The Applied Mechatronics and System Design Lab develops mechatronic systems for use across diverse sectors and carries out R&D from the initial idea to prototype production. For many years LAMS has offered its services as a "technology booster" for a wide range of innovative companies, from automation systems suppliers and equipment manufacturers, to medical instruments manufacturers. Projects have focused on the following areas:
- High frequency engineering (HF) in the power range from milliwatt to kilowatt
- Electro-magnetic compatibility (EMV): consulting and qualitative, non-certified, near and far field measurement up to 3 GHz
- Power electronics and power engineering
- Drive technology and measurement technology
- Design with SolidWorks and SolidCAM
- Thermography and aerodynamic measurements including calorific analysis
LAMS has traditionally focused on application-oriented high frequency engineering. Successful industrial projects on dielectrical warming and the shaping of plastics have already been carried out (EU patent EP2399717A2). In addition we have developed our own high frequency impedance spectroscopy device.
Outstanding students are always involved in project work, given professional supervision and support by the LAMS team.