The project team is very privileged to have French partners from the Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté conducting world-leading research and production into unique devices in energy harvesting. Further innovation in ReACTIVE Too will bring novel flexible energy harvesters for integration into many sensors.
Industry leading work is planned to be led by Polish partners to investigate the possibilities of applying AI, deep learning and prognostics to future electronic systems. These innovations should allow a unique assessment of long term reliability and shorten development cycle times, saving energy and money.
DZP Technologies is a leading developer of specialty materials, formulations, and technologies for emerging industries. The company works closely with a wide range of customers to create innovative materials for a range of markets, from consumer electronics and wearables, to 3D-printing and renewable energy. Founded in 2008, DZP works with forward-thinking businesses and enterprises to fast-track scientific discoveries and create advanced technologies for a wide range of markets. DZP is happy to take on the toughest technical challenges, using their expertise to help customers develop innovative, sustainable products which offer a true differentiator in competitive markets.
Our Finnish partners from Tampere University who have a track record in wearable electronics will bring their research in smart textiles to the team. Specifically focusing on the production and application of smart body worn plasters and smart textiles, the project will assist in looking at improving the design reliability and safety of the systems used in the research as well as looking at how it can be applied to other business avenues.
Our colleagues from SAMK are focusing on Well-being Enhancing Technology (WET) specifically for the application of targeting and improving an individual's well-being using technology applications rather than the care itself. The Design for Somebody philosophy centres around the need of an individual and how technology can assist in areas such as healthcare and welfare.
Junet Oy based in Finland produces the highest quality naturally made furniture for health care and public uses. While maintaining the look and feel of historically Scandinavian made Jurva carpentry, the products are durable and functional but also boast fireproof, anti-bacterial and removable qualities, among many more. The project will be supported by Junet by providing the Health and Social care based idea validation.
CTEC is a high-tech SME that specialises in the research and manufacture of smart actuators, smart sensors, mechatronic systems and detection systems. CTEC will assist the project by providing expert knowledge and excellent R&D facilities to be able to test and produce the systems and products listed in the project.
Annealsys is a leading manufacturer in RTP and DLI - CVD / DLI - ALD systems for research production applications in the fields of silicone and compound semiconductors, nanotechnology, MEMS, solar cells and glass. Annealsys will assist the project by providing a tried and tested process development service for RTP, ALD and CVD processes as per the project's specification and samples. They also provide a wealth of knowledge and expertise in these areas.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research Innovation and Staff Exchange Programme (RISE) under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action, Programme H2020-EU.1.3.3. - Stimulating innovation by means of cross-fertilisation of knowledge Grant Agreement No 871163 - https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/871163
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