Wipox is a project for developing an innovative wireless pulse oximeter intended for continuous remote monitoring of chronic patients, mainly copd (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) and sleep apnea patients.
Sensata and melexis intend to develop sensors to regulate hard to control combustion processes, contributing to both the development of highly efficient auto-ignition combustion processes (advanced diesel combustion) and advanced after-treatment sensors for an integrated exhaust system.
Turpak fiscal cash register for petrol stations
To use complex investigation methods to identify oil paintings and to filter fakes with an emphasis on art treasures from the 19th century. Another goal is to generate a web database which supports identification and quick searches.
To develop new t&m equipment for mv/hv (medium voltage/high voltage) areas and thereby to be more competitive in the field of verifying and testing power distribution systems.
An advanced and multi-resolution time-frequency technique will be applied - fractional wavelet analysis as self-standing software for analysis of systems response in terms of signal processing (e.G. Signals generated with transient and dynamic responses, two dimensional signals (video signals)).
Development and realisation of a set of monitoring systems using the electrical impedance spectrometry method for application under real conditions.
The process of optical separation of quartz, feldspar and lepidolite (lithium), lies in the industrial separation of these minerals, through the contrast of colours, brightness and geometry of the particle.
The purpose of the project is to develop flame detectors with a much higher signal/noise-ratio by the application of novel magnesium-niobate-lead-titanate (pmn-pt) based single crystals instead of standard lithium tantalate (lt).
Project is focused on development of a miniaturised integrated sensor system which will be applied for co2 detection. The sensor is based on fibre optic and/or planar components built in fully portable system. The miniaturised sensor system will be controlled and data will be evaluated by a pc.