Michael Reiner

Michael Reiner
IMC University of Applied Science Krems · Department of Business Administration and E-Business Management

Prof. (FH) Mag. med. vet.

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virtual reality, augmented reality, 360 degree tours, walking in VR, training in VR, virtual worlds, metaverse

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Publications (28)
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The use of Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) for trainings in virtual settings has become increasingly popular in the last years. By using these technologies, trainees can learn how to behave and operate equipment in virtual environments before being trained in real-world settings. However, it has been reported that, especially in mot...
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Train@Train (2021–2022) is a project funded by the WST3 (Funding programs for Lower Austrian companies in the areas of business, tourism and technology) and focuses on the health and safety training for the Austrian Railway Company. In this project participants were presented a digital twin of a real locomotive and had to carry out regular health a...
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This paper aims to explore the opportunities of a virtual assessment of a historical object in a virtual environment with the help of VR glasses and which advantages and disadvantages result from such an approach. This project is a collaboration of the IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems with the project NOEDIKOM and the Burghauptmannschaft Au...
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NOEDIKOM (2021–2022) is a project funded by the WST3 (Funding programs for Lower Austrian companies in the areas of business, tourism and technology) and focuses on the digitization of gems in Lower Austria enabling the use of these digitized models to be used for various purposes such as in tourism and/or marketing. Further possibilities are the i...
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As blockchain technology is emerging, technology intensive sectors are realizing the potential of blockchain and are starting to implement it into their day-to-day business operations. With its decentralized distribution, secure verification through public-private-key cryptography and its immutability, blockchain technology can improve and shape th...
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Training for small and medium enterprises, especially in the context of leadership and digitalisation, has been traditionally carried out in form of presence workshops. Like other learning and training offers, this type of training needed to be carried out virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic, bringing advantages as well as disadvantages. Further...
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The possibility to create an additional or alternative experience for tourists using Virtual Reality (VR) has considerable potential in marketing, as an alternative to physical visits, as well as an enriching factor of a real-world experience. However, the positive experience in VR can be quickly marred by lack of usability, unmerited task load, or...
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Training for small and medium enterprises, especially in the context of leadership and digitalisation, has been traditionally carried out in form of presence workshops. Like other learning and training offers, this type of training needed to be carried out virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic, bringing advantages as well as disadvantages. Further...
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The Ergonomics and Human Factors Regional Educational CEEPUS Network was established and approved for funding as a result of collaboration between nine universities with a key role in teaching and cultivating ergonomic knowledge and the profession of ergonomist (especially in industrial and logistics systems fields). The prestigious participating u...
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This volume constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 28th European Conference on Systems, Software and Services Process Improvement, EuroSPI 2021, held in Krems, Austria, in September 2021*. The 42 full papers and 9 short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 100 submissions. The volume presents core research contributions a...
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BACKGROUND: As the COVID-pandemic has shown, the need for innovative (digitalized) solutions is in high demand across almost every field of interest. The implementation of advanced technologies in higher education provides an intriguing opportunity to expand its scope by reaching new audiences as well as ensuring a high quality of learning outcome....
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It has become common knowledge that the use of virtual reality (VR) applications can very often cause typical symptoms of motion sickness such as nausea and dizziness. For this reason, however, there are also more and more attempts to contain or completely avoid the side effect, which is meanwhile called cybersickness. This paper elaborates on a pr...
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The industry is currently undergoing tremendous changes. In the automotive domain vehicles get connected and autonomous, the powertrain gets electrified. The CO2 emissions have to be reduced as a contribution to stop the global warming. Intelligent service architectures for future e-mobility services are created, and accessibility requirements and...
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This E-book targets analysts and managers and consultants, especially employees in higher education institutions and training organisations, such as: • HEI managers, • training organisation managers, • administrators, • teachers, • professors, • researchers, • process owners, • business developers, • CxOs, • graduate or postgraduate studen...
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This paper investigates the promoting and opposing factors which determine implementation paths (or process improvements) of mixed reality applications in industrial companies. Mixed realities are defined as the combined application of virtual and augmented reality technologies. We review maturity model-related literature to ascertain which referen...
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In current markets, there is a strong need for innovation (products, marketing, etc.) to set yourself apart from competitors. However, innovation is usually labour and capital intensive, and requires qualified employees with freedom for creative endeavours. Large or medium sized companies in most cases do have resources for that. High-tech micro co...
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In work that is ongoing, the authors are examining the extent of software development process terminology drift. Initial findings suggest there is a degree of term confusion, with the mapping of concepts to terms lacking precision in some instances. Ontologies are concerned with identifying the concepts of relevance to a field of endeavour and mapp...
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In the ECQA (European Certification and Qualification Association, www. ecqa. org) there are different Job Role Committee consortia which have developed training and certificates related to entrepreneurship and innovation. This paper elaborates an innovation and improvement strategy for Europe where the different consortia join forces to form a Eur...
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The practice of software development has evolved considerably in recent decades, with new programming technologies, the affordability of hardware, pervasive internet access and mobile computing all contributing to the emergence of new software development processes. The newer process initiatives, which include those which are sometimes referred to...
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This project tried to combine students from different degree programmes together in work groups to get the best learning in communication within project teams with distributed teams. Students were given tasks weekly and reports were made continuously. Learning were made not only by programming for the companies, but also in information exchange of...
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This paper discusses (based on the EU project AQUA) how the core elements of three complementary approaches and standards can be integrated into one compact skill set with training and best practices to be applied. In this project experts from Automotive SPICE (ISO 15504), Functional Safety (ISO 26262) and Lean Six Sigma collaborate. In a first ana...
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ECQA (European Certification and Qualification Association) is the result of a series of EU funded projects from 2005–2012. This included European projects such as EQN (European Quality Network, 2005–2007), EU Certificates Campus (2008–2009) and DEUCERT (Dissemination of EU Certification), the ECQA nowadays acts as an organization that is independe...
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Authors of this paper have been founders of the EuroSPI (1994 – now, www.eurospi.net ) network with the first networking of SPI strategies published at CON’93 conference. They were also founders of the idea and establishment of a Europe wide certification network ECQA ( www.ecqa.org ) in 2005 (strategy development 2005 – 2007, online systems set u...
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Processes usually are defined according to the underlying standards (ISO 15504, ESA ECSS, ISO 9001, etc.) and are described with process steps to be performed by roles and producing results (outputs) from well-defined inputs, methods and tools to support the process steps, and activities to be done and skills to be covered by roles (Messnarz Ret et...
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Processes usually are defined according to underlying standards (ISO 15504, ESA ECSS, ISO 9001 etc) and are described with process steps to be performed by roles and producing results (outputs) from well defined inputs, methods and tools to support the process steps, and activities to be done and skills to be covered by roles [5]. Assessments and r...

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Develop prototypes in cooperation with other disciplines for SME. Business Students working together with IT and marketing students for SME to develop first prototypes of VR/AR applications.