Project Outline Deadline 1 March 2019
BECAUSE TIME IS PRECIOUS
In the framework of EURIPIDES², a Franco-Swiss partnership has developed an atomic clock that would lose just a single second over 6 million years.
Satellites to battle the digital divide
A Franco-Finnish consortium developed a new generation of satellite technologies to deliver fast Internet to remote communities. Six publications and two patents* demonstrate the scientific quality of the research performed.
UPMOST partners win the EUREKA award 2017!
Amplitudes Systemes and Alphanov (France) and HPK and KIMM (South Korea) won the EUREKA award 2017, for their outstanding results in international cooperation, technological novelty, economic success and societal/environmental benefits. Amplitude Systemes and HPK saw the number of employees and turnover doubled in 2016 compared to 2012. Amplitude lasers are now used in all manufacturing facilities for AMOLED production in ...
SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS FOR TOMORROW'S PLANES
French electronics group Thales headed a European consortium that worked out how to upgrade airplane satellite communications by developing a more sophisticated set of antennas.
NAVAL NAVIGATION REVOLUTIONISED BY SOLID-STATE COMPASS
A team of engineers from French and German companies has come together to improve the safety of ships at sea with a solid-state, electrostatic compass that can find true North without ever needing maintenance or replacement.
European partnership creates intelligent jacket for firemen filled with innovative tech.
A smart jacket developed during the Czech-led research project EURIPIDES INTEX could soon help firefighters stay safer on the job and be on the market by 2016.
Striking Technologies for Power
THOR enables SiC to enter the market
French, Spanish and Polish partners developed a small unit that can grab and store all kinds of renewable power.
"CREATING THE PRODUCTS THAT WILL RADICALLY TRANSFORM OUR CARS IN THE FUTURE."
Fuel Quality Sensor: a new approach to engine management
With a Europe-wide publicly-funded effort of more than three years and a total investment of 8.1 million euro, automotive engineering giant Continental has revolutionised car engines, together with partners including PSA Peugeot Citroen and Daimler-Chrysler.
The CERAMJET project was aimed at the main ceramic components and interconnection manufacturers in Europe, with the expectation of dramatic competitive advantages, using a rupture innovative technology. Targeted direct and immediate applications of the CERAMJET were: MLCCS (capacitors), fine-line thick-film circuitry.
The CARUS project aims at the development of early predictive and advanced diagnosis technology for atherosclerosis in the carotid artery in response to the major health issues associated with cardiovascular diseases. The ultimate technological goal of the project is to develop an innovative high frame rate matrix ultrasound system for non-invasive real-time three dimensional quantitative assessment of structural and functional vascular properties.
CESA 5.0 the international conference on automotive electronics, components and systems will take place on 5 & 6 December 2018...