Institut für Mikroelektronik Stuttgart
Institut für Mikroelektronik Stuttgart carries out industrial-oriented microelectronic research in silicon technology, customized circuits (ASIC), nano structuring and image sensor technology as well as being involved in professional development.
It is a foundation recognized as a non-profit organization under civil law with its headquarters on the Stuttgart-Vaihingen research campus.
Fraunhofer EMFT conducts applied research on sensors and actuators. The 130 employees in Munich, Oberpfaffenhofen and Regensburg possess long-term experience and extensive know-how in microelectronics and microsystem technology, ranging from semiconductor processes and MEMS technologies to 3D integration and foil based electronics.
Specific contribution of EMFT in HyPerStripes will be the development of roll-to-roll adaptive lithography processes on web substrates. This will allow to develop flexible hybrid electronic systems on several meters long stripes.
NanoWired GmbH is a start-up company in Gernsheim (Germany). With its patented processes of NanoWiring, KlettWelding, KlettSintering and KlettGlueing, any materials can be joined. NanoWired GmbH is currently focusing on the field of electronics and electrical engineering, in particular the areas of mobility, comodity, semiconductors and sensor technology. Typical applications are in the substitution of soldering, bonding, welding, sintering, conductive bonding or screws.
In the project NanoWired will provide the appropriate interconnection technology for all required electrical and thermal contacts based on the NanoWired technology.
Capical GmbH is the leader in capacitive non-contact ECG monitoring for automotive, medical and additional applications. With our technology, we measure a high quality ECG through several layers of materials like clothing or seat covers fully unobtrusively to the user.
Together with large industry partners, Capical develops solutions for continuous health monitoring of patients and continuous driver state monitoring for future automotive applications. As a small technology company, Capical owns strong IP over the full signal chain starting from textile sensor structures and materials over embedded signal processing up to high level output signals like heartrate and stress. Capical also supports its partners on mass production process development and system development where our customers benefit from our extensive know-how and experience from projects in various industry sectors.
Schmoll Maschinen GmbH
Schmoll Maschinen is a supplier of machine tool and mass production solutions for electronic and micro structuring applications with more than sixty years of engineering experience. The solution portfolio covers all performance relevant steps for mechanical and laser micro machining as well as Direct Imaging Solutions, and is complemented by automation technology.
Schmoll will act as a partner for direct imaging equipment and contribute in Software development countering the problem to interconnect chip with fanout technologies.
Würth - Elektronik GmbH & Co. KG
Founded in 1971, Würth Elektronik Circuit Board Technology is now Europe’s leading PCB manufacturer with three plants in Germany and extensive technical know-how.
Whether basic or high-end technologies, we meet customer-specific requirements from the initial design idea to the production of prototypes and medium series and large volumes in our plants in Germany or with our qualified partners in Asia.
In doing so, we offer our customers perfect individual support throughout the entire project. We currently serve more than 4,000 customers from 50 countries in all areas of the electronics industry.
Technische Universität Dresden
The IFTE Institute represents the technical university in the project. The institute research is focussed in the area of electronic design. It concentrated on various aspects of electronic systems design and electronic design automation (EDA).
Topics cover design, de-sign methodologies and design automation of microelectronic systems with a high placement and routing density requiring particular consideration of the electrical, thermal, and reliability constraints.
One topic of the research is the development of methods for the 3D-integration and the co-design of IC and Package.
We develop medical devices and offer services that facilitate the most modern medical therapies and diagnoses.
In our market segment we are the number One choice for physicians, companies and employees.
With our work and our solutions, we improve the life quality of people all round the world.
Philips Electronics Nederland BV
Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA) is a leading health technology company focused on improving people’s health and well-being, and enabling better outcomes across the health continuum – from healthy living and prevention, to diagnosis, treat-ment and home care.
Philips leverages advanced technology and deep clinical and consumer insights to deliver integrated solutions. Headquartered in the Netherlands, the company is a leader in diagnostic imaging, image-guided therapy, patient monitoring and health informatics, as well as in consumer health and home care.
Reden (Research Development the Netherlands) is an engineering company that excels in simulation-driven product development and the development of design functions (f.e. cost function), supporting clients in achieving a breakthrough in their product development.
Based on simulation models product developers obtain better understanding of the relation between product design and performance. Knowledge Rules Models lead us, in addition to understanding the functioning of the product, to new knowledge rules or design functions (a knowledge rule says something about the relationship between design parameters and performance). In organizations a multiplicity of knowledge rules exists (ranging from tables, formulas, facts of experience, etc.). For engineers it is necessary to secure the knowledge in a usable form.
Reden has developed a virtual engineer for that called RevesDSE!
Salvia BioElectronics BV
Salvia develops a unique bioelectronic foil that is placed seamlessly below the skin to stimulate proven neural targets for the treatment of chronic migraine (15+ headache days each month).
This patent-pending neurostimulation concept is designed for optimal safety and effectiveness and opens the market for this long-awaited headache treatment.
The Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) is a fully independent R&D institute. Its research is largely directed at answering questions of practical importance. TNO maintains close contacts with universities and basic research institutes throughout the world in order to translate up-to-date knowledge and insights into practical industrial applications.
Holst Centre/TNO has major activities in the areas of organic large area electronics (OLAE), (hybrid) printed electronics, flexible OLEDs, stretchable electronics and transistor technology. The (Roll-to-roll) printing and (Roll-to-roll) component assembly technologies are an important activity in the Hyperstripes project.
Integer is one of the largest medical device outsource (MDO) manufacturers in the world. During our 80-year legacy of cutting-edge medical device manufacturing and medical device development, we have established a solid patient-focused foundation in cardiac rhythm, cardio and vascular health, neuromodulation devices, and custom medical battery packs and chargers for global OEMs.
Integer is a world leader in advanced medical device design and outsourcing across four continents. Our technology and manufactured components can be found in almost every global medical device brand you trust.
Our commitment to manufacturing excellence ensures that medical devices get to market faster with uncompromising reliability and quality. Innovation is key to Integer’s growth as we continue to explore medtech’s emerging markets.
Irish Manufacturing Research
Irish Manufacturing Research is a leading Research and Technology Organisation providing a portfolio of research, training and consultancy services to Industry across 4 thematic pillars: Digitisation, Sustainable Manufacturing, Design for Manufacturing, Automation and Advanced Control.
IMR’s goal is to Demystify, Derisk and Deliver emerging technologies and new knowledge to enable industry to succeed at the cutting edge of advanced manufacturing.