Flexible communication network in the field of industrial production systems integrated in company operations to develop competitiveness in mfg. Methods/design, mfg.Systems/ technology and organisation/human resource development.
The purpose of the project is to further develop a plastic moulding technology to be able to produce large pallets primarily for articles in the food industry.
Improving railway safety is of national interest.By adopting a modern atp (automatic train protection) system, romania & other countries with the same conditions can achieve this. 1st step: a unit making present track equipment use possible
Development of a new honeycomb sandwich core material and related process. This innovative new folded honeycomb core enables fast core production from one continuous sheet and produces reliable core-skin bonding.
This system will use advanced it-cad/cam tools for integrated architecture, prefabrication, delivery, mounting and maintenance for multistorey buildings. The goal is to define an ultimate industrialised building process.
The objective is to develop a combined natural stone/ concrete unit, suitable for both the repair of crumbling marble facades and new structures. The unit will provide new potential for marble to be used as a facing material.
Friction stir welding (fsw) will be applied to a range of materials/be researched to achieve high welding speeds in increased joint thickness. Processes will be industrialised for real components and applied in commercial production.
Nordic industries, in cooperation with 3 universities, aim to develop and test fully or partly depolarised anodes for electrowinning of metals. This depolarisation may, besides significant energy savings, produce a better metal product.
Demonstrate a novel form of hybrid electric drive line which combines the virtues of the bus and tram without the need for track or overhead lines and show how this introduces a modal shift away from the passenger car.
The aim is to develop a new range of thermoplastic composite sandwich panels (which are more cost-effective, lightweight, high impact and inherently recyclable) and their use in a range of lightweight structures.