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.
The project will develop the application integrating xml intelligent forms with voice engine able to communicate with doctors, patients and medical information systems so that a patient's medical records would be accessible instantaneously at a sick bed during the doctor's round.
Project is focused on development of integrated sensor system which will be applied to detection of ultra-violet (uv) radiation in high temperature areas. The sensor system is based on fibre-optic components built in fully portable system.
The main project objectives are customised certified solution of information services (epcis), automatic identification based on rfid technology for the needs of the european automotive market, design and testing of suitable hardware and preparation of methodological procedures of implementation.
The project is addressing security and validity of electronic documents from the prospective of long term archiving in cloud. Special attention is given to safe and secure mobile access to the documents archived in a trusted electronic storage in cloud.
To achieve an innovation in the dike safety monitoring, namely the use of geotextiles and "smart" cables to assess the acute risk of flooding in order to take appropriate action, like reinforcement of embankments or the installation of a permanent monitoring system.
Euripides2 will cover the electronic systems integration value chain, from materials, equipment and technologies, through components, modules, up to embedded, mechatronics, enmeshed and implanted systems.
The main objective of the project is r&d in the field of autoid and the iot to enhance the quality of health services. Project will deal with home treatment and development of mobile applications for these needs and with technologies which create an added value and benefits for hospital treatment.