Australien researchers visiting the inHaus

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© Marc Müller
All Participants of the InnoTour 2018, supported by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research-campaign in Germany, in front of the Fraunhofer-inHaus-Center.

In total there were nine stops planned all around Germany for the participants of the 5 day InnoTour, organized by the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft. At the end of their trip, the delegation arrived in Duisburg to visit the inHaus-Center. Besides the grand tour through the house by the inHaus director Wolfgang Gröting, assisted by Sven Meister from Fraunhofer ISST and a guided tour through the Health&Care Lab, there was an active exchange about current subjects concerning health research.  All participants did help expand the network between the German and Australian health sector, which was one of the aims of the tour in addition to an insight view of the huge portfolio of the German applied research and corporate landscape.

During their trip the participants also stopped at the headquarters of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft in Munich, the Medical Valley in Erlangen and the Max-Planck Institute in Göttingen.


InnoHealth Australia is an initiative and part of the group project “International Research Marketing“, between 2017 and 2019. This initiative lives from resources of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research and appears under the upper category “Research in Germany”. More Information regarding the InnoTour can be found in the official press release InnoTour 2018 (please see the link below) or on the Project-Website:



The Fraunhofer-inHaus-Center in Duisburg is a unique innovation workshop. Several Fraunhofer Institutes and numerous economic partners carry out cooperative research and development work in the creative think tank. They develop, test and demonstrate innovative systems and products in practical application laboratories. People and their needs are always in the center and the focus is primarily on the areas of Smart Home and Connected Healthcare.