Objective: the aim is to generate sub-projects developing high technology products, processes, systems or services contributing to solving some of europe's major environmental problems.
The aim is to develop innovative procedures to create accurate copies of archaeological findings without touching them. It includes procedures such as computer tomographies, thermojet printing, rapid prototyping, coatings/mouldings.
Development of new types of coatings to be applied to extrusion tools for bricks and tiles. This will increase the life of tools, improve the efficiency of the extrusion process and thus reduce the associated costs.
The use of new, low cost processing agents in polymer processing as a way of reducing flow instabilities. This will improve the quality of the parts made and will increase the rate of production.
A prototype dynamic traffic assignment (dta) model will be implemented in the cities of nicosia, cyprus and volos, greece. Several modules will be developed such as transport planning, incident management, transit analysis and others.
The aim of the current project is to promote industrial research into the design and production of thin-walled large lightweight structures (e.G. Car bodies, frames, etc.) Using composite materials of increased strength and at a reduced cost.
The eureka tourism project will join companies interested in tourism, culture and leisure with others focusing on the development of technologies applicable for tourism use and services.
Reproduction of archaeological findings from the direct creation of moulds using rapid prototyping techniques. Moulds are created by binding together ceramic layers of powder
To develop a novel formulation of naturally occurring anti-oxidant/ anti-inflammatory compounds for the management and adjunctive therapy of inflammatory bowel disease (ibd).
Pro-factory is a european network that aims to bring forward and coordinate applications-oriented, bottom-up, collaborative r&d projects in production and robotics for greater competitiveness and sustainability.