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About ECH

Electronics Centre in Halmstad (ECH) opened in September 2015. It is an innovation arena created by Halmstad University in collaboration with regional industry and a cluster of companies "For the future of electronics in Halmstad". The main partners are AES Nordic AB, Harry Sjögren, HMS Industrial Networks AB and NIBE Energy Systems. 

ECH at Halmstad University.

The white ECH building is a clear landmark at the University campus. Helene Hellmark Knutsson, the Minister of Higher Education and Research, officially opened the Electronics Centre in Halmstad on September 11, 2015. Photo: ANDERS ANDERSSON

An innovation arena an testing facility

The integration of “intelligence” in ordinary things gives a substantial added value and a competitive advantage that represents an important opportunity for renewal of traditional Swedish Industry. The introduction of integrated electronics in traditional products requires a large transformation of competence, and completely new areas of knowledge must be integrated in old organizations.

Electronics Centre in Halmstad offers resources like advanced electronic laboratory, prototyping facilities and EMC test facilities. Electronics Centre in Halmstad is also a venue for innovation, education and research in the field of electronics. The research focuses on embedded systems and hardware for Internet of Things (IoT) with special emphasis on:

  • Future building practice
  • Low power design
  • Remote sensing
  • System integration
  • Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
Updated 2018-02-05