A group of researchers from Porto developed a laser technology based on artificial intelligence that allows to identify and quantify minerals in real time. The developed system is capable of self-learning, that is, the technology will progressively learn the new behaviour to be acquired by means of new data.
Date 30th July 2019
A technology developed in Porto will enable the remote and continuous monitoring of submerged hoses, thus allowing preventive maintenance and leakage detection while avoiding potential environmental disasters. Two patent applications were already submitted.
Date 24th July 2019
The launch of the scientific internship programme for secondary school students will take place on 16 July at 10:30 a.m. at INESC TEC - the Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science, in Porto, and will be attended by the Minister for Science, Technology and Higher Education, Manuel Heitor, the President of Ciência Viva, Rosalia Vargas, and the Chairman of INESC TEC's Board, José Manuel Mendonça.
Date 12th July 2019
meuparlamento.pt is the name of the mobile application that simulates the plenary of the Assembly of the Republic, allowing citizens to know and vote in the legislative proposals presented in the Portuguese Parliament since 2011.
Date 08th July 2019
From 4 to 12 July, artificial intelligence will gather more than 50 researchers from 24 different nationalities in the city of Porto. “VISUM Summer School”, an organisation of the Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC), will be held at the premises of the Portucalense Infante D. Henrique University (UPT), in Porto, and will be around the theme of computer vision and artificial intelligence.
Date 03rd July 2019
Eight technologies, with applications in health, sea, industry, energy and media areas will be presented tomorrow, 28 June at 4:20 p.m. at the Campus of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Porto (FEUP). The projects, which were developed through a funding of over EUR 12 million from the Norte 2020 programme, are now coming to an end with a public presentation of results.
Date 27th June 2019
A group of researchers in Portugal and USA developed a set of technologies that, among other applications, allow to monitor the vital signs and the environmental variables that professionals such as firefighters, police officers or paramedics are exposed to. For what purpose? To obtain fatigue indices, dangerous levels of exposure to heat, stress, harmful gases, among others, which can be used to protect these professionals, and thus increasing the security of the operations of these teams and improving their management on the ground in the event of natural disasters, for example.
Date 25th June 2019
The longevity of batteries in mobile devices is a problem for the majority of users. The interaction of users with these devices is often jeopardised by the constant concern that the battery might run out. However, this problem may cease to exist. The first catalogue of Energy Patterns, which was created in Portugal, focuses on the energy efficiency of the mobile applications and aims at improving the power consumption in computing systems.
Date 18th June 2019
The European Union (EU) and South Korea awarded EUR 8.3 million to the ResponDrone project in order to develop an emergency management solution based on a fleet of drones. The goal is that the response to natural disasters will be faster, more effective and efficient. There is a Portuguese institution collaborating on this project – the Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC), which is responsible for the wireless communications supported by drones.
Date 12th June 2019
There is a new autonomous technology that allows to monitor, collect and preserve the genetic material of the aquatic microorganisms almost immediately. The goal is to use these biological samples in comprehensive studies on the diversity and composition of the planktonic communities through the use of new technologies for the analysis of their genetic material. The Portuguese researchers responsible for the development of this autonomous biosampler have recently published these developments on the scientific journal PLOS ONE.
Date 06th June 2019
The new laboratory focused on the Advanced Production Technologies, namely of Industry 4.0, known as iiLab (Industry and Innovation Lab), will be inaugurated on Tuesday, 28 May in the city of Porto. The new laboratory of the Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC) presents a set of technologies and results from R&D projects, which involved an investment of over one million Euro. iilab will be presented under the Technological Demonstrator initiative, “Tecnologias de Produção e Sistemas Ciber-fisicos” (in English Manufacturing Technologies and Cyber-physical Systems”), which was promoted by the Portuguese National Innovation Agency (ANI).
Date 23rd May 2019
To maximise the electricity production from renewable sources, to develop smart grids, to expand the integration of electric vehicles in the power grids, to exploit the flexibility of the demand and to study the regulation and functioning of electricity markets - these are some of the goals, for the next five years, of this R&D partnership that will be signed between INESC TEC and EDP Group on 24 May.
Date 21st May 2019
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