Combined vision recognition and neural computer technology in a miniaturised, container-based mobile sorting unit providing a low cost, flexible, waste-reducing solution for multiple combinations with existing waste collecting systems
Investigation into why state-of-the-art diamond tools cannot cut limestone/chert mixtures economically by analysing the construction, diamond-bond structure and machine parameters and subsequently develop the appropriate tool.
Development of a completely integrated software platform to provide methodological support for the whole product development cycle involving product analysis, modelling (cad/cam), measurement and validation of the product.
The objective is to develop a new technology for continuous main fermentation of beer using immobilised yeast. The method currently used by breweries is conventional batch fermentation; no immobilised methods are used in production.
Paleman aims to advance the state-of-the-art in computer- based support for mould tool design and manufacture, and thereby make significant reductions in the lead time for designing and manufacturing a mould tool.
The aim is to develop a comprehensive environment for european r & d cooperations between competing smes, documented in a model utilised as the example of shared product design between heating element manufacturers.
Microsystems initiative to accelerate the growth and increase the market share of european industries in innovative products and systems that use key components based on micro-technologies, materials, tools and equipment.
Cooperative r & d initiative defined to develop and exploit the strengths of the european packaging and interconnection industries in information & communication technology systems (icts) transport and component manufacturing processes.
This project aims to develop an error prediction methodology that can be incorporated into the design and certification of aircraft flight decks.
The focus will be on both on eco-design and end-of-life management, particularly because of the legislative impact of the european commission's new directive (dg xi), which will probably come into force in 2003.