The Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC) is the first Portuguese institution to be part of the TTO Circle, that is, the European Technology Transfer Offices circle, a European Commission's initiative.
Date 19th March 2019
A group of Portuguese researchers created a wireless wearable device that assesses the rigidity of the wrist for supporting neurosurgical procedures of deep brain stimulation, which is already used on patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease and that may also be useful in Epilepsy or other neurological diseases.
Date 12th February 2019
In 2017, under the innovation fund Digital News Initiative, Google funded a project of the Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC) in order to stimulate the innovation in the digital journalism. Less than two years later, INESC TEC developed the Augmented Video 360 – an editing and visualisation tool for 360º videos with dynamic annotations in order to improve narratives. That’s why telling stories using 360º videos is easier now.
Date 24th January 2019
ColRobot, as it is called, will be presented and tested next Tuesday, 22 January at 10:30 am in Porto. This is the last demonstration of a European project that had a budget of EUR 4.3 million for developing robotic solutions that could be applied to the automotive and aerospace industries. The demonstration of the robot developed by the Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC) will be made in a Renault vehicle, both institutions being partners in the project that is now coming to an end.
Date 17th January 2019
Underwater mining is already possible. It proved to be both economically profitable and favourable for the environment. Ore mining in abandoned and flooded mines is possible due to the development of a robotic system, which is mainly composed by a 25 tonnes underwater mining vehicle, an autonomous inspection submersible and a barge to support the operation.
Date 13th December 2018
DIVA is the European project that is giving Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SME) the opportunity to present technological solutions in the Agrofood, Forestry and Environment areas. In total, EUR 1.35 million is available in order to support companies from Portugal, Spain, France, Greece, Italy and Ireland that submit innovative projects.
Date 11th December 2018
EIT Manufacturing - Leading Manufacturing innovation is Made By Europe is the name of the winning project in the manufacturing industry field that was launched this week by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). EIT Manufacturing is composed of 50 European partners, two of which are Portuguese – Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC) and SONAE. Originating from 17 different countries, the institutions that are part of this consortium include companies of the manufacturing industry and of the digital and production technologies, institutions of education, training, research and development.
Date 07th December 2018
Greg Clark, British Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, will be today at 4:00 pm at the Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC), which is located at the Campus of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto (FEUP).
Date 23rd November 2018
Researchers from the Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC) will be today and tomorrow in Brussels, between 20 and 21 November, at the headquarters of the European Parliament in the presentation session of the European project related to the educational area named BEACONING. The project was selected among hundreds of other research and innovation projects under the funding programme HORIZON 2020, regarded as a reference in the category “tech with a societal aspect” together with ten more projects.
Date 20th November 2018
Broadband and low cost wireless communications in high seas for ships are already possible thanks to Portuguese technology and can create opportunities to new businesses. Let us imagine a search and rescue operation at the sea, where the land and sea teams can be in constant contact by using the most modern multimedia applications. This is just one of the examples of a possible application of the technology. The solution can also be applied to the fishing sector and to allow the exploration of businesses in offshore wind power plants and oil platforms.
Date 29th October 2018
We are witnessing a boom of a new economic model, commonly known as Sharing Economy or Collaborative Economy, which presents great potential from both companies and consumers. In that regard, the European Commission through the COSME programme and with the support of the Enterprise Europe Network challenged several entities that work in Europe to help companies and entrepreneurs benefit from opportunities created by the Sharing Economy through a pilot programme with a budget of € 2,000,000. The goal was to identify existing collaborative platforms and to help Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SME) explore the potential of that economic model, taking into account the current regulatory environment at an European level.
Date 18th October 2018
“Companies that create the digital. Companies that the digital recreated” – this is the theme that will gather about two hundred people in the Almeida Garret Library in Porto on 23 October at 10:30 AM. The challenges posed by the digital revolutionised several industries at a global level, namely the media industry, producing new types of consumers and new business models to generate revenues. The questions arising from these changes are multiple: how do traditional Portuguese companies reinvent themselves while facing the challenges posed by the digitalisation? What is the strategy of Portugal for the digitalisation in the Portuguese industry?
Date 11th October 2018
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