A consortium of industry and academic institutions will develop a situational awareness application that monitors and manages the delivery of energy throughout a municipality, province or state, reducing carbon emissions, waste and improving the efficiency of energy.
Develop a thermally-insulated sliding glass roof which can be opened, designed for the scandinavian climate and meeting european thermal insulation requirements.The design is self- supporting and based on an existing bentech patent.
Flexible and adaptable illuminators for the automotive market will be developed. Thin films of electro-emitting organic materials will be studied and used as new light sources. Als0, integration with suitable micro-optics.
Combining the electrical network, building control network and telephone network in buildings within a single panel in such a way that it can be connected and commissioned by an electrician at a low cost and with safe results.
To develop an internal wireless network which estimates, controls and presents the electricity consumption of a household or a sme. Blue watt is based on watteco technology and the great experience of connectblue in using the bluetooth technology.
Developing light-technological planning foundations and components with which future sunlight installations could be implemented to solve the problems of urban regions suffering from a prolonged deficit of sunlight.
Power-led 'sealed for life' explosion-proof medium intensity obstacle light with an intensity of 2,000 cd; especially built (designed) with a clear lens and depending on the situation, a number of white or coloured (red) led's.
To define and develop an innovative embedded light with led technologies satisfying the regulation and the various constraints applying to airport lighting equipment.
The main objective of the adasy project is to develop a commercial lighting system based on daylight, which is dimmable and mainly designed for office applications.
The project mission is to build a system of intelligent wireless electrical installations. The system will comply with current standards and will form a 'superstructure' for previously made applications.