Category Archives: ICT

Developing cost-effective sensors to observe the ocean in real-time

DEVELOPING COST-EFFECTIVE SENSORS that will increase availability of standardised data on eutrophication, concentrations of heavy metals, microplastics, underwater noise and other parameters.   COMMON SENSE will develop prototypes of in-situ new generation sensors and integrate these sensors into different marine platforms in order to reduce significant sampling and monitoring costs.   Expected project results: Integration… Read More »

Free event: Observing in real time the Ocean with highly sensitive Sensors

This event will present the theoretical and practical results of COMMON SENSE with on-site demonstration in real time with the sensors used during the project. The sensors can create standardised data on eutrophication, marine litter focused on microplastics, underwater noise and other parameters (e.g. temperature, pressure, pH and pCO2).   Various highly sensitive and advanced… Read More »

Devices for NeuroControl and NeuroRehabilitation: Public event on 16 November in Utrecht

Devices for NeuroControl and NeuroRehabilitation   Today neuromodulation therapy is typically perceived as a treatment of the last resort. DeNeCoR yields a higher preference rate among clinicians in removing the main roadblock of incompatibility between neuromodulation therapy (DBS & TMS)and neurological diagnostic systems (EEG, MRI & US).   DeNeCoR will accelerate European business, since the… Read More »

Meet us at the EUREKA Innovation Week 2016

Smart Cities – Sustainable & Attractive Communities – Get in touch with our ICT expert   The Swedish EUREKA Chairmanship and the EUREKA Secretariat are pleased to welcome you to Stockholm and the EUREKA Innovation Week 2016 – Smart Cities – Sustainable & Attractive Communities. How can new trends and citizens’ knowledge be opportunities in… Read More »

ORF4AUTO – conductive ink printing technology for automotive applications

ORF4AUTO project has focused on the common objective of the partners involved, in investigating the application of conductor ink (inorganic and organic) printing technology to current automotive antenna and telematic products, creating the first telematic unit with an operative antenna printed directly on it’s plastic enclosure. The project finished in June 2015. More info about… Read More »

BASMATI contributing to a $5.5 billion opportunity: printed and flexible electronics for cars

IDTechEx, a company providing research and business intelligence in the field of printed electronics and energy, published a report that provides forecast about Printed and Flexible Electronics in Automotive Applications for the next en years. According to the study, the market is expected to grow to over $5.5 billion dollars in the next decade, spearheaded… Read More »