After a successful pitch in yesterday’s technology competition getstarted2gether, Hans-Christian Fritsch, Managing Director of Ilmsens GmbH, and Thomas Brock, Managing Director of the CiS Research Institute, today signed a letter of intent to further develop the founding project “Ultra-wideband microwave sensor technology”.
The aim of the joint venture is to further develop the current status of microwave sensors towards significantly smaller and highly integrated assemblies. Taking into account the requirements of the high-frequency electronics to be used as well as later series production, a specialized packaging and interconnection technology is being developed. These high-tech innovations will reduce not only the size but also the system costs, thus opening up new fields of application for short-range radar and impedance spectroscopy.
The getstarted2gether start-up and start-up competition offers young technology-oriented companies the opportunity to apply for a support project with innovative business ideas in cooperation with the Thuringian business-oriented research institutes. The technical and entrepreneurial skills available at the research institutes can be used to further develop the business idea.