Events / Exhibitions

Details relating to upcoming events and trade fairs in which Fraunhofer FHR will participate can be found on the following pages.

Details relating to past events can be found here.

  • Bendplatz Aachen / November 02, 2021, 09:30 - 16:30

    Bonding Aachen 2021

    The terahertz line scan camera, which was developed by Fraunhofer FHR, allows the sorting of colored and black plastics according to type.
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    Whether as a student assistant, in an internship, for your student research projects and theses or your doctorate - gain practical experience already during your studies and set a milestone in your scientific career at one of the largest radar research institutes in Europe. Fraunhofer FHR develops radar systems from the concept to the finished prototype. These are used for quality assurance in industry, on a wide variety of vehicles, for observation of near-earth space and for environment, defense and security. At Fraunhofer FHR, students of electrical engineering, physics and mathematics are most often in demand.

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  • Online-Lecture »Radar in Action« / November 09, 2021, 14.00-14.30

    Synthesis of radar raw data in traffic scenarios by ray tracing

    In the field of mobility, the importance of intelligent driver assistance systems and autonomous vehicles will increase steadily in the future. In order to be able to develop the systems required for this, the automotive industry is dependent on corresponding sensor technology that is capable of reliably recording the environment of a vehicle in real time and providing the system with relevant information about the dynamic traffic scene at the decision-making level. The use of radar sensors has decisive technological advantages over other environment sensors, since in addition to the weather-independent environment detection, information about movement and relative relative speeds of objects can be captured. Until now, radar sensors as well as decision-level algorithms have had to be validated with time-consuming test drives. As part of a research project, Fraunhofer FHR has developed a simulation method embedded in a software environment that can be used to synthesize raw radar data from a virtual traffic scene. Furthermore, a radar target simulator has been developed at FHR, with which the radar raw data can be played back to the radar sensors over-the-air after further processing to object lists.

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  • Bremen, Germany / November 16, 2021 - November 18, 2021

    Space Tech Expo Europe 2021

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    Fraunhofer FHR presents its competencies in the areas of surveillance, reconnaissance and analysis of the space situation.

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  • Online-Lecture »Radar in Action« / November 23, 2021, 14.00-14.30

    Imaging Material Analysis - SAMMI 3.0

    In the past, Fraunhofer FHR developed an imaging radar sensor that enables 2D imaging of a wide variety of samples. With this, the internal structures of the samples can be made visible. SAMMI 3.0 represents a new development. Due to the further development of the sensor technology, it is now possible to additionally provide spatially resolved information of the interior of the sample. SAMMI thus generates several sectional images per scan. This opens up new possibilities for detecting defects or impurities early on in the process, especially in material analysis or food inspection.

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  • London, UK / February 13, 2022 - February 18, 2022

    EuMW 2021

    European Microwave Week 2021 takes place in the historic city of London. Bringing industry and academia together, European Microwave Week 2021 is a SIX day event, including THREE cutting edge conferences, THREE Forums and ONE exciting trade and technology Exhibition featuring leading players from across the globe. EuMW 2021 provides access to the very latest products, research and initiatives in the microwave sector. It also offers you the opportunity for face-to-face interaction with those driving the future of microwave technology.

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