Sar-drift is a system for localisation of drifting objects in the sea. Its basic principle is to predict the position of objects on the basis of environmental measurements and forecasts, using sophisticated stochastic modelling.
Sensor intelligent systems for monitoring body and environmental conditions, integrated into intelligent textile products (work clothing, firemen uniforms, etc.). Features: nanofilms, data acquisition, personal alarm, building blocks, low cost.
The project encompasses a complex solution for biologically removing solid wastes consisting of natural and synthetic polymers. The r & d of this bioremediation is based on using microbial capability to colonise solid wastes.
To develop automatic devices for the cleaning and stripping of paint on frontages using ecological media like cereal crops. The system will work in a close circuit in order to recuperate the waste and recycle the media
High quality residuals from the wind energy industry (prepreg) are currently subject to expensive disposal. Such material will be recycled followed by development of certified plastics for the construction sector.
Development of a new type of binder based on alkali activated blast furnace slag and use of blast furnace slag cement with regard to the alkali-silica reaction in concrete
Development of complex technology for purification of wastewater polluted by grease, based on separation of pollutants by using mechanical methods and biodegradation of the residuals, and biodegradation of separated pollutants at cleaning sites.
To construct a factory treating residues contaminated with organic molecules of 3 distinct chemical families (phytosanitary, pharmaceutical and cytostatic).
To construct an experimental plasma reactor capable of processing (recycling and energetically utilising) waste materials from the metallurgical and chemical industry, electronic waste, and waste from the pharmaceutical industry and health sector.
To prepare suitable commercial products from waste materials for use in the building industry and water management.