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DRUIDS Process Technology S.L. posted this:Simulations and numeric calculations for industry (High level)In INNOVATIONLAB By Druids, we are experts in solving problems of all kinds with the help of simulations and numeric calculations. Our mission is to provide technological solutions to sectors where we can provide high added value. We have the knowledge to solve complicated multiphysics problems of a wide variety of sectors and typology of challenges: • Electromagnetics • CFD (Computational fluid dynamics): water, air ... • Induction heating • Structural & Mechanical assemblies • Thermal
Universidad de Alicante posted this:Simultaneous determination of anion and cation content in water samples through ICP-AESThe main innovation of the present system is the development of a single method allowing the sequential preparation and automatic quantification of ionic species in water samples employing a commercially available ICP-AES.
Lidia Aguilera posted this:Single cell OMICS technologiesThe Integrative Cell Signalling group at the LCSB investigates changes of cellular heterogeneity in health and disease at single cell resolution. In diverse projects including cell differentiation, cancer heterogeneity and brain chraracterization, we develop and apply single cell RNA sequencing (sc-RNAseq) methods such as Drop-seq, CITE-seq, ATAC-seq, Fluidigm C1, InDrop or SPLiT-seq.
Technology Transfer Officer at University of Luxembourg
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - UPC posted this:Single step slicing ultra thin crystalline Silicon layers from Si wafersA new technology to obtain ultra thin crystalline Silicon layers has been developed and patented. This innovative method allows to manufacture controllable thin film thickness using only a single step. Partners to further develop the system and/or to establish commercial agreements along with technical cooperation are sought.
Cracow University of Technology posted this:Sintering technique for both high density and high precision of steel-based sintersThe invention relates to the special additions that may be introduced to virtually any powder mixture based on steel aimed for sintering process. Specifically, the additions result in increased density (mainly of 0.5-0.7 g/cm3) of a final sinter accompanied with both high dimensional precision and increased corrosion resistance. Also, the invention decreases the sintering time down to 30 minutes. Application of this technology do not require modification of machine park and may easily utilized by anyone already sintering steel components.
- Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew UniversityYissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew UniversityYissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University
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Yissum - Research Development Company of the Hebrew University posted this:Small Molecules Antagonists Of Toll Like Receptor 9 For Treatment Of viral infections, dermatologic, autoimmune and inflammatory diseasesToll-like receptors, receptors of the innate immunity, play a critical role in the development of many pathological states, in acute and chronic inflammatory processes. Therefore, TLRs represent a new direction for immunotherapy. In order to discover novel ligands interacting with TLRs, Iterative Stochastic Elimination, an innovative beyond-state-of the-art in Silico method for predicting the chances of molecular bioactivity were employed (HUJI IDR). The most promising drug candidates were verified by a cell-based test-system (Fraunhofer IGB) that allows TLR antagonists/agonist to be identified in a reporter gene assay. The ISE process in addition with the assay lead to novel immune modulating therapeutics Project ID : 6-2015-3128
Ivan Rodriguez Rosello posted this:Smart bench for ambulances and air-ambulancesThe Department of Nursing of the University of Alicante has designed a new ambulances platform, which in addition to the current functions of the platforms allocating the stretchers in vehicles, provides the exact value of the weight of the patient, in real time, facilitating the calculation of precise doses of drugs, fluids, mechanical ventilation, etc. This platform has digitals sensors placed parallel along its lower side bars, connected to a digital transmitter and a screen via bluetooth or Wi-Fi. The design of the electronic device can be configured in a basic mode, just showing the weight of the patient allowing to health professionals to better calculate the correct doses of drugs, etc., by themselves; or its advanced mode, also detailing the exact dose of drugs, fluids, parameters of invasive mechanical ventilation, amount of energy, etc., automatically calculated with an integrated software. Companies interested in the commercial exploitation of the invention through a patent license agreement are sought.
Licensing Manager at Universidad de Alicante
EPIC Semiconductors posted this:Smart Dust: A Battery-Free, Energy Harvesting Sensor with Integrated Pre-Quantum Superposition Processor and Artificial Intelligence that Communicates Wirelessly and Bidirectionally to the Cloud (RF-Free & Zero Power).EPIC Semiconductors (EPIC) is a fabless technology design firm founded in 2008 in Vancouver, Canada. EPIC has developed a microscopic AI sensor chip (Smart Dust) featuring energy harvesting (this eliminates the use of toxic batteries) and bidirectional non-magnetic (RF-free) communication. Its small size allows it to be easily embedded into everyday objects, sensing “human actions, physical forces, chemical reactions and bio-effects”. Why we do not like batteries? Batteries contain chemicals and metals that are harmful for the environment. As they decompose in landfills they undergo a photochemical reaction which results in greenhouse gasses and global warming. The harmful chemicals in the batteries will end up in the water supply, damaging the health of people, micro organisms, animals and plants. Why we are against RF-waves? High frequency electromagnetic radio-waves are known to damage the DNA cells of living organisms (leading to mutations and the uncontrolled cell growth we know as cancer). Furthermore, wireless technologies provide rising pollution of microwaves (electro smog).
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- Paloza LLCPaloza LLCPaloza LLC
Small and Medium Enterprise
Paloza LLC posted this:Smart heavy metal scavenger materials and technologyWe developed smart heavy metal scavenger material that can remove heavy metals such as Pb2+, Hg2+, Cu2+, Ag+ etc. After removing the heavy metal ions, the material can be regenerated for reuse. The synthesis process of the material is well established and the material can be synthesized in large scale. We now look for users or large companies that can market our materials and technology for us.
Ivan Rodriguez Rosello posted this:Smart polyurethane pressure-sensitive adhesive with controlled tackThe University of Alicante has developed an innovative polyurethane pressure sensitive adhesive (PSA), that presents a controllable degree of stickiness ("tack") with respect to the current adhesives. The tack of the adhesive is changed abruptly in specific short ranges of temperature. The adhesive is potentially biocompatible and has excellent properties for use in medical applications (dressings, bandages, ...). It can also be used in other applications such as labeling for the transport of goods or refrigerated food. Applying a slight temperature variation, the adhesive can be easily removed, without generating waste or causing discomfort to the patient.
Licensing Manager at Universidad de Alicante
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Smart sensors for energy efficient citiesIn the context of transportation, innovative aspects come from the use of new sensors that provide richer information than current sensor technologies, as well as the novelty of the proposed applications. On the other hand, the automatic creation of thermal efficiency digital maps has not been proposed up to now. These maps will be very useful for local authorities to improve the energy efficiency of their local communities.
UNIVERSIDAD DE BURGOS posted this:Smart Tag to Determine the Quality of Packaged FishPolymeric material that responds colorimetrically to the presence of biogenic amines. The presence of biogenic amines is related to fish spoilage, becoming an indicator of freshness and quality for optimal consumption. The material developed is able to determine biogenic amines in solution and in gaseous phase.
Fundació URV posted this:Smart-LEZ : Secure and anonymous vehicle access control solution to traffic-restricted urban areas.The solution proposed uses innovative communication protocols for vehicles and cities: this is a safe and reliable easy-to-use access control system that guarantees user privacy. Our solution is simpler and more economical compared to other expensive systems based on indiscriminate use of video-cameras recording. This technology conciliates efficiency and privacy.
UACOOPERA University of Aveiro posted this:SmartFloor - Low power and wireless system for indoor detection, localization and navigationWireless system for indoor detection, localization and navigation support of people or objects. The system is composed of a set of passive sensors integrated into the floor, which may be constituted by several materials, and does not require wired power feeding. The data collection and analysis modules communicate wirelessly.
Technology Transfer Office at uacoopera
Kurt Rudahl posted this:Smartroad Tools - non-destructive sub-road/sub-rail inspectionRailways and highways form a major part of any nation's infrastructure. Their construction and maintenance are high priorities for any country. Together, they represent a 160 trillion dollar worldwide investment. Rail and road are essential to the economy, providing safe and convenient transportation for people and for industrial and agricultural goods. Heurika Geographics has developed an innovative technology to non-destructively monitor the integrity of this infrastructure. It is very lost cost compared to alternatives, so it can be used widely without much impact on construction costs.
CEO at Heurika Geographics
DIT Hothouse posted this:SmartSeg: A Smart Customer Segmentation ToolWith the rise of service customisation, data analytics is becoming increasingly important so as to understand the needs of a company's customers. In order for the potential of data analytics to be fully realised, analytics tools must be developed for use by the widest user-base possible. Under the CeADAR Intelligent Analytic Interfaces: Ease of Interaction theme, smart analytics tools are being developed to aid non-analytics specialist users in exploring datasets and performing analytics tasks. The first task selected for focus under this theme is customer segmentation, an especially common data analytics task and one that organisations tend to perform when they first start to use data analytics. Presenting segmentation results to the user in a way that is interpretable is the key to the success of SmartSeg. To understand customer segmentations analytics practitioners compare the distributions of features within a segment to the distributions of the same features in the underlying full population. While major existing analytics tools have enabled widespread adoption of data analytics, they remain mostly targeted at expert analytics users. At CeADAR we are developing smart analytics tools for non-analytics experts - the so called next billion users.
Mahesh Kulkarni posted this:Sodium Pyruvate an platform chemical for energy boosterSodium Pyruvate is biochemical used in nutrition and Healthcare industry. It is important intermediate for production of Perindopril and Levodopa. Novel Biotransformation process developed using yeast as biocatalyst. Fermentation and Downstream has been optimized from bench scale bioreactors upto10 liter pilot scale.
Assistant Vice President-Business Development at Praj Industries Limited
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Soft Computing Techniques applied to the wind forecast on wind farmsThe novelty of these techniques is the enhancement on the performance over the previous ones that have been certified by several scientific publications in international journals. Among these enhancements we must remark the use of several meteorological models with the regression models simultaneously and new training methods for the regression systems.
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Soft Computing techniques applied to wind prediction for generationThe Group of Modern Heuristics of Optimization and Design of Communication Networks of the University of Alcalá offers the use of modern soft computing techniques, widely contrasted, to obtain automated systems that allow wind prediction in wind farms and maximize the benefits associated with the production of this type of energy. The algorithms have already been developed and tested. The group is looking for companies from the renewable energy sector to reach commercial agreements with technical assistance, cooperation agreements or joint venture agreements.
Paulo Freitas posted this:Software Cloud CRM for Car Rental IndustryWe have launched a state of the art new Software, cloud based solution, SaaS for the Car Rental Market. Ready to use software, we are looking to establish Business Contacts for Reselling our product across the Globe. Check out our Corporative website adress: www.wiziit-crm.com
Entrepreneur, Software Developer at Wiziit & Guiddit
- Universitat de ValènciaUniversitat de ValènciaUniversitat de València
Universitat de València posted this:Software for atmospheric gases compensation in infrared spectra• Easy to use: a blank spectrum with water vapor, CO2 and other interfering vapours has to be obtained under the same measurement conditions as those employed for the acquisition of the spectra to be corrected, straightforward selection of relative absorbance values • Fast: very fast computation as the algorithm is not complex • Universal: the compensation method can be applied in a vast amount of situations (different samples and sampling devices, different measurement conditions). Compensation of other gases different to H2O and CO2. • This method do not use spectra smoothing, avoiding distortion of infrared bands from the analytes. • Improvement of the results obtained employing commercially available software tool.
NumbersAgain posted this:Software for Monitoring of Probes & Sensor Systems in Real-TimeManufacturers Independence Collect data from probes and sensor systems produced by different manufacturers and integrate into a single Dashboard and deliver as a single presentation (via the browser) to the end user. Web-based & Multilingual Access to the available information, through a secure browser with user authentication (Tablet / Smartphone included), in the language you want, from anywhere in the world through an Internet connection. Multiple Units of Measure You can mix and match different units of measurement on the platform. The dashboard or graphic generator can display, at the same time, the various ambient temperature (°C or °F), brightness (Lux) and CO2 value in % or ppm. Connections & Gateways Can be connected to different physical media and protocols, as well as with other systems of alarm, quality and management of buildings. Non-conforming situations (Alarms) can be sent by Mail, SMS or Voice, depending on the options of the administration group. Validated and ready to meet FDA 21 CFR Part 11 compliance requirements and other normative documents.
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Software system for analysis and heuristic optimization for the design of wind farmsThe “Modern Heuristics of Optimization and Design of Communications Networks” research group, from the University of Alcalá, presents a software environment for the design of wind farms. Focused especially on the use of optimization heuristic algorithms to design the location of wind turbines. The group is looking for companies from the renewable sector to reach cooperation or commercial agreements with technical assistance or joint venture agreements.
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - UPC posted this:Solar desalination plant for sea water, waste water or brineA new system of seawater desalination has been developed, consisting of a solar heat collector made of a transparent film surface in a pyramidshaped tent and another dark one (to retain the maximum amount of heat) material inner truncated pyramid parallel to the former, generating a layer of heated air. Heat accumulates at the vertex, where high temperatures are achieved. This allows the evaporation of seawater injected by micronebulizers, resulting into moisture-laden air being pulled by a central axial tube leading to a 'cold spot' located underground. Here a network of galleries, filled with the stored water, provides cold temperature to dissipate heat and to condense the steam into pure water. Partners to further develop the technology and/or to establish commercial agreements along with technical cooperation are sought.
Unitat de Valorització de la URV posted this:Solar driven absorption cycle for space heating and coolingThe invention relates to a new solar thermally driven system that meets the heating and cooling demands of buildings. The system consists of a reversible absorption cycle which operates as a single effect absorption cycle in the cooling mode and as a heat transformer in the heating mode. Components of both cycles are the same, only the flow direction inside the system changes. In thermally driven systems, solar thermal collectors convert solar energy into thermal heat which can be used to run a thermally-activated device. Different types of thermally driven systems are available on the market, but among them, absorption systems are the most mature technology and are commercially available. The thermal collectors mostly used in solar absorption installations are flat plate or evacuated tubes. These thermal collectors produce hot water to drive the absorption machine in summer and produce chilled water. However, the hot water temperature obtained in winter with these solar collectors is too low to directly feed conventional heating systems but also is too low to drive the absorption machine in order to produce a higher temperature water stream to feed the heating system. So, in winter the hot water produced in the thermal collectors is heated up in a boiler before to feed the heating units. The invention proposes a new reversible solar driven absorption machine that in summer it would work as an absorption chiller, as the machines that we can find on the market today, but in winter it would work as a heat transformer. As heat transformer the absorption machine cycle can be driven with a heat source temperature of 40 °C to produce hot water at 60°C at an ambient temperature of 0°C. Furthermore, the lower the ambient temperature, the lower the activation temperature of the machine and higher the machine heating power. Components of both cycles are the same, only the flow direction inside the system and the connection with external devices changes. To allow the reversibility of the equipment and its operation in winter a new working pair, ammonia/lithium nitrate, has been selected because no rectifier is required and it does not present problems of refrigerant freezing at low condensing temperatures when the cycle operates as a heat transformer.
Licensing Manager at Fundació URV
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Research & Technology Organization
Technology engineering company posted this:Solar energy harvester based on optical rectenna, efficiency factor better that 50%The world problem that energy sources like coal, oil and gas are finite and spoiling ecology. Solar is a tremendous source of renewable and clean energy. Silicon monocrystal solar cell efficiency factor is 20%.47% of energy goes for heating solar cell, this effects to reduce efficiency factor. So we collect only small part of solar energy, that is 23 000 TWy. Especially in deserts.
Universidad de Alicante posted this:Solar energy use for water potabilization by electrodialysisA Spanish research group owns the know-how for the desalination of saline water for human consumption or irrigation by means of systems of electrodialysis powered by photovoltaic solar energy. The main advantages are that it is non-polluting and has a low maintenance cost. The technology is fully developed and useful for organisations dealing with water supply problems. A partner to set up the electrodialysis-photovoltaic system in its facilities and/or carry out feasibility studies is sought. Innovative aspects: The desalination system makes use of renewable energy, so it is respectful with the environment and not contributing to the climatic change. Desalination system for remote areas with access to saline reservoirs, where the supply of electricity is particularly expensive or even non-existent, or for coastal zones where there are saline aquifers and the hydric resources are scarce.
UNIVERSIDAD DE BURGOS posted this:Solar trackers based on parallel kinematics for its integration into Smart GridsThe technology involves a machine that supports solar modules (photovoltaic, thermal or hybrid) increasing significantly its energy efficiency. The main feature of both solar trackers is its simplicity of the machine and its parallel kinematics working principle. Its structure provides a robust support and wider distribution of efforts and a great modularity. Thus, these systems adapt better to the geometric constraints for tilting and facing and restrictions of size and weight of the supporting structure.
UNIVERSIDAD DE BURGOS posted this:Solid sensory film for in situ detection and quantification of Iron, Aluminium and MercuryThe development of simple, fast and inexpensive colorimetric sensors for timeless and in-situ detection of trace amounts of iron, aluminium and mercury in aqueous media by non-specialized personnel has become a major challenge, mainly because the presence or absence of these compounds can lead to a number of problems, e.g., contamination issues. As a result of the above described requirements, a new low cost polymer material has been developed and patented for the rapid visual colorimetric detection and quantification of iron, aluminium and mercury. A precise quantification of the species can be done in minutes using a picture taken with the camera of a mobile phone, and a broad quantification can be visually achieved.
Universidad de Alicante posted this:Solid-state laser with COPV as active compoundThe research group “Physics of condensed matter” of the University of Alicante has developed a new solid state laser (OSL) where the active compound comprises carbon-bridged oligo(p-phenylenevinylene) (COPV). The main advantages of this technology are photostability, miscibility, processable in thin layers and effective for laser generation at different wavelengths. It can be used in the following industrial sectors: Spectroscopy, biosensors, chemical sensors and optical communications. The research group is looking for companies interested in acquiring this invention or adapting it to their requirements.