Projects

Research into the suitability of childcare articles for high-demand markets – PUERIPLUS

The purpose of the PUERIPLUS project is to investigate how articles designed a priori for domestic use behave in other non-domestic contexts.

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Immersive technologies as part of product development and training

In recent years, audiovisual technologies in the field of Virtual Reality have reached a significant level of maturity thanks to the reduction in hardware costs and the technological evolution there has been at the graphic representation level. This has led to a proliferation of a wide variety of VR helmets (head mounted displays) such as those from such manufacturers as: Oculus, Samsung, Sony or HTC, driven directly by the video game industry.

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Development of high-performance, low-cost fuel cells for portable applications

The objective of the project is to continue developing advanced energy generation systems based on fuel cells, using the latest materials that are available on the market and reducing their weight to facilitate their integration into portable applications.

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Industrial Environment R&D

The aim of this AIJU line of research is to continue to develop different actions that make it possible to evaluate different fractions of industrial waste that are generated during the production processes of companies in the sector and in the industrial fabric of the area and which are currently being dumped in safety landfills.

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Development of moulds and inserts for thermoplastic transformation processes using additive manufacturing technologies – MOLDPRINT

The general objective of the Moldprint project is to develop moulds or inserts using additive manufacturing technologies and materials for the transformation of thermoplastic materials through processes that involve the injection, thermoforming and blowing of plastic parts.

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Research and development in flexible electronics applied to large-surface pressure sensors and push buttons – FLEXENS

The intention of the project is to carry out research into flexible electronics and their integration into plastic materials that can result in innovative products that meet the needs and interests of the market.

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New flexible formulations with bio-based plasticisers for rotational moulding – FLEXIROT

The goal of the FLEXIROT2 project is to develop and validate new flexible formulations for rotomoulding by incorporating plasticisers produced from vegetable raw materials such as natural oils. On the one hand, we will develop new polyvinyl chloride (PVC) formulations containing natural oils. On the other hand, we will prepare mixtures of polyethylene with natural fibres, also incorporating these oils.

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R&D line on restricted substances in children’s products

Safety requirements for children's products are basically divided into two fundamental aspects: Mechanical-physical, and labelling and chemical requirements.

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Development of methodologies for the evaluation of free and inclusive play areas – PARK RISK

Designing play areas that are both safe for and attractive to children requires participatory and multidisciplinary processes that are yielding increasingly innovative proposals whose evaluation is more and more complex, taking into account the risk they represent versus the benefits they offer to children.

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Low-cost robotic developments for manufacturing sectors – MANUBOT

The main objective of this project is to develop low-cost robots for use in the automation of manufacturing processes in the toy sector, dedicated to the manufacture of thermoformed plastic parts by means of blowing and/or rotomoulding processes, or in other similar sectors.

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