Universitat de Girona posted this:Design and 3D reconstruction of the human skull applying the geometric abstraction method (Y-CR@NIUM)The Y-Cr@nium technology consists of a 3D geometrical model that systematizes the 22 cranial bones. It demonstrates what is the mechanical behavior of the skull in case of impact and therefore changes the paradigm when designing cranial prostheses and protective equipments such as motorcycle helmets or dummies.
UNIVERSIDAD DE BURGOS posted this:Creation of guides and virtual and/or interactive visits for industry, commerce, etc...Design of virtual environments and visits for industry, tourism and culture. It is possible to recreate real elements as sceneries or interiors, adding historical information, product characteristics, room names or product prices. The access to these virtual visits through a worldwide available website. The visit also includes audio-visual media. This way, companies and other organisms can expose through the internet, allowing potential visitors to access virtually and attractively their facilities.
Juan Casado posted this:
R&D Manager at UAB
UNIVERSIDAD DE BURGOS posted this:People counting system or occupation control system in adverse conditions of brightnessArtificial vision system and data capture for counting people in adverse environmental conditions. The real time data is used to analyse the occupation or people flows in a reliable way, becoming a tool to improve the decision making more efficiently.
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Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:New free online course in Translation and Interpreting in Public ServicesThe FITISPos and FITISPos e-learning groups of the University of Alcalá present an introductory MOOC course for the training of bilingual people who act as translators and interpreters in public services or in situations in which the figure of these professionals is necessary. The online course is entitled: "Get Started in Translation and Interpreting in Public Services". The main objective of this course is to work on issues related to the communication process between foreign users who are not familiar with the Spanish language and the public or private institutions that provide services to society. The course is also focused on describing and practicing the functions of the translators and interpreters who work in these areas and showing how to get to work within this booming sector. The research groups FITISPos and FITISPos -ELearning seek to reach commercial agreements with technical assistance or technical cooperation agreements with public services and public institutions (courts, police stations, hospitals, schools, town halls, etc.) or private institutions (NGOs, associations of entrepreneurs with international interests or foreign employees, banks, tourist offices, etc.).
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Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization of Novosibirsk State University posted this:Preparation of Microscope Slides for medical, biological and veterinary purposesIn a laboratory of Virology and Morphology of an Academic University (Novosibirsk, Russia) the technology of production of high-quality microscope slides for histologic researches was developed. The technology can be applied in educational purposes as well as in different research programs in Pharmacology, Medicine, Biology, etc. The authors are looking for potential partners in order to hand over the technology and/or establish joint production and market implementation of biological exemplars.
Merck KGaA posted this:Technology for Serum and Glucocorticoid regulated kinase (SGK) inhibitorsMerck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, has developed and patented the results of its intense R&D activities for the identification of small organic molecules as SGK1 inhibitors. Based upon a rational screening cascade established, compounds have been identified and characterized with regard to their specific in vitro, cellular and in vivo activities. The package includes access to the IP, experimental results, and materials. Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, offers the unique chance to acquire this promising program.
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Syncoda Technologies posted this:US8512301 (B2) - Canned vacuumAn apparatus includes a vacuum container for maintaining a built-in vacuum pressure, and a vacuum device for connecting the vacuum container with a surface. A method to treat patients using a disposable vacuum source is also provided, including applying the disposable vacuum apparatus to the patient's skin, equalizing the pressure in the vacuum apparatus and the pressure on the skin to apply a vacuum suction force, and releasing the vacuum suction force by equalizing the pressure on the skin with the ambient atmospheric pressure.
Syncoda Technologies posted this:US9339595 (B2) - DISPOSABLE VACUUM SOURCE AND MEDICAL APPLICATIONS THEREOFAn apparatus including: a vacuum container configured to provide and substantially maintain a built-in vacuum pressure; a contact member configured to contact and substantially enclose a surface area; a vacuum device configured to couple the built-in vacuum pressure to the surface area thereby applying a suction force over the surface area; and a conduit coupled to the vacuum container; wherein the vacuum container is also configured to retain a substance collected from adjacent the surface area, wherein the conduit is configured to direct the substance to the vacuum container, and to maintain substantially the same level of vacuum pressure as the vacuum container, wherein the vacuum container comprises a collapsible container, and wherein the collapsible container comprises a spring member configured to maintain a tension in a wall of the vacuum container.
Syncoda Technologies posted this:US9369082 (B2) - Solar power mobile charging stationA mobile charging system includes a foldable solar panel and a battery configured to receive electricity generated by the solar panel and to charge one or more electric vehicles. The mobile charging system is configured to be towed or driven to locations to provide services to users. Users can park their electric vehicles under the shade of the solar panel, getting electricity either through the battery or directly from the solar panel, the hydro generator, or the wind turbine. The users can also get food from the kitchen, cooked from an electric stove or oven or microwave, cold drinks from the vending machine or refrigerator, and get online from the wireless router. Operators of the charging systems can broadcast their positions. Users can find the positions of the available systems using apps, and request services to be delivered at the user locations.
Arun Murthy Battula posted this:
CEO at Creactos Limited
Behrouz Rahimi (CEO) posted this:
Nu innovations Inc
Fundació URV posted this:ELECTRE-H software package: a tool for data analysis and decision aiding with hierarchical criteriaThe ELECTRE-H Software Package implements two new methods for ranking and ordered classification decision problems considering multiple criteria structured into a hierarchy. The hierarchy of criteria is a tool that allows the decision maker to better organize the problem based on its domain knowledge and needs, decomposing the general problem into smaller sub-problems. Both methods follow the well-known outranking model and belong to the family of ELECTRE methods. The ELECTRE approach is inspired on the voting-like procedure based on the opinion of the majority but also respecting the minorities (by allowing veto power). The software available to use ELECTRE methods does not allow a hierarchical decomposition of the problem, but on a flat organization of criteria. The ELECTRE-H for hierarchical sets of criteria was defined by Dr. Del Vasto and Dr. Valls (from URV) and Dr. Slowinski and Dr. Zielniewicz (from Poznán University of Technology, Poland). The papers can be found here: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0957417415001153 http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10844-015-0362-7 The novelties of these two methods are the following: -It fully applies the standard outranking procedure of ELECTRE at all the levels of the hierarchy of criteria (concordance and discordance indices are obtained from the results of the previous layer and exploited at each node to generate new results). -The user will get a result (a ranking or classification) at each intermediate node of the hierarchy as well as the root (or overall) node. -Preference uncertainty can be managed at each node of the hierarchy with its particular discrimination threshold values. -Veto power can be given to the appropriate nodes in the hierarchy, to avoid compensation with the rest of related criteria. -Different scales of measurement can be used both in the elementary criteria and in the intermediate criteria. -For the case of sorting, simple IF…THEN… decision rules are used to define the categories. The novelty of the software ELECTRE-H is that it is the implementation of these methods given by the authors. This guarantees that the program is fully following the methodology proposed. Its main features are: -Clear and easy-to-understand user interface. -Data can be easily provided using an Excel file. -All the parameters of the model can be easily changed in the user interface. -The results obtained can be graphically displayed (i.e. partial pre-orders, rankings) and exported into a PNG image or text files. Also, the calculations of the results are provided in log files. -Additional statistical tools to compute correlations for different ranking and classification results on the same set of alternatives and hierarchy are available. - A distance-based statistical tool to compare partial preorders is available. -The “Simos revised procedure” to calculate numerical values for criteria weights is available. -Analysis of the results can be done at different levels of the hierarchy. -The software supports large number of alternatives and criteria. Also the structure of the hierarchy is only limited to be a tree (each node has a single parent). The software is designed to be easy to use while providing the full functionality required in these two methods.