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INESC TEC solution for the media tested at Porto Canal

The tools developed by INESC TEC within the framework of the CHIC project – Cooperative Holistic View on Internet and Content were recently tested at PortoCanal. This was one of the 10 pilot-tests contemplated by the project, named Consumer-oriented and cloud-based TV production and distribution with decentralised inputs.

17th January 2020

Networked Intelligent Systems

The SLID project aims to improve the logistics processes by means of a product tracking system

INESC TEC’s Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia (CTM), in partnership with Wavecom, launched a project to improve the transport and storage of products in indoor and outdoor environments.

17th January 2020

Networked Intelligent Systems

A project on mobile assets tracking ends with installation in Casa da Música

Two years ago, INESC TEC's Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia (CTM) was challenged to create a solution for the management of mobile assets, in order to address the issues that large organisations - such as hospitals, industries or cultural centres - face in identifying and tracking equipment and processes, thus leading to the reduction of waste.

17th January 2020

Industry and Innovation

INESC TEC presents recommendations for supply chains in 2030

During the final event of the NEXT-NET project, held in Brussels on December 17, INESC TEC presented the recommendations for supply chains in 2030. The recommendations are some of the outcomes of the project, which began in October 2017 and whose focus was increasing the production/distribution integration of supply chains, through a multisector and technological initiative aimed at defining research and innovation priorities for the future.

17th January 2020

Institutional

INESC P&D Brazil successfully completes a project for the automation of a power grid

The RADAR project – “New Elements of Network Automation, with Advanced Distributed Intelligence Functions”, culminated with a workshop attended by representatives of EDP Brasil (the funding company), researchers associated with INESC P&D Brazil and members of the board of INESC P&D Brasil.

17th January 2020

Power and Energy

INESC TEC part of European project to improve the performance of hydroelectric power plants

The development of new technology solutions to improve the performance of hydroelectric power plants. This is the goal of the €18M European project XFLEX Hydro, involving INESC TEC’s Centre for Power and Energy Systems (CPES) and Centre for Industrial Engineering and Management (CEGI).

15th January 2020

Networked Intelligent Systems

INESC TEC honoured at ICMV session on neural network applications and image processing

A presentation about automatic sign language recognition by Diogo Pernes, researcher at INESCT TEC’s Centre for Telecommunications and Multimedia (CTM), was awarded “Best Oral Presentation” at the session on neural networks application and image processing – part of the latest edition of the International Conference on Machine Vision (ICMV).

14th January 2020

Power and Energy

INESC TEC researchers named best reviewers by prestigious IEEE Electrical Engineering Journals

The IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid (TSG) published a list of the best reviewers in 2019, which includes the names of two INESC TEC researchers. Mohammad Javadi and Mohamed Lotfi, from Centre for Power and Energy Systems (CPES), are among the top 70 reviewers, selected from thousands worldwide.

13th January 2020

Computer Science

INESC TEC developed an application for managing large databases in real time

Nowadays, database management and updating is a key concern for large companies. In order to perform said critical tasks, the purchase of dedicated hardware is the solution found by most organisations; however, this leads to expenses in terms of hardware management and maintenance, and often the need to allocate human resources. Now, there’s a cloud platform that aims to meet the market demands, with a more reliable and cost-effective technology that can be updated in real time.

11th January 2020

Computer Science

World expert present in the closure of project dedicated to medical simulation

The closing session of the project SIMPROVE – Medical Simulation Centre of the Future, which brought together FMUP, INESC TEC and the company STI-Medical, was attended by Guid Oei, professor at the Eindhoven University of Technology (the Netherlands), an expert in the medical simulation area applied to Obstetrics and member of a consortium that won EUR 2.9 million for the development of an artificial uterus prototype.

10th January 2020

Institutional

The General Council approved the 2020 Activities and Budget Plan

On December 12th, the ordinary meeting of INESC TEC’s General Council took place, in which the 2020 Activities and Budget Plan was unanimously approved. In this meeting, INESC TEC’s participation in the international association EARTO – European Association of Research and Technology Organizations and in the CoLABs “Smart Energy Lab – Association”, “BUILT CoLAB” and “Vasco da Gama CoLAB” was ratified.

08th January 2020

Computer Science

HASLab welcomes students from the 2019 Best Student programme at University of Minho

On December 19th, INESC TEC’s High-Assurance Software Laboratory (HASLab) welcomed six students from Braga, Guimarães, Santo Tirso and Terras de Bouro, who chose HASLab to discover and become familiar with the work of a researcher in the IT field. This event was part of the 2019 edition of the Best Student programme at UMinho.

07th January 2020

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