Press Releases 2018

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  • Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) is a set of standards allowing for the timed and prioritized transmission of real-time critical messages over standard Ethernet hardware. With the TSN IP Core, developers at Fraunhofer IPMS provide equipment manufacturers and operators the opportunity to make their devices fit for new TSN standards. Fraunhofer IPMS will be presenting the possibilities of the TSN IP Core to members of the specialist public in Hall 7a, Booth 246 at this year's SPS IPC Drives event from 27-29 November in Nuremberg.

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  • The Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems IPMS developed a unique ultrasound transducer using its MEMS technology. OtoNexus Medical Technologies, Inc. - a Seattle, WA-based startup company - is using this technology in an innovative medical device to help diagnose middle ear infections (Otitis Media). Visit our partner OtoNexus Medical Technologies at MEDICA in Düsseldorf, Germany, from November 12-15, 2018 in Hall 16, Booth D10-1.

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  • Li-Fi, the wireless transmission of data via light / 2018

    High Speed Data Transmission in Real Time

    Press Release / 5.11.2018

    Li-Fi, the wireless transmission of data via light, provides real-time communication for a variety of applications. Fraunhofer IPMS specialists will present various Li-Fi technologies for real-time requirements to the professional public during this year's electronica trade fair and conference in Munich from November 13-16, 2018.

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  • Ethernet networks with continuous real-time capability / 2018

    Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN)

    Press Release / 30.10.2018

    Fraunhofer IPMS has developed a TSN IP Core for the simplified implementation of endpoints in TSN-capable Ethernet networks. Time-Sensitive Networking now allows timed and deterministic transmission of critical real-time messages via standard Ethernet hardware across the network. Fraunhofer IPMS will present its TSN IP Core for the first time at this year's electronica trade fair and conference in Munich. Visitors can find the Fraunhofer IPMS exhibition in Hall 5, Stand 426 from 13-16 November 2018.

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  • The Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility (CNF) has entered into a partnership with the Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems (IPMS) in Dresden, Germany, to help small companies accelerate product research and development. The partners have completed a tool map – a list of tools and fabrication-process steps that both labs support – that allows companies to plan the growth of their R&D prototyping activities by minimizing technology disruptions as they transfer their micro/nanofabrication processes from lab to foundry.

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  • No Industry 4.0 without RFID and Sensors

    Press Release / 10.4.2018

    Cost reductions resulting from transparent supply chains, workpiece-controlled production lines or preventive maintenance measures would not be possible without the interaction of identification methods, sensors, software, and secure data storage concepts. Fraunhofer IPMS will demonstrate a system made up of various wireless RFID sensors, specially-developed RFID OPC UA middleware and a tamper-proof data storage concept based on blockchain technology at this year's Hannover Messe. Visitors to the world's largest trade show for industrial technology can view the Fraunhofer IPMS system demonstration at the OPC Foundation booth from 23-27 April.

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  • Researchers at Fraunhofer IPMS have developed a wireless, battery-free RFID sensor able to monitor both temperature and deformations on metallic rotating parts such as shafts or spindles. Experts will present the complete Fraunhofer IPMS portfolio for the automation industry at the 2018 RFID Journal LIVE!, the world's largest conference for RFID technology, taking place in Orlando, Florida USA from April 10-12.

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  • Blockchain is the new magic word in logistics, providing all members a transparent supply chain in which goods and status data are securely recorded and exchanged. Fraunhofer IPMS in Dresden has developed wireless RFID sensor systems to be used for identification and status purposes in a wide range of industries and also offers software solutions based on these systems that can be extended by blockchain concepts. Experts from Fraunhofer IPMS will be on hand at the 2018 LogiMat International Trade Fair for Intralogistics Solutions and Process Management to present these new products.

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