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.
This system will use advanced it-cad/cam tools for integrated architecture, prefabrication, delivery, mounting and maintenance for multistorey buildings. The goal is to define an ultimate industrialised building process.
This diagnostics system is based on using a complex of technologies and hardware which have not yet been combined in this way. In addition, it will involve the development and manufacturing of a sample demonstration system.
The aim is to develop a system solution for high-speed cutting machine tools which will include a new spindle system with active magnetic bearing and adaptive process control, using the spindle signals.
Development of bonded abrasives technology via innovation of highly porous, unique class tool systems for ecological abrasive manufacture and design of ecologically compatible abrasive processes based on high-speed machining (>120 m/s).
The aim of the project is to prolong the life-time of p/m ledeburitic steel tools by upgrading the tool material and applying various surfacing techniques.
To develop a new piezoelectric crystal the langasite and saw filters for base station application. The output of the project will be optimized crystal and filters for best manufacturing cost/performance trade off.
Development of highly effective and ecologically safe technologies for detail shaping in mechanical engineering based on the creation of a new highly-porous dressing tool made from cubic boron nitride.
The main goal of the project is to improve adhesive surface properties under conditions of contact with the living tissue and to increase the life-time of artificial implants in a human body by depositing protective coatings.
The main goal of the project is to improve and optimise surface properties of advanced metallic materials through the physical and chemical deposition of thin and hard layers and combinations thereof.