Press kit electronica

Fraunhofer at the world's leading trade fair for electronics

The world's leading trade fair and conference for electronics, electronica is the most important meeting place for the international electronics industry. Eight Fraunhofer Institutes provide insights into their latest electronics innovations. The spectrum of exhibits ranges from sensor technology and the Internet of Things (IoT) to energy harvesting, power electronics and neuromorphic hardware. Other focal points are virtual prototyping, battery production or augmented reality for industrial production.


You will find our joint stand in:

Hall B4 / Stand 258


Fraunhofer press event at electronica 2022:

Press tour:

Wednesday, November 16, 2022, 11:00 a.m.

Hall B4 / Stand 258

Press Releases


Energy harvesting: energy-autonomous IoT communication in 5G networks

Minimal vibrations, temperature differences and even light can be used to generate power for small electronic systems. Fraunhofer researchers will demonstrate how 5G radio modules with higher energy consumption can now be powered autonomously through energy harvesting.


Simulation-based and highly dynamic: virtual prototyping

At electronica, Booth B4/258, Fraunhofer researchers will demonstrate how virtual prototyping can be used for simulations to detect errors and problems in complex electronic control systems at an early stage as well as to shorten development times and significantly reduce costs.


secureAR - Modular AR service platform for industrial production

Within the project secureAR, a cross-industry and open cloud-based service platform with open industry interfaces is being developed. Within secureAR, the Fraunhofer FEP is researching a novel hardware platform.


Laser-based silicon crystallization for monolithic integration in MEMS sensors

To make MEMS even more powerful in the future, Fraunhofer-researchers have developed a CMOS-compatible deposition and laser crystallization process in collaboration with the Fraunhofer ISIT and IST.  


Development of a smart LiDAR sensor with integrated neuromorphic data processing

In the Fraunhofer lead project NeurOSmart, five institutes are jointly researching a particularly energy-efficient and intelligent sensor for the next generation of autonomously acting systems.


Sensor and actuator-based signal preprocessing using AI-based methods

Fraunhofer IPMS combines latest hardware in microsensor and actuator technology with artificial intelligence