Smart Systems Integration

Oana Mitrea
+43 664 / 88 22 62 52

Silicon Alps shapes the future of electronic systems

Long-term vision
System integration along the Silicon Alps value chain leads to first-class innovative products and R&D projects
2020 goals
Non-commercial (first virtual) demonstrator of SSI competencies based on the “Skiing of the future” playground
On this basis: formation of project teams and initiation of cooperation in the development of systems and R&D projects

Current highlights

The group was founded in January 2018. It represents a variety of partner competencies related to smart systems at different integration levels: materials and material analysis, smart sensors, packaging, hardware-software integration, smart product development, modeling & simulation, usability & user interaction, etc. The focus of the activities is the demonstration of cluster competencies and the initiation of R&D cooperation projects

Our group

Members

Industry Chairman: Josef Moser, Innovation & Funding Management, Infineon Technologies Austria AG

Academic Chairman: Johannes Sturm, Professor of Integrated Circuit Design, FH Kärnten

  • Alpen Adria Universität Klagenfurt
  • AT&S
  • Analog Devices
  • Bright Red Systems (BRS)
  • CISC Semiconductor
  • INFINEON
  • FH Kärnten
  • MCL
  • PCCL
  • TDK Electronics
  • Edera Safety
  • Joanneum Research
  • Sibrai Electronics
  • Silicon Austria Labs
  • QUS – Body Connected

Past activities and recent focus

Main activities 

  • Kick-off Meeting February 2018
  • Follow-up Meeting (17 Mai, 9.00-11.00, Leoben).
  •  “Best Practice – Lernen aus den Erfolgsformaten anderer nationalen und Europäischen Cluster” – Presentation in the Follow-Up Meeting
  • Silicon Alps SpotLight: “Materialforschung für die Mikroelektronik in Leoben” – 17.05.2017. See the report on: https://www.silicon-alps.at/spotlight-materials-research-for-microelectronics/
  • Preparation of the information campaign for the Maturaprojektwettbewerb of the FH Kärnten:

Winterworkshop of the focus group on the topic Virtual Demonstrator Ski of the future, 7-8 January 2019

Silicon Alps Prize Smart Systems in the Maturaprojektwettbewerb FH Kärnten: Project presentations and award ceremony on 26.04, see details on:  https://www.silicon-alps.at/an-die-maturantinnen-und-maturanten-smarte-systeme-veraendern-die-zukunft-gestalten-sie-mit-2/

Design Thinking Workshop for the Construction of Demonstration Scenarios, 15.10.2019, TDK Electronics

how can we help you?

If you have any questions, contact us or one of our team members.

Few areas in our day-to-day life manage without products and components from the microelectronics, electronics or mechatronics industry. This, in turn, is a strong motor and an opportunity for the entire supplier industry. In my opinion, it is the suppliers, i.e. the small and medium-sized enterprises, that will benefit most from the microelectronics cluster Carinthia-Styria. The cluster is a platform that supports and encourages us suppliers to develop further and build new capabilities. For many this is even a stepping stone to access new sectors and markets.

Josef Ortner
CEO, Ortner Group

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