Study, develop and produce a new integrating packing system using recyclable/homogeneous materials, with open architecture, advanced distributed information system and machine vision for just-in-time (jit) enterprises.
This project aims to define a new system to automatically define and brand all leathers coming into the tannery and ensure through a final check that the quality is maintained throughout the production cycle.
The aim is to develop a distributed infrastructure and services system (ikf framework) with appropriate toolkits and techniques, for knowledge discovery/fusion and presentation in different application areas.
Development of a system-on-chip platform which will enable semiconductor houses to provide integrated circuit and consumer manufacturers with a first range of digital am receivers.
Development of a set of innovative tools to measure condition parameters from the production line in industrial factories. Optimization of the production line through the development of a control system applying measurement results
The aim is to study, develop and produce a new, flexible, eco-efficient system for jit moulding production with advanced distributed information systems, new production processes and machine and real-time controlling systems.
The application and advantage of a number of alternative yar preparation mechanisms for air-jet weaving machines will be investigated by means of insertion simulations and the development of functional models.
Development of simplified fluid models based on a convected scalar state variable, software implementation and validation in industrial flow processes, aiming at improving the process and dye design for extrusion of rubber tyre profiles.
Modernization of electoral procedures will increase reliability, transparency and efficiency, thereby allowing public administrations and private organisations to use electronic voting equipment and procedures in their electoral processes.
Control of antenna radiation patterns and microwave propagation through the introduction of new artificial materials ('photonic band-gap crystal') for telecommunications applications. This will fulfil needs of future mobile terminals and minimise radiation levels.