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Embedded systems are the key innovation driver to improve almost all mechatronic products with cheaper and even new functionalities. Furthermore, they strongly support today's information society as inter-system communication enabler.Consequently boundaries of application domains are alleviated and ad-hoc connections and interoperability play an increasing role. At the same time, multi-core and ma ...
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The importance of advanced simulation to the competitiveness of both large and small companies is well established. The principal objective of Fortissimo is to enable European manufacturing, particularly small to medium enterprises (SMEs), to benefit from the efficiency and competitive advantage inherent in the use of simulation. However, the simulation of, for example, high-pressure gas cylinders ...
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Future electronic power devices and packages will need to demonstrate more performance and functionality at reduced cost, size, weight, energy consumption and thermal budget. Further, increasing reliability demands have also to be met by industry to be competitive in this growing multi-billion Euro market of heterogeneously integrated systems.To respond to these challenges, new innovative nano- an ...
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"Ageing, sedentary behaviour,and obesity are predictors of osteoarthritis, and the combination of arthritis and obesity causes an undue stress on joints, and when conservative treatments no longer yield a satisfactory response, joint replacement becomes necessary. Despite the standardized procedures, a significant share of total joint replacements fail because the prosthesis becomes loose or becau ...
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Gait parameters monitoring and energetic expenditure (EE) calculation is of high importance for patients recovering from diseases that affect movement (e.g. stroke). The same applies to professional athletes either in the phase of recovery from a lower limb injury or performing a sport requiring precise body posture and movement control. Currently, gait parameters’ monitoring is made either using ...
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Horseback riding attractions are available in more than 30 countries across Europe with considerable economic impact on tourist attractions and becoming more popular due to the close contact with the riders and nature that such activities offers. Horseback activities have available tailored packages for riders of all levels of proficiency, from beginner to advance, including from beginner lessons ...
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... o develop a generic platform technology for application-specific PICs. This will be achieved by adopting a similar methodology in the field of photonics to the one that has been so successful in microelectronics. The new approach developed in PARADIGM will be indispensable in creating a sustainable business sector with potential for significant future growth.PARADIGM addresses the whole product d ...
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Coal mining and utilisation results in release of significant amounts methane and represent an important threat to the fight against climate change. Coal Mine Methane drainage processes can be set up to recover methane from the emissions during coal production. Methane can also be extracted from virgin coal seams trough primary and enhanced coalbed methane recovery. The main objective of the prop ...
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The BrainSafe II project builds upon a successful Research for the Benefit of SMEs project and will deliver an innovative technology for the autonomous, calibration free, non-invasive, rapid, accurate and precise absolute intracranial pressure (aICP) determination. The resultant device will exhibit absolute intracranial pressure measurement to within SD = ± 2,5 mmHg. The target time for the whole ...
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One of the most important aims in today’s transport systems is the security they provide. Even-though in air and rail transports we have managed to have extremely low accident and death rates this is not the case with road transport. The majority of the EU countries are now heading towards “the Vision Zero philosophy” in which road deaths become as unacceptable as they are in a factory, in the air ...
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"Undersafe is a system which will provide constant, round-the-clock monitoring of environmental and other conditions in underground sites open for recreational and tourist purposes.The UnderSafe system will be based on wireless technologies. The objective is to develop a safety system which will detect and provide early warning about a number of conditions that can pose a danger to those undergrou ...
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"Scientists try to develop coatings that prevent of fouling. Development of new coating formulation takes 5 years, beginning from R&D study to the date of launching. Taking into account the marine market development and the change of low requirements connected to the environmental issues this time is too long. Formulation time distances depend mainly on testing. In Europe the only method is testin ...
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Euro coinage has been steadily subject to increasing outlawed counterfeiting activities. The most recent figures bring to 14 the number of illegal mints discovered to date, accompanied with a significant cumulative total of counterfeit coins detected or confiscated. Over 80 classes of counterfeit coins and corresponding tooling and working methods are identified, which by European Technical and Sc ...
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"Europe has a strong leadership in the domains of intelligent communications, multimedia, and automotive systems. However, the exponential increase in complexity threatens the European competitiveness. Current challenges when designing mixed HW/SW embedded systems are (1) mastering the complexity of the integration between the HW and the SW parts, (2) shortening time-to-market, and (3) reducing de ...
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CALPASTATIN BIOSENSOR FOR MEAT TENDERNESS PREDICTION (TENDERCHECK)

Start date: Oct 1, 2007, End date: Mar 31, 2010,

Palatability is defined as being Spleasant to the taste Meat palatability is referred to as tenderness juiciness and flavour of a cooked product. These three characteristics are what consumers desire and what the meat industry is trying to supply. Among these tenderness has been identified as the most important palatability attribute of beef. The current method of assessing tenderness by taste pan ...
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... rovement teams, owners/managers. Secondary target groups are training organisations and SME support organisations. The project focusses initially on the automotive sectors but shall extend to the electronics and aerospace sector post-project. The expected results are an ICT based training tool on the topic Design for Environment improving project-based an collaborative learning, an accreditation m ...
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