Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Video surveillance system and intelligence monitoritation.GEINTRA is a research group from the Department of electronics of the University of Alcala. They offer solutions for video surveillance and intelligent monitoring from the information provided by different sensors. This technological solution can be use in different applications, among which highlights people detection and object identification and tracking. Their main advantages are its versatility to be used with different objectives and in different operating environments, the intelligence of the process and control system (extracting reliable statistics, position and orientation, size, counting, mobility and other physics of the object). The group is looking for security companies, companies working in events planning or gauging control, to achieve technical collaboration agreements.
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Disposable electrodes based on filtered nanomaterials.A Spanish research Group from Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry and Chemical Departments at University of Alcalá (Spain) has designed and developed different disposable electrodes constituted exclusively by conducted nanomaterials for analytical measurement of electroactive molecules for (bio-) sensoric in relevant areas such as health, agri-food and environmental. The group is looking for companies in the chemistry, clinical, agri-food and environmental sectors to reach licensing agreements or collaboration and commercial agreements for technical assistance.
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Assistive products for people with disabilities.The research group GEINTRA UAH offers assistive products, especially for communication, aimed at people with different type and degree of disabilities, mainly people with mobility problems, but also hearing and vision difficulties, with high flexibility and diversity of forms access. The group is looking for companies working in IT sector to achieve commercial agreement with technical assistance.
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Definition and design of efficient complex embedded systems.The research group GEINTRA from the Department of Electronics of the University of Alcalá has a long and extensive experience in the definition and design of high complex and demanding embedded electronic systems for the implementation of efficient architectures in different application fields: communications, transport, energy, power and control, sensory systems, etc. Such solutions, based on SoC (System-on-Chip), FPGA (Field-Programmable Gate Array) and/or processing devices, represent an effective alternative, with competitive advantages in terms of frequency, response times, systematic testing and verification, safety approvals, etc. GEINTRA is looking for companies working in telecommunications and IT sector or companies working in transports or industrial manufacturing to achieve technical cooperation agreements.
Fundació URV posted this:An open-source scalable Personal Cloud that can adapt to the necessities of organizations.StackSync is an Open Source Personal Cloud that takes care of your real needs and provides a cloud storage solution with scalability, security and privacy awareness. StackSync fits perfectly in any kind of organization (e.g., Enterprise, SME, Government, Educational) offering adaptable cloud storage: private, hybrid or public. For more information: http://youtu.be/Z76poRg92hI http://stacksync.org/
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.
Universidad de Alicante posted this:Autonomous vehicles for transport of materials in warehousesBased on current SLAM techniques, researchers have developed new algorithms with important improvements in the map creation, association and location processes. In this way, the vehicle reaches a better adaptation to the space and organization of the warehouse. In other words, the vehicle can be adapted to the place and it is not necessary to adapt the place to the vehicle. The main innovative aspects are: • The vehicles have a high level of autonomy, due to the dynamic planning of paths. • Avoid collisions because the system can modify the path in real time. • The definition of new paths without modification of the environment avoids costly investments.
Universidad de Alicante posted this:Novel visual inspection system for quality control in production procesessVisual inspection systems are based on the employment of pictures, both in the visible and infrared or ultraviolet spectrums. They can also make use of sonar images or adding structured light to the environment in order to analyze defects and shapes in products. The figure shows an image obtained by means of a range camera that allows distinguishing an object by its depth. Thus, its position and defects can be determined through its volume. The technology is totally developed and has been laboratory and field tested, although, it requires a particular specification for each case. The technology can be used for real-time inspection of production processes, both for the recognition and for the classification and quality inspection.
Universitat de València posted this:BioCalibra: Device for activated sludge models calibrationThe device has the following advantages over existing techniques: Improves WWTP simulations: allows simulation of calibrated WWTP with only the adjustment of influent characteristics. High efficiency: allows the calculation of the most important set of parameters for the activated sludge model with the minimum of experimental effort User friendly software: all elements are controlled by the calibration software that can be installed on any conventional computer.
Universitat de València posted this:Nitrogen removal control system based on low-cost sensorsThis control system allows optimization of the activated sludge process since maintains effluent nitrogen concentration under limit values with minimum energy consumption. The most remarkable advantages provided by this technology are: Cost reduction of initial investment and maintenance Easier operation than nutrient analysers Lower time response Lower aireation energy consumption Lower pumping energy consumption
Fundació URV posted this:Integral management of all kinds of user information using a single computer application and a single object-oriented databaseThe innovative aspect of the proposed technology is to allow the users to focus on their data objects, not on the specific workflows of the applications: this is known as the document-centered approach, in contrast with the application-centered approach. Other technologies addressed the document-centered approach in the past, such as the Carnegie Mellon University's Andrew toolkit (1985), the Dr. Ken Sakamura's BTRON system (1985), the Hewlett-Packard's NewWave framework (1987), the Microsoft's OLE and ActiveX technologies (1992) and the Apple and IBM's OpenDoc architecture (1994). However, all of them are based on file systems to store the information, and some of them still use classical computer applications as the native user interface for its document-oriented workflow (i.e. OLE/ActiveX). The main new aspects of the proposed technology are the integration of all information into a single object-oriented database, the object hierarchy management to build more complex objects, the zoomable user interface to edit/view each object in a hierarchical fashion, and the organization of the information objects into projects, sets and subsets (see the specifications for more details).
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Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Assessment model for the portfolio of clients and loyalty methodology (CUSTOMERING)New forms of segmentation of clients data bases that allow to optimize the commercial activities, equipping them with a balance between the short term (profitability) and the long term (value) We can highlight as advantages all those derived from:- Quantitative and qualitative identification of the value inducers of the clients’ portfolio.- Establishment of benchmarking possibilities among companies of a same sector- Improving of the results of the company, increasing sales and profits.
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Optimization of the distance selling operations and electronic commerce.The innovative aspects can be summarized in the Integration between front-office and back-office activities with the possibility of total outsourcing. The establishing variable cost structures to facilitate the approach to the market without geographical limitation, thus reaching an overall degree of internationalization at low cost.