Research and Development Projekts
We not only cooperate with national and international research institutions, but also develop and research in-house in many areas.
Together with our customers, we are constantly finding new approaches to solutions and are available with our know-how. In this process, we examine specific problems from all sides and find solution-oriented strategies.
We have compiled a selection of our projects for you here. Please contact us if you are interested in more detailed information.
Rapid detection system for multidrug resistance in tuberculosis infections. iC house with ultra-short pulse laser drivers for fluorescence analysis.
Ending the tuberculosis epidemic by 2030 is one of the United Nations goals. A national consortium of eight companies and non-university research institutions aims to address this with the help of photonics.
The IntFluoResYst project is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research as part of the Photonics Research funding program.
iC-Haus develops sensor chips for optical position encoders with photodiodes designed especially for blue light.
The shorter wavelength and penetration of blue-light photons improve the resolution, signal amplitude, harmonic distortion, and jitter performance of incremental and absolute encoders. Blue light causes less diffraction at the same slot width compared to higher wavelengths, thus resulting in sharper imaging.
AEC Q100 qualified
iC-Haus qualified magnetic encoder iCs iC-MU200 and iC-MHL200 according to AEC Q100 (Grade 1) – for use in automotive applications in the temperature range from –40 to +125 °C. The ICs are suitable for high-precision hollow shaft and off-axis rotary measurements and can be used in electrically commutated motors, for measuring steering angles, in lidar applications or for general angle detection applications.
The available interfaces SPI (iC-MU200), BiSS C, SSI, A/B/Z (FlexCount®) and U/V/W offer maximum flexibility.