Monday means it's time to take a look back at Innoget's most viewed research, innovation and funding opportunities of the week. Here they come in case you missed any of them:
Most viewed post of the week is the technology request posted by Air Products, titled Seeking IoT system for gas cylinder inventory management and telemetry, a $ 2M+ IoT related project looking for proposals.
Air Products posted this:
Seeking IoT System for Gas Cylinder inventory management and telemetry
Air Products manages large inventories of gas cylinders world-wide. Because gas cylinders are relatively low-cost, low-margin commodities we are seeking a low-cost IoT solution for: cylinder inventory management, cylinder telemetry i.e. contents (remote) reporting as well as cylinder location monitoring as an optional capability. Additionally, Air Products is interested in solutions that are capable of measuring the contents of the cylinder, specifically the amount of gas remaining in the cylinder.
Second most viewed post of the past week is another technology call, this one is posted by Electrolux, titled Seeking innovative solutions for Surface Treatment, which is looking for solutions for new surfaces treatment.
Electrolux posted this:
Seeking innovative solutions for Surface Treatment
Solutions for new surfaces treatment which is required to protect the material from corrosion and abrasion and also for giving a good aspect. Desired outcome of the proposals shoud include low environment impact and food contact requirement, no odor absorption, easy to be cleaned, aesthetically pleasant, applied on metal, cost effective …
Third and last most viewed post of the week is one of the technology offers posted by Fundació URV under the title ELECTRE-H software package,a tool for data analysis and decision aiding with hierarchical criteria.
Fundació URV posted this:
ELECTRE-H software package: a tool for data analysis and decision aiding with hierarchical criteria
The ELECTRE-H Software Package implements two new methods for ranking and ordered classification decision problems considering multiple criteria structured into a hierarchy. The hierarchy of criteria is a tool that allows the decision maker to better organize the problem based on its domain knowledge and needs, decomposing the general problem into smaller sub-problems.