Develop a thermally-insulated sliding glass roof which can be opened, designed for the scandinavian climate and meeting european thermal insulation requirements.The design is self- supporting and based on an existing bentech patent.
Creation of the trademark "sustainable mobility" using new methods in noise reduction of water turbines, improving battery performance for transport; providing services for the feeling of unlimited mobility lifestyle.
Flexible and adaptable illuminators for the automotive market will be developed. Thin films of electro-emitting organic materials will be studied and used as new light sources. Als0, integration with suitable micro-optics.
The objective of the project is to develop a new family of concrete ceramic materials for applications in construction, for example precast elements and in situ cast elements.
Design and development of a fast battery charger for electrical toys (in particular electrical vehicles) by adapting an existing technology to the specific reqiurements of toy manufacturers in terms of weight, size, price, etc.
Equipment to characterise ink/fluid media interaction, to build up knowledge on ink/fluid -media interaction and to investigate the feasibility of a modular 4 head multifunctional ink/fluid flat bed media interaction test platform.
Elaboration of formulations for high quality ecological gasoline. This will decrease environmental hazards resulting from the growth in motor fuel consumption.
Development of a multi-colour-process for traceability and decoration on glass, metal and ceramics by a laser sintering process. This process will be based on ink jet, gluing and laser sintering technologies.
Combining the electrical network, building control network and telephone network in buildings within a single panel in such a way that it can be connected and commissioned by an electrician at a low cost and with safe results.
Development of a proof of principle for a new process technology for solar cells based on thin films of silicon, to reduce the cost of photovoltaic cells while maintaining similar conversion efficiencies.