Projects

MIGRAINYECCIÓN – Influence of processing and use conditions on the amount and nature of potential migrating agents of children’s articles in contact with foods

The overall aim of the project is to study the influence of injection conditions of various plastic materials with different properties on the migration of organic and inorganic substances that are part of children's products by contact with foods. [...]

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DIGITEX-PLAS

This project involving 8 companies (4 textile companies and 4 plastics/toy companies) and the AIJU and AITEX technology centres aims to research and develop new processes and products enabling rationalisation of digital printing on textiles and plastic materials. [...]

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IMPVAL – Impact Assessment and Analysis Methodology Validation of substances included in the toy and complementary regulations

The project aims to evaluate the suitability of materials currently used in children's products against the new requirements of 2009/48/EC (new Toy Safety Directive) and to obtain full validation of its own test methodologies developed in house to obtain the result. [...]

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Cartridge wadding – PVA-based biodegradable and ecological cartridge wadding

The main aim of the project is to design, manufacture and launch on the market an innovative and environmentally friendly shotgun cartridge with water-soluble and biodegradable components (the wadding). [...]

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SENIORPLAY. Development of requirements and sensing systems that facilitate generation of video games aimed at improving the quality of life of elderly people

The SENIORPLAY project aims to set the base for the development of video games of high therapeutic and preventative value that also meet the requirements of specific usability of elderly people. The results of this investigation will provide Valencian industry with information and resources that encourage the development of innovative video games for this group, encouraging the creation of new quality leisure products that, in addition to ensuring their game value, improve cognitive, functional and social skills of their users [...]

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TRANS-RM – Optimisation of products, processes and services for transport sector SMEs through rapid manufacturing technologies

The aim of this project is to improve the innovation and competitiveness of Spanish SMEs by giving technology advice. The work will be carried out through: - Definition of technology improvement plans. [...]

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NANOCARB – Use of nanocompounds based on carbon nanotubes and nanofibres for obtaining conducting polymers of high added value for diverse sectors

AIJU, in collaboration with AIMPLAS, have jointly worked on this project for two years with the aim of improving competitiveness of various technical thermoplastics of application to products with electric and electronic components of high added value, through the addition of conducting nanoparticles. [...]

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Developing a system of ACTIVE therapy based on physical exercise to enable strengthening of muscles in Parkinson’s sufferers through leasure and New Information and Communication Technologies ACTIVA

The main aim of the ACTIVA project is to create games of high therapeutic value based on ICTs and physical exercise to improve the quality of life in people with Parkinson’s.ACTIVA allows people with Parkinson have to enjoy the latest offers in leisure and entertainment, thereby improving physical and social skills. [...]

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Consolidation of the AIJU International Projects Office (OPI)

The International Projects Office represents the operational structure to enable an increase in Spanish participation in European R&D+i projects in a systematic, effective and efficient way, for both the Technological Centre and the industry it serves, and to improve returns from European Union programmes. [...]

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Childhood and sweet consumption: recommendations for the business sector (second year)

The project intends to learn about the current offer of sweets and to analyse possible repercussions or factors associated with their consumption. Its ultimate aim is to prepare guidelines and recommendations directed at companies that would optimise manufacture and sale of sweets directed at children. [...]

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