Economical and easy use of eddy current based testing of carbon fiber composite and metals
Eddy Lite provides economical and easy use of eddy current techniques to test materials and structures exploiting novel developments in integrated sensors and robotic scanning. The focus is on Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastics (CFRP) used in strong lightweight structures found in airplanes, windmill blades, car bodies etc. Using our eddy current methods on metal museum artefacts is also an area of attention. The eddy current technique provides easy in depth testing and can optimize maintenance and repair. Demand for such testing will grow due to increased use of CFRP’s in e.g. the aerostructure and automobile industry.
Three dimensional reconstructions of skeletal muscles
Would you like to be sure your food and water are pesticide free? Pesticides are essential for boosting crop yields, but they often find their way into our ecosystems, food and drinking water. Current pesticide monitoring systems are far too expensive and out of reach for you and I. That’s why we are creating an […]
Breath sensors for pre-symptomatic disease detection We are developing a non-invasive breath sensor for cows, for the early detection of illnesses well before observable symptoms. With automated and continuous monitoring, this would enable timely and precise feed adjustments by farmers to stop sickness progression. The technology is derived from extremely sensitive laser-based techniques enabling the […]