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  • AIM Mobile Traffic Acquisition: Instrument toolbox for detection and assessment of traffic behavior

    The Mobile Services as part of Test field AIM (Application Platform for Intelligent Mobility) are field instruments for detection and assessment of traffic behavior based on a mobile and flexible architecture approach. They serve as a tool box for the purpose of analyzing natural traffic behavior and phenomena, e.g. safety related phenomena, based on trajectories. Thus, the facility can be used for a number of applications in the field of intelligent mobility.

    Polar Research and Supply Vessel POLARSTERN Operated by the Alfred-Wegener-Institute

    POLARSTERN, operated by the Alfred-Wegener-Institut Helmholtz-Zentrum für Polar- und Meeresforschung, is an ice going research and supply vessel. The main operation areas are the ice-covered seas of the northern and southern polar regions. The ship provides ideal working conditions for almost all compartments of marine sciences, atmospheric and glaciological research. It can break ice up to 2m continuously and can operate up to 90 days at sea. POLARSTERN is therefore ideally suited for often ...

    PAES: Positron annihilation induced Auger electron spectrometer

    Positron annihilation induced Auger electron spectroscopy (PAES) is a newly developed application for surface studies with high elemental selectivity and exceptional surface sensitivity. The instrument is operated by the Technische Universität München and is located at NEPOMUC.

    CISSY: A station for preparation and surface/interface analysis of thin film materials and devices

    The CISSY end station combines thin film deposition (sputtering, molecular beam epitaxy ambient-pressure methods) with surface and bulk-sensitive analysis (photo emission, x-ray emission, x-ray absorption) in the same UHV system, allowing fast and contamination–free transfer between deposition and analysis. It is mainly used for the fabrication and characterization of thin film devices and their components like thin film photovoltaic cells, water-splitting devices and other functional thin fi...

    Neumayer III and Kohnen Station in Antarctica operated by the Alfred Wegener Institute

    The Alfred Wegener Institute operates two stations in Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica. The German overwintering station Neumayer III is located on the Ekström Ice Shelf at 70°40’S and 08°16’W and is the logistics base for three long-term observatories (meteorology, air chemistry and geophysics) and nearby research activities. Due to the vicinity to the coast (ca. 20 km from the ice shelf edge), the Neumayer III Station is the junction for many German Antarctic expeditions, especially as the st...
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