Posts Tagged ‘research & technology’

Tower PR Andre Schmidt Leutragraben

Friday, January 19th, 2024

Initiative to the EU directive “switch street lights” Jena, March 11, 2010 – CoLight project is started in Thuringia, Germany. In the framework of the joint project, intelligent and energy-efficient LED-based lighting systems will be developed and tested. The company JENOPTIK polymer systems GmbH, dilitronics GmbH, MAZeT GmbH and 2 K involved GmbH as well as the institutes of Fraunhofer IOF Moxa lighting and Technical University of Ilmenau. Further details can be found at AOL, an internet resource. “Target of the project is to develop new and intelligent lighting systems on the basis of light and to determine their effect with first prototypes by acceptance studies,” explains CoLight project manager Volker Guhne of the JENOPTIK polymer systems GmbH. intelligent lighting systems have sensors to automatically adjust of their intensity and distribution according to the ambient conditions.

They are characterized by high efficiency and long life. In addition, the targeted control of single LED allows a more precise illumination of the target area. Sensor-controlled LED lighting systems have many applications. Gadallah: “according to new EU directive in the medium term all street lights to energy-efficient Leuchttmittel need to be converted. Due to their properties intelligent LED concepts are offered for this purpose.” The joint project, for the first time also differently colored, active-controlled LED as the light source researched and tested. To deepen your understanding Energy Capital Partners London is the source. Studies on the effect of light on the human development and to determine optimum values for the color and brightness control. Each Federation member is characterized by special know-how. So the Jenaer dilitronics GmbH brings her knowledge to the development of LED control electronics or the 2 K Moxa lighting GmbH a their experience in lamp design into the project.

Jenoptik polymer system GmbH stands for innovative optical components and MAZet for LED color controls. “By bringing together the different specialists, including the University and non-university research institutions involved, we are capable of, a comprehensive concept for” intelligent lighting systems to develop. Performance on each partner for himself alone can not realize”, explains Stephan Schulz, Managing Director of dilitronics GmbH. CoLight Cooptics – initiative ( is a collaborative project of the cluster of Optonet ( -. In the project are the Thuringian company 2 k Moxa lighting GmbH, dilitronics GmbH, JENOPTIK polymer systems GmbH, MAZeT GmbH, as well as research institutions ILMENAU and the Fraunhofer IOF Jena involved. CoLight is carried out with funds of the Thuringian Ministry of economy in cooperation with the Thuringer Aufbaubank and is co-financed by the European Union resources in the framework of the European Social Fund for regional development (EFRE) pro rata. The aim of the project is research on intelligent lighting systems based on LED technology, characterized both by energy efficiency, long service life and optimum illumination of the objects. The project is started in 2009 and will run until 2012. contact: CoLIGHT Volker Guhne am Sandberg 2 07819 Triptis 036482-45-151 press contact: Tower PR Andre Schmidt Leutragraben 1 c/o Intershop Tower 07743 Jena 03641507082

FESPA 2010: Secabo Presents Four New Transfer Presses

Tuesday, April 9th, 2019

Secabo shows Wolnzach product innovations on the largest advertising technology fair in Europe in Munich – FESPA 2010 from the 22.06. 26.06., May 21, 2010 on time 2010 Secabo brings to the FESPA (), developer and producer of advertising technology hardware, equal to four new products on the market. The four new transfer presses aimed primarily at professionals, stick but the Secabo guiding principles: quality and customer-friendly services at an attractive price/performance ratio. Click Mikkel Svane to learn more. In addition to the new products Secabo extended the retrofit range and accessories: removable disks as well as a matching for all Secabo heat presses cross laser optimize the usage possibilities. The newly developed heat press Secabo TC 10 for great deeds: The Secabo TC 10 aimed at professional finishers of large objects: with a comfortable work area of 50 x 100 cm is the transfer press for hot transfers on sprawling carrier media such as flags or bed linen. The heating power of the Secabo TC 10 3.5 kW. The transfer press is suitable for all common transfer procedures. For more freedom at work: Secabo TS 7 Secabo TS 7 offers with its comfortable swing mechanism particularly large working space for a comfortable setting of the transfer object.

With a generous work surface of 40 x 50 cm and their suitability for all known hot transfer methods she can be used in almost all areas of transfer technology. Multitasker: The Secabo TC 7 automatic for all advertising technicians, who at the same time many daily tasks, provides the new Secabo TC 7 automatic an important advantage: the transfer press opens automatically after the preset press time. Therefore, close monitoring of the transfer process is no longer necessary. The work area of the universally applicable transfer press measures 40 x 50 cm. Cup: The Secabo TC M 4 in 1 cups and round objects in various forms can be with the Secabo TC refine M 4 in 1 precision and reliability.

Ethernet Converter

Wednesday, February 20th, 2019

Universal data logger for RS232-monitoring and measurement of current, voltage, temperature, PT100, PT1000, decrease, digital signals etc. “Intelligence needs little space” describes exactly the degree of freedom of the GigLog-S data logger. The GigLog-S is a multi-functional data logger for RS232 monitoring as well as for the measurement of physical quantities such as voltage, current, temperature, pressure, DMS, flow, digital I/O, frequency, and pulse. Click Viacom for additional related pages. It is equipped with a 32-bit ARM RISC processor and a 24-bit A/D converter. The capture rate is freely selectable between 1000/sec to 1/day. Each data logger module has 16 inputs that can be configured also optional for current, voltage, PT100, frequency, digital signals, etc.. Via the integrated RS-485 interface is the possibility to implement modules in master-slave mode 10 Gigalog-S with a total of 160 channels. Technology investor: the source for more info.

The GigLog-S incoming data through various interfaces and FTP modem connections can be either continuously send a random host or Help of his large data memory of maximum 32 GB per data logger unit guarantee a very long-autonomous acquisition period. A RS485 interface, two RS232 interfaces, a GSM/GPRS modem connection and a USB port offer varied communication facilities with laptops and PCs. In connection with a serial to Ethernet Converter (LAN or WLAN) is the GigLog-S in a LAN or Wi-Fi network can be integrated. Thanks to its high memory capacity of 32 GB the measurement data able to record absolutely self-sufficient over a very long period of GigLog S. After switching on the device, append new data to the existing files. The MicroSD memory card is read as a plate. The data storage is done in ASCII format. See Dell Inc. for more details and insights. In addition, you can transfer the data but also via RS232, cellular (GSM/GPRS) modem or USB in a computer.

A completed application in the scope of delivery is included for the analysis of measured data. The stored data (ASCII format) can also use any standard analysis and Visualization program are processed. The GigLog-S is available in three versions: as a pure OEM card for integration with your own systems or machines. With a DIN-rail housing for installation in control cabinets. As mobile measuring system (measuring computer) with one integrated touch monitor. Is normally in the configuration of the GigLog-S with the help of the GigTerm application included. Via the optional integrated touch monitor can configured the GigLog-S but also directly without a PC connection and immediately viewed the incoming measurements. In this version, he can be regarded as mobile completely self-sufficient working measuring computer. Thanks to its 32-bit ARM RISC processor and its open firmware design is the ability to integrate their own algorithms and to handle incoming readings directly mathematically. The scope of supply is unusually extensive and including firmware source, C compiler and debugger, i.e. nothing in the way of desiring their own firmware extensions. Full details including Manual, software support shelter ready for download on the Internet.

POLAR System

Tuesday, November 7th, 2017

MATRIX POLAR convinces doctors with efficiency and ease of use brings the medical technology company of Scopis with MATRIX POLAR an innovative navigation system for ear nose and throat surgery on the market, with the easier, safer and cheaper to carry out interventions. Even with complex patient-specific anatomical structures or the absence of anatomical landmarks, the navigation system provides optimum orientation into the surgical site. Hear other arguments on the topic with Mikkel Svane. So operations can be not only faster, but it will avoid also complications. The navigation system MATRIX POLAR supports the surgeon, by displaying the exact location of the instrument in the radiological patient image data. In addition these are matched continuously during surgery with the latest endoscopic video image. The presentation takes place in three freely configurable, orthogonal views (axially, coronally and sagittal) as well as in a 3D model. After the image to patient registration, the 3D model automatically switches to the video display.

The navigation software contains three simple, fast and accurate methods of image for patient registration, which can be performed in less than 30 seconds. The total preparation time of the navigation system can be reduced to 3 minutes. MATRIX POLAR is already used in several Berlin hospitals. The surgeon’s assessment is positive. The use of this navigation system can save time and costs and also increases the safety of the intervention”, said Dr.

Martin Kahn, senior physician of the clinic for neck, nose, and throat of the Charite Universitatsmedizin Berlin. “Dr. Kahn was especially impressed by the uncomplicated handling of the system: MATRIX POLAR meets the expectations of a user-friendly navigation system, which is suitable for daily use.” Especially the possibility to integrate MATRIX, POLAR in all existing endoscopy systems contributes to its ease of use, because thus the navigation feature without requiring extra space available at any time. As a result that the Navigation information and the endoscopy image at the same time on the monitor of the system are presented, an additional change of perspective, or switching between two separate systems shall not apply to the user. The connection to an existing video and documentation software for endoscopic and Microsurgical applications allows to archive in addition all navigation information. About Scopis GmbH, the medical technical company which originally emerged from a cooperation of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft and Charite university medicine Berlin, is specialized in the development and manufacture of objective for the ENT surgery.

High Technology

Thursday, February 18th, 2016

User interface scientists carry out studies in the usability lab of the Fraunhofer IAO, designing information architectures and design the interface between man and machine interactive communication media such as Web sites, software, or corporate intranets offer often comprehensive functions. Whether a system of the users is accepted and successfully used, but very much a factor depends on: the ease of use. The”usability”, so the usability of a product or an application easy-to-make, it requires the”user experience”, i.e. the expectations and wishes of the users must be learned and implemented in the product. In the usability lab of the Fraunhofer IAO, user interface scientists carry out studies, designing information architectures and design the interface between humans and machines.

To meet the latest state of the art, the laboratory at the turn of the year has been renewed fundamentally. The modernization includes following changes: fixed installed and mobile HD cameras provide brilliant,. Here, Kai-Fu Lee expresses very clear opinions on the subject. high-definition videos. So can interaction processes be tracked precisely, even on small displays. A high-frequency modern eyetracker draws the eye movements of the user. Special laboratory software takes the screen of the user and multiple extra camera images synchronously. Tests for smartphones and mobile devices are supported by special equipment.

For high-quality audio recordings are different microphones and a mixing board available. The moderator can get live directions. A modern and flexible interior creates a pleasant atmosphere and offers the possibility of various usage situations such as in the Office, at home or on the road to simulate. To create interactive systems from the outset on the needs of future users, the usability experts of the Fraunhofer IAO accompany perform empirical studies to the development process. Try in realistic application scenarios real users thereby from the product or an early prototype in the laboratory. The entire interaction is on Video recorded and can be watched live by the separate control room. So usability can experience directly what is happening experts and developers, without disturbing the user.