Adaptivity is an essential property for the connected world of tomorrow. Intelligent components can independently recognize changes in their environment or within themselves, assess them and take appropriate action. As business partner, Fraunhofer IIS/EAS develops key technologies for such adaptive systems and offers innovative as well as robust solutions.

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Trailblazer for Especially Robust Vehicle Electronics

The partners in the research project "RESIST" have spent the last three years working on new approaches to the development of resilient electronic systems. Their results contribute to the next generation of especially fail-safe vehicle electronics to meet the highest quality, safety and performance standards.

 

Fraunhofer solves networked sensors‘ energy problems

In Fraunhofer‘s lighthouse project, the development of a extremely energy-efficient and modular hardware creates the basis for a comprehensive Internet of Things.

The Fraunhofer IIS/EAS is developing an ultra-low-power circuit for self-sufficient sensor applications.

 

Current EAS Newsletter

Our first newsletter in 2018 is published. Get to know more about current project and works of the division EAS.

 

Current Events

DAC 2018 from 24 to 28 June 2018

The Design Automation Conference (DAC) in San Francisco is considered the world’s most important conference and trade fair for the automated development of electronic systems.

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Wireless-networked Automation

In automation, wireless communication is more flexible and often more cost-effective than wired solutions. Wireless technologies can work just as reliably in this setting. However, for this to occur, interferences during transmission must be avoided. This is why we support you to plan and operate such systems securely – or to also analyze existing disturbances.

Research Fab Microelectronics

Fraunhofer IIS/EAS is participant of the Research Fab Microelectronics Germany.