01.02.2017 TECHNIKON

Internship at Technikon

 

On 01st February 2017, Ms. Gabriele Weiß from Villach-Landskron, Carinthia started her internship at Technikon. Gabriele is studying Business Management at FH Kärnten and she will support our Project Management Team.

26.01.2017 TECHNIKON

Technikon ist der wahre Meister der EU-Projekte

Ein Radar gegen Drohnen, ein Sicherheitszertifikat für cyber-kritische Bereiche oder Laser-Sensoren, die Wasser analysieren ... [read more]

16.01.2017 TECHNIKON

A new employee started to work at Technikon

On 16th January 2017, Ms. Mag. (FH) Patricia Brigola from Klagenfurt, Carinthia joined our team at Technikon. She will work within the Project Management Team.

 
01.01.2017 TECHNIKON

Project Announcement - VESSEDIA

On 1st of January 2017 the European cooperative research project, VESSEDIA “Verification Engineering of safety and security critical industrial applications” has officially started. The VESSEDIA Kick-Off meeting will take place from 19th to 20th January, in France. VESSEDIA aims to device an approach that allows for safe and secure connected applications. The target is to make formal methods more accessible for application domains that improve the security and reliability of software applications. The VESSEDIA consortium consists of 10 partners from 7 different EU countries. It is thoroughly selected mix of partners who complement each other with their competencies, experience and ambition at high level.

  VESSEDIA
Announcement Letter VESSEDIA [PDF, 800 KiB]
01.01.2017 TECHNIKON

Project Announcement - certMILS

On 1st of January 2017 the European cooperative research project, certMILS “Compositional security certification for medium- to high-assurance COTS-based systems in environments with emerging threats” has officially started. The certMILS Kick-Off meeting will take place from 11th to 12th January, in Austria. certMILS aims to increase the economic efficiency and European competitiveness of Cyber-physical system (CPS) development, while demonstrating the effectiveness of safety & security certification of composable systems. The certMILS consortium consists of 11 partners (including linked third parties) from 5 different EU countries. It is thoroughly selected mix of partners who complement each other with their competencies, experience and ambition at high level.

 
Announcement Letter certMILS [PDF, 683 KiB]
01.01.2017 TECHNIKON

Project Announcement - ALFA

On 1st of January 2017, the European cooperative research project ALFA has officially started. The Kick-Off meeting will take place from 23rd – 24th January 2017 in The Hague. ALFA stands for “Advanced Low Flying Aircraft Detection and Tracking” and the main objective is the development of a surveillance system for timely detection, classification and understanding of the intentions of suspected air targets. The consortium brings together an European team of recognized organizations from various backgrounds from 6 different European countries (Austria, The Netherlands, Portugal, Italy, Spain, Germany). Due to excellent cooperation in the proposal creation the basis for a very promising collaboration has already been set.

 
Announcement Letter ALFA [PDF, 833 KiB]
01.01.2017 TECHNIKON

Project Announcement - AQUARIUS

On 1st of January 2017, a European cooperative research project within the Photonics Public Private Partnership, has officially started. The Kick-Off meeting will take place on the 17th and 18th January 2017 in Vienna. AQUARIUS stands for “Broadband Tunable QCL based Sensor for Online and Inline Detection of Contaminants in Water” and aims to develop a new generation of photonic sensing solutions, which enable pervasive water monitoring, using high-performance online systems and compact and cost-effective inline systems. The AQUARIUS consortium consists of 8 partners from 5 different countries (Austria, Germany, Poland, Belgium, The Netherlands). Due to excellent cooperation in the proposal creation the basis for a very promising collaboration has already been set.

 
Announcement Letter AQUARIUS [PDF, 845 KiB]