Monthly Archive: May 2014

Federal Institute

The Franconian capital investment and real estate specialist has with the real estate development fund PROJECT”four cities”Fund developed a solution for institutional investors. Bamberg, 25.06.2013: the Franconian capital investment and real estate specialist has with the real estate development fund PROJECT “four cities developed a fund solution for institutional investors. The current interest rate low institutional portfolios lose significant revenues. Core inventory properties offer no alternative due to the lower yields. The demand for professional partners for real estate development is severely. German power plants, insurance companies and pension funds have to invest the chance with professional real estate development from the House PROJECT in one of the most stable asset classes with attractive yields: residential real estate in major German cities. PROJECT makes the Group of companies with its own branches as its investment offers in the public areas only investments in locations, where successfully is present. The Fund four cities invests only in the cream de la cream of the German residential real estate markets: Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt am Main and Munich.

Highlight of the Fund is the proven PROJECT security concept. This consists of an attractive start portfolio of high-quality objects, diversification through investment in at least six development projects in three different locations, as well as full equity of the Fund. Thus, the capital of institutional investors is always secured by debt-free land registers of the designed objects. The target volume is EUR 100 million in a Fund run for five years. Real estate expertise responsible is the PROJECT real estate group with an exclusive asset manager for planning, construction and sale of real estate. The exclusive asset manager of the PROJECT investment group acts as a fully integrated developer and covers the full value chain with its over one hundred highly skilled real estate specialists, including architects, civil engineers and own sales staff, AB “, as Jurgen Uwira, CEO of PROJECT real estate trust specialized in institutional investments.

The exclusive combination of investment and asset managers has existed since 1995 and is a unique market investment and real estate expertise. Planned exit strategy the investment focuses on residential real estate development with sale to owner-occupiers. This ensures quick return. Also, the exit planning is already before purchasing the land through integration of the own sales teams on the ground. With this strategy in combination with the proven safety concept the Franks aim to achieve a return of 8%-10% IRR on. That this is possible, has proved the PROJECT investment group with numerous object developments over the years. Also still no single project completed in the almost 20-year history of the company negatively. AIFM compliant partnership by the structure of the Fund is a result from numerous conversations with institutional investors. The home portfolio, and the deal pipeline, as well as the timely capital views secure moderate magnitude of the Fund. In the legal drafting, the Franks set on the newly created possibilities of the investment code (KAGB). The Fund four metropolises is designed as AIFM regulated investment funds for institutional investors in the form of the limited partnership. The additional security of State supervision and custodian bank has a downer time costs. Only from July 22, 2013 the PROJECT investment group may submit the application to the approval at the Federal Institute for financial services supervision (BFin), so that expected to fall this year first investor in the Fund funds. For more information,

Leibniz Laser

Get science prize of the founder’s Association together with partners from industry and science has the Fraunhofer-Institute for laser technology ILT in Aachen on May 8, 2012 the Science Award of the founder’s Association”. While the Fraunhofer annual meeting in Stuttgart was awarded a new laser platform to scale of the performance of Ultrashort laser pulses. The Jenoptik lasers & material processing Division had for this development the JOLD-650-HSF pump source-provided 4 L in the form of a horizontal line. This achieved a power density of more than 16 watts per square millimeter. Compared to existing pump lines, representing a doubling of performance. This result was the basis and motivation for the development of the Femtosekundenlasers of high peak power at the ILT. Ultrashort laser pulse with high performance are ideal for precise and efficient use in medical technology and in the materials processing, for example when cutting glass.

The newly developed by the ILT laser platform enables a high performance of Ultrashort laser pulses by the INNOSLAB amplifier as Heart. Managed developers through this slabs of a laser crystal plate the average laser power of Ultrashort pulse laser sources in the range of several 100 Watts to increase. The Science Award of the founder’s Association granted by the Stifterverband fur die Deutsche Wissenschaft”is endowed with 50,000 euros and awarded scientifically excellent collaborative projects between Fraunhofer institutes, industry and other research institutes. In particular, the excellent location and cross-thematic cooperation was recognized in the joint project of the ILT. Besides the Jenoptik lasers & material processing Division included the RWTH Aachen University, the Max Planck Institute for quantum optics, as well as the companies Amphos and EdgeWave current project partners of the Fraunhofer ILT. Excellent projects with participation of Jenoptik.

Only in March another project with participation of Jenoptik was awarded with high efficient diode lasers. The Ferdinand-Braun-Institut, Leibniz-Institut fur Hochstfrequenztechnik (FBH) had in cooperation with the Division lasers & material processing most Location Berlin developed new diode laser, which significantly less energy is lost as usual, without worsening the beam quality. For the rapid transfer of research in industrial applications, project 2012 received the transfer price. More information about the Fraunhofer Network project, see how to. A comprehensive overview of the product portfolio of the Jenoptik lasers & material processing Division will find you under lm. Jenoptik lasers & material processing Division in the field of lasers & material processing we dominate the entire value chain of laser materials processing and are among the leading suppliers of component up to the complex. In the area of the laser, Jenoptik has specialized in high quality semiconductor materials, reliable diode laser, as well as innovative solid state laser like disc and fiber laser and is high-performance diode lasers worldwide recognized quality leader. This laser beam sources are among others in the materials processing, medical technology and used in the show & entertainment. In the field of laser systems, we develop laser systems and machines that are integrated in the course of process optimization and automation with our customers in manufacturing plants. These are used for the processing of plastics, metals, glass and thin-film solar cells with high efficiency, precision and safety.

Augenstein Cooperation

“Kompass GmbH project sponsors ‘International cooperation management’ Freiburg, 30.05.2012 the BDU Forum Baden-Wurttemberg is the initiator of the project international cooperation management”, which by the Duale Hochschule Baden-Wurttemberg Stuttgart under the scientific supervision by Prof. Dr. Friedrich Augenstein is carried out. The Kompass GmbH provides the data of 10,000 SMEs available who are asked about their experiences with transnational cooperation by means of online interviews in Germany alone. Is scheduled to perform the opinion poll in the BRIC countries and evt.

to expand to other countries. Cooperation for medium-sized companies is often the only way to compete in the national and international competition. What is the fusion for the large, is cooperation for SMEs. About half of the partnerships fail various reasons, especially when national and cultural borders are exceeded. This project is the most diverse Aspects of cooperation shine through, which describe the results in a study and develop recommendations for action. Gunter Monjau, Board member of the BDU Forum Baden-Wurttemberg: we want to bring the goals and motives of international co-operations in experience, transparent to make the risks and find effective forms of organization. The study is available upon completion free of charge for the BDU and compass.”

Progress Snapshot Study

The success of the IT project needs active communication with upper management, departments, customers and partners of Munich, the 29 April 2013 progress5, Agency for brand & business development, examined the importance of advanced IT-project-communication, which goes beyond the narrow circle of the IT project team. The results of the current progress5 snapshot study IT-project-communication 2013 “make clear: A clear majority of IT executives highlights the need for strategic and economic benefits of advanced IT-project communication. However, the implementation is a challenge: it lacks common resources, skills and appropriate concepts, to realize these structured and commercially for different target groups. The complete study is available free of charge under. For this snapshot study progress5, Agency for brand & business development, has 21 IT executives from Germany asked in March and April 2013, a total of twelve CIOs international bulimic, partly listed companies, six Managing Director of IT services company, two IT project manager and a responsible leader for enterprise marketing. Majority sees organizational and economic benefits executives with many years of experience and responsibility in the IT project business are largely agree: you see mostly clear advantages in advanced communication of IT projects to stakeholders such as business management, departments, users and employees, customers and partners. According to 76% of the respondents this earlier and more structured necessary adjustments and can be identified and implemented due to better support through the management improves the chances of success. 81 Percent see a reliable way for an improved acceptance of the user towards new solutions in advanced IT-project-communication, and for 95 percent, a clear advantage is that cross-departmental cooperation succeed more smoothly and faster. That it still often adequate IT-project-communication lack, is according to 67 per cent of respondents to a lack of resources. 48 Percent say that missing in the company the necessary competences, although is considered to be an overarching communication as necessary.