Olzhas Bilyalov posted this Technology Call
Chief Expert at Qaztech Ventures
Qaztech Ventures posted this Technology CallSeeking the technology of automated control of quality of 1 liter milk bags sealing- The technology should carry out automated control of quality of sealing with a productivity of 30-45 thousand liter packs per day. - The technology should work in the conditions of a milk production environment (temperature, purity, humidity).
Qaztech Ventures posted this Technology CallSeeking Rhaponticum repens (RR) mitigation and control technologies• The technology should be an alternative to existing methods of permanent mowing • The technology should have minimal negative effects on wheat • The technology should show good results in the weather conditions of the regions under consideration.
Qaztech Ventures posted this Technology CallSeeking the technology to produce alternative products from poultry meat processing waste• The product produced must be an alternative to bone meal/flour • The technology should be cheaper than bone meal/flour production The technology must have a successful commercial operation record.
Qaztech Ventures posted this Technology CallSeeking technology for processing poultry waste bedding material into biofertilizer for crop production* Minimum energy consumption * Shortest production cycle • Without the need for significant expansion (additional space) • Work in the temperature range of +35 -25 degrees C.
Qaztech Ventures posted this Technology CallSeeking grain quality quick evaluation technology based on X-Ray or other similar solutions• Express analysis without the need for have own laboratory • Possible technologies with the use of x-rays (and analogues) • The cost of the device is up to 10,000 Euros. • Work in the temperature range of +10 to +35 degrees C. • The device must operate at 220 Volts or be portable.
Qaztech Ventures posted this Technology CallSeeking technology for controlling weeds in potato fields- The solution should not depress crop plants in the crop rotation. - The solution can include both mechanical processing of potato row spacing and the use of herbicides that effectively combat weeds common in the fields. - Should work on potatoes grown under irrigation.
Organization from European Union posted this Technology CallSeeking for water electrolysis with a flexible part load capability and low response timeThe availability of hydrogen without CO2-burden at reasonable costs is a crucial key for low carbon chemistry. The water electrolysis with renewable electricity is one technology to provide "green hydrogen". The electrolyser we are looking for must be able to follow rapidly the intermittant availability of renewable electricity from i.e. wind or photovoltaic. The technology must have a highly flexible part-load capability especially in the low range (about 10% of nominal capacity) together with response time to load change in the range of seconds or less. Additionally to fulfill economic requirements the system costs for the electrolyzer must be reasonably below today`s technical solutions.
Organization from Germany posted this Technology CallSeeking Technologies relating to Asphaltenes Agglomeration in Crude OilAn important challenge in the oil industry is to transport crude oils through pipelines while minimizing potential transport issues like formation damage and plugging of wellbores, production facilities, and pipelines due to asphaltenes agglomeration. Asphaltenes agglomeration occurs when the equilibrium of the asphaltene and resins is altered due to the changing flow conditions during transportation. Since the viscosity of crude oil which is a key governing parameter in fluid transportation in pipelines and asphaltenes content are both closely related – any fluctuation in the temperature, pressure, and oil composition in the pipelines can easier trigger an industrial debacle. The company is seeking chemical flow improvers i.e. surfactants, polymers, small molecules, etc. and analytical/computational methods to study the mechanism of asphaltenes agglomeration.
Organization from Germany posted this Technology CallSeeking thickening agent/s for surfactant-based systems that can be added at the end of production to increase viscosity1. The solution should be applicable to a cold process 2. Ideally a pre-dispersion or liquid would be preferred 3. The thickening agent should not cause turbidity 4. The solution/s should be compatible with anionic and cationic surfactants. 5. Please exclude bio-polymers as a solution.
PepsiCo posted this Technology CallSeeking novel technologies for multiphase gas separation to enhance waste heat recovery during dehydration processesDehydration is routinely employed as a cooking process by the food and beverage industry. It uses significant amounts of energy and results in substantial lost heat to the atmosphere in the form of vapor clouds. The presence of atmospheric air, up to 30% by mass, in the air-steam reduces the possibility of waste heat recovery. As a non-condensing gas, it remains in a thin insulating layer at the condensate surface; this layer increases the partial pressure of the air and considerably reduces the heat transfer efficiency between the waste heat (steam) and any recovery medium. Separating the air from the steam significantly enhances the waste heat recovery opportunity. PepsiCo wishes to improve their waste heat recovery systems by implementing innovative technology to separate the desirable waste steam from the air-steam mixture.
PepsiCo posted this Technology CallSeeking novel materials and technologies to deliver new and improved performance to packaging.PepsiCo seeks to identify materials and technologies that can deliver new and improved performance to their packaging. In particular, we are seeking materials that can provide increased functionality in a few key areas: 1. Circular economy/Sustainability • With increased scrutiny on single-use packaging, PepsiCo is interested in new materials and technology that enable packaging to be reused at end of life, preferable again as packaging for the same product. • For some materials that are not readily reusable or recyclable, degradation is the preferred end-of-life. As such, PepsiCo is interested in packaging with unique pre- & post-consumer functionality, such as edible, dissolvable, or compostable films. 2. Functionality • E-Commerce: With the rise of the internet economy and increased consumer demand for online shipping, PepsiCo is interested in materials technologies that deliver new and different functionalities (e.g. protection, authentication of freshness) to the primary and secondary packaging used for e-commerce. Please note: all proposed technologies must have advanced beyond the conceptual stage.
Organization from Germany posted this Technology CallSeeking to use structural color or photonic principles to block wavelengths of light based.We are looking for technological solutions which can be applied to block specific ranges of light, Tunable from UV to NIR using structural color or photonic principles. The outcome should be a material which can be scaled up and functions at scale, ideally in a flexible or liquid environment. Classical pigments, small molecules and non-specific scattering are out of scope.
Strategic Allies Ltd. posted this Technology CallSeeking technologies, products and services to provide hair-derived health knowledgeOur client is an established manufacturer of consumer-focused health and personal care products, enabling users of all ages to improve their health and appearance directly. Consumers are increasingly seeking to understand if their lifestyle choices are having a positive (or negative) effect on their health. Therefore, the client is looking for ways to support this need, allowing the consumer to measure, track and most importantly, understand their underlying health. This capability needs to be based on established (scientific) knowledge; thus ensuring the consumer receives relevant and actionable health-related metrics and insights. The client is continually seeking to enhance the functionality of current products, and launch new products or services to provide consumers with a broader choice of tools to maximise their health ensuring that accurate information is at the core of their decisions. Whilst the use of blood, urine and saliva testing is well known, hair analysis is a less recognised technique, despite it being less invasive and providing valuable insights into dietary and lifestyle influences.