The project aims at implementing the eurocontrol a-smgcs recommendations in an operating system of surveillance and control of airport surface vehicles (policemen, firemen, service vehicles, etc.).
Development and innovative methods of production of new shells of flexible mechanisms like bellows, manufactured with new materials in thermoplastic (tp) or thermoplastic elastomer (tpe).
The main objective is to provide scientific and technological support, and general technical assistance to european smes wishing to integrate micro and nano technology into their products. Non-european countries will also be made aware of minatuse activities.
There are two main challenges: 1. To become sustainable by reducing resource consumption, managing transport and utility networks in a sustainable way, reducing environmental and man-made impacts, improving safety and security and protecting cultural heritage; 2. To become a demand-driven sector.
To collate and harmonise the tribological tests that are usually conducted by the participating centres. The objective is to establish a test service for these centres.
Ues delivers the next generation of methods and means for development and production of hi-tech products in modern manufacturing enterprises. A synergetic result comes from the domains of a) management and control architecture, b) distributed systems of ict, c) ubiquitous oriented embedded systems.
To provide the foundation to enable the development of novel ndt techniques for inspection of power generation plants, including the development of inspec systems based on a combination of tofd and phased array. Ventilation systems for inspection based on cheaper carbon absorbers will be developed.
This project aims at developing novel carriers for probiotic strains that can have an impact in the traditional probiotic dairy market and in novel nondairy markets, using fruit preparates as carriers.
Develop a cork solution to replace non-natural materials used on trains' side panels, partitions and floors, to apply on new generation of very high speed trains. Cork, a 100% natural raw material produced in portugal, is 100% recyclable, very light, resistant to temperature, impact and vibration.
Increasing the competitiveness of tourism industry via the generation of industrially relevant research, technological development and innovation (rtdi) projects oriented to the sustainable development and improvement of tourism, leisure and cultural sectors, through technological innovation.