Study of the possibilities of polyester fibre ropes in offshore floating exploration platform mooring systems under practice conditions.
Research into new technology in which stunning/killing of animals in poultry processing lines will be performed in two separate chambers. The use of a controlled gas atmosphere will be more humane and meat quality will be improved.
Comprehensive approach to the continuous improvement of the environmental performance of electronic products over their whole life-cycle, including aspects such as recycling, etc.
Development of a european standardised advanced polymer composite safety barrier for highway applications. This will yield a safe, versatile, durable, ecologically sound and cost effective highway barrier.
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.
New wave energy extracting principle based on "archimedes' law"/development of testable concept. The aws concept can be used in swell areas around the world and is potentially a renewable energy system with environmental advantages.
Research and dissemination of best practice in continuous improvement via a coordinated pan-european network group. new tools and methods will be developed as necessary and relevant.
The project aims to develop a commercially viable, volume manufacturing process for the mass production of high reliability microvias, using a combination of either plasma or laser technology and new materials.
The project aims to advance the technology for machine condition monitoring and fault diagnosis by on-line analysis of multiple sensor information using neural networks.
Feasibility study to anticipate future needs of slaughter- houses and consumers both in quality, hygiene, environment and costs. This should lead to a new set of parameters for the total poultry process and encourage further research.