Transport and Infrastructure 2018-04-19T10:42:06+00:00

It makes possible borrowing tools, appliances and consumer goods from a 24/7 accessible facility. The compact facility fits into a container-sized space allowing it to be placed in train stations or other central locations within walking distance from urban consumers. Equipped with a mobile app it is easy to use. It saves money and storage space, increases the value extracted from items over their lifetime, reduces traffic and material footprint and supports local sharing economy.

A competitive standard silyl-modified polymers (SiMP) solution able to comply with all the technical and mechanical challenges and environmental regulations, offering great performance, no complexity over application and a greener profile for vehicle assembly.

A purpose-built vehicle that is made-to-order in modular sizes to carry up to 21 passengers. The vehicle eradicated the design flaws of existing modified vehicles for tour operators.

Electrical vehicles (EVs) charging system addresses non-solved shortcomings in existing methods such as availability, inter-operability, rates, efficiency, autonomous charging, safety and handling comfort. A matrix-shaped ground pad and a vertical power connector attached to any surface of the ground pad on the parking floor allows the highest parking alignment tolerance and reduces the complexity of a three-dimensional mechanical moving system. It allows connection to the electrical grid.

Service and change in business model for providing power to grounded aircraft on the airport apron. The objective is to ensure adequate air-conditioning and electricity to planes during turn-around, so they don't need to use the Auxiliary Power Unit (APU). The APU is a small jet engine, fitted to planes, to generate electricity and provide compressed air, for air-conditioning and main engine starting, when the main engines are stopped.

Innovative brake for automotive industry, means a new push forward in braking technology, improving the complete braking system in standard tourism cars and motorbikes; safer (braking time to stop vehicle is reduced by 15%), optimised gas consumption (braking system 20-30% lighter), less maintenance (+40% operating life) and environmental friendly (-50% particle emissions of steel/iron dust)