Researchers and industrial engineers teamed up to develop new cost-effective techniques for moulding longer-lasting fibre-reinforced plastics that stand up better to impact, fire and even vandalism!
Businesses can go bankrupt if their clients can’t or won’t pay them. Croatian-Slovenian Eurostars project Finessence developed a secret weapon for survival.
Hot and hazardous conditions are part and parcel of jobs like fire-fighting and iron smelting. But smart electronic systems are helping to reduce that risk. Clever safety wear with built-in sensors keep s tabs on the working environment and the worker .
Many residents know their cities, towns and villages like the back of their hands. The ITEA project C³PO found ways for city planners and designers to tap their knowledge.
New efficient turbine blades could help businesses in the renewables sector to exploit the immense untapped tidal energy potential of the oceans.
A Czech eye surgeon is the man behind an invention to save patients pain from eye surgery. The product could be on the market soon thanks to his Czech and Slovak industrial partners on EUREKA project EYEINJECT.
The Celtic-Plus GOLD project has brought next generation broadband technology closer to market, inspired cutting edge research and created a whole new industrial ecosystem. What’s more, millions of consumers stand to benefit through faster internet access at a fraction of the cost.
A Czech start-up has applied for a patent on a system that re-uses car exhaust energy and its CEO showcasing it on a motorised surfboard.
In an extraordinary example of long-distance collaboration, SMEs from Berlin and Kibbutz Einat have joined forces to develop new laser technology that will be...
The Celtic-Plus SIGMONA project has pioneered novel software-defined networking (SDN) to give mobile network operators greater flexibility in responding to the explosive growth of mobile devices and cloud computing. Positive results will also help European operators prepare for the roll-out of 5G mobile technology.