An IT company in Germany teamed with a Dutch clinic to give doctors and researchers a new tool in the battle against cancer.
A German engineering firm and spin-off of the University of Karlsruhe has teamed up with the Technical University of Dresden and a Greek software company to develop an innovative and commercially viable code that simulates the results of wind-induced loads on high-rises.
Around half of all energy is wasted as heat. But this ‘waste heat’ can be harnessed, alongside even low-temperature geothermal heat, to produce electricity with the help of clever technology honed for the global market thanks to Eurostars international support.
Dreams can come true, especially if your name is Tim Berners-Lee. His vision of a “web of data” able to be processed by machines has left the realm of science fiction and entered the real world, as new applications, tools and business models give today’s “semantic web” its much-needed edge. One EUREKA project is in the thick of it.
Saica, a family-owned Spanish paper and packaging business, developed a cost-effective, ‘green’ solution to meet growing demand for white-grade top-coated paper (testliners). Thanks to EUREKA pre-market support, that technology is now being applied at a new production plant.
Precise contouring of organs at risk is an important but time-consuming part of radiotherapy treatment planning. Contouring is a highly skilled technique and every patient requires an individual approach. The Cloud Atlas project developed an auto-contouring solution taking advantage of the latest innovations in machine learning.
A Franco-Swiss partnership has developed an atomic clock that would lose just a single second over 6 million years
By building on the developments made in previous Celtic-Plus projects in the same domain (WiSafeCar and CarLink), CoMoSeF managed to develop 23 new products that make driving under extreme weather conditions safer.
The Eurostars project D-BOX has demonstrated the feasibility of integrating automatic speech recognition and text-to-speech technology into gaming applications.
A Eurostars project has resulted in an innovative software system for 3D scanning being developed to support a range of industries from medicine to material science.