Projects

TIC-HEALTH 4 CHILDREN – Investigation and development of innovative consumer goods for children that encourage information exchange between the doctor and patient through the use of ICT.

The aim of this project is to investigate and develop innovative consumer goods for children that encourage information exchange between the doctor and patient through the use of ICT. [...]

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Development of formulations for reducing the incidence of polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) in raw materials for children’s products

The aim of this project is to investigate how to reduce the incidence of these unwanted substances and so that these raw materials may be suitable for use in children's products. [...]

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Development of a biodegradable film with biopesticidal/repellent properties

The main objective of the project is to develop a biodegradable film capable of progressively releasing natural substances with biopesticidal and repellent properties, which would protect banana crops from various pests that attack the fruit, and that would not be a source of pollution for the environment or a risk to health of farmers or consumers. [...]

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R&D for increasing sustainability of the vibration process for Zamak articles – EcoVIBRATE

El proyecto EcoVIBRATE, que ha sido desarrollado íntegramente por AIJU, tiene el objetivo de desarrollar materiales fungibles –moletas de vibrado- utilizados en el sector juguetero y otras industrias de la Comunitat Valenciana, a raíz de fracciones residuales generadas en el sector de Zámak. [...]

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AMFAB – Advanced manufacturing of traditionally manufactured products through additive manufacturing technologies

The aim of AMFAB is to improve competitiveness of companies of the toy, textile and footwear sectors of the Region of Valencia through the application of additive manufacturing technologies for obtaining functional or functionalised items for each industrial sector, developing both materials for requested requirements and new computer tools for product design. [...]

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COMFORT TOY – Development of a child’s article with ionising microcapsules for creating a feeling of well-being.

AIJU collaborated with the company ARTEMODEL, S.L. in a new project entitled "Development of a child's article with ionising microcapsules for creating a feeling of well-being", to develop a new series of projects that provide an anti-stress effect through the inclusion of microparticles by spraying that progressively release negative ions. [...]

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Advanced video console adapted to recreational rehabilitation – INTERPLAY

The aim of this project is to develop a new video console system that uses alternative interaction channels primarily based on movement of body, gaze and arms. New early intervention activities in children with neuromotor disability are sought to develop their physical and cognitive abilities to the full. [...]

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TUSACT – Adhesive technologies in sectors with high technology component

The main aim of the UNIT "Adhesive technologies in sectors of high technology component" is in combining the interests of various industrial sectors and research centres to establish, in the Region of Valencia, the technology infrastructure necessary to jointly carry out research and specific developments on adhesive technologies across the whole range: adhesives, coatings, paints, etc. as well as on novel surface treatments involved in processes of bonding of materials, applications of paints, coatings, etc. [...]

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DEVELOPMENT OF A PORTABLE ENERGY GENERATOR BASED ON A DIRECT METHANOL FUEL CELL FOR LEISURE AND FREE TIME APPLICATIONS (GENECOM)

This project is funded by IVACE as part of the Collaboration Projects programme where the main objective is to develop a portable energy generator based on a direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) for leisure and free time applications. [...]

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