Entrepreneurial Case Study 1:
The entrepreneurial case aims to introduce smart technologies in museums with a double approach: on the one hand the development of smart interactive multimedia content to enhance the real visit to the museum; and on the other, the provision of online multimedia content to ease online visits to the museum for those that do not want or cannot visit it.
A self-driving tractor is changing the future of food business
Sustainable and efficient solutions for food systems are focused on food production and consumer systems and their management. Solution elements concern primary production, agriculture and production technology, foodstuff refining, logistics and environmental solutions, trade and marketing as well as consumption and use experience.
Entrepreneurial Case Study 3:
Safe, effective and sustainable COVID-19 protection operations in congested areas
Conception of systems (robots & automation) assisting in screening or disinfection operations in case of pandemic in order to:
Entrepreneurial Case Study 5:
Health on the Move
Entrepreneurial Case Study 7:
Smart Package Solutions (Towards Sustainable Society)
Creation of Identification methods and tools to distinguish between original or counterfeir products
Counterfeit products cause billions of Euros of economical damage and can even cause serious physical or psychic harm to persons.
An ICT supported approach can help to avoid or reduce the risk of getting a victim of counterfeits or fake products.
A smart sustainable city is an innovative city that uses information and communication technologies (ICTs) and other means to improve quality of life, efficiency of urban operation and services , and competitiveness , while ensuring that it meets the needs of present and future generations with respect to economic, social and environmental aspects
Sensor System for Monitoring People in Retirement Homes
At present, the European population, including Slovakia, is getting older.
A significant part of the population lives their autumn life in retirement homes, where it is not possible to supervise people 24 hours a day by employees of the retirement homes. A solution to this issue can provide advanced technologies allowing monitoring people in an undisruptive way and at the same time to broadcast alert messages in case if a monitored person is in an emergency (e.g. sudden change in health status). Quick help in such an emergency could save a senior’s life.