Webinar ‘Tech-driven innovation’
Since the Covid-19 outbreak, new technologies seem to drive the world more than ever before. Technologies are ubiquitously available and within your reach to innovate. Does a breakthrough technology automatically leads to a successful product or business? Yes and no. Applying state-of-the-art technologies is key to your future product. However, integrating them isn’t a walk in the park.
This webinar on Thursday 6 May will look into such enabling technologies and their potential to boost your applications and ideas. Discover how universities, research centers and agencies partner up with Verhaert’s product development services and work together to kick start your innovation program and overcome the challenges related to breakthrough product innovation.
Join the 5 interactive debate sessions with experts from the University of Antwerp (UA), Flanders research center for micro electronics (imec), the European Space Agency (ESA) and the leading product development group Verhaert, sharing their views and insightful cases.
Thursday 6 May 2021
From 9h30 till 11h40
Verhaert’s Technology portfolio
Verhaert has an extensive portfolio of enabling technologies to accelerate your innovation.
High-performance long-lasting thermal sensor
This 16-bit digital, I2C temperature sensor with high accuracy and low drift omits needing (re)calibration. It’s ideal for industrial, instrumentation and medical sectors because of its low-power consumption and long-term stability and reliability.
Flow control system
Our flow control elements and system design could be used to control fluid flow and pressure in truck cooler coolant control valve selection, water pipe connector design, immersed corrosion sensor housing design, compressor inlet T sensor and more.
Thermal control system
Our thermal control system can be configured in multiple applications such as algorithm development (compressor inlet temperature sensor module), flow control, sensor noise filtering and drift compensation (corrosion sensor), virtual sensors and sensor fusion.
SVM for bearing error detection
By classifying samples (data blocks) from a data set with a bearing errors (BEAF), we set up an SVM where the probabilities for all classes are plotted. Based on this information we can detected several types of errors and improve maintenance of these structures.
Optical Coherence Tomography
Our Optical Coherence Tomography technology has been customized so it can scan larger arteries to measure blood flow, lumen and other clinical parameters. In addition, this OCT scans those parameters in 3 dimensions.
Ex vivo blood vessel measurement
We built ex vivo blood vessel measurement device based on Optical Coherence Tomography, so you can look deeper into the skin and even below. This allows measuring blood flow rates in 3D with lumen sizes.