Reading the color code of molecules
To analyse substances, we look at the “color” of the infrared light that is reflected from them. This is called the molecular spectrum. It gives a sort of fingerprint identification for that specific molecule. This fingerprint, especially of large molecules (f.e. biological molecules and special functions in those molecules) are mostly found in the invisible mid infrared part of the spectrum. We aim to develop a spectrometer that can quickly measure and analyze these fingerprints. And that will be an easy-to-use device even for people not trained to do this kind of analysis.
The voice-enabled ordering interface The majority of waiting time in the service industry consists of the time before a customer’s desire is processed. Besides resulting in lower order frequencies, this fosters a feeling of degraded service. We believe there is no more natural and intuitive way to automate order processing than by utilizing speech. So […]
Designing a smart battery optimizer to charge your electronics in a controlled and technically optimized way! The mission of Liion Power is to make our future more sustainable, by improving the performance and longevity of lithium-ion batteries by charging them in a smart way. Lithium-ion batteries are in our smartphones, E-bikes and many of our […]
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 […]