More room for adaptive systems

Groundbreaking ceremony for new building at our EAS division in Dresden

Right next to the campus of the Technische Universität Dresden, a new building is currently being built for our EAS Engineering of Adaptive Systems division. This will greatly improve the conditions in which our Dresden site can carry out research work into complex electronic systems, intelligent sensor technology and automation solutions. In particular, the numerous spaces for experiment halls, electronics laboratories and measuring rooms, which make up more than a quarter of the usable floor space, will offer the researchers ideal conditions for new developments.

The future workspaces are expected to be ready for occupation in 2020. With total floor space of around 4,300 square meters, the new institute building on Münchner Strasse will be about twice as large as the currently available spaces at

the longstanding site on Zeunerstrasse. A capital budget of some 25 million euros was set aside to complete the building. Around 20 percent of this total comes from the German federal government, around 20 percent from the Free State of Saxony and around 60 percent from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).