Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe 2010
Energy Harvesting & Storage Europe 2010


Company Visits/Tours

On 25 and 28 May IDTechEx will host visits to local organisations developing or implementing Energy Harvesting or Wireless Sensing & Locating technologies.
The tours offer a rare chance to visit the leading organisations in and around Munich and to see for yourself the progress being made in these high-potential technologies.
The tours will run between the morning and afternoon Masterclasses; you may only select one tour per day. Lunch and transport are provided. Please note that preference is given to attendees on the Masterclasses*.

Please email Corinne Jennings,, if you would like to register your name for one of these tours.
25 may
Facility Ing. Gruppe München / EnOcean Alliance

Ingenieurgruppe München is an Engineering-Office or Specifier which is doing planning for electricity and HVAC  (Heating Ventilating Air-Conditioning) for Commercial Buildings. They “Take the best Solution for the Building.”

IG München is using EnOcean-Technology for several Projects.  It is a very flexible system, for energy efficient buildings and has many benefits for builders, users and building professionals.

Demonstration Office-Building MGS (Facility Ing.Gruppe München)




The EnOcean Alliance is a consortium of around 100 innovative international companies working to further develop and promote self-powered wireless monitoring and control systems for sustainable buildings by formalising the interoperable wireless standard. The EnOcean Alliance has the largest installed base of field-proven wireless building automation networks in the world. EnOcean GmbH is the innovator and producer of the award-winning and widely patented battery-free wireless sensor technology. EnOcean's unique combination of miniaturized energy harvesting modules with ultra-low-power radio technology is the basis for innovative maintenance-free wireless sensors.
28 may
Fraunhofer IZM
Fraunhofer Institute Reliability and Microintegration, IZM, Munich Branch, Polytronic Systems department.
The department Polytronic Systems of IZM, Munich Branch, develops components and hetero-integration technologies for „Large Area Electronics“, especially for ‘ubiquitous systems’ by integrating e.g. electronics and sensors, batteries or microfluidic systems. Profound knowledge in fabrication of electronics and sensors from organic semiconductors (polymer electronics) complete the department’s competence in hetero-integration. Low-cost reel to reel processes on flexible substrate materials such as plastic films or paper are established as key fabrication technology. The department operates an application centre that provides unique possibilities for developing and producing flexible systems using industrial equipment. A key aspect of our approach of system design by hetero-integration is advanced fabrication processes for thin silicon substrates. These substrates cover the full range of thickness, from commercial through to flexible silicon of less than 10 to 30 μm, and the fabrication processes have been combined to a closed thinning, handling and separation technique. Nanotechnologies, such as nanocontacts (nanolawn), surface programming and self organisation for chip assembly are investigated.
*Tours are hosted by the company, who have the right to decline someone from attending. This is beyond the control of IDTechEx and you will be informed of this as quickly as possible if this is the case.
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