Projects

R&D Immersive technology low cost for toys sector

The main novelty of this project is the creation of a technology based on a free architecture hardware that allows integrating TIC in complement of traditional toys or new game proposals and also as a potential marketing tool. [...]

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Participation in international networks, and partnership, participation in comity of certification and normalization (Internationalisation) – PROMECE

This action allows extending the visibility and the position of the R&D activities of the centre, help to increase the participation of PMEs associates in European projects and to support the cooperation with other organizations, contributing to improve the competition in the industry and increase the return of Europeans founds. [...]

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R&D of energetics advanced systems compatible for consuming products in the sector of toys and leisures – SISENERGY

The objective of the current project has been to develop energiy storage prototypes based on supercaps technologies and ion Litio batteries able to be used by toys and leisure sectors in consuming products. [...]

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Development of formulation to reduce the effect of PAHs in the raw materials of child products.

Polycyclic aromatics hydrocarbons (PAH) are composed by the incomplete combustion and the pyrolysis of the organic material. Both natural sources (forest fires, volcanic eruption, etc.), and anthropogenic sources (vehicle emissions, catalytic oil cracking, industrial combustions of fossil fuels, etc.) contribute to the release of PAH in the environment. [...]

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Advanced Robotics Systems – SIRA

The main objective of this project is to develop controlled algorithms which allow the recognition of superficies and/or trajectories in a form that allow automatize superficial treatment process which implicate a tedious work for the operators like an excessive consummation of labour force. [...]

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Improvement of the development process of new consumerism goods with TIC Technology for child through risk analysis – SCREENRISK

The main objective of the project SCREENRISK is provide to the industry integral pioneer methodologic tools for the risk analysis related to the usage of new technologies (TIC included) dedicated to child public, ensuring the creation of new quality recreational products that both are valuable toys and represent no risk for the health of the youngest/smallest. [...]

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LUMÍNICA: Development of a 3D projection system for large format audiovisual environments.

This project has developed the latest generation visualisation system that will enable 3D projection in large format environments, taking advantage of existing projection infrastructure. In addition, it has adapted and integrated individual and group interaction technologies that will enable improvement not only of content visualisation but also interaction in various spheres. [...]

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Technology Cooperation Platform for the application of innovative technologies in childhood – PLAITEC III

This project aims to publicise and promote the collaborative work of the Work Groups and other members of the Technology Platform for innovation in Childhood so that the ongoing activities can have continuity and new and better results are obtained. [...]

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iBUS – an integrated business model for customer driven custom product supply chain

The overall objective for iBUS is to develop and demonstrate a innovative business model, based in the current supply chain, that boost the sells of the manufacturers of traditional toys of the European Union (EU) by using technologies Internet based, focusing in safe and high quality personalised products. [...]

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Evaluation and improvement of the braking test in toys

Current European regulations on toy safety demands a series of requirements for braking systems on toys that support the weight of the child. The requirements mandate that these toys include braking devices, where it is not demonstrated that they can be used effectively in practice by children of the ages at which they are aimed. [...]

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