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Fraunhofer Institute for Embedded Systems and Communication Technologies ESK
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The scientists of the Munich based Fraunhofer ESK are experts for a wide range of information and communications technology (ICT) topics from transmission over protocols and systems to intelligent services.
Continental, Deutsche Telekom, Fraunhofer ESK, and Nokia Networks Showcase First Safety Applications at "digital A9 motorway test bed"
Press Release, November 09, 2015
Continental, Deutsche Telekom AG, Fraunhofer ESK, and Nokia Networks today demonstrated real-time communication between vehicles via the LTE cell network, in the presence of Federal Minister of Transport Alexander Dobrindt. This was a demonstration of the first project arising from the "Innovation Charter for the digital A9 motorway test bed".
Press Release: VDSL or G.fast? Research undertaken by Fraunhofer ESK and its partners shows how different broadband technologies can coexist without interference
Press Release, October 20, 2015
Together with industry partners, ESK researchers have demonstrated that VDLS and G.fast technologies can operate adjacently over an existing copper wire infrastructure, from the distribution point to the on-premise modem. Simulation analyses and tests revealed that these existing and future broadband technologies suffer no significant loss of quality.
Cooperative driver assistance systems
Press Release: Open Source: Using ERNEST, developers can pinpoint flaws in the early stages of software design
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Press Release, August 19, 2015
To give as many developers as possible the opportunity to validate their software, Fraunhofer ESK is making the basic version of its ERNEST framework, which is designed to examine the runtime performance of model-based software, available via open source. Developers who download the framework from the GitHub platform can use it for free, plus they have full access to the source code. That allows them to adapt the framework to their own requirements. ERNEST was created specifically for developers who design model-based software, such as for vehicle systems. The ESK framework helps developers identify flaws in non-functional aspects of the software architecture, such as runtime performance, during the early stages of design, resulting in both time and cost savings.