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Regardless whether home appliances, automotive parts or vending machines - it will soon be possible to operate the plastic products of the future via their smooth surfaces by means of integrated and multi-functional interfaces.
A new generation of solar cells and modules significantly increase efficiency. This is made possible by a technology developed to enable flexible, low-cost manufacturing of embossing tools for optimal surface structuring.
Some diseases manifest themselves at a very early stage through changes in tidal air. A new method promises to pinpoint these gaseous substances.
Mobile end devices support plant and machine servicing and staff training in Industry 4.0. Thanks to digital technologies, even across continents.
Raw materials such as zinc and indium are in greater demand by the high-tech industry than ever before. By means of leaching, metals can be recovered from mining residue.
With the aid of UV light, it was possible to significantly improve the cell compatibility of polymer films as support material for cell cultures. A model to grow artificial tendons for reconstructive medicine was created for the first time.
If Austria wishes to remain an attractive industrial location for high-tech companies, it needs top-notch steel manufacturing. An improved measuring method for steel slag makes a vital contribution to this.
Sometimes, the essential lies on the surface. Enhanced measurement methods have optimized C-MEM membrane production, and higherperforming fibers increase resource effectiveness.
The automotive and aircraft industry need materials that remain stable even at 600 degrees. An innovative CFC composite provides the solution and a replacement for metal.
A new manufacturing method based on belt-casting technology aims to meet the demand for more sophisticated slide bearings made from aluminum composites.
New coatings for metal cutting tools will extend their service life. Research has its eye on the entire process, right back to recovering the coating material.
Aluminium components can now be industrially manufactured by means of metal injection molding. The new technology requires less material and energy.
Until now, samples used during traditional lab testing procedures in the food processing industry were destroyed in the process. A domestic innovation has changed this, while improving food safety and product quality at the same time.
The Montanuniversitaet Leoben is examining ways to improve the security of supply of high value, high-tech graphite by means of a new processing method. A database focused on the achievable functional product properties is also under consideration.
Bundling existing operational data reduces the cost of maintaining production equipment. A new, self-learning maintenance tool greatly boosts productivity.
An innovative decision support system optimizes capacity adjustment. Manufacturing costs are cut by up to six percent. Small and medium sized businesses, particularly sensitive to extreme fluctuations in demand, remain competitive.
Aluminum alloys are increasingly used in car body manufacturing. In the future, lighter and more complex components might be formed at low-temperatures.
Diagnosing diseases quickly and easily: a magnetic biochip makes it possible. Because conventional diagnostics can be too slow for those affected.
Attophotonics has developed new types of nano-coating production technologies for a wide range of applications, from anti-counterfeiting to quality control, from the food industry to the pharmaceutical industry.
In future, bio-fuels generated from microalgae could become feasible. Production and processing can take place in existing infrastructures such as refineries.