Diwaq will develop innovative instrumentation and procedures for the quality assurance of diaphragm walls. Their use will prevent hazardous events, construction delays and cost increase at deep excavations (tunnels, underground stations. Basements).
To eliminate abrasive effects on printed packages during distribution. Relevant descriptions of wear mechanisms on printed surfaces enable for prediction of wear during transport. One new test method for abrasion resistance of printed packaging surfaces will be developed.
To develop a complete solution for increasing the performance of offshore oil fields by determining the salinity of produced water in each well flow. The salinity scan will measure the salinity of the water mixed in oil as obtained after separation of the different phases of the fluid.
Comfostat aims to investigate a new measurement and control methodology for smart thermostat technology. The project will provide better environmental quality for occupants via controlling the heating/cooling operation by operative temperature based thermostats with smart learning algorithm.
In this project a novel quality control system at digital textile printing will be developed. Thus, a 1200 dpi level online monitoring system will reduce the printing error rate less than 5 % and the total cost by approx. 25 %.
The project objective is to develop both new optical sensors and aero-elastic model in order to evaluate the structural health of wind turbines and to determine its remaining life. It will allow extending wind farms life based on real data and, as a result, it will make wind energy more profitable.
The project is made up of specific and wireless hardware and inteligent software which approaches the final user to an automatized and remote asset management software. Focused to all the companies that require the services and also low cost rfid hardware.
A novel vcsel-pumped ultra-precise (sub-microsecond per day) miniature low power rb atomic clock will be developed. Wavelength adjustment and microwave excitation matching the hyperfine splitting using electro-optic wavelength tuning and phase modulation will overcome the present limitations.
The aim of the project is to develop automated optical system for measurement of oxygen levels in modified atmosphere packaging of products, which will enable precise and rapid measurements of oxygen, saving the producers in various industries cost and time.