The project IMSK an information platform is developed, which combines different technologies to monitor areas and control points, the detection of weapons of mass destruction as well as for the VIP protection.
With the INNO ALARM, innovative approaches are being sought to integrate various warning systems and to distribute the warnings on multi-modal receivers in a target group specific way.
The project has developed an information logistics platform to improve mobility in rural areas. With the aid of this platform citizens can easier rely on the transport services available in their environment.
The aim of the SITUMET project was to develop an IT based platform that sorts global weather data by criteria such as origin, quality and plausibility and generates person and situation related services from this.
The objective of the project was to support the setup of a protective shield spanning the whole of Indonesia. The early warning system was first designed and implemented for part of the Indian Ocean with the advisory support of the Fraunhofer Research.
The aim of the easy.going project was to promote new developments for barrier-free mobility. It created the possibility that the built environment as well as the transport system may be used by everyone without the help of others.
In the TALOS project researchers worked at the Fraunhofer FOKUS together with international partners on a framework for mobile services. It should provide future static and dynamic contents on mobile devices more comfortable as well as connect them with each other.
Within the framework of the Fraunhofer Academy, the business unit ESPRI – collaborative safety and security developed training courses for specialists and users in the CyberSecurity learning laboratory with the University of Applied Sciences Berlin (HTW Berlin). The Cyber Security Learning Lab of the Fraunhofer Academy is a cooperation between Fraunhofer and selected universities of applied sciences.
The project of Tele-Assist comprises the development of two telematical, multimedia and interactive therapy programs for orthopaedic and cardiological rehabilitation based on the MeineReha® system as well as a controlled study on the therapeutic benefit and the integrability of the offer to be developed into clinical trials.