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Completed R&D Projects

Below you can find an excerpt of our completed projects. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are interested in launching a project together with our degree programme.

OptiMon

OptiMon was an exploratory project that aimed to investigate novel wireless sensing solutions for condition, energy and media flow monitoring. The project encompassed a state-of-the-art analysis, use case development, stakeholder and requirements analysis (including expert interviews and an online survey), the investigation of the economic framework conditions (market, competitors, cost-benefit analysis), and the development of technical concepts for novel wireless sensor networks for CM, EM and MM.

Contact: Manfred Pauritsch, CAMPUS 02 University of Applied Sciences
Cooperation Partner: Lakeside Labs

Smart Charger and Info Spot

Smartphone charging possibilities and an information dashboard in a bench

INKOL GmbH and CAMPUS 02 had the idea to make charging mobile devices possible in different urban agglomeration zones, highly frequented roads and parks. The result of the project was the construction of a bench with a photovoltaic panel roof that is equipped with a fully autonomous energy supply. The project encompassed the planning, design and construction of a prototype with all its mechanical, electric and control components.

Contact: Ioan Turcin, CAMPUS 02 University of Applied Sciences
Cooperation Partner: INKOL GmbH

Robot Cell

Promoting engineering and technology with a robot arm at the WKO Talentcenter

The Talentcenter was founded by the Styria Economic Chamber (WKO Steiermark) and has over 30 test stations where young people can try out different tasks to find out what skills and talents they have. The Degree Programmes in Automation Technology at CAMPUS 02 developed one of the test stations. In the shape of a robot cell, the station allows visitors to investigate their motor skills and hand-eye coordination.

Contact: Christian Gasser, CAMPUS 02 University of Applied Sciences
Cooperation Partner: Talentcenter, Wirtschaftskammer Steiermark

Manufacturing Guidelines for Fused Layer Modelling Parts

Manufacturing guidelines for different types of fused layer modelled connectors

Generative manufacturing is becoming more and more popular in the industry thanks to continuous further development in materials sciences, continuous improvement of the process stability and increase in know-how in this area. The aim of this project was to investigate different designs for connectors for the client HAGE Sondermaschinenbau by using fused layer modelling (FLM).

Contact: Christian Gasser, CAMPUS 02 University of Applied Sciences
Cooperation Partner: HAGE Sondermaschinenbau GmbH & CoKG

Doculus Lumus - Mobile device for the verification of document authenticity

An innovative mobile device for the verification of document authenticity

With the support of the Degree Programmes in Automation Technology at CAMPUS 02 and a specialist for document security, charismaTec OG in Graz has developed the Doculus Lumus, an innovative device for verifying document authenticity.

Contact: Dieter Lutzmayr, CAMPUS 02 University of Applied Sciences
Cooperation Partner: CharismaTec GesmbH

Automatic Guided Vehicle

Developing an intelligent automated guided vehicle with an RFID system

In cooperation with Magna Steyr AG & Co KG, the Degree Programmes in Automation Technology at CAMPUS 02 have conducted a project with the aim to investigate a number of subfunctions of an automatic C-parts management system.

In C-parts management, intelligent vehicles play an important role in optimising the supply of parts on any production line where they can be used to transport items and during assembly activities, even accompany workers and automatically swap positions with them. To ensure safe human-machine interaction and so that intelligent vehicles can successfully fulfil tasks, it is necessary that they have intelligent control functions and are coupled with the entire system.

 

Contact: Dieter Lutzmayr, CAMPUS 02 University of Applied Sciences
Cooperation Partner: Magna Steyr Fahrzeugtechnik AG & Co KG

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