Vectorform will provide insight to the Digital Product School (DPS) innovation program in Munich, Germany as an Expert and Experience Partner, through the innovation process on topics such as AR, VR, voice user interface and more.

MUNICH, GERMANY—(May 17, 2017)— Vectorform, inventor of digital products and experiences, joins the Digital Product School (DPS) innovation program in Munich, Germany as an Expert and Experience Partner. Vectorform will provide insight through the innovation process on topics such as augmented reality, virtual reality, voice user interface and more.

The Digital Product School (DPS) is a three-month full-time training program by UnternehmerTUM GmbH. Each year, the DPS brings together 100 product managers, interaction designers, software developers, and artificial intelligence specialists to develop unique digital products in a cross-functional team environment.

DPS is formed through UnternehmerTUM, the Digital Hub Mobility division within the digital hub initiative of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy. Program affiliates and participants include Audi, BMW, Daimler, Adidas, IBM Watson, and SAP.

“We were overwhelmed by the willingness to support DPS within the Munich-based tech scene, especially around the content contribution.”

Thomas Zeller, managing director, Digital Product School

“We are honored to join the Digital Product School as an Expert and Experience Partner,” said Martin Tabery, managing director, Vectorform. “The program is truly unique and we see many parallels to our daily work as Inventors at Vectorform. The topics are really exciting and relevant. We are looking forward to lending our expertise and discussing future innovation projects with the participants in a number of thematic areas.”

“We were overwhelmed by the willingness to support DPS within the Munich-based tech scene, especially around the content contribution,” said Thomas Zeller, managing director, Digital Product School. “Renowned digital companies and product agencies now belong to the experience partners network, supporting the DPS with workshops, experience reports and onsite at their facilities.”

How to Communicate with Machines

Vectorform also spoke at the DPS in-house MeetUp series called “Product Leaks” on May 18, 2017. The topic, how to communicate with machines, was be facilitated by Johannes Start, senior solution engineer, mobile & emerging technologies at Vectorform.


About Vectorform

Vectorform invents digital products and experiences for the world’s leading brands, with a focus on Mobile, Augmented, Virtual, and Mixed Reality, Internet of Things, Smart Home, Connected Vehicle and Wearable Technology. Founded in 1999, Vectorform has five global offices: Seattle, Detroit, New York, Munich and Hyderabad. Visit Vectorform.com and connect on FacebookTwitterLinkedIn, and Google+.

About Digital Product School (DPS)

Digital Product School (DPS) is a three month full-time program that aims to educate the next generation of digital product makers. Together with industry partners, they developed a unique program that delivers hands-on experience in digital product development. Students, graduates, researchers, and industry experts come together under one roof to gain practical working experience – provided through collaboration with experienced product teams and industry experts. DPS is hosted by IBM Watson IoT in the Highlight Towers Munich, with high-tech workshop facilities hosted by UnternehmerTUM at the Makerspace in Garching. Learn more at http://digitalproductschool.io.

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