Project got off to a successful start

The IoSense project has been launched yesterday at the Dresden site of Infineon Technologies AG. Besides the project partners, representatives from the participating funding bodies and governmental authorities attended the kick-off ceremony in Dresden.

f. l. t. r.: Dr. Willy van Puymbroeck (Head of Unit at DG CONNECT representing the European Commission), Bert De Colvenaer (Executive Director of ECSEL Joint Undertaking), Helmut Warnecke (Management Infineon Technologies Dresden), Stanislaw Tillich (Prime Minister of Saxony), Dr. Reinhard Ploss (CEO of Infineon Technologies), Prof. Dr. Wolf-Dieter Lukas (Director General at the Federal Ministry of Education and Research), Mathias Kamolz (Management Infineon Technologies Dresden) and Dr. Oliver Pyper (Senior Manager R&D&I Programmes and IoSense Project Coordinator)
The IoSense consortium after the official ceremony

After the official ceremony the consortium came together to get to work. The tasks of the eight work packages were discussed in detail. The official program reached an end this afternoon.

View the official Infineon press release announcing the project and it’s start in Dresden here.