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  • Signing Ceremony of FIP@TAU

    On June 22nd, Tel Aviv University (TAU) and Fraunhofer EMFT with guests from Israeli governmental and public bodies, industry and academia, celebrated the opening of the Fraunhofer Innovation Platform for Sensors and Applied Systems at Tel Aviv University – FIP-SENS@TAU. FIP-SENS@TAU is a Fraunhofer-like research unit, embedded in the legal structure of TAU, with the mission to promote top level multi- and interdisciplinary sensor-related research and development.

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  • Remote learning plattform for electrical interconnect technologies
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    The Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) and Fraunhofer - through its High Performance Center “Secure Intelligent Systems” (LZSiS) - have joined forces for a strategic research collaboration in order to address areas from Industry 5.0. The first common projects are focusing on the topics secure data space connections, XR technologies for remote training and education as well as wearable sensor systems for occupational safety and health.

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  • © Fraunhofer EMFT/ Bernd Müller

    According to forecasts, the global market for medical wearables will reach around 94 billion US dollars in 2022. At this year's Sensor+Test trade fair, Fraunhofer EMFT will be presenting new approaches to solutions for medical wearables for the early detection of pressure ulcers, for measuring blood pressure and for monitoring vital parameters during infectious diseases. In addition to the corresponding sensor technology, the focus here is on secure data transmission and AI-based diagnostic tools for the possible early detection of diseases.

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  • Prof. Amelie Hagelauer is a new director of the Fraunhofer Research Institution for Microsystems and Solid State Technologies EMFT. Since September 1, 2021 she leads the research institution together with Prof. Christoph Kutter. At the same time, she has accepted the chair for Micro- and Nanosystems Technology at the Technical University of Munich (TUM).

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