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.
The aim is to overcome current technical and technological deficits by advanced process and production automation technologies in metal surface processing and net-shaping for repair welding and recovery services.
The objective of the sum project is to develop a supermarket electronic commerce software system which extends the capability of current marketplace electronic commerce systems to replicate the batching process of a retailer.
Develop a system to make welders certicates more effective and improve distribution and access to the certificates through the internet. Also including information about the european welding federation education scheme.
Design and implementation of an open and secure infrastructure to deliver a personalised promotion of products and services to mobile users in a location and time-context sensitive service.
Assisting european industry to implement the eurocodes for steel construction quickly and efficiently through the development and use of a cooperative, internet based discussion and advisory forum on best implementation practice.
Development of a blended learning system that meets the requirements of harmonized european guidelines for the education of welders. The system will cover the theoretical content as well as practical welding tasks.
To increase productivity and cost-efficiency with flexible robots that meet industry requirements for shortening set up times in production.
Together with the partner, a newly designed sw application for proper management of technical network systems will be created. As the building of new infrastructure is highly demanded in cee countries and as this new infrastructure requires sustainability, we have decided to cooperate closely.
To comprise research, development, fabrication and characterisation of new generations of miniaturised passive components (inductors, transformers), sensors (pressure, temperature) as well as microsystems for life science applications using the advanced ltcc technology.