Industrial Automation Technology Calls

Juli Ramon posted this Technology Call
Account Manager at GCCIR

As a participant of the upcoming symposium “GCCIR Matchmaking Symposium” organized by the GCCIR and Innoget next 19 November 2018 in Barcelona (Spain), the company MWDPlanet and Lumen Corporation is seeking European partners to meet at the Barcelona event to develop a joint collaboration project. Ahead of the development of a new down-hole directional orientation module (sensor pack) to measure bore-hole orientation for MWD or any Directional Drilling applications, MWDPlanet and Lumen Corporation is specifically interested in organizations with technical R&D expertise, value-added resellers, system integrations, early adopters and investors, technology adaptation of a proven innovative product to meet new requirements such as country-specific regulations and standards in the market being entered, technology validation of functionality, performance, quality and usability with early adopter customers in Europe and Asia market being entered, validation of product value proposition (test, procedure/tools’ development, test results analysis and reporting). Through GCCIR’s Alberta-Germany coordination fund, the company would also like to arrange a joint project with a German partner to develop the sensor package. The German partner is expected to develop any of the following: • High Temperature MEMS Accelerometers • High Temperature MEMS Magnetometers • A 3-axis sensor assembly (with precise mechanical assembly) that utilizes 3-sensor MEMS accelerometers, magnetometers, and possibly gyroscopes In case you are interested in meeting MWDPlanet and Lumen Corp at the Barcelona event to discuss a potential collaboration, please register for free to the symposium through the orange button provided above.
Seeking European partners with expertise to develop a sensor package for MWD or drilling applications

Alexander Kvashnin posted this Technology Call
Director at Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization of Novosibirsk State University

In the modern practice of industrial shrimp cultivation in open lagoons in Southeast Asia there is a number of significant issues. These include the need to introduce modern water treatment systems, to enhance the biological safety of lagoons and prevent shrimp diseases. Other issues are energy-efficient aeration systems, circulation systems and wastewater treatment. The Vietnamese company aims to launch and then scale up the innovative business in the super-intensive cultivation of white leg shrimps (Litopenaeus vannamei / Penaeus vannamei) in saline water: a mixture of sea and fresh water. Super-intensive shrimp cultivation includes planting density of more than 200-250 pieces of shrimp per square meter or more. Thus, the main issue is the solution of such problems as biosafety and water treatment. In the process of cultivation, a closed cycle of water exchange or total absence of water exchange should be provided. We are interested in technologies of water preparation and treatment, waste processing and other elements of shrimp cultivation technology without the use of harmful chemicals. The company is interested in cooperation with partners that could supply technology and equipment, as well as technical assistance at the stage of launching shrimp production and the the stage of enterprise's reaching the required capacity. The company is going to start up a business on the south coast of Vietnam.