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(frown'hō-fer),
Joseph von, German optician, 1787-1826. See: Fraunhofer lines.
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The motto of the continuing investigations should read thus: "Maximum gain from minimum resources" (Frauenhofer study on energy efficiency in production, 2009).
[15] Geyer, W., Richter, H., Fuchs, L., Frauenhofer, T., Daijavad, S., Poltrock, S., A Team Collaboration Space Supporting Capture and Access of Virtual Meetings, ACM 2001 International Conference on Supporting Group Work, Boulder, Colorado, USA, 2001.
A substantial group of organizations, such as Battelle, Forrester Research and the Frauenhofer Institutes, provide services, information and tools to help other firms innovate.
The Frauenhofer Institute for Traffic Infrastructure Systems Dresden, Germany, has recently begun testing a prototype of its AutoTram mass transit system.
(4) Such as the Max Planck Institute or the Frauenhofer Gesellschaft
A new thin-film analysis instrument, produced by Germany's Frauenhofer Thin Film Research Institute, is available in the U.S.
1987: Experts at the Frauenhofer Institude start work on perceptual audio coding.
Frauenhofer et al., Practice and Procedure of the Juvenile Court for the State of Connecticut, 41 CONN.
Eventually he raised enough money to commission Alcatel to design and build his radio satellite, he got the Frauenhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits in Germany to develop a prototype receiver and signed on four Japanese manufacturers, Hitachi, Matsushita (Panasonic), Sanyo and JVC to mass produce the radio sets.
The input is coordinated by the ICONDA-Agency at the Frauenhofer Information Center for Regional Planning and Building Construction, Stuttgart, Germany.