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About the Project

Current and future requirements for operational safety, energy efficiency and environmental performance of technical equipment and facilities can only be met by using modern electronic control and automation technology. For optimal regulation of technical processes in vehicles, machinery, buildings and supply networks in terms of their energy and resources consumption, their operating modes must be captured quickly and accurately, transmitted and be controlled using intelligent sensors, actuators and communication technology. The micro- and nanoelectronics play a central role as key technologies for the development of economically and ecologically efficient system solutions.