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iHit Solution Engine

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Workference- Coatings go digital!

The iHIT Solution Engine

You need fast and reliable research & development processes to solve your challenges in color, coating, adhesives and 3D print industry?

Explore this disruptive concept for digital chemistry!
Our innovative iHIT Solution Engine is utilizing a combination of our novel, self-guided Machine Learning Algorithm with leading-edge, High-Throughput Automation.

Assuring fast market entry of your product. 




Let´s talk Digital Chemistry

Benefit from the iHIT Solution Engine expertise


Cut your costs

Minimize your waste

Save your resources

Reduce Research & Development errors

Create innovative formulation, up to 5 times faster

Expand your research capabilities


Disruptive concept combining Machine Learning with High-Throughput Automation

The sophisticated Machine Learning Algorithm transforms your information into a Digital Model: the Digital Twin

The Digital Twin provides you with a deeper understanding of your formulation

From the iHIT lab

To the web seminars

The iHIT lab - expansion of the OPEN INNOVATION SPACE

The Virtual iHIT lab - preview


Who profits?

Color & Coating industry

Print sector (Offset & Digital)


Polymer & Plastics industry

Additive Manufacturing 


HIT - Institute for Surface Technology

The HIT Institute at the Hochschule Niederrhein provides an OPEN LAB SPACE supporting Industry and University research. Combining Chemical Expertise, Automation, and Machine Learningwith an evolving data management system will spark your R&D and innovative product development.

At the HIT Institute you will meet both SMEs and large companies. All are driven by developing sustainable products in a short time with high resource efficiency. Our iHIT Solution Enginewill guide your efforts and ensure the best product performance for your application.

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Voucher Program

Dr. Carmen Stoffelen-Janßen
HIT – Institute for Surface Technology