IoSense Spring School 2018 in Dresden

The IoSense Spring School invited to a full-day event on April 11, 2018 presenting keynotes from industry perspectives as well as technical talks on specific topics from partners of the project.

We want to thank all participants, guests, speakers and the conference organizers for this wonderful Spring School.

More than 30 participants listened to great talks of our IoSense consortium members. The audience was very interested and we had fruitful discussions.

Our agenda can be found here:
The abstracts of the presentations can be found here:
If you visited the conference, you should have the password to the PDF of all presentations:

A big thank you to all our partners who supported us with organizing this conference. A special thanks goes to all speakers, who did a great job, giving us insights in their field.

Below some of the highlights of our conference. We hope to see you attend our next IoSense Summer/Spring School 2019 in Delft, The Netherlands.


Our conference room had a nice baroque flair due to the stuck and marble pillars – an elevated area for discussions and a nice view to the Elbe.

The SSI conference was opened by three keynotes. One of them was given by Prof. Uwe Aßmann with the topic fog and robotic co-working.

  • Keynote Dr. Oliver Pyper, Infineon Technologies Dresden and Project Coordinator IoSense “Sensing the world for IoT

  • IoT from the Perspective of a Sensor Company Ewald Wachmann, Senior Manager – ams AG, Austria

  • Innovative Process Chains for Sensors Horst Theuss, Lead Principal – Infineon Technologies Regensburg, Germany

  • TrustworSys – Towards Trustworthiness for IoT Sensors Thomas Pieber, TU Graz, Infineon Technologies Austria AG, Austria

  • Advanced Packaging of a Micro-Gravity Sensor System: Microsystem Integration from a Hardware Perspective Henk van Zeijl & Luke Middelburg, TU Delft, Netherlands

  • From Parking Assistance to Automated Parking using a Time-Of-Flight Camera Jesus Murgoitio, Project Manager – Tecnalia, Spain
  • Passive RFID Sensors – Battery-Free, Wireless Pressure Measurements Dr. Andreas Weder, Team Manager of Module Integration Group – Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems (IPMS), Germany

  • Virtual Prototyping for Shortest Time-to-Market of New IoT Products (Focus: Design for Reliability) Prof. Sven Rzepka, Fraunhofer Institute for Electronic Nano Systems (ENAS), Germany

Detecting Particles – Make it Simple by a new Fine Dust Sensor, Jörg Schulz, Head of R&D – Dr. Födisch Umweltmesstechnik AG, Germany

  • Workshop session on IoT Ecosystems – Customer Centric Lean Innovation Process — Prof. Dr. Uwe Aßmann & Carl Mai – Technische Universität Dresden

Inside the workshop session, we explained CLIP and the webpage LINC. Together with the audience, a new idea surrounding the Cube-Its was generated. The Cube-It can be seen in image 3. In the end, based on this idea, a business model canvas was filled together.