Fraunhofer Portugal

A Driving Force
in Innovation

Fraunhofer Portugal promotes the creation of scientific knowledge, and explores technology innovations oriented towards economic growth and social well-being.

Research of
Practical Utility

Fraunhofer Portugal's research centres are at the forefront of innovation in the fields related to ICT.

Fraunhofer Portugal

Fraunhofer Portugal contributes with technological innovation in collaboration with scientific institutions in Portugal.

and Organization

Fraunhofer Portugal is a non-profit private association founded by Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Europe's largest applied research organization, and Câmara de Comércio e Indústria Luso-Alemã.


Fraunhofer Portugal operates at the moment one research centre – Fraunhofer AICOS.

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Fraunhofer AICOS hosts “Mostra de Tecnologia” for seniors


On the 12th of December, Fraunhofer AICOS will be hosting a guided visit to the laboratories of the research centre and a showcase of AICOS’ technologies applied to health and well-being, specially prepared for people with more than 65 years old.



Fraunhofer AICOS hosts “Fórum Collective Transfer: Silver Economy”


On the 6th of December, Fraunhofer AICOS will be hosting decision makers from companies with a technological base or intensive knowledge in the field of ICT to support active aging, for a forum dedicated to knowledge transfer in this field.



Representatives from the EIT Health were present at AICOS


On November 14th, representatives of the EIT Health visited Fraunhofer AICOS and had the opportunity to get to know the activity and work of the research centre, operated by Fraunhofer Portugal.



Fraunhofer technology developed for “personal safety in every situation” highlighted at the largest trade show for the medical sector


The GoLiveClip technology developed by Fraunhofer AICOS in partnership with the Dutch company Gociety Solutions, was exhibited at MEDICA. This wearable device was singled out as one of the most interesting solutions exhibited at the trade fair, by one of Germany’s biggest newspapers, the Bild.