25% of european road bridges/engineering structures are affected by carbonation/cl2 attack on steel reinforcing bars.Non-ferrous, corrosion-resistant re-bars (glass/aramid/ carbonfibre reinforced polymer composites) will be developed
Fine perception system for collection/positioning of road attributes with instrumented vehicle, including field tests with dedicated application sites. Merging of files with geo- located attributes with existing gis and user databases.
This oceanographic technology, based on the doppler effect, will be designed for measurement of vertical current profile over a given water height and analysis of back-scattered signal providing physical characteristics of the water.
A software component policy will be set up and demonstrated through: experimentation on realistic industrial examples, produced software components, re-use, certification and production and evaluation technology developments.
The project aim is to develop automated non-destructive sterility test systems for practical use in the food industry.
The results of this project will be a range of packagings suitable for ultra pure chemicals with purity levels of 0.1 ppb and 1 ppb at acceptable costs.
It is intended to develop euv lithography: a technique for mass production of advanced integrated circuits. The key components are: a bright source of euv radiation generated by a high power excimer laser and euv optical elements.
Fundamental research, industrial basic research and applied r & d culminating in a prototype demonstrator of a high definition broadcast system. This covers production, reception and replay equipment and key technologies.
The purpose of this project is to understand, modellise and develop new automated industrial baking systems for bakery products combining hot air and electromagnetic emissions. aims: manufacture and/or operate the relative ovens.
Define the requirements for advanced front lighting for cars, extensively test the lighting functions and prepare and submit proposals for international rule making.