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2.8.2022

Smart cities: How does a city become fit for the future?

Series: Quantum technologies / 21.7.2022

Quantum machine learning at Fraunhofer IIS: An interview with Dr. Daniel Scherer

Series: Artificial Intelligence / 29.6.2022

High distinction, more networking: Prof. Ute Schmid named EurAI Fellow

Smart Sensing and Electronics / 29.6.2022

An anniversary upgrade for SHORE® facial analysis with artificial intelligence

Positioning and Networks / 24.5.2022

mioty® ̶ The all-around talent for industrial IoT applications handles 3.5 million messages per day

Smart Sensing and Electronics / 19.5.2022

RFicient® chip wins Joseph von Fraunhofer Prize 2022

Communication Systems / 9.5.2022

Fraunhofer IIS opens 5G test bed for automotive applications

Series: eResourcing / 6.5.2022

Using data to create more sustainability

How data recycling and clever use of the data life cycle lead to greater sustainability in business and industry

Audio and Media Technologies / 21.4.2022

Fraunhofer IIS introduces its JPEG XS ultra-low-latency software implementation at NAB 2022

Series: AI / 21.3.2022

Dr. Marco Breiling – “We can’t wait for the rest of the world”

Series:AI / 18.3.2022

Fraunhofer-project SEC-Learn

Cognitive Sensor Technologies / Smart Sensing and Electronics / 16.12.2021

Gas pipelines for hydrogen?

Series eResourcing / 2.2.2022

eResourcing: Keeping an eye on a plant’s development

Audio and Media Technologies / 1.3.2022

Fraunhofer IIS and intoPIX team with Vectis to offer JPEG XS patent pool license

Audio and Media Technologies / 18.1.2022

MPEG-H Audio selected as sole mandatory audio system for Brazil’s next-generation TV 3.0 broadcast service

Cognitive Sensor Technologies / Smart Sensing and Electronics / 20.12.2021

How can cardiac activity be measured in a simple, integrated way and, above all, conveniently and comfortably?

Cognitive Sensor Technologies / Smart Sensing and Electronics / 14.12.2021

Matthias Struck heads the Center for Sensor Technology and Digital Medicine

Audio and Media Technologies / 3.12.2021

Grupo Rede Amazônica rolls out MPEG-H on their free-to-air Amazon Sat broadcast channel

Positioning and Networks / 22.11.2021

mioty technology protocol integrated in Silicon Labs Series 2 sub-GHZ SoC platform

Development Center X-ray Technology / 25.10.2021

“Our systems help find the perfect plant”

Audio and Media Technologies / 22.10.2021

Sony has licensed MPEG-H Audio Decoder Software and joined the MPEG-H Trademark Program

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  • Developed at the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS and used around the world, the SHORE® facial detection and emotion analysis software library is turning 15 years old. Fraunhofer IIS is marking the occasion by releasing a new version with additional features. SHORE® uses highly efficient AI algorithms that enable image-based analysis of human expressions in line with German and EU data protection standards. The technology has a wide range of applications, including gaining insights into psychological disorders and researching the effects of advertising.

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  • © Fraunhofer IIS/Kurt Fuchs

    Robust transmission of sensor data for condition monitoring and smart metering – this is what recommends the wireless and standardized transmission technology mioty from the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS for applications in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). But it can do even more: it enables hundreds of thousands of sensors to be connected via just one base station. This is a huge advantage, especially in the smart city and smart building sectors with many end devices. Using mioty, 3.5 million messages per base station can be read out and transmitted per day.

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  • © Fraunhofer / Piotr Banczerowski

    Keeping things constantly connected to the internet costs energy — a lot of energy. Even small Internet-of-Things nodes run out of battery entirely in just a few weeks. All of this is changing with the RFicient® chip, developed by the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS, which saves power consumption by up to 99 percent. This development is a big step forward for the Internet of Things and has secured the Joseph von Fraunhofer Prize for the developer team. The Prize is awarded to employees of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft for their outstanding scientific achievements in solving application-related problems.

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  • Erlangen/Rosenheim: On May 5, 2022, the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS officially opened its 5G Bavaria automotive test bed. In a five-kilometer test area located on the southern edge of the Bavarian city of Rosenheim, automotive companies now have the opportunity to put 5G functions for connected driving through their paces in a realistic environment.

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    The Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS announces its ultra-low-latency software implementation of JPEG XS on DELTACAST´s video I/O solution with a latency far below one frame. This will allow broadcast equipment developers and implementers to benefit from JPEG XS in terms of low latency but also low complexity within their devices and equipment. It will boost the possibility to transmit extremely high-quality images and videos over IP and to set up collaborative, remote processes within a broadcast or professional video production environment.

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  • Erlangen, Germany; Mont-Saint-Guibert, Belgium; London, UK: Fraunhofer IIS and intoPIX, the main JPEG XS standard patent holders, announce the creation and availability of a JPEG XS patent pool administered by Vectis IP. The new pool enables manufacturers, developers, and implementers to efficiently license JPEG XS standard essential patents using the framework of fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory licensing. JPEG XS is the new lightweight low latency codec that can be used to improve connectivity in video workflows.

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  • The Brazilian SBTVD Forum recently finalized the technical evaluation phase of the TV 3.0 Project for the definition of the next-generation television system in Brazil. It comprised a detailed technical evaluation of all proposed technologies. As a result, the MPEG-H Audio system was selected as the sole mandatory audio codec for the future Brazilian broadcast system.

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  • © Fraunhofer IIS/Lisa Gauthier

    Erlangen, Germany/Austin (TX), USA: The standardized Fraunhofer mioty protocol stack for Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) and IoT applications is implemented and tested in the newly introduced wireless bidirectional sub-GHZ SoC (System on Chip) Series 2 platform EFR32FG23 (FG23) from Silicon Labs. The single-die, multi-core solution presents extremely low transmit and receive radio power together with robust RF performance and deep indoor penetration

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