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Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - UPC posted this:System for improving the performance of pilots of aircrafts in aerial photography works and procedure to be used with such systemNew avionics system to be used - connected with a flight simulation - to train pilots for aerial works. The same avionics system on-board is useful to improve pilot’s performance and the quality of imagery.
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Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization of Novosibirsk State University posted this:Energy efficient technology of perfect crystal growthA university laboratory (Russia) has developed a versatile method of perfect crystal growth as a technology to produce a wide range of crystals. These can be applied in detectors, customs terminals for cargo and cars examination, anti-terror systems, in a tomography of ultrahigh permission and a magneto-optics. The laboratory is looking for industrial partners to identify crystals for mass-market applications, for transfer of technology of crystal growth and sale of crystal growth equipment.
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Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:New technology for Air Traffic Management.A research group from a Spaniard university has designed a new system based on optimal control technology for Air Traffic Management (ATM). The new approach is mainly characterized by its adaptability capacity in situations where there are more than two aircrafts. Potential collaborations with international/national research centres and companies interested in applying the technology are sought.
Auðna - Technology Transfer Office Iceland posted this:SPARK: a novel method for producing airfoils/wingsSPARK A novel method of producing airfoils / wings AFFILIATION University of Iceland INVENTORS Sólrún Traustadóttir and Andri Orrason ISSUED US PATENT Issued US Patent: P11936US00 / US 10,391,722 B1 Title: METHOD OF PRODUCING AEROFOILS Date of Patent: August 27th 2019 “The present invention can optimise aerodynamics while providing more sustainable production processes and more durable seamless airfoils / wings.”