via business processes using structured or unstructured formats in a variety of situations. With SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS), companies receive an agile, scalable and unified central data platform for the secure and reliable transfer of data and the capability to digitally integrate all business processes with customers, external business partners and internal applications. In its recent 2017 CEO Survey: Asia/Pacific CIOs Can Do More to Accelerate Digital Business,¹ Gartner recommends that CIO’s in Asia Pacific who wish to influence strategic business change should accelerate their IT modernization efforts to provide a strong foundation for digital transformation. Combine the judicious use of outsourcing for commoditized activities with the aggressive adoption of cloud strategies as part of these modernization efforts. SEEBURGER solutions are used by many global companies with local presence in Asia, for example market leading banks and financial service providers, where local support, technical and business experience around compliance and regulations are needed. “We are very eager to expand our footprint in Southeast Asia by offering our first in class SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite to companies and business partners looking to streamline and digitalize business processes, reduce operational costs and maintain governance and compliance. Our customers realize up to 60 percent savings from the elimination of individual manual processing steps, obtain increased data accuracy and more efficient processes as well as enjoy complete transparency and traceability,” said Michael Kleeberg, co CEO, SEEBURGER AG. About SEEBURGER SEEBURGER is the German market leader and a global leader in digital business integration, including electronic data interchange, business-to-business integration, enterprise application integration and secure managed file transfer (MFT) solutions. With more than 10,000 active customers worldwide – on premise and in the cloud – SEEBURGER enables companies to streamline business processes, reduce operational costs, facilitate governance and compliance, and provide visibility to the farthest edge of the supply chain to maximize Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) effectiveness and drive new efficiencies. ¹Gartner “2017 CEO Survey: Asia/Pacific CIOs Can Do More to Accelerate Digital Business,” Partha Iyengar, 6 April 2017

News Article | August 14, 2017

HASCO, the leading automotive components company in China and SEEBURGER, global leading B2B/EDI solution and software provider, cooperate in the EDI and B2B field to build the digital HIT (HASCO Intelligent Transformation) platform. HASCO, a member of SAIC Group, held a signing ceremony of strategic cooperation on May 5, 2017 in Shanghai. Chen Hong, President of SAIC and HASCO; Zhang Haitao, President of HASCO; Cheng Jinglei, Chief Engineer of SAIC along with SEEBURGER AG Vice President Rainer Bartel, SEEBURGER APAC and China General Manager Huang Gang and other representatives from SAIC OEMs and Auto-parts companies participated in this event. HASCO, inheriting from SAIC automotive components business, independently focuses on R&D, production and marketing of automotive components. In 2016, HASCO achieved total sales revenue 124.30 billion RMB, thus becoming the leading automotive components company in China. SEEBURGER, as a global leading B2B/EDI solution and software provider, has been focused on automotive industry for over 30 years, offers seamless internal and external business integration solutions, acts as the integration engine to drive digital transformation and leads the way to industry 4.0 for automotive manufacturers. As the leader in automotive components industry, in aiming to pioneer in industry 4.0, HASCO announced to establish HIT (HASCO Intelligent Transformation), and held a launch ceremony of strategic cooperation with SEEBURGER, SAP, SIEMENS, Huawei and GE, which are committed to promoting intelligent manufacturing works in the future, exploring front-tier practices of enterprise transformation, building an informational, digital and automatic integration platform so as to enhance efficiency, reduce costs and spark innovation throughout the automotive industry. The representative of HASCO emphasized that HASCO will work together with these reputable partners to build the digital HIT platform and expressed that HASCO will have further and deep cooperation with SEEBURGER in the EDI and B2B field. HASCO further explained that they will take a unified infrastructure to support HIT’s operation, and that they plan to spread the HIT platform to 50 factories within 3 years. In 2025, the HIT platform aims to cover 200 systems, connect 500,000 sensors and the annual throughput capability will reach 200TB. Guided by the strategic initiatives of “Internet Plus” and “China Manufacturing 2025”, SEEBURGER and HASCO will work together and make use of each other's advantages to jointly work on establishing HIT, a platform for realizing the digital management and innovation practice of enterprise transformation. Mr. Axel Haas, SEEBURGER AG Co-CEO expressed his congrats via video and said that EDI serves as base for business transformation will be of vital importance for every phase of the HIT project. He is convinced that the SEEBURGER team will apply their best practice for HASCO HIT by offering professional consulting, design and implementation services to realize a comprehensive and seamless business integration as part of HIT. About SEEBURGER SEEBURGER AG is a leading global provider of standardized industry-specific solutions for the digitalization of internal and external business processes (both from technical and business perspective) – with the most comprehensive solution for SAP users – either as a cloud service, on-premise or as a hybrid integration solution. The technological foundation is the SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite – a central, company-wide data hub for all integration tasks and for secure data transfer. SEEBURGER customers benefit from over 30 years of industry expertise and process know-how from projects at more than 10,000 companies such as Bosch, EMMI, EnBW, E.ON, Hapag-Lloyd, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen, LichtBlick, Lidl, Linde and OSRAM , Ritter Sport, RWE, SCHIESSER, SEW-EURODRIVE, s.Oliver, SupplyOn, Volkswagen and others. Since its founding in 1986, Bretten has been the company's headquarters. SEEBURGER maintains 11 subsidiaries in Europe, Asia and North America. For more information:

Luft L.,Sielmanns Naturlandschaft Doberitzer Heide GGmbH | Luft L.,University of Potsdam | Neumann C.,Helmholtz Center Potsdam | Freude M.,Seeburger | And 2 more authors.
Ecological Indicators | Year: 2014

Military areas are valuable habitats and refuges for rare and endangered plants and animals. We developed a new approach applying innovative methods of hyperspectral remote sensing to bridge the existing gap between remote sensing technology and the demands of the nature conservation community. Remote sensing has already proven to be a valuable monitoring instrument. However, the approaches lack the consideration of the demands of applied nature conservation which includes the legal demands of the EU Habitat Directive. Following the idea of the Vital Signs Monitoring in the USA, we identified a subset of the highest priority monitoring indicators for our study area. We analyzed continuous spectral response curves and tested the measurability of N = 19 indicators on the basis of complexity levels aggregated from extensive vegetation assemblages. The spectral differentiability for the floristic as well as faunistic indicators revealed values up to 100% accuracy. We point out difficulties when it comes to distinguishing faunistic habitat requirements of several species adapted to dry open landscapes, which in this case results in Overall accuracy of 67, 87-95, and 35% in the error matrix. In summary, we provide an applicable and feasible method to facilitating monitoring military areas by hyperspectral remote sensing in the following. © 2014 Elsevier Ltd.

Floch J.,Sintef | Fra C.,Telecom Italia | Fricke R.,Condat AG | Geihs K.,University of Kassel | And 8 more authors.
Software - Practice and Experience | Year: 2013

Although the idea of context-awareness was introduced almost two decades ago, few mobile software applications are available today that can sense and adapt to their run-time environment. The development of context-aware and self-adaptive applications is complex and few developers have experience in this area. On the basis of several demonstrators built by the joint European research project MUSIC, this paper describes typical context and adaptation features relevant for the development of context-aware and self-adaptive mobile applications. We explain how the demonstrators were realised using the open-source platform MUSIC and present the feedback of the developers of these demonstrators. The main contribution of this paper is to show how the development complexity of context-aware and self-adaptive mobile applications can be mastered by using an adaptation framework such as MUSIC. Copyright © 2012 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Due to high nitrogen concentrations, two groundwater bodies in Northern Brandenburg were classified under the heading "poor (chemical) condition" according to the Water Framework Directive of the European Commission. These evaluations of the "Landesumweltamt Brandenburg" were based on several investigations that compared the hydrogeochemical data with the quality norm for nitrate and with the threshold value for ammonia from the European Groundwater Directive. By sampling with direct push techniques, we re-analysed the extent of contamination in order to decide whether the water quality could be improved in a cost-effective manner. Based on the newly established data set, the area of contamination could be more precisely delineated with geostatistical techniques. This helped to determine whether the previous evaluation of local groundwater quality was still valid. © 2010 Springer-Verlag.

Maschke C.,Seeburger
Noise & health | Year: 2011

Research on systematic noise effects started in Germany back in the fifties with basic experimental studies on humans. As a result, noise was classified as a non-specific stressor, which could cause an ergotropic activation of the complete organism. In the light of this background research a hypothesis was proposed that long-term noise exposure could have an adverse effect on health. This hypothesis was further supported by animal studies. Since the sixties, the adverse effects of chronic road traffic noise exposure were further examined in humans with the help of epidemiological studies. More epidemiological aircraft noise studies followed in the 1970s and thereafter. The sample size was increased, relevant confounding factors were taken into account, and the exposure and health outcomes were investigated objectively and with higher quality measures. To date, more than 20 German epidemiological traffic noise studies have focused on noise-induced health effects, mainly on the cardiovascular system. In particular, the newer German noise studies demonstrate a clear association between residential exposure to traffic noise (particularly night noise) and cardiovascular outcomes. Nevertheless, additional research is needed, particularly on vulnerable groups and multiple noise exposures. The epidemiological findings have still not been fully considered in German regulations, particularly for aircraft noise. The findings, however, were taken into account in national recommendations. The Federal Environment Agency recommends noise rating levels of 65 dB(A) for the day and 55 dB(A) for the night, as a short-term goal. In the medium term, noise rating levels of 60 / 50 (day, night) should be reached and noise rating levels of 55 / 45 in the long run.

Rucker J.,TU Brandenburg | Barsch A.,Seeburger | Nixdorf B.,TU Brandenburg
WasserWirtschaft | Year: 2015

Trophic pressure is the main stressor for lakes. The aim of the EU Water Framework Directive is to reach a good ecological status for all water bodies. Assessment systems basing on ecological response of water plants (flora) for natural lakes and results of 183 lakes in Brandenburg are presented. Although there was an improvement of water quality as it is demonstrated for two lakes in the region of Lake Scharmiitzelsee since 1994, more than 80% of Brandenburg lakes do not achieve the good ecological status yet. In some cases the assessment by different ecological quality components (phytoplankton and macrophytes) differs remarkably. Reasons for these discrepancies are discussed. The comparison with target values for nutrient concentrations show that present phosphorus and nitrogen concentrations are still too high.

Since the severe 1997 summer flood about 145 kilometres of total 184 km fluvial levees have been reinforced with costs of 250 million Euros along the Oder river in the Federal State of Brandenburg. The present paper calls this flood event to mind, describes the used standard levee layout and presents the whole levee construction program. Furthermore the know-how and the experience gained with the refurbished levees during the summer flood 2010 are discussed.

Khanna R.,Seeburger
Computer Fraud and Security | Year: 2013

According to a recent study by the Ponemon Institute, each data breach costs British businesses up to £138,700, and it takes each firm over nine months to recover.1,2 With data security a number one priority, why are data breaches still costing UK businesses billions of pounds a year? The answer lies in the discrepancies between the perceived threats to data security and the actual drivers of data breaches in businesses. To effectively tackle data security and minimise data breaches, businesses need to address what makes them vulnerable - Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), consumer technologies and out of date strategies for sharing and protecting data. Solutions such as Managed File Transfer (MFT) are breaking new ground by providing a way to manage data sharing, minimising risk through centrally controlling and tracking both impromptu and scheduled data transfer, explains Rohit Khanna of Seeburger. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd.

The invention subject to this document describes methods for data transformations for hierarchical documents and relational databases. Data transformations ensure the interoperability between different organisations as well as different tools. The XQuery-standard is an example for a language that allows to create such transformations. The invention claimed is suited to interpret and execute XQuery-defined transformations. It comprises methods that can also be applied on other transformation languages. A procedure is described that includes the compilation of mappings into a set of interconnected operators exchanging data in form of tuple streams, including several optimizations to improve the performance of the basic procedure and reduce memory- as well as hard-disk consumption.

Loading Seeburger collaborators
Loading Seeburger collaborators