Research and Developement

Infokom runs an  active networking and has been a partner in various innovative networks and co-operations at both national and international levels.

Network and international Projects 

Network partners are health ministries, regional hospital organizations and medical institutions in Germany, Europe and also in Asia, Middle East, USA, etc.


FEARLESS – stands for Fear Elimination As Resolution for Loosing Elderly’s Substantial Sorrows. This EU project  consists of developing a sensor system that is able to detect a variety of risks in the home environment and to react automatically based on each event. The resulting  security feeling reduces fears of the elderly, thus increases  their mobility. This allows them to remain active and lead an independent life.

Project partners are from Italy, Spain, Austria and Germany.

Here you will find more information to Fearless project and its partners.

Artificial Life, Inc.

For Artificial Life from Hong Kong , Infokom is a strategic partner for  healthcare applications. Since its creation in 1994 in Boston, Artificial Life Inc. is a pioneer in artificial intelligence and mobile technology. More information can be found here.


The company MULTISENSORIC GmbH was created in 1995 as a counterpart to the research association JENASENSORIC e.V. A number of joint projects have been successfully completed. Dr. Ahlers is the author of several books in the field of sensors and the related procedures. He holds a number of patents in this area. For those who are interested in this area , it is worth visiting the company website.

National Projects and Science network


The national network includes  doctors‘ practices, hospitals and medical care centers  in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Saxony-Anhalt and Brandenburg

Unternehmen Region – Innoregio disco

In the BMBF Innovation Initiative “ Unternehmen Region “ Infokom has developed telemedicine applications and the basis of the telematics platform in the Innoregio joint project disco – disease information and service-center online. Partner in this project were the Institute for Diabetes „Gerhardt Katsch“ e.V., Karlsburg, the University Clinic of Greifswald and other SMEs from the region


In the project TeleAdi in collaboration with the MEDIGREIF Inselklinik Heringsdorf GmbH, a structured Treatment and education program for children and adolescents with overweight and obesity was developed and implemented as a multimodal therapy concept .


sponsored by the Ministry of Economics of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (MV)

The project goal is to create a new technical and preventative medical solution for an individual diagnosis of mental and physical stress, which could be applied in the healthcare industry in MV, nationally and internationally. In general, the goal is focused on the connection of know-how: expertise in preventive medicine, Process automation and commercial information technology.

Project partners in this joint project are the Institute for Preventive Medicine and the Institute of Automation from the University of Rostock.

This project received the Innovation Award of the AOK at the Cebit 2012.

Feasibility study on the use of bio-feedback technology

sponsored by the Ministry of Economics of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (MV)
In this project, a feasibility study was performed which investigated whether innovative solutions could be developed for the follow-up of dermatology patients. It is about the investigation of a technical feasibility of an aftercare and support system using bio-feedback technology and involving the patient in the process. Project partners included the University Clinic of Greifswald, Department of Dermatology

Partners and Research Network

  • IPK Institute of  the Fraunhofer Berlin
  • BAM Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und –prüfung Berlin
  • Universities of applied sciences  in Neubrandenburg, Stralsund und Jena
  • Universities Berlin, Weimar, Rostock, Greifswald, Bamberg, Viena, Hunstville,

Patent and Trademark

The trade mark and the patent: „Telemedicine system, particularly for chronic diseases“ are registered by the German Patent and Trademark Office. A world patent was registered.