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Mobile and extensible energy storage

Mobile and extensible energy storage devices as a basis for new DC grid scenarios. In the framework of Ceus, a spin-off of Fraunhofer IISB, mobile energy storage devices based on Li-Ion chemistry and containing integrated power electronics are developed. The energy capacity of these systems is approximately more

DC Backbone with power-to-gas coupling

This project demonstrates the use of new types of DC power grids, featuring innovative power electronics, reliable network communications and control mechanisms, which are also coupled with an experimental electrochemical storage approach. The partners are also conducting research into a new type of more

Energy-independent asset tracking system

Energy-independent, extremely efficient sensor nodes are one of the key technologies for the 'Green Internet of Things' and 'Smart Objects'. Pursuing a high-performance logistics solution, this project involves the implementation of an asset tracking system, including the development of the electronics more

ENET - a unique career programme

Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg and the two Fraunhofer Institutes IIS and IISB developed a new excellence programme, which combines the best of basic and applied research with industrial experience. The special feature of ENET is that the third participating party is an industrial partner, more

Wireless power and data transfer

Many applications require transferring power and data in moving systems. Examples include wind power systems with integrated electronics and actuators in the rotor blades, highly-automated autonomous production systems such as those envisioned for Industry 4.0, and robotic systems in which power and more

Sports and fitness applications

When it comes to grid-independent systems, energy efficiency is the key challenge in the area of electronics technology, especially for daily electronic accessories (wearables) used in sports and fitness applications. As a first step, researchers are planning to develop a functional demonstrator that more

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