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Foundation stone for new research building

With the laying of the foundation stone on June 1, 2018, we celebrated the start of the construction of our new Institute building. In the presence of the Saxon State Minister, Dr Eva-Maria Stange, the Parliamentary Secretary of State in the Federal Ministry of Research, Thomas Rachel, Member of the German Parliament, and the Fraunhofer President, Professor Reimund Neugebauer, the work thus began on the new five-story building at 16 Münchner Straße in Dresden.

 

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.

 

Future-proofed for Digitization

In the European research initiative “Productive 4.0”, more than 100 partners from business and industry have come together to advance the field of industrial digitalization and networking.

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