micromobility expo 2019,
02 - 04 May
CiS Forschungsinstitut für Mikrosensorik
The CiS Research Institute has developed a tiny microchip for the determination of the direction of incident light. The small design and the easy integration as well as the cost-saving MEMS manufacturing technology suitable for mass production characterize the new component. The monolithic sensor is based on four integrated photodiodes in a 3D-structured silicon substrate.
German Pavilion - Thuringia
A new hybrid micro-assembly center expands the technological basis for the development of advanced solutions for the fully automated assembly of application-specific ...
The outstanding long-term stability, the high reliability and measuring accuracy as well as the chemical resistance of the media-contacting surfaces are the hallmarks ...
CiS Research Institute is currently developing a new silicon-based MEMS sensor to verify safety-related screw connections. Such special screws are used in mechanical ...
With stacked silicon photodiodes and refined optical thin film filters, spectrally sensitive detectors can be developed that can replace conventional, expensive ...
CiS Research Institute has expanded its opto-electronic skills to be able to develop multispectral UV light sources for fluorescence or absorbance measurements. ...