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lapp10319Hannover Messe Hall 11, Stand C03

Research Report

Lapp is researching DC for the industry, announcing the next energy revolution. First pilot projects show the potential of a DC power supply, saving up to 20% of energy. After introducing the first cables for DC applications last year, the company will be presenting further versions this year.

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Synthetic fuels are expected to significantly improve the carbon footprint of conventional engines. New results from the materials research of Freudenberg Sealing Technologies now show the impact that the OME discussed as diesel replacement has on the long-term stability of gaskets. Accordingly, seals based on the already widely used material fluororubber (FKM) are generally also suitable for regenerative fuels. But there are surprisingly big differences between the individual FKM types.

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Robots can assist the doctor in detecting and treating tumors by positioning a fine probe in the right place. So that robotics does not disturb imaging processes such as magnetic resonance imaging, IPA engineers have developed a new drive technology.

smartfactory1118SPS IPC Drives Hall 5, 446 Stand

Wireless communication through 5G will play a key role in the industry in innovative topics such as smart production, networked machines, wireless sensors or even intelligent mobility. Already tested for several months Smart Factory KL on an industrial 4.0 demo system the use of the mobile radio generation 5G for the real-time transmission of large amounts of data.

fraunhofer1018Electronica Hall C5, booth 426

Fraunhofer FEP has been successfully developing OLED microdisplays based on OLED-on-silicon technology for many years. At the same time, work is continuing on the necessary electronics and system environment for future augmented reality (AR) applications. Now the developers are presenting a powerful set for the independent development of wearables with OLED microdisplays.

skeleton0918Skeleton Technologies conducts intensive research into the use of materials such as graphene as well as cell and module development for ultracapacitor technology. Specifically, for a global player that offers utilities, upgrade and service solutions to utilities, it is currently working on storage solutions that can be used to test power network components.

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