Publcation on DIY privacy protection

Research for more climate protection in buildings

Fraunhofer ISI

Fraunhofer Institute for
Systems and Innovation Research ISI

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The Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI analyzes the origins and impacts of innovations. We research the short- and long-term developments of innovation processes and the impacts of new technologies and services on society. On this basis, we are able to provide our clients from industry, politics and science with recommendations for action and perspectives for key decisions. Our expertise is founded on our scientific competence as well as an interdisciplinary and systemic research approach.

News

  • Do-it-yourself privacy protection cannot replace the state’s obligation to protect its citizens

    The Fraunhofer ISI played a big role in the Computers, Privacy and Data Protection Conference: Dr. Michael Friedewald chaired the panel discussion on do-it-yourself privacy protection. Fraunhofer ISI coordinates the research association "Forum Privacy", which has published a white paper on this topic.

  • Research for more climate protection in buildings

    To reach the targets for energy savings and climate protection in buildings more ambitious measures are needed in EU member states. In all EU countries improvements are necessary for the modernization of buildings, when using renewable energy instead of coal and oil to heat and cool buildings and to improve the efficiency of space cooling.

  • Energy storage for electric mobility – is Germany on its way to becoming a lead market and lead supplier?

    According to a recent study, Germany has narrowed the gap to the leading nations Japan and Korea, especially with regard to knowledge building in research organizations and industrial companies in the field of lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles. However, Germany has not yet succeeded in turning this knowledge into domestic battery cell production on a larger scale.