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Quantum Technologies#

Micro- and nanotechnologies are important " bridging devices" to bring quantum computing from the Lab to the application.

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Measurement setup for an eight-channel ultrasonic transceiver chip

Ultrasound-based proximity sensors for human-machine interaction#

Researchers at Fraunhofer EMFT are working on building a modularized MEMS technology and sensor platform for interactive, intelligent systems.

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New center for sustainable agriculture#

Fraunhofer Gesellschaft is planning a center for biogenic value creation and smart farming in Bavaria and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Fraunhofer EMFT will bring in its long-term competences in the field of sensor development, e.g. for detection of plant diseases and for enhancing food quality and security.

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Ekg. Blue sinusoidal pulse lines, monitor with heartbeat signal. Cardiogram pulsing, resuscitation hospital equipment healthcare vector technology background

Innovative sensor technology for cardiac monitoring#

In the EU project SmartVista, researchers from Fraunhofer EMFT are contributing on the development of an autonomous, multimodal monitoring platform for vital signs. The system aims at being seamlessly integrated into the skin and helping to reduce the death rate from sudden cardiac death.

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Annual Report 2020

Munich Quantum Valley (MQV) –Nucleus for the Second Quantum Revolution in Bavaria

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