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Jan 9 2019

Gigabit data logger for high-speed and ADAS applications

Validation of intelligent radar sensors improves the safety of autonomous driving

Gigabit data logger for high-speed and ADAS applications

Real traffic situations can be stored and replicated repeatedly in the laboratory. (Source: embedded brains GmbH)

For the development and validation of systems for autonomous vehicle management, real traffic scenarios are usually simulated and tested in the laboratory. Since pre-processing is carried out directly in the sensor front end with modern radar sensors, this can result in a serious gap in coverage during the testing and validation of object detection. In addition, the optimization of algorithms for testing in real traffic is very complex and seldom reliable.

The DP²4R Gigabit data logger collects raw radar signals between the sensor and preprocessing. The stored signals can then be fed back via the same interface. This allows real traffic situations to be replicated repeatedly in the laboratory and to optimize the processing chain of radar signals. The testing and validation of radar signal processing can be moved from the road to the laboratory. This saves time and allows the reliability of the data processing to be documented.

The special approach of the DP²4R data logger is to read raw data by means of a data head directly coupled to the radar sensor, store it and later feed it back in the laboratory. This requires a high data rate of more than 300Mbit/s per sensor, which is why these data can not be transferred via the system bus.

For practical aspects of data analysis, apart from raw sensor data, other context-specific data like pictures from a camera and GPS position data can be recorded with synchronous precision.

The so-called „head unit“ is based on a standardized unit which is specifically tailored to each sensor in order to enable safe and interference-free signal scanning as well as re-injection of the raw data. The sampled information is transmitted together with a time stamp via an internal interface to the central unit.

The central unit consists of a car PC with a special insert card. Up to four head units with a cable length of 7m can be connected to it. An even larger number of head units can be connected via a second or third card slot.

For data storage, there are several „hot-plugged“ SSD drives, which can be used to record data of any length by changing the media during recording. Other arrangements of storage media, such as aggregated RAID systems, can also be easily implemented. The entire hardware has been designed for the environmental conditions within the vehicle.

The system is controlled via Ethernet with a machine-readable xhtml interface or a web browser. The external data transfer is carried out via Gigabit Ethernet or through media change.

The concept has been designed for future extension with additional sensors with a larger number of antennas and higher radar frequency.

Technical specifications

> DP²4R Head-Unit Hardware, specifically adapted to the respective radar sensor
> Flexibly customizable for almost any type of processor
> DP²4R Controller hardware and OS based on standard components
> 1 to 4 head units can be recorded at the same time
> 320 Mbit/s recording rate per head unit
> Data recording without interference with the radar function
> Camera and GPS data, and more. Can be recorded synchronously
> 2TB storage capacity (> 2 hours), expandable by removable drives
> 9-32 V power supply
> Resistant to environmental conditions in the vehicle
> Controller based on Linux with hmtl/xhtml interface

About the embedded brains GmbH

embedded brains GmbH, with head office near Munich, is an owner-operated German company that specializes in customized software and hardware development for high-performance single and multicore systems. The company was founded in 2005 by the electrical engineers Peter Rasmussen and Thomas Doerfler. Both have more than 20 years of experience and technical expertise in systems development, primarily in the fields of automotive technology, telecommunications and industrial automation, and worked previously as consultants and employees for Dornier, Eurocopter, Siemens, Alcatel Siemens, Thomson, Telenorma and Hilf Microcomputer-Consulting.

The managing directors and their development team advise and support companies from different sectors over the entire development process and with the help of partner companies also deal with series production and fabrication after the completion of prototype development. E&K Automation, Bang & Olufsen, Fraunhofer ESK and Fraunhofer ITWM, Tyco Electronics, MAN Diesel & Turbo as well as Bosch Rexroth AG, among others, are the customers of embedded brains. www.embedded-brains.de

Company-Contact
embedded brains GmbH
Thomas Dörfler
Dornierstr. 4
82178 Puchheim
Phone: 49 (0)89-18 94741-00
E-Mail: info@embedded-brains.de
Url: http://www.embedded-brains.de

Press
Lermann Public Relations
Sylvia Lermann
Enzianstr. 2c
85591 Vaterstetten
Phone: +49 (0)8106-300 899
E-Mail: sylvia@lermann-pr.com
Url: http://www.lermann-pr.com

Okt 15 2018

DP²4R Gigabit data logger for recording and feeding raw radar data

Validation of intelligent radar sensors improves the safety of autonomous driving

DP²4R Gigabit data logger for recording and feeding raw radar data

Real traffic situations can be stored and replicated repeatedly in the laboratory. (Source: embedded brains GmbH)

For the development and validation of systems for autonomous vehicle management, real traffic scenarios are usually simulated and tested in the laboratory. Since pre-processing is carried out directly in the sensor front end with modern radar sensors, this can result in a serious gap in coverage during the testing and validation of object detection. In addition, the optimization of algorithms for testing in real traffic is very complex and seldom reliable.

The DP²4R Gigabit Data logger collects raw radar signals between the sensor and preprocessing. The stored signals can then be fed back via the same interface. This allows real traffic situations to be replicated repeatedly in the laboratory and to optimize the processing chain of radar signals. The testing and validation of radar signal processing can be moved from the road to the laboratory. This saves time and allows the reliability of the data processing to be documented.

The special approach of the DP²4R data logger is to read raw data by means of a data head directly coupled to the radar sensor, store it and later feed it back in the laboratory. This requires a high data rate of more than 300Mbit / s per sensor, which is why these data can not be transferred via the system bus.

For practical aspects of data analysis, apart from raw sensor data, other context-specific data like pictures from a camera and GPS position data can be recorded with synchronous precision.

The so-called „head unit“ is based on a standardized unit which is specifically tailored to each sensor in order to enable safe and interference-free signal scanning as well as re-injection of the raw data. The sampled information is transmitted together with a time stamp via an internal interface to the central unit.

The central unit consists of a car PC with a special insert card. Up to four head units with a cable length of 7m can be connected to it. An even larger number of head units can be connected via a second or third card slot.

For data storage, there are several „hot-plugged“ SSD drives, which can be used to record data of any length by changing the media during recording. Other arrangements of storage media, such as aggregated RAID systems, can also be easily implemented. The entire hardware has been designed for the environmental conditions within the vehicle.

The system is controlled via Ethernet with a machine-readable xhtml interface or a web browser. The external data transfer is carried out via Gigabit Ethernet or through media change.

The concept has been designed for future extension with additional sensors with a larger number of antennas and higher radar frequency.

Technical specifications

> DP²4R Head-Unit Hardware, specifically adapted to the respective radar sensor
> Flexibly customizable for almost any type of processor
> DP²4R Controller hardware and OS based on standard components
> 1 to 4 head units can be recorded at the same time
> 320 Mbit/s recording rate per head unit
> Data recording without interference with the radar function
> Camera and GPS data, and more. Can be recorded synchronously
> 2TB storage capacity (> 2 hours), expandable by removable drives
> 9-32 V power supply
> Resistant to environmental conditions in the vehicle
> Controller based on Linux with hmtl/xhtml interface

About the embedded brains GmbH

embedded brains GmbH, with head office near Munich, is an owner-operated German company that specializes in customized software and hardware development for high-performance single and multicore systems. The company was founded in 2005 by the electrical engineers Peter Rasmussen and Thomas Doerfler. Both have more than 20 years of experience and technical expertise in systems development, primarily in the fields of automotive technology, telecommunications and industrial automation, and worked previously as consultants and employees for Dornier, Eurocopter, Siemens, Alcatel Siemens, Thomson, Telenorma and Hilf Microcomputer-Consulting.

The managing directors and their development team advise and support companies from different sectors over the entire development process and with the help of partner companies also deal with series production and fabrication after the completion of prototype development. E&K Automation, Bang & Olufsen, Fraunhofer ESK and Fraunhofer ITWM, Tyco Electronics, MAN Diesel & Turbo as well as Bosch Rexroth AG, among others, are the customers of embedded brains. www.embedded-brains.de

Company-Contact
embedded brains GmbH
Thomas Dörfler
Dornierstr. 4
82178 Puchheim
Phone: 49 (0)89-18 94741-00
E-Mail: info@embedded-brains.de
Url: http://www.embedded-brains.de

Press
Lermann Public Relations
Sylvia Lermann
Enzianstr. 2c
85591 Vaterstetten
Phone: +49 (0)8106-300 899
E-Mail: sylvia@lermann-pr.com
Url: http://www.lermann-pr.com

Apr 4 2018

Creating innovations – for 150 years

Analytica 2018 – Greiner Bio-One presents innovations for successful work in the laboratory

Creating innovations - for 150 years

The single-layer version of CELLdisc simplifies the monitoring and analysis of mass cell cultures. (Source: Greiner Bio-One)

Frickenhausen, April 3rd, 2018 – Greiner Bio-One GmbH, technology partner for the diagnostic and pharmaceutical industry, is unveiling numerous product innovations at Analytica 2018, the leading international trade fair for laboratory technology, analysis and biotechnology, in Munich. This year’s exhibits include Sapphire pipettes for liquid handling, boasting impressive user-friendliness and precision, the 5 ml centrifuge tubes, which are an optimum addition to the portfolio of reaction vessels and tubes, and the new single-layer cell culture vessel from the proven CELLdisc range.

In the field of microscopy, Greiner Bio-One is also showcasing a wide variety of carefully designed CELLview cell culture products with a glass bottom in the form of slides, dishes and plates. The complete portfolio for 3D cell culture is also being exhibited at Analytica 2018. Cell culture vessels with a cell-repellent surface enable the cultivation of cells into three-dimensional structures and represent a perfect platform for magnetic 3D cell culture.

Visitors will also be able to find out more about all the high-tech products for biobanking. With its Cryo.s biobanking tubes, 8-channel decapper and rack scanner, Greiner Bio-One offers perfectly coordinated solutions for sample storage with high throughput and in automated storage systems.

Successful development
The BioScience division of Greiner Bio-One, headquartered in Frickenhausen in the German state of Baden-Württemberg, specialises in the development, production and sale of high-quality plastic laboratory products. Greiner Bio-One is part of the Greiner Group, one of the leading companies in the plastics and foam industries, which is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year.

Greiner Bio-One International GmbH
Greiner Bio-One specialises in the development, production and distribution of high-quality plastic laboratory products. The company is a technology partner for hospitals, laboratories, universities, research institutes, and the diagnostic, pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Greiner Bio-One is split into three divisions – Preanalytics, BioScience and Sterilisation. IAs an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), Greiner Bio-One provides individual solutions in the area of custom-made design developments and production processes for the life sciences and medical sectors. In 2016, Greiner Bio-One International GmbH generated a turnover of 452 million euros and had over 2,000 employees, 25 subsidiaries and numerous distribution partners in over 100 countries. Greiner Bio-One is part of Greiner Holding, which is based in Kremsmünster (Austria).

Greiner Bio-One BioScience Division
The BioScience division of Greiner Bio-One ranks among the leading providers of specialised products for the cultivation and analysis of cell and tissue cultures. Drawing on decades of experience with cryogenic sample storage, Greiner Bio-One also offers solutions for automated storage systems in biobanks. In addition, we continue to utilise our expertise in the development and production of microplates for high-throughput screening, thereby allowing extremely fast and efficient drug screening for both industrial and research applications. The entire development, manufacturing and sales operations are controlled from the German headquarters of the BioScience division in Frickenhausen.

Company-Contact
Greiner Bio-One GmbH
Simone Schafstein & Sylvia Bauer
Maybachstraße 2
72636 Frickenhausen
Phone: 0049-7022-948 0
Fax: 0049-7022-948-514
E-Mail: marketing@de.gbo.com
Url: https://www.gbo.com/en_DE.html

Press
Zeeb Kommunikation GmbH
Anja Pätzold
Hohenheimer Straße 58a
70184 Stuttgart
Phone: 0711-60 70 719
E-Mail: info@zeeb.info
Url: http://www.zeeb-kommunikation.de

Okt 10 2017

Emissions analysis for the highest demands

The increasing sense of environmental awareness around the globe is demanding higher standards for environmental monitoring.

Emissions analysis for the highest demands

NOx electrodeless discharge lamp

Heraeus Noblelight has developed an easy to use, plug & play light solution based on NOx light technology, for very accurate measurement of NOx and other pollution gases.

Environmental monitoring is used to describe the various processes, tests and investigations that are carried out in order to monitor the state of the environment and its changes, to understand and protect it. One of the major monitoring areas is air quality monitoring, which requires highly accurate measuring instruments. Heraeus Noblelight“s new light solution is developed for high accuracy, fast and real-time NOx measurement, together with very low operating costs.

The Heraeus plug & play light solution
NOx instrument development based on UV Resonance Absorption Spectroscopy (UV-RAS) has been difficult in the past, due to challenges in tuning the UV-lamp operation within its environment to optimize lifetime and intensity.

The NOx electrodeless discharge lamp (EDL) is a lamp with N2, O2 gas fill that emits a spectrum in the wavelength range between 200 nm to 600 nm. NOx-specific spectral lines in the 200 nm region can be used for the detection of NO and NO2, H2S, NH3, SO2 and other pollution gases.
Heraeus Noblelight“s new plug & play light solution for reliable NOx measurement is a lamp module that offers a pre-tuned UV-light source in a stable environment to ensure optimized performance. The NOx lamp module has an integrated EDL and comes with the corresponding power supply combined in a box. This makes integration into an OEM UV-RAS system very easy and cost efficient, plus light source replacement at End Of Life is by simply replacing the module in the field.

Fast and very accurate
High accuracy and stability are required in any measurement process. The new NOx module delivers both and even more. It is easy and effective in use, and without the need for consumables, it ensures very low operating costs. Enabling fast and accurate absorption measurements without cross-interference from water and CO2 , it saves time during the measurement process and makes dynamic (real time) measurements possible with high measurement confidence – a real competitive advantage for UV-RAS compared to other technologies.

Different methods to measure NOx
NOx is a generic term for the nitrogen oxides NO and NO2. It reacts in our atmosphere to form a wide variety of toxic products, as well as supporting the formation of ground-level (tropospheric) ozone.
Sources of NOx are predominantly man-made: burning fossil fuels for energy generation, such as coal-,oil- and gas-fired power stations, refuse incineration, some chemical processes and vehicle fuels, like modern diesel cars, used for land, water and air transportation.

Common methods for measuring NOx include sensor technologies based on chemiluminescence and electrochemical techniques.
This requires conversion of NO2 to NO for measurement or calculation of the NO2 content based on an assumed NO:NO2 ratio. In addition, NOx can be measured with infrared radiation, which can be affected by the content of H2O and CO2 in the sample. Direct UV absorption measurement of both NO and NO2 is the more precise way to measure total NOx for continuous emissions monitoring, and measurement in the UV-region avoids the influence of H2O and CO2.

Heraeus, the technology group headquartered in Hanau, Germany, is a leading international family-owned company formed in 1851. With expertise, a focus on innovations, operational excellence and an entrepreneurial leadership, we strive to continuously improve the businesses of our customers around the world.
We create high-quality solutions for our customers and strengthen their long-term competitiveness by combining material expertise with technological know-how. Our ideas are focused on important issues such as the environment, energy, health, mobility and industrial applications. Our portfolio ranges from components to coordinated material systems which are used in a wide variety of industries, including the steel, electronics, chemical, automotive and telecommunications industries.
In the 2016 financial year, Heraeus generated revenues without precious metals of EUR2.0 bn and a total revenue of EUR21.5 bn. With approximately 12,400 employees worldwide in more than 100 subsidiaries in 38 countries, Heraeus holds a leading position in its global markets.
In 2016, the Foundation for Family Businesses named Heraeus as one of the „Top 10 Family Businesses“ in Germany.
Heraeus Noblelight GmbH with its headquarters in Hanau and with subsidiaries in the USA, Great Britain, France and China is one of the technology- and market-leaders in the production of specialty light sources and systems. In 2016, Heraeus Noblelight employed 707 people worldwide. The organization develops, manufactures and markets infrared and ultraviolet emitters, systems and solutions for applications in industrial manufacture, environmental protection, medicine and cosmetics, research, development and analytical measurement techniques.

Contact
Heraeus Noblelight GmbH
Juliane Henze
Heraeusstraße 12-14
63450 Hanau
Phone: +49 (6181) 35-8539
E-Mail: juliane.henze@heraeus.com
Url: https://www.heraeus.com/en/hng/products_and_solutions/lamps_for_optics_and_analytics/nox_measurement.aspx

Sep 12 2017

LumaSense introduces Bundled Solution for Air-Exchange Analysis with Multipoint Sampler and Doser

Lumasense’s new easy-to-use solution for measuring airflow ventilation and purification efficiency.

LumaSense introduces Bundled Solution for Air-Exchange Analysis with Multipoint Sampler and Doser

Air-Exchange Analysis with Multipoint Sampler and Doser and Photoacoustic Gas Monitor.

SANTA CLARA (CA), Sep 12, 2017 – LumaSense Technologies, Inc., https://www.lumasenseinc.com/ , experts in gas measurement, introduces the Innova 1403 multipoint gas sampler and gas doser for air-exchange and flow analysis.

The bundled system solution includes the Innova 1403, the Innova 1412i Photoacoustic Gas Monitor, and 7650 Application Software. Two variations of the system solution are available: Innova 3750-2 Basic Ventilation System Dual Gas and Innova 3750-5 Basic Ventilation System Multi Gas (for up to 5 different gas compounds).

Does the air diffuser works propper? Do you like to improve the air quality? This ventilation solution is specifically designed to accurately dose tracer gas and quantify its distribution throughout the complex ventilation systems found in modern high energy efficiency buildings, rooms and workplace environments including offices, hospitals, and laboratories.

„Innova products are recognized as the gold standard for indoor air quality measurements. Their unique capabilities measure air exchange and purification efficiency with unparalleled accuracy and allow tracing of minute levels of contaminants,“ explained Gregor Hsiao, LumaSense Gas Product Manager.

Ventilation Monitoring: The Innova 1403 can deliver either SF6 or R124a tracer-gas up to help measure the effectiveness of a ventilation system. The user sets up the sampler and the doser unit by
selecting up to 6 sample channels and 1 out of 3 doser channels.

In an air-exchange analysis system, the doser marks the supply air of the room with a known amount of tracer gas. The sampler system then takes a sample of the return-air from the room and delivers the sample to the 1412i for analysis. While the 1412i performs the analysis, the 1403 takes the next sample from the room. The 7560 software uses the tracer gas concentrations measured by the 1412i to calculate the ventilation system performance based on a few simple user inputs.

Trace gas, ventilation monitoring, photoacoustic analyser and monitoring, gas dosing system – the Innova 1403 is an integral part of a system approach to monitoring and measuring the effectiveness of ventilation systems often found in building materials, passenger cabins, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) solutions, or extraction systems (such as fume hoods). In addition, quantifying air exchange rates and identifying the sources of indoor air pollutants for new green building designs allows for optimizing ventilation for worker health and productivity while maintaining energy efficiency.

About LumaSense Technologies™

LumaSense Technologies, Inc.® is one of the world“s most trusted providers of innovative temperature and gas sensing devices. By applying LumaSense“s proven systems and software, customers in Global Energy, Industrial Materials, and Advanced Technologies markets are able to reduce waste and inefficiency in their processes.
For more information about LumaSense Technologies visit http://www.LumasenseInc.com .

Contact
LumaSense Technologies Inc.
Janelle Coponen
3301 Leonard Court –
95054 Santa Clara, CA
Phone: + 1.906.487.6060
E-Mail: j.coponen@lumasenseinc.com
Url: http://www.lumasenseinc.com

Apr 28 2017

Using FCS is like a turbo booster for Forensics

With growing complexities in digital forensics an efficient investigation can become quite a limited assignment.

Using FCS is like a turbo booster for Forensics

Digital evidence has to be extracted and analyzed so that it makes sense

Law enforcement and border protection often needs to deal with digital evidence hidden in hard drives, smartphones or small flash devices. Extracting the data is only one step inside the long journey to proving guilt or getting ahead criminals before they can complete their crimes.

This is where ACATO is working on providing the 360 degree command system that will empower investigators and forensic laboratories to not only get more out of their existing toolsets but also create an opportunity to go beyond standard procedures.

Making the world a safer place is the mission of ACATO. In order to improve the status quo the development of the „forensic command suite“ is more than just some connectivity tool.

It consists of specialized modules that can deal with different aspects of crime. It helps to identify best approach for chipoffs. Analyzing of large quantities of manipulated videos using special features is done before then going in deep with 3rd party tools so that one can see if the sampling has delivered some red herrings.

The tool can automatically find files hidden in many locations of a drive based on the settings of the researcher. Furthermore this does not stop at locating hidden data inside other files. A separate module focuses on identifying types of digital attacks.

In some cases, financial crimes can be done using obfuscated identities. A special feature can analyze data in relation to a variety of codes that can show hidden identities. The accompanying databases assist the system in dealing with workflows that are needed to respond to particular criminal strategies.
Since money laundry is also a side crime accompanying the main crime this requires to blow away the fog that has been deliberately placed in financial transactions to fool researchers. In field of investment related fraud and misrepresentation, the FIA module helps to deal with joint venture fraud and mutual fund investments that can also be in a form of direct investment in a venture.

The Financial Investment Audit Inspection tool can work with a large amount of investment transactions to identify false profitability claims and tax evasion. Nevertheless, these tools still require well trained officers to make the game changer in their area of operation.

This forensic command suite is not a tool designed to spy on the public. It is supposed to help investigators protect the society against criminal activities. Nevertheless, this tool is only exclusively available to authorities and large enterprises that have a specialized team of forensics experts.

ACATO provides forensic laboratory services for courts, lawyers, accused, police forces and companies around the world. It help extract evidence from locked, damaged or deleted smartphones.

Kontakt
ACATO GmbH – International Forensic Services
Chris Bartsch
Heimeranstr. 37
80339 München
0049 89 54041070
presse@acato.de
https://www.acato.org

Jun 1 2015

High light output stability for precise analysis – for a safer environment

„All together it is about climate protection“ is the national motto of the „World Environment Day 2015“, which the UN calls on June 5th, every year to stimulate the worldwide awareness of the environment.

High light output stability for precise analysis - for a safer environment

Heraeus 5 W xenon flash lamp modules are designed to offer excellent performance.

„All together it is about climate protection“ is the national motto of the „World Environment Day 2015″, which the UN calls on June 5th, every year to stimulate the worldwide awareness of the environment. Clean water is essential to life. That is why it needs to be protected against contamination or pollution. Heraeus“ specialty light sources allow efficient analysis of water and air quality or soils. They support precise analytical results – for a safer environment.

Continuous online measurements of water quality and emissions are a growing market driven by increasing environmental regulations. UV-VIS spectroscopy has been established as a fast and precise technique to detect a large number of relevant substances. However, these applications are even more demanding on the light source with respect to size, life time and reliability. The new Heraeus 5 W xenon flash modules match exactly the optical requirements of analytical instruments.

Whilst xenon lamps are suitable for many white light industrial applications, the high quality and high performance range of the new Heraeus 5 W xenon flash lamp modules is expressly intended for photometric instrumentation applications. These are for example UV-VIS and fluorescence spectroscopy, liquid chromatography and thin film measurement, but also semiconductor inspection or medical analysers. All applications require precise and stable analytical results. Efficiency, maintenance and cost reduction become a major aspect by choosing the right light source for the application.

Heraeus 5 W xenon flash lamp modules convert electrical energy into high intensity light flashes in a very efficient way. Due to carefully selected electrode materials and design, they provide a broad continuous UV-VIS spectrum from deep UV to near Infrared (190 to 1100 nm) with very good flash to flash stability. Single xenon light source design offers a clear cost and life time advantage over the combination of deuterium and tungsten halogen lamps.

Its high light output stability and low noise delivers precise analytical results even at high operating frequencies. The output intensity exhibits a good linearity to electrical input power for easy scalability of the signal.

For an easy integration and low maintenance

The new 5 W xenon flash lamp modules are designed as a plug & play solution. They comprise of a xenon flash lamp, power supply and connections. All fully enclosed in a modern designed metal housing with 9-pin D-sub connector for faster instrument design. The xenon flash lamp modules are compact stand-alone units that can be operated on 12 Volt or 24 Volt input and up to a lamp power consumption of 5 Watt.

Their long service life, more than 109 flashes, make them the ideal and cost efficient light source for UV-VIS and fluoresences spectroscopy, as well as online process monitoring or thin film measurement. The operating range with its voltage and frequency limits is dependent on the discharge capacitor size.

Light modules that exacly match the optical requirents of the system

Heraeus develops a wide variety of 5 W xenon flash lamp modules with different beam options and connectors. „In addition to standard options, like side-on and end-on emitting systems or different electrode orienations, xenon flash lamp modules can also be equipped with SMA fibre connectors“, explains Torsten Jenek, product manager for xenon flash lamps and modules at Heraeus Noblelight in Cambridge. „That efficiently couples the light of the module into the optical fibre and makes integration into analytical equipment even more simple and fast.“

For further information please contact:

Heraeus Noblelight GmbH
Heraeusstraße 12-14, D-63450 Hanau
www.heraeus-noblelight.com (http://www.heraeus-noblelight.com/en/productsandsolutions/opticalanalysis/xenon_flash_solutions.aspx)
Product: Robert Krause
P : +49 6181 35-5086
E: hng-analyticallamps@heraeus.com

Heraeus Noblelight GmbH with its headquarters in Hanau and with subsidiaries in the USA, Great Britain, France, China and Australia, is one of the technology- and market-leaders in the production of specialty light sources and systems. In 2014, Heraeus Noblelight had an annual turnover of 137.3 Million € and employed 884 people worldwide. The organization develops, manufactures and markets infrared and ultraviolet emitters, systems and solutions for applications in industrial manufacture, environmental protection, medicine and cosmetics, research, development and analytical measurement techniques.
Heraeus, the technology group headquartered in Hanau, Germany, is a leading international family-owned company formed in 1851. With expertise, a focus on innovations, operational excellence and an entrepreneurial leadership, we strive to continuously improve our business performance. We create high-quality solutions for our clients and strengthen their competitiveness in the long term by combining material expertise with technological know-how. Our ideas are focused on themes such as the environment, energy, health, mobility and industrial applications. Our portfolio ranges from components to coordinated material systems which are used in a wide variety of industries, including the steel, electronics, chemical, automotive and telecommunications industries.
In the 2014 financial year, Heraeus generated product revenues of €3.4 bn and precious metal revenues of €12.2bn euros. With around 12,600 employees worldwide in more than 100 subsidiaries in 38 countries, Heraeus holds a leading position in its global markets.

Kontakt
Heraeus Noblelight GmbH
Juliane Henze
Heraeusstraße 12-14
63450 Hanau
+49 6181/35–8539
+49 6181/35-16 -8539
juliane.henze@heraeus.com
http://www.heraeus-noblelight.com

Feb 20 2015

Unabhängige Studie bewertet CodeSonar als „Best-in-Class“

Toyota InfoTechnology Center vergleicht 6 statische Analysetools

Unabhängige Studie bewertet CodeSonar als "Best-in-Class"

ITHACA, NY – 20. Februar 2015 – GrammaTech , Hersteller von Tools zur besseren und schnelleren Entwicklung von Embedded Software, belegt den Spitzenplatz in der Studie Quantitative Evaluation of Static Analysis Tools vom Toyota InfoTechnology Center . Im Zuge dieser Studie sollte festgestellt werden, welches statische Analysetool Probleme im Code am schnellsten findet; die Ergebnisse und dazugehörigen Benchmarks wurden erst kürzlich von John Regehr, Associate Professor of Computer Science, University of Utah, bereit gestellt.

Der Report vergleicht sechs statische Analysetools anhand von Benchmarks in acht sicherheitsrelevanten Kategorien von Software-Fehlerarten: Static Memory, Dynamic Memory, Numerical, Resource Management, Pointer-Related, Concurrency, Inappropriate Code und Miscellaneous. Eingestuft wurde die Tools in jeder Gruppe mithilfe einer Produktivitätsmetrik, die die Fähigkeit des Tools zur Aufdeckung echter Probleme und gleichzeitigen Unterdrückung von False Positive Ergebnissen erfasst.

„Die statische Analyse ist eine wichtige, moderne und leistungsstarke Technik, um kritische Probleme in Software aufzufinden und zu vermeiden“, erläutert Shinichi Shiraishi, Senior Researcher und führender Autor der Studie. „Wir teilen diese Benchmarks gerne mit der weltweiten Community der Softwareentwickler. Damit unterstützen wir sie bei der Auswahl des passenden statischen Analysetools, um die Sicherheit ihres Codes zu gewährleisten.“

Zusätzlich zum Spitzenplatz erzielte CodeSonar nachfolgende Wertungen:
– Schnellstes Tool /“First in Finding“: Dynamischer Speicher, Concurrency, bösartiger Code (inappropriate code)
– Zweitschnellstes Tool /“Second in Finding“: Statischer Speicher, Ressourcenmanagement, verschiedene Sicherheitsprobleme
– Drittschnellstes Tool /“Third in Finding“: Pointer-relevante Fehler
– Viertschnellstes Tool „/Fourth in Finding“: Numerische Fehler

„Soweit uns bekannt ist, ist das der erste empirische Direktvergleich von statischen Analysetools, der veröffentlicht wurde, und wofür die Benchmarks für die Anwender zum Download verfügbar sind“, führt Paul Anderson, Vice President Engineering bei GrammaTech, aus. „Unsere hohe Bewertung in jeder Kategorie unterstreicht die Breite und Tiefe von CodeSonar, um schwer auffindbare Sicherheitsprobleme in Embedded Software zu identifizieren. Wir sind sehr stolz darauf, dass unser Tool an der Spitzenposition steht.“

Entwickelt für Embedded Umgebungen mit „Null-Fehler-Toleranz“ analysiert CodeSonar sowohl Quellcode als auch Binärcode, um ernste Fehler aufzuzeigen, die zu Systemabstürzen, Speicherbeschädigung, Leaks, Data Races, Sicherheitsverletzungen und anderen ernsten Problemen führen.

Über Grammatech (ww.grammatech.com):
GrammaTech, gegründet in den Informatik-Laboren der Cornell Universität (USA), ist ein führender Anbieter von Tools für Softwaresicherheit und hochentwickelten Cyber-Security Lösungen. Das Unternehmen entwickelt statische und dynamische Analyse-Tools, die sowohl Quellcode als auch ausführbare Binärdateien analysieren und Programmierfehler und Sicherheitslücken identifizieren. Zu den wichtigsten Produkten zählen die Software-Analyse-Tools CodeSonar® und CodeSurfer®. Weltweit nutzen Software-Entwickler die GrammaTech Lösungen für Embedded Systeme in allen Branchen, in denen Zuverlässigkeit und Sicherheit höchste Priorität haben. Der Hauptsitz von GrammaTech ist in Ithaca (New York), weitere Standorte befinden sich in Madison (Wisconsins) und Davis (Kalifornien).

Firmenkontakt
GrammaTech, Inc.
Laurel Stewart
531 Esty Street 531
NY 14850 Ithaca
001 607-273-7340 – 168
sales@grammatech.com
http://www.grammatech.com

Pressekontakt
Agentur Lorenzoni GmbH, Public Relations
Beate Lorenzoni
Landshuter Straße 29
85435 Erding b. München
+49 8122 559 17-0
beate@lorenzoni.de
http://www.lorenzoni.de

Jul 28 2014

Start your own business

Rieta de Soet, CEO of IBS Intelligent Business Solutions helps customers create their individual office.

Once you have decided to found your own company, you need to find a suitable office with low costs and relieable employees. These components are not easy to find, unless you get some help. IBS Business Center help you to build up your company, says Rieta de Soet.

IBS offers business center with a complete infrastructure for consultants who need an office for a few weeks or for entrepreneurs, who would like to test the market before founding an own office.

According to Rieta Vanessa de Soet, business center are a good alternative for manager and freelancer. The keyword is flexibility. Adjustable office size, furniture, term of lease and service. No matter what the customer needs, everything is possible. The IBS Business Centers are full of opportunities.

Mrs. de Soet says, analysis have shown that business center have a lot of benefits compared to ordinary rented premises. The financial aspect is not the only positive effect. The business center can be used immediately and is completely equipped.

There have never been so many options for finding the best office solution, says Rieta Vanessa de Soet. But if you rather work in your own office, you have to calculate high costs for furniture and rent and longterm contracts.

People who like to be in company and use synergies and don’t want to take care of anything, will be enthusiastic about the concept of a business center. IBS offers qualified employees, for example secretary, business economist and tax consultant, who are available for you on demand.

Über IBS Intelligent Business Solutions GmbH

IBS Intelligent Business Solutions GmbH ist ein Team von Betriebswirten, Rechtsanwälten, Marketing- und Unternehmensberatern. Die 18-jährige fachliche und persönliche Kompetenz des IBS Teams machen den Erfolg für unseren Kunden aus.

Unsere gemeinsame Philosophie verpflichtet uns dazu eine Unternehmenskultur zu pflegen, die von gemeinsamen Zielen und Werten geprägt ist. Wir verstehen darunter hohes persönliches Engagement und Zusammenarbeit auf der Basis eines offenen und fairen Verhaltens.

In allen unseren Geschäftsbeziehungen praktizieren wir dieses partnerschaftliche Verhalten, das zu erfolgreichen und langfristigen Kooperationen führt.

IBS GmbH
Rieta Vanessa de Soet
Gubelstrasse 12
6300 Zug
0041 41 560 36 00
pr@news-channel.ch
http://www.ibsgmbh.ch

Nov 20 2013

Videoüberwachung: Neue Version von IPS VideoManager

Automatisierte Echtzeit-Bildanalyse und Videomanagement von Securiton mit neuen Features

Videoüberwachung: Neue Version von IPS VideoManager

Achern, 20. November 2013 – Securiton ( www.securiton.de ), Spezialist für Videoüberwachungssysteme mit automatisierter Echtzeitanalyse von Bildern aus Überwachungskameras und Videomanagement, hat die Version 4.2 seiner Softwarelösung IPS VideoManager veröffentlicht. Ereignisse im Erfassungsbereich von Kameras meldet das System über die firmeneigene Cloud (SecuriCloud) automatisch in eine beliebig weit entfernte Leitstelle, aber auch auf mobile Endgeräte.

Eines der neuen Features ist die zeitsynchronisierte Recherche in einer unbegrenzten Größe von Datenspeichern. Dies erlaubt es, deutlich schneller als früher, im Schadensfall die Bewegung von Personen oder Objekten im Vorfeld eines Ereignisses zu rekonstruieren. Zudem ermöglicht eine „Smart Search“-Funktion im Videomaterial nach auffälligen Mustern zu recherchieren. Vor allem der Terroranschlag beim Boston-Marathon hat deutlich gemacht, wie wichtig es ist, eine große Zahl von Videoquellen rasch sekundengenau zu synchronisieren.

Automatisierte Echtzeitanalyse auch in Kameras

Ein weiteres zusätzliches Produktmerkmal des IPS VideoManager ist ein intuitiv bedienbarer Zugriff über Standardbrowser per LAN oder WLAN (Internet). Passwortgeschützt können Anwender auf Live-Bilder zugreifen, Kameras steuern und Analyse-Module neu konfigurieren. Zudem erlaubt die Software es jetzt, einzelne Kameras per Mausklick – etwa in Bezug auf die Datenübertragung – zu priorisieren. Eine Echtzeit-Analyse und Kompression des Videostroms schon in der Kamera gestattet es, Alarmbilder auch bei schmalen Bandbreiten etwa auf mobile Endgeräte zu übertragen. Parallel lassen sich hochauflösende Bilder in der Kamera und auf externen Datenspeichern, auch verschlüsselt in der firmeneigenen Cloud, archivieren.

Videokomplettlösung für KMUs mit Intervention

Securiton bietet auch eine Komplettlösung, die vor allem für kleine und mittlere Unternehmen optimiert ist. Zu diesem Video-Bundleangebot gehören neben IPS VideoManager eine Anlage mit bis zu 32 Kameras, Speicher- und Übertragungsmedien, zudem Planung und Errichtung. Auf Wunsch können die Bilder auf eine Leitstelle aufgeschaltet werden, die bundesweit flächendeckend Interventionsservices mit vereinbarten Reaktionszeiten anbietet. Alle Komponenten dieser Einsteigerlösung sind aufeinander abgestimmt und lassen sich unbegrenzt skaliert erweitern, auch intelligent mit Video-Analyse-Plugins.

Die Securiton-Software IPS VideoManager steuert an beliebig vielen Standorten verteilte Kamerasysteme, bietet ein differenziertes Speichermanagement und erkennt automatisiert sowie in Echtzeit irreguläre Ereignisse im Erfassungsbereich von Videoüberwachungskameras. Dazu zählen etwa Linienübertritte wie das Übersteigen eines Zauns, Personen im Gleisbett von Bahnanlagen, Feuer und Rauch, längere Zeit nicht bewegte Objekte wie Koffer oder markante Verhaltensmuster wie Graffiti-Sprayen. IPS VideoManager ist unter anderem in Hochsicherheitsbereichen im Einsatz.

Bildrechte: Securiton

Über die Securiton GmbH:

Die Securiton GmbH, Achern, ein Unternehmen der Securitas Gruppe Schweiz, ist Spezialist für Alarm- und Sicherheitssysteme. Securiton ist Hersteller von Software zur Videobildanalyse sowie von Anlagen zur Brandfrühesterkennung und für das Gefahren- und Zutrittsmanagement. Das Unternehmen konzipiert, plant und errichtet für seine Kunden zudem individuelle Systemlösungen. Anwender kommen u. a. aus der Unternehmenssicherheit, dem Management kritischer Infrastrukturen, Mittelstand und Behörden. Mit „Premium Private“ (www.premium-private.de) bietet Securiton daneben ein umfassendes Konzept zum Schutz des privaten Umfelds exponierter Personen – von der Analyse und Konzepterstellung über physikalische Barrieren, mechanische und elektronische
Sicherheitstechnik bis hin zur Interventionsorganisation.

Kontakt
Securiton GmbH
Markus Strübel
Von-Drais-Straße 33
77855 Achern
07841 62230
markus.struebel@securiton.de
http://www.securiton.de

Pressekontakt:
rfw. kommunikation
Ina Biehl-v.Richthofen
Poststraße 9
64293 Darmstadt
06151 3990-21
biehl@rfw-kom.de
http://www.rfw-kom.de