Aptiv, which develops technologies for autonomous cars, is working on an intelligent driver monitoring system at its tech centre in Kraków. This technology will be developed with the support of the National Centre for Research and Development.
A mobile system, which allows to analyse the soldier`s reaction time during shooting training or kinematic parameters of athletes` movement, has been developed by scientists from the Medical University of Lodz. In the future, it could also be used to analyse the balance and gait of the elderly.
A new method of recovering raw materials from multi-material packaging, in which, for example, fruit juices are sold, has been developed by scientists from the Silesian University of Technology. Compared to previous solutions, the method allows to achieve better quality of recycled plastic.
Prototypes of computer games created to support physical rehabilitation of patients, including the youngest ones, are being tested by scientists from the Institute of Computer Science of the University of Silesia. The games are designed to help people with post-traumatic problems, rheumatological and orthopaedic disorders.
A method for obtaining an "origami" from nanodiamonds has been developed by scientists from the Gdańsk University of Technology as part of the project awarded in the TEAM-NET programme. Its geometrical parameters, electrical and optical properties can be designed for use, for example, in the diagnosis of cancer.