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Medical and Healthcare
Application software and smart seat with built-in sensors for comfort and safety
Taking something as simple as a seat and tailoring it to the need of today's connected word. We have added auto adjusting comfort functions and safety dimension to a regular car seat. It has sensors detecting sudden illness, drowsiness and fatigue. Imagine, sitting in the car where your seat takes a perfect shape for you, detects and gives notice when you are not in the condition to drive and alarms respective authorities in sudden illness.
Autonomous wireless sensors for leak detection in water mains
The Advocate project developed smart gate valves which will be used in the detection and management of water leaks through employing autonomous wireless sensor nodes in an underground MESH network.
Automatic cargo security for trucks and trailers
Truck-Safe is a fully automatic remotely controlled cargo securing system that is secure and adaptive for partial loads, different load shapes and weight. The largest advantage for the user is timesaving – automatic trailer loading systems can fill a trailer in a few minutes.
Real-time biomechanical feedback to reduce injury risk
A new running shoe with embedded sensors technology to measure biomechanical parameters during running.
Heart and respiration in-car embedded nonintrusive sensors
The HARKEN system is an innovative and technologically challenging system. A series of unobtrusive sensors in the seat, as well as in the seat belt, detect heart rate and breathing activity.
Next generation fire suppression system for buses, coaches and other heavy-duty vehicles
Bus and coach fires are a global concern. According to reported bus fire statistics, around 1% of all buses are involved in some form of fire incident each year. These figures are also applicable for other kind of vehicles. Fire incidents in public transport is considered especially severe as loss of life is more likely to occur.
Early detection of pressure ulcer risk at tetraplegic SCI users
PUMA project developed a novel portable and non-invasive system to prevent and early detect the risk of PU (pressure ulcer), based on the control and improvement of tissue viability. Based on real-time PU risk assessment, a combination of dynamic repositioning systems and Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) will be optimally integrated, preserving tissue viability as well as increasing the resistance to PU development.
Wearable wireless kit for detection and monitoring of ischemic conditions
Heart ischemia (IHD) is number one killer in the world (WHO, 2012). Today, patients with chest pain are referred to a hospital/cardiologist, and ischemia is evaluated during exercise on bicycle/treadmill (known as the stress test).
Cavity enhanced microarray development to aid sepsis diagnosis
Sepsis is a life-threatening illness caused by the body’s overreaction to an infection and can be triggered either directly by infection or may occur after medical treatment or surgery.The mortality rate in patients admitted to hospital with severe sepsis is 28-50% and it remains the most prevalent cause of death in non-coronary Intensive Care Units (ICUs ).
Intracranial pressure and volume wave monitoring system
The project DynICP is focused on developing an advanced, portable prototype of non-invasive intracranial dynamic pressure (ICP) diagnosing and monitoring device which could be utilized at hospitals. Comparing with currently available ICP solutions that requires perforation of cranium (i.e. drilling a hole to skull) and the results would be available after an hour; nICP enables to get the results during ten minutes.
Development of an innovative non-invasive ICP meter for routine clinical care
Intracranial Pressure (ICP) is a central variable – a vital sign and biomarker – in neurological diagnosing and monitoring. Currently available methods for ICP monitoring have complex or highly invasive nature. An invasive measurement procedure requires a surgery, taking about at least 0.5 hour from physicians’ decision to measure patient’s ICP up to the start of such measurement. Time and quick diagnosis are critical in case of head trauma, since some brain cells start degrading already in few minutes after traumatic brain injury.
Advanced drying unit controlling fish maturation and drying processes
The development of innovative indoor process for maturing and drying of stockfish allows all-year around stockfish production, increasing profitability through higher product quality and minimal production losses. The SafeTrackFood project takes the drying and maturing process indoors and production time is reduced from traditional four months to just 30 days.
Development of a raising, walking and exercise device for rehabilitation of stroke victims
Stroke (cerebrovascular accident) is the most common cause of adult disability in Europe. Roughly 75% of victims survive, but about half of these lose the ability to live independently in their own home. As strokes often result in long term disability rather than death, the rehabilitation and hospitalisation represent a major economic burden for the EU of about €34bn annually.
Development of a secure, modular, bank note checking module
The Eurothentic system provides high performance bank note validation. By the control software, web interfaces and the central database developed by Eesti Innovatsiooni Instituut, the Eurothentic system records and analyses an image of the bank note and archives the processed data. It tracks bank notes through a secure network, and constantly updates the database and system through this network.
Industrial scale manufacturing of ultrapure viscous fluid from okra plant
The purpose of OkraVision project was to replace animal based and expensive hyaluronic acid (HA) with cheaper and plant based okra pectin in medical and cosmetic applications.
An open-ended microwave bonding and encapsulation system for electronics industry
Currently the vast majority of polymeric adhesive materials in electronic products are bonded using a variety of methods, such as infra-red, UV-curing, thermo-compression or convection heating. The common drawbacks of these techniques are that they take long time and include heating up large number of component on the whole PCB.
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