FZI Research Center for Information Technology
The FZI Research Center for Information Technology, with headquarters in Karlsruhe and a branch office in Berlin, is a non-profit institution for information technology application research and technology transfer. It brings the latest scientific findings in information technology to companies and public institutions and qualifies young people for academic and business careers or the leap into self-employment. Supervised by professors from various faculties, the research groups at the FZI develop interdisciplinary concepts, software, hardware and system solutions for their clients and implement the solutions found as prototypes. The FZI House of Living Labs provides a unique research environment for application research. The FZI is an innovation partner of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).
Intelligent Tumor Diagnostics 2
innBW follow-up project on an AI-based diagnostic system for skin tumors
Microelectronics for AI - Data-oriented realization in industrial use
With the help of Edge AI, learning-capable chips for industrial applications are realized
Microelectronics for AI - Neuromorphic Hardware
Development of adaptive as well as secure and energy-efficient AI chips - elementary building block for Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things.
EvoBus: Managing electrical and electronic architectures
FZI is developing concepts and methods for variant and configuration management of electrical/electronic architectures in buses for EvoBus GmbH.
Test Area Autonomous Driving Baden-Württemberg (TAF BW)
The Test Area Autonomous Driving Baden-Württemberg (TAF BW) covers all types of public roads. Companies and research institutions can test technologies and services related to connected and automated driving here.