An urban air quality management information and decision support system integrating monitoring, modelling,gis, expert systems and decision support in a client/server architecture for easy access in local and wide area networks.
This project aims to define a new system to automatically define and brand all leathers coming into the tannery and ensure through a final check that the quality is maintained throughout the production cycle.
The aim is to creates a network of regional technology centres which focus on promoting dissemination, technology transfer and innovation in information and communication technologies for engineering and manufacturing.
Development of a framework for the design and manufacture of a new generation of highly customisable and flexible assembly cells over the internet for a number of strategic industrial sectors in europe.
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 sub-optical components and optical materials that will be the building blocks for a new optical digital signal processor (dsp) and that will be the key parts of new components and applications.
Webair builds a web-based real-time multi-media information and decision support system for urban and industrial air quality assessment and management integrating on-line monitoring and modelling, in support of relevant european directives.
Aims at enabling the transition from digital audio to data processing broadcast for the broadcasting industry. It will build up a switching system using computer networks in order to provide economical solutions for broadcasters.
The personalised biomechanical approach is one of the major added values of the biomod 3s project and represents a breaktrough in spinal surgery with social benefits leading to the potential for reducing direct and indirect costs associated with spinal disorders in europe.