Flexible communication network in the field of industrial production systems integrated in company operations to develop competitiveness in mfg. Methods/design, mfg.Systems/ technology and organisation/human resource development.
Demonstrate a novel form of hybrid electric drive line which combines the virtues of the bus and tram without the need for track or overhead lines and show how this introduces a modal shift away from the passenger car.
Study to develop/commercially validate an inter-modal system for trans-european freight transfer between nordic region and s.E. Europe whose central building block will be a "blue shuttle train" connecting two inter-modal centres.
The project goal is to develop eco-friendly thermoplastics as a composite of polymers and natural fibres like wood, flax, jute, etc. The application guidelines will describe parts properties and injection moulding process parameters.
To develop hexaferrite materials for mm-wave applications, an energy-saving technology for their production and non-reciprocal mm-wave devices for the telecommunications and automotive industries - new products for the companies involved in the project.
The econtent technologies umbrella will address active project collaboration between the digital content value chain (content owners, aggregators, users) and the infrastructure suppliers (devices, systems, networks).
To thoroughly study how innovative surface treatments (low-pressure plasma and corona treatment) improve the coating, laminating and other textile processes.
Pro-factory is a european network that aims to bring forward and coordinate applications-oriented, bottom-up, collaborative r&d projects in production and robotics for greater competitiveness and sustainability.
To develop a method to increase the technological efficiency of an incremental forming process from the forming accuracy, forming time and forming limits point of view, as well as a system for simultaneous control of the process. The technology will be implemented into real production.
The project aims to develop a 40-foot long container loading and reloading crane, in a lateral motion, avoiding lifting and including its control and automation system. The final scope is the modernisation of road and railroad container transport, making it more safer and cost-effective.