This project has as leader the portuguese company sovena group and has six participants from eu and non-eu countries. It covers 6 main r&d areas which are key in an environment of continuous process of optimisation and adding value within the olive oil chain (from farm to worldwide distribution).
The project will develop the application integrating xml intelligent forms with voice engine able to communicate with doctors, patients and medical information systems so that a patient's medical records would be accessible instantaneously at a sick bed during the doctor's round.
An online centre for innovation in renewable energy generation will be established. The centre will build up a bank of knowledge using open-source technology including web 2.0 applications. Emulation of the model will be encouraged, so that in time a network of such centres can develop.
In fyrom and all other "western balkan" countries, there is no complete commercial legal information system (lis) in one place. The aim of this project is therefore to draft the idea, execution and basic implementation of some phases in developing a lis in fyrom.
The project deals with eco-friendly solutions for shortened production chains for forged and rolled parts made of light alloys and steels. Various recycling technologies of scrap material and optimisation of forming will be implemented to improve the sustainable manufacturing in forging shops.
The main objective of the project is development of the production technology of special iso transport containers, protected against corrosion by hot dip galvanising. These containers should stand out from other containers available on the market by their excellent corrosion resistance.
This project is devoted to research and development of novel metamaterial-based (mtm-based) passive and active sensing devices for agricultural, environmental and in-ground detection applications. High performance and compact soil-moisture sensors and ground penetrating radars are envisaged.
To develop an integrated model of land use, transportation, resource-consumption and energy for the evaluation of a range of "green policies" aimed at enhancing sustainability and well-being.
To develop an innovative, low-cost and robust technique to remove arsenic from drinking water. This objective is to be achieved by integrating two complementary innovations: 1) subsurface arsenic removal. 2) arsenic filtration with adsorption of arsenic onto iron oxide coated sand.
To develop testing equipment and an environment that allows an automatic testing process for tv systems.