Key Technologies for a Connected World

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Engineering of Adaptive Systems

The scientists in the Division Engineering of Adaptive Systems EAS, located in Dresden, develop key technologies for the connected world of tomorrow. Major aspects of their work are the design of reliable microchips and complex electronic systems in leading-edge semiconductor technologies as well as the corresponding design methods. Furthermore, they focus on the development of intelligent sensor systems, the analysis of large amounts of data as well as on new approaches for distributed control systems. The division develops solutions in the following fields of activity:


Tailored to current industrial needs and future challenges, the researchers work on adaptive and robust technological solutions in a broad range of applications such as mobility and industrial automation.

Services

In the research area »Development of Adaptive Systems«, we offer customized product solutions and services covering the following topics:

 

Reliability of ICs

  • Characterization of degradation at the wafer level
  • Aging modeling for transistors
  • Simulation of multi-physical effects
  • Design of stress monitors
 

Functional Safety

  • Customized system modeling
  • Fault modeling and injection
  • Verification at RTL and system level
  • Development of customer-specifif design flows and interfaces
 

Mixed-signal IC Design for Sensor Electronics

  • Customer-specific IC solutions (analog/mixed-signal)
  • Intelligent IPs for mixed-signal designs
 

System Packaging

  • Consulting on integration solutions
  • Support from design to series production
  • Simulation of thermal, electrical and mechanical effects for complex packages
  • Assembly Design Kit (ADK) for verification

 

 

Image Processing

  • Solutions for challenging industrial measurement and testing tasks
  • Modules for image processing on the basis of Vision-Systems-on-Chip and FPGAs
  • Hardware and software IP components
 

Industrial Data Analysis

  • Interdisciplinary data analysis for predictive maintenance
  • Seamless integration of big data and cloud infrastructures
  • Self-learning threshold determination
 

Energy Management

  • Analysis of operating data
  • Development of optimized control and regulation strategies
  • Implementation of regulations based on predictive models
 

Wireless Networks

  • Reliability analysis and fault diagnosis for wireless-networked automation
  • Measurement instruments and OEM modules for monitoring and fault diagnosis
  • Integration of real-time wireless systems

News

 

VISION from 6 to 8 November 2018

VISION in Stuttgart is the world's leading trade fair for image processing. Come and visit us in hall 1 at booth No. G 42 and learn more about our vision-system-on-chip and its corresponding application possibilities.

electronica from 13 to 16 November 2018

electronica in Munich is the international trade fair for electronic components, systems and applications. Fraunhofer IIS/EAS will be sharing information on topics of IC design as well as reliability and lifespan forecasting.

EAS Newsletter

The newsletter is published 4 times a year. It informs about new developments, projects or events of the research area »Engineering of Adaptive Systems EAS«.

Press Release

Trailblazer for 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.

Press Release

Reflex over Reaction

Over the last two years, Fraunhofer IIS/EAS and the semiconductor manufacturer GLOBALFOUNDRIES have worked together in the project »MARS« to advance the development of highly reliable 22 nm FDSOI components.

 

Press and Media

You can find all the latest press releases relating to this research area in the Press and Media section of Fraunhofer IIS website.

Peter Schneider

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Dr. Peter Schneider

Head of Research Area

Fraunhofer IIS, Division Engineering of Adaptive Systems EAS
Zeunerstraße 38
01069 Dresden, Germany

Phone +49 351 4640-701

Sandra Kundel

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Sandra Kundel

Communications

Fraunhofer IIS, Division Engineering of Adaptive Systems EAS
Zeunerstraße 38
01069 Dresden, Germany

Phone +49 351 4640-809