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Voices from industry

Here you will find testimonials from our industrial partners. We would like to thank them for this.

 

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Dr. Arthur Singer, STABL Energy GmbH

“The self-image at the institute of thinking our way into our systems and proactively delivering solutions has helped us a lot. We are very satisfied with the results, as well as with the targeted, constructive and collegial way of working.“

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Peter Otto, Postberg

“We are very satisfied with the result – the many years of IMMS experience in the design of embedded systems, with industrial projects and also the system understanding of IMMS from the previous product developments with SONOTEC have clearly contributed to the success.”

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Hans-Christian Fritsch, Ilmsens

“We were particularly pleased that we, as a start-up from Thüringen with IMMS as its research institute, were able to create an innovative high-tech solution with the Thuringian semiconductor manufacturer X-FAB. We appreciate the high level of expertise and flexibility as well as the customer-oriented and target-oriented way of working of the colleagues from IMMS.”

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Christian Paintz, Melexis

“Particularly in the evaluation of measurement data, IMMS has impressively demonstrated that a learning algorithm is on a par with manual evaluation – while saving a great deal of time. We are also continuing to pursue methods for circuit and layout analysis, as we see great research and application potential here as well.”

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Dalibor Stojkovic, ams OSRAM

“We appreciate both the technical expertise of IMMS and the high level of their commitment to our joint projects. The proactive and agile way of working of the IMMS colleagues is an essential building block for our joint success.”

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Friedrich Becker, TURCK Electronics GmbH

“With its experience in the spheres of signal processing and integrating communications and systems for industry, IMMS contributed significantly to the execution of the science which the partners in Chemnitz and Offenburg derived from theoretical principles in cable diagnostics and communications interfaces.”