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Description

inSITE. Insitu ore grading system using LIBS in harsh environments

| inSITE is an upscaling project funded by EIT Raw Materials |
LIBS is a promising tool for realtime analysis of low atomic weight critical raw materials such as Li. Solution on the market are plagued by inconsistent results and poor quantification performance. inSITE introduces a new solution where the concept of information transfer coupled with advanced AI algorithms and a knowledge database of mineral spectra enables true in-situ ore grading with a new generation of smart LIBS technology. 

Details

Details

  • Acronym

    inSITE
  • Start

    01st January 2020
  • Global Budget

    1.937.146,00 €
INESC TEC Team
Latest news

inSITE Project Newsletter #1

Read about our inSITE Project first year of life!

inSITE [Insitu ore grading system using LIBS in harsh environments] is an upscaling project funded by EIT RawMaterials and lead by INESC Technology and Science - Associate Laboratory.

+ info: https://mailchi.mp/946b1a0b0b7a/insite-project-newsletter-1

Subscribe here.


inSITE Kickoff Meeting

inSITE Kickoff Meeting took place remotely from Porto (Portugal) on the 9th March 2020. The Consortium discussed the strategies and objectives for the first year of project. inSITE is an upscaling project funded by EIT Raw Materials, to develop in-­situ ore grading system using LIBS in harsh environments for realtime analysis.

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Associated Centres

CAP

Centre

Applied Photonics

CRAS

Centre

Robotics and Autonomous Systems

Partners

.                                                                     INESC TEC (Lead Partner)
 Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)
Geological Survey of Slovenia (GeoZS)
Ghent University
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Laser Analytical Systems & Automation GmbH (LSA)
Rheinisch-Westfaelische Technische Hochschule Aachen (RWTH Aachen)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Technische Universiteit Delft (Delft University of Technology)

This up-scaling project is supported by EIT Raw Materials.