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Summer "KI4me" roadshow in Saxony

The "KI4me" roadshow, which will tour Saxony in the summer of 2019, supports the transfer of technological knowledge from the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the provision of existing technologies for companies with project workshops of AI actors, among other things. The next roadshow stop will take place on 28 August in Krauschwitz (Lusatia).


Long Night of the Sciences 2019 at Fraunhofer IIS/EAS

The 17th Dresden Long Night of Sciences took place on Friday, 14 June, between 6 pm and 1 am. Under the motto "Science instead of pillow fight", the entire spectrum of excellent science and research could be experienced by all at 66 locations throughout the city. Fraunhofer IIS/EAS also opened its laboratories.


Automated development of complex energy management systems

An integrated management concept is necessary to ensure an optimal energy mix and operation of energy storage systems for building complexes with a decentralized energy system. The ARCHE project simplifies the planning and use of self-optimizing controller architectures for these systems.


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