Ambient factors in workplace design

Ambient factors in workplace design: How the setting influences our work

A study conducted by Fraunhofer IAO examines how different ambient factors affect the work environment

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3D mobility: a reality check for flying taxis

3D mobility: a reality check for flying taxis

Fraunhofer IAO study examines objectives of and paths to 3D mobility

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AIRPoRT

AIRPoRT: Greater IT security in the manufacturing industry

The purpose of the AIRPoRT project is to optimize connected production environments through the use of AI

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Patenticus: a fun way to get a grip on intellectual property rights

Patenticus: a fun way to get a grip on intellectual property rights

A new app from Fraunhofer IAO teaches how to handle intellectual property issues

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Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft joins Cyber Valley

Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft joins Cyber Valley

Cooperation between Germany’s leading research institutions further strengthens Baden-Württemberg as a global hotspot for research on artificial intelligence

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IAO-News / Feb 24, 2020

Ambient factors in workplace design: How the setting influences our work

What does it take to design a space that allows people to work creatively, with laser-like focus and a minimum of stress? In a new meta study entitled “Environmental Psychology for a New World of Work”, Fraunhofer IAO has presented a systematic synopsis of the results of various empirical studies that explore the effect and design of spaces in the workplace.

 

IAO-News / Jan 30, 2020

German-Chinese cooperation center for SMEs

The Pujiang County regional government wants to establish a German-Chinese cooperation center at the industrial park in Pujiang to support small and medium-sized enterprises from Germany in their efforts to expand into China. Fraunhofer IAO therefore conducted a study among German SMEs to find out what they need from China in order to do business there.

 

IAO-News / Jan 8, 2020

3D mobility: a reality check for flying taxis

Are flying taxis ready for take-off? The Fraunhofer IAO conducted a study in which it performed a reality check and analyzed various factors involved in 3D mobility. With a focus on flying taxis, the “Quo vadis 3D mobility” study highlights the objectives of air mobility, the maturity level of the relevant technologies, specific potential use cases, what infrastructure they require, which stakeholders should be involved and how much demand there is for 3D mobility.

 

IAO-News / Jan 7, 2020

Future Museum: Innovation network for the museum industry gets off the ground

What will museums look like in 20 years? What challenges and trends await this industry? Fraunhofer IAO and MUSEUM BOOSTER GmbH have teamed up in a project called Future Museum to help museums prepare for the shape of things to come.