The AI-Navigator

A structured toolset for the successful implementation of AI Projects in Your company

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has long since found its way into our everyday lives. Especially in the consumer sector, where familiar technologies such as Alexa or Siri now make our lives easier, but also in the industrial context, where automated image recognition supports quality assurance, speech recognition assists in the control of plants or in the prediction of maintenance intervals.

Nevertheless, the introduction and implementation of numerous AI projects fail and this from an economic point of view (too) late, because already during the selection of potential candidates too complex projects were selected or those that cannot be realized with the existing resources in the company. In addition to wasted expenditures, the consequences are often a reduced acceptance of the technology itself as well as a refusal attitude in the company.

This is where the AI Navigator is supposed to help. The AI Navigator is a structured tool set that supports companies of all sizes in identifying AI-ready projects and guiding them from ideation through assessment and data testing towards a successful implementation.


Find below a selection of publications about the AI Navigator toolset.


  • Humans at the Heart of AI

The paper, written by Anne Loos, Antonela Sisejkovic, and Dr. Benny Drescher, was presented at the XXXIII ISPIM Conference "Innovation in a Digital World" in Copenhagen on June 05 to 08, 2022. Misplaced goals and targets result in AI implementation projects failing due to insufficient consideration of relevant impact factors. 

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  • Set Sail to AI - InnovatieNU, University of Twente

In this article for a magazine of the AM Center at the University of Twente (Netherlands), Anne Loos & Antonela Sisejkovic explain the aims and the functionality of our AI Navigator:

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INC Invention Center

Antonela Sisejkovic

Innovation Manager
Business Unit Artificial Intelligence




Anne Loos

Executive Director
Business Unit Artificial Intelligence