Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS

Research for the Future

The Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS is one of the world’s leading application-oriented research institutions for microelectronic and IT system solutions and services. By driving technology ideas and anticipating and inspiring the technologies and applications of tomorrow, we are playing a major role in maintaining Germany’s technological leadership.

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EagleCam

In the air with the EagleCam: the Fraunhofer IIS high-performance EagleCam offers maximum potential for making films and nature documentaries, as well as a wide range of application scenarios. The EagleCam was most recently used in the Austrian drama »Borthers of the Wind«.

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News

All news at a glance can be found in our press section.

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Fraunhofer IIS

Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS
Am Wolfsmantel 33
91058 Erlangen
Phone +49 9131 776-0
Fax +49 9131 776-2019

 

 

 

Press Release / 7.6.2016

World Premiere: “ValuCT” Delivers New Price-Performance Model for Industrial NDT

WCNDT, booth no. FE 23: world premiere at the World Congress for Non-Destructive Testing in Munich: in cooperation with the American enterprise VJ Technologies the Development Center for X-ray Technology EZRT of the Fraunhofer IIS presents the cost-effective One-Click-CT System “ValuCT” The system provides two- and three-dimensional X-ray images with only one touch of a button – without any previous knowledge on the part of the user, dramatically reducing training and operating costs. The product is debuting at the WCNDT Conference in the
VJ Technologies booth no. FE 23 First Floor Foyer from June 13 to 17.

Press / 10.5.2016

Digital Radio for the World

Digital radio makes spherics and crackling interference in radio broadcast a thing of the past. New technologies from Fraunhofer IIS make it possible for digital radio to replace analogue short and medium wave broadcasting around the world. Even local FM transmissions are being converted to digital. As a result, Digital radio listeners benefit from clear reception, a wider range of programming, and additional information via data services without having to pay for a costly Internet connection.

Press / 28.4.2016

Analytica 2016: SCube® – automated microscope scanner

Erlangen/Munich, April 28, 2016 – Analytica, Hall A1, Booth 526: The SCube® is a fully automatic microscopic scanning system developed by the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS. Highlights of the system include its suitability for a wide range of analyses, support for both transmitted-light and fluorescence microscopy, attractive pricing and compact size. Because it features a modular design, it can be custom configured to meet individual user needs. Researchers are presenting the scanner at the Analytica trade fair from May 10-13, 2016 in Munich.

Press - 13/04/2016

Kai Media Integrates Fraunhofer’s MPEG-H Audio in New 4K UHD Live Broadcast Encoder

In an effort to develop advanced broadcast encoding solutions, Kai Media takes cutting-edge steps in Korean broadcast market with the integration of MPEG-H Audio software from the world-renowned audio experts at Fraunhofer IIS. The latest broadcast encoder developed by Kai Media, the KME-U4K, will support MPEG-H Audio encoding of immersive and interactive sound.

 

Exhibitions

We inform about our research results at exhibitions and international conferences. Please come see us!

Blogs

Blog: Thematic Worlds
Are you aware of the myriad ways our technologies touch your life? To find out, explore our four  thematic worlds, which we cover in a clear and concise multimedia blog. Enjoy!

 

Fraunhofer Audio-Blog
A look at the world of audio coding

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Smart Toothbrush

Based on the image analysis and inertial sensors by Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS, Procter & Gamble is now presenting a new smart tooth-brushing system.

Fraunhofer Prize 2016

Digital Radio for the World

Digital radio makes spherics and crackling interference in radio broadcast a thing of the past. New technologies from Fraunhofer IIS make it possible for digital radio to replace analogue short and medium wave broadcasting around the world.

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