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Taking good ideas and making a success of them together – that’s how we understand innovation.

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Living Lab Days

On the Living Lab Day we‘re offering guided tours of our four differently features laboratories - the Living Labs.

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Sonepar – new partner

The inHaus-Center will be cooperating with the Sonepar
Germany GmbH – On January 1st  the major wholesaler in electronics became an active partner of the inHaus.
 

 

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innoTour 2018

Australian researchers visiting the Fraunhofer inHaus-Center.

 

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Start-up for a successful cooperation

Glow, speak, vibrate – the interactive therapy ball “ichó” of the Duisburger startup ichó-systems is able to do all of this and even more – and while doing this it helps people suffering from dementia.

 

Living Lab Day 2019

On the Living Lab Day we‘re offering guided tours (groups of 10-20 people) of our four differently featured laboratories - the Living Labs.

inHaus employee wins third Place at the Female Health Hackathon

The aim of the Hackathons “hacking female health” in Berlin was to put the individual needs of patients first, develop specific solution approachestogether and use the potential of existing Fraunhofer-technologies. Romina Möllmann, PhD student at the Fraunhofer inHaus -Center also participated and this with great success.

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Romina Möllmann conducts research work at the Fraunhofer-inHaus-Center in Duisburg concerning Connected Healthcare on the subject incontinence. “A lot of people with incontinence stay at home most of the time, I want to help them lead a normal life” explains Romina Möllman the motivation of her work. Suiting that topic, she now participated at the Hackathon “hacking female health” in Berlin. As a part of an interdisciplinary team, she developed ‘Juliet’ a gadget for women who suffer from incontinence.

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Open day at Fraunhofer-inHaus-Center

"From practice - effectively relieving the clinical routine through digitization" was the motto of the open days at Fraunhofer-inHaus-Center. In a completely new format the unique living labs of the inHaus were opened for visitors and lectures were offered on 17th and 18th October 2018. Partners, users, producers, engineers and developers also came together to exchange ideas.

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"A lot has happened in the inHaus recently, new projects are being initiated and new partners have joined. This is how the idea for this special open day was born, we wanted to bring together all the people and companies already involved – and of course also those who want to join. Most of all, we wanted to become a house of exchange – and I think we were absolutely successful", says inHaus-manager Wolfgang Gröting, obviously satisfied.

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Realraum Innovations Labor – Building up a strategic partnership for better medical care

Improving supply quality, relieving hospital staff and using subsidies more efficiently – those are the common goals of Helios university hospital Wuppertal and the Fraunhofer-inHaus-Center in Duisburg. In Realraum Innovations Labor both will be jointly working on solutions for better medical care. Also they support the interaction between science, society and economy as well as small and medium-sized enterprises. This project is just the starting point for further joint activities – and more partners can contribute to Realraum Innovations Labor in the future.

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In Germany and Europe there is a growing need for medical research, but at the same time there are less and less subsidies. Therefore available resources have to be used as efficiently as possible. Consequently it is crucial to conduct research originating from concrete problems in application areas – only then the necessary developments for the solutions of these real problems can be realized in an efficient and sustainable way. This is where the joint project Realraum Innovations Labor of Helios university hospital Wuppertal and the Fraunhofer-inHaus-Centerin Duisburg starts. The common goal: to achieve positive effects on the innovative patient care and the work routine in hospitals as well as to improve the economic possibilities.

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