A research group has analyzed roughness and ability to repel water on surfaces produced by 3D printing and has created prediction models for industry implementation

Lunes, 23 Septiembre 2019 13:22

Drive responsibly, no matter what commercials say

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A University of Cordoba study proves the lack of environmental commitment in car advertising and proposes a code of good practice for companies and their creative teams

Visual Seveif software measures the economic impact of a fire, taking into account both material resources and their utility for leisure and recreation, the landscape's value and, now, carbon fixation

Miércoles, 14 Noviembre 2018 08:29

Big Data used to predict the future

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University of Cordoba researchers are able to improve prediction systems by reducing the quantity of information
Technology is taking giant leaps and bounds, and with it, the information with which society operates daily. Nevertheless, the volume of data needs to be organized, analyzed and crossed to predict certain patterns. This is one of the main functions of what is known as ‘Big Data’, the 21st century crystal ball capable of predicting the response to a specific medical treatment, the workings of a smart building and even the behavior of the Sun based on certain variables.

Martes, 06 Noviembre 2018 07:36

Smart appliances learn how to self diagnose

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A University of Cordoba research group has developed a low cost sensor to custom measure the power quality of the structure in each device

More and more facilities are implementing management systems under the industry 4.0 paradigm based on smartness and efficient management. In particular, appliances come with an increasing amount of functions that make household chores easier: refrigerators that regulate their own temperatures or predict which foods need to go on the shopping list. But, what if, in addition to these features, appliances were able to measure the quality of the power they are supplied with? This would allow for self diagnoses, knowledge about what happened in the case of malfunction and the prevention of future malfunctions. 

A University of Córdoba research group designs a new way to manufacture molds allowing small and medium-sized businesses to improve their creativity
There is good news for amateur bakers of cakes, muffins and pastries made in extravagant shapes and small and medium-sized baking businesses. Molds will cease to be a problem if the system designed by a University of Cordoba Belmez Polytechnic School research group progresses. This system manufactures non-stick food molds at a low cost.

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