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  • Hidden motifs

    16.9.2019

    Microscopic imaging is an indispensable part of scientific work. Often, it produces remarkable pictures that provide a surprising insight into a world normally hidden. Some images also have an impressive aesthetic effect. Things that work well in the laboratory can also be of good use in a photo studio. Specially staged under light microscopes and macro lenses, even inconspicuous technical objects show their most beautiful sides. According to the principle of pars pro toto – one part stands for the whole – even larger thematic complexes can be communicated with the right unusual detail shots.

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  • As part of the R2D - Road to Digital Production project, Fraunhofer IIS, its SCS Center for Applied Research, and industrial partners are developing a system for digital recording and control of industrial production processes. This is intended to improve the cooperation between humans and technology in individualized production with a batch size of 1 and thus increase efficiency and quality.

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  • Fraunhofer ENAS is developing a new localization method based on magnetic fields. The inductive system allows reliable localization even in non-homogeneous and opaque substances. A first application is planned for localizing Sens-o-Spheres in bioreactors.

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  • The sensors in autonomous vehicles must be extremely reliable in order to not endanger road users. In the past, these sensors were subjected to arduous road tests. The new ATRIUM testing device from Fraunhofer FHR means that, in the future, these tests will largely take place in the lab.

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