Silicon Line was founded with the vision to provide
advanced and easily accessible analog and mixed signal ICs for consumer,
telecom, automotive, and industrial applications worldwide.
Agnion develops and distributes the biomass
Heatpipe-Reformer, a highly innovative technology to upgrade woody
biomass to burnable gases with high heating values. The
Heatpipe-Reformer is the ideal basis for a cost-effective supply of
heat, gas and electrical power in units of approximately 0.5 to 1.0 MW
The Agnion Headquarter and R&D centre is located in Pfaffenhofen (Germany). An additional development site is in Graz (Austria).
Proximetry provides wireless performance management solutions, for highly distributed, performance critical, multi-protocol wireless networks. Proximetry is a privately held company, headquartered in San Diego, California, with offices in Poland and research partners in Germany.
Right Hemisphere is the leading provider of enterprise product communication and collaboration solutions enabling manufacturers to optimize their global product development, launch, and support processes. Right Hemisphere is a privately held, venture-funded corporation based in Silicon Valley and offices in Auckland, New Zealand, and Munich, Germany.
Vis-à-pix is a leading provider of intelligent 3D video content analysis software which received numerous industry awards. The company is a spinoff of the Fraunhofer Heinrich-Hertz-Institute and is headquartered in Potsdam, Germany.
Fludicon GmbH is a leading developer and producer of dampers and actuators with electrorheological fluids (ERF). Based in Darmstadt, the company has active cooperation with several Fraunhofer Institutes.
Communology GmbH is a leading provider of mobile client solutions for the mobile communication and digital media industry. Based on its industry standard mobile Java test suite, Communology has developed a mobile application toolkit allowing to quickly building media-rich mobile applications across a wide variety of mobile devices. The company is headquartered in Cologne.
Harvest manages organic waste using advanced technologies to produce renewable energy and high value soil and organic fertilizer products. The company gains control of waste streams through acquisitions in key local markets, and uses its own technologies and those of others to generate natural gas and electricity. Harvest is transforming the organic waste business by extracting maximum value from these waste streams.
CPM Compact Power Motors GmbH supplies the most compact electric drives in the world for all types of vehicles, power units and generator-related applications. For instance, the patented 4 kW electric motor with integrated controller has the dimension of a can and the highest level of efficiency in this size and performance class.
Bekon Holding AG designs, develops and markets biomass conversion products, systems and services based on a unique dry fermentation process technology. Bekon addresses the complete bio-organic waste disposal and waste-to-energy or municipal solid waste (MSW) markets. Since the Bekon technology cannot only generate electricity, heat and natural gas by processing the biomass waste feedstock, but also generates biomass-based compost, the chances and flexibility of employing the Bekon technology are enormous. In 2009 Bekon developed a new product, the so-called BioCoal technology. With this technology Bekon can also process unsorted organic and un-organic municipal solid waste into green BioCoal, which can be co-fired in coal power plants. Thereby major CO2-heavy coal power plants can become much greener, without major changes in the coal power plants themselves.