Holmium Amplifier for Breakthrough Research and Industrial Applications
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).
Research, design, development and pilot verification of an erp system core designed for the international markets within the eu, and possibly also for the rest of europe, prepared for an easy legislative and language localization in given national environments.
The project aims at developing new directly and indirectly produced polyurea systems, using bio-based compounds as "green" agents. Based on fibrous reinforcements and these resins, development and market introduction of new high-performance composites and/or prepregs are the final goals.
Research and development of professional logistic portal as a valid tool for seamless exchange of data and information relevant to logistics and logistic processes in the growing region of central and eastern europe
The aim of the project is to develop a recyclable, improved strength part for light weight automotive applications. The proposed structural composite part is an engine mounting bracket composed from a foamed aluminium insert and bulk aluminium outer layer produced by high pressure die casting.
To develop novel textile fabrics and prototypes for protection, safety and well-being. Theoretical works dealing with adoption of techniques and solutions of already existing materials and fibres are envisaged, extended by a wide-range of experimental and validation activities.
The objective of the project is to monitor, detect and evaluate environmental incidents in a forest by using a resilient wireless sensors network (wsn) with sensors analyzing sound and/or vibration data. Furthermore, the system will provide analysis and visualization toolkits for rapid intervention.