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.
New methods, through the application of multivariant statistical techniques, to allow the prediction of the results of the implantation, cropping, harvest and elaboration of new varieties of wine grape.
Study, development and realisation of turnkey plants for the furniture industry to meet changing customer demands.
Most of the 600.000 tons per year of slate in spain is manufactured by hand. With increasing labour costs, the need for an intelligent and fully automatic machine is becoming important. This project aims to develop and build such a machine.
Development of an internet-based online access to information on cultural heritage preserved in baltic state museums.
Testing of a new packaging and packaging system. A database will be developed and used to calculate key figures based on ecological, logistic and economic demands for some of the most common products in poland and sweden.
Development of new motion estimation algorithms for the post production community. The techniques developed will address the common failings of existing methods, in particular their inability to reliably handle occluded data.
Development of an economic decision-support method to help decide when to release a software application, using predefined release criteria, covering the interests of all stakeholders involved.
Radio frequency technologies are used for contactless reading and writing of information in labels. The aim is to substantially improve the capacity of systems in this domain by research and development in reader and antenna technologies.
Development of a new sophisticated operating system and new concepts for innovative industrial robots for container terminals (pilot) in the habour of rotterdam.