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Electrostatic Actuation

The sound generating beams consist of three electrodes. Between these electrodes an electrostatic field causes a force along each beam and an in-plane deflection. We call this Nanoscopic Electrostatic Drive (NED). Read more about NED in Nature Communications.

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Sound Generation Inside the Chip

Dozens or even hundreds of sound generating beams – arranged between a top and a bottom wafer – are moving according to an audio signal. The sound is released through holes in a top and a bottom wafer. Since the "muscles" that drive the beams are contained in each beam, an incredible variety of chip designs is possible. Read more about NED µSpeakers in Microsystems & Nanoengineering.

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Team

Hermann Schenk

Hermann Schenk
Managing Director

Jan Blochwitz-Nimoth

Jan Blochwitz-Nimoth
Managing Director

Lutz Ehrig

Lutz Ehrig
Technical Marketing & New Business Development

News, Press & Publications

Accelerace - Soundtech Accelerator Program in Struer, Denmark.

Arioso Systems has been accepted to participate in the program of one of the European leading seed accelerators. During the international, six months program Arioso Systems gets access to the existing expertise of crucial players in the audio industry. In the first of three camps Arioso Systems elaborates strategic topics and value proposition for its silicon-based µSpeakers. Intensive trainings in tailormade workshops give a gateway to develop the business potential of µSpeaker to the maximum. In addition, networking with product specialists from the most reputable Danish sound industry grants Arioso Systems access to the market of wearable audio devices. In addition, Soundtech professionals also share their knowledge of how to distribute and digitally market products professionally. Accompanying the process, Arioso Systems profits from highly specialized skills of Accelerace and the Sound Hub Denmark based on coaching and exchange sessions.

02.04.2020 - Arioso Systems GmbH is financed and can starts to operate. Read more in our press release: English version and German version.

16.10.2019 - Arioso Systems at High Tech Venture Days in Dresden. Read more in an article by Sächsische Zeitung.

07.10.2019 - Publication of concept and proof of an all-silicon MEMS μSpeaker based on NED-Technology in Microsystems & Nanoengineering.

2015 - Fundamental idea of using NED-Technology for MEMS µSpeakers with in-plane moving elements. Application for a patent.

2011-2015 - Application for several patents introducing a new electrostatic actuator class for MEMS technology: Nanoscopic Electrostatic Drive (NED). Publication in Nature Communications.

Investors

Our investors are Brandenburg Kapital, HTGF, TGFS and two business angels.
New investment opportunities are ahead. If you are interested to join, please contact us:

contact@arioso-systems.com

Career

You want to conquer the world of the MEMS μSpeakers and drive the success of a high-tech company. Then join our team.


We are looking for a Development Engineer (m/f/d) CMOS microloudspeaker for our office in Cottbus. If you would like to contribute to the electronics integration, design, experimental characterization and simulation of the CMOS micro-speakers for our company, send us your application!

career@arioso-systems.com

A Fraunhofer IPMS spin-off

Arioso Systems is a Fraunhofer IPMS spin-off for commercializing the NED μSpeaker technology. We have an exclusive license agreement with Fraunhofer IPMS on NED μSpeaker technology for audio applications world wide. Our product portfolio includes ASSP's, ASIC's and IP cores. We are a fabless design house with a B2B business model providing the first all-silicon MEMS μSpeaker technology.

Address


Maria-Reiche-Str. 1, D-01109 Dresden, Germany

Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 102, D-03046 Cottbus, Germany

Phone


+49 351-501959 0