Fraunhofer had several types of technologies and devices on show. Marius Siegfarth, Research Associate at Fraunhofer, told IDTechEx about a particular project involving the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in catheter interventions.
Fraunhofer were also exhibiting a sensor-based assessment system (SEBA), also referred to as Healthband. It was developed through a collaboration between Fraunhofer, Rostock University, Hahn-Schickard, Hamburg Applications and Healthcare X.0. The project is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi)
Novel color sensors are less expensive to manufacture
In the FOWINA project, researchers have developed novel color sensors with a special microlens arrangement. The sensors can be realized directly on the chip and combine multiple functions in a minimum of space.
Fraunhofer IIS's thermogenerator wristbands
A representative of Fraunhofer IIS discusses their thermogenerator wristbands, which upconvert voltage collected to power commercial devices, such as bluetooth devices, smart watches, etc.
Fraunhofer IIS: Show Bluetooth Wristband at the IDTechEx Show!
Video interview with Fraunhofer IIS from the Energy Harvesting & Storage USA exhibition, part of the IDTechEx Show!
Fraunhofer ISC presents new textile-integrated sensors, IDTechEX 2015
Fraunhofer ISC, the leading European organization for applied research, will present its competence in wearable and flexible technology for medical devices and technical textiles at the IDTechEx Show! that takes place in Santa Clara from 18-19 November.
Fraunhofer ISC enables wearable technology for medical devices
Fraunhofer ISC presents its competence in wearable and flexible technology for medical devices and technical textiles at the IDTechEX Show!, Santa Clara (USA) from 18th to 19th November 2015.
Flexible battery management for complex battery systems
The flexible battery management system of Fraunhofer IIS is able to work with different cell numbers and combinations. It can monitor any series or parallel connection of battery cells.
First bluetooth low energy wristband with thermoelectric energy supply
The BlueTEG sensor wristband measures sensor readings such as the ambient temperature or acceleration rates and transmits this data via Bluetooth to a smartphone or tablet PC.
Energy Harvesting & Storage and Wireless Sensor Networks & RTLS awards
On Tuesday the 15th of May in Berlin, Germany, IDTechEx recognised innovation once more with the Energy Harvesting & Storage and Wireless Sensor Networks & RTLS awards, in a ceremony that took place on the first day of the IDTechEx conference on the topic.
Winners of the IDTechEx Energy Harvesting and WSN Awards
At the Energy Harvesting & Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) awards dinner on November 15 in Boston, USA companies were recognized for making significant technical or commercial progress with these technologies.