Projects

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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R&D Line New Materials in Additive Manufacturing

As a consequence of the current state of the markets, manufacturing companies are increasingly demanding the development of products or parts with innovative functionalities and/or properties such as the incorporation of natural additives and fillers, biodegradable and/or environmentally sustainable materials, and the addition of fillers to obtain conductive materials, among others. Metallic materials have also been used.

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Development of a high performance, high pressure and low cost PEM electrolyser for hydrogen supply – SMARTH2PEM

The objective of the SMARTH2PEM project is to develop a low power (1KW) and, from the cost point of view, competitive PEM electrolyser able to generate highly pure (99.99%) hydrogen at high pressure (>15 Bar). The aim of this project is to contribute to the establishment of the hydrogen economy.

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AIJU Guide to Games and Toys 2017

AIJU edits this guide annually with the aim of providing to consumers detailed and useful information on quality games and toys, emphasising criteria such as recreational and educational value, suitability for age and children's specific needs. The aim is to guide and orientate the consumer, providing specialised articles and information of interest and a list of recommended toys. [...]

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AIJU Guide to Games and Toys 2016

AIJU edits this guide annually with the aim of providing to consumers detailed and useful information on quality games and toys, emphasising criteria such as recreational and educational value, suitability for age and children's specific needs. The aim is to guide and orientate the consumer, providing specialised articles and information of interest and a list of recommended toys. [...]

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Enabling an Open Innovation Model for EU Toy Industry SMEs through Co-Creation with FabLabs, Safety Experts and Customer Communities – TOYLABS

The scope of ToyLabs is to introduce a new innovation model realised via an open ICT platform supporting the creativity processes and production cycles of the Toy Industry SMEs, putting into the picture Fabrication Laboratories (FabLabs), Toy Safety Experts and End Customers in terms of co-creation, co-design and decentralised product prototyping. ToyLabs will act as a collaboration bus interconnecting the aforementioned stakeholder types, towards the direction of changing the market positioning and the prospects of SMEs in the Toy Industry, overcoming obstacles like geographical barriers and fragmented markets. [...]

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Valorization of alcoholic wastes to produce H2 to be used in the sustainable generation of electricity – ECOELECTRICITY

El objetivo general del proyecto es diseñar y construir una planta piloto basada en tecnologías catalíticas de reformado que permita el aprovechamiento energético de fracciones alcohólicas impuras (purgas) procedentes de las industrias alcoholeras (destilerías y de producción de bioetanol), que por su composición presentan un bajo valor comercial. [...]

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MOULVET “Development and validation of mould design and manufacturing OER from experienced labourers´ know-how to complement VET”

MOULVET “Development and validation of mould design and manufacturing OER from experienced labourers´ know-how to complement VET” [...]

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