Here’s an overview of the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute (HHI) with Ralf Schäfer Head of Image Processing agt HHI in Berlin Germany. The core competencies of HHI are in the areas of Photonic Networks and Systems, Mobile Broadband Systems, Photonic Components and Electronic Imaging.
Activities in photonic networks and components expand a spectrum from highly capacitive flexible long haul networks to the broadband inhouse network and their components
R&D-activities in the area of mobile broadband systems focus to design aspects of future cellular systems and their realization for various mobile communications systems. multi-antenna systems (MIMO) up to 1 Gbit/s, resource management for both cellular mobile, radio systems and WPAN-systems up to 60 GHz.
Optical and opto-electronic components and modules are developed and manufactured. Our range includes InP-based lasers and detectors with wavelengths from 1.1 µm to 2.0 µm, polymer lightwave circuits, and diffractive optics.
Main topics are further video- and audio-coding / transmission (Video over IP), the 2D- und 3D image processing, the image reproduction in virtual environments, teleimmersive systems, autostereoscopic displays, miixed reality displays, man-machine-interactions and information and videoretrieval.
Filmed at the Shenzhen China Gift Fair. A 25-minute tour showing some of the interesting Gifts you may give people for Christmas this year, or next. All including my real-time commentary.
ChallengePost is a hackathon platform for software competitions, here used by Samsung. The ChallengePost platform powers both global and personal software competitions. The software competitions take software development to the next level and enable the full development of software. In some cases Samsung buys up what the developers create.
Fraunhofer is a large non-profit organization with 22 thousand employees at 60 institutes mostly in Germany doing applied research and development. “You name it, Fraunhofer probably does it”. In San Jose, Fraunhofer has an office catering to the Silicon Valley companies like Google, Apple etc. For example, they open sourced AAC into Android, enabling Jelly Bean and higher to have the highest audio quality at the lowest bitrate. And for example AAC-ELD is in Apple FaceTime for low latency real-time audio (and/or video) communications.
The mbed development platform is the fastest way to create Internet of Things devices based on ARM microcontrollers. Anyone with an idea, can rapidly prototype devices using it, connect the idea to the cloud, form a proof of concept that can get the idea funded, demonstrate to the boss that the idea can fly.
Bens makes an Android based product called the cPot it is an electronic cooker that has a touchscreen and can be controlled remotely with a Android or iOs device. The device does much of the work of cooking for you. Bens makes fully automatic and semi automatic versions of the cPot. The cPot unfortunately can’t cook as good as your mother can. The price for the fully automatic version is 999 USD and 699 USD for semi automatic. Bens also makes a variety of other kitchen appliances for homes and restaurants. Bens has been making cooking devices for 16 years.
Contact Bens (serious distributors only please):
Ben Zhang of Bens, research and development
Phone Number: +86 75526993929
Mobile Phone: +86 13509633818
Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Autumn Edition) 2013
Shows you if your device needs to charge a lot, if it’s about to be finished charging and if it is finished charging.
Julia and Jane show their latest devices at their booth, launching new Wi-Fi enabled multi-charging plugs, so you can remotely turn on and off a light in the multi-charger, it includes ports on all sides and they now also launch the JARTJ UFO Mini with 6 USB charging ports on a ball. JARTJ also presents their new range of iPhone covers using JARTJ art based on faces. Check back for more videos with JARTJ from the Hong Kong fair coming up to be posted one per day during the next bunch of days.
You can import large quantities of their multi-charging adapters and iPhone covers at http://jartj.eu
Throw the WiFi fish finder in the water, it looks for fish and tells your smartphone or tablet app over Wi-Fi where the fish are in the water, how big the fish are, then you can just fish them out. Yea.
Contact Wendy of Zhejang Lucky Manufacturer:
Mobile: +86 13758980916
Tel: +86 82081596
Filmed at Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Autumn Edition) 2013
Fujitsu shows their smart city concept Akisai, mass producing vegetables in factories, producing Lettuce with a very low level of potassium, bringing salad to people with Hyperkalemia which is a kidney disease.