Projects

Pre-standardisation investigation for optimisation of electrical waste management in items for children and leisure.

The aim of the project is to implement the analysis methodology necessary to ensure compliance with this legislation. [...]

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Improvement in the analysis of toxic compounds according to legislation, covering various industrial sectors. TESTOXIC

The overall aim of this project is optimisation in laboratory analysis work with respect to the certification that is included on the chemical analysis of certain consumer products according to legislation. [...]

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Addition of sepiolite to formulations used in the toy sector to minimise the presence of toxic organic compounds

The aim of the project is to incorporate absorbent substances such as sepiolite, able to retain toxic chemical substances as defined in the legislation, to different formulations of plastic materials used in toys [...]

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Application of rapid prototyping technologies for the manufacture of children’s product safety testing equipment

The overall objective of the project is to validate the use of rapid manufacturing technologies for the component development enabling safety evaluation of children's products in the design phase. [...]

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SMART TEXTILE PLAY – Experimental development of intelligent fabrics applied to interactive textile toys

The aim of the project is the experimental development of smart textiles for application in textile-based children's products. [...]

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Pre-competitive standardisation of articles for use by children

Preparation and application of safety standards in sectors related to children's products are a necessary activity, given the sensitivity of the end consumer in this regard. [...]

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Study of sound quality of Valencian toys

This study will identify the acoustic parameters that most affect sound quality, covering empathic aspects of the toy for the child and psychoacoustic factors. Psychoacoustic factors help model human perception of sound, objectively defining the subjective feeling of the sound. [...]

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Implementation of R&D+i management systems in SMEs of the sector of children’s products and plastic products

This initiative aims to develop a project where the main objective is to increase competitiveness of the SMEs of the sector of children's products and plastic products through the implementation of R&D+i management systems based on the UNE 166002 standard. [...]

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Design and optimisation of a integrated waste management system for toys and electric and electronic games – GESTIJOC

The main purpose of the project was to validate the possible management and final disposal alternatives in order to analyse their technical and economic viability and therefore to facilitate the toy sector in implementing the legal requirements derived from the recent transposition of European directives 200/95/EC and 2002/96/EC into Royal Decree 208/2005 on electrical and electronic equipment and their waste management. [...]

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Diagnosis of strategic situation and orientation in the toy sector

The aim of this project is the preparation of an analysis of the strategic diagnosis and advice for toy companies. Secondary and primary sources of information will be studied in order to adapt the available market information to the specific characteristics of each company. [...]

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