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On the Research, Development and Innovation department (RDI), our technicians, supported by CAD/CAM/CAE software,
develop cutting-edge products and advanced projects, in partnership with our customers.
PROJECT DESIGNATION • LEIMSA – Lightweight Electronics by Injection Molding in Seamless Architecture TYPOLOGY • POCI-01-0247-FEDER-048378 BEGINNING • 01-08-2020 END • 30-06-2023 TOTAL ELIGIBLE INVESTMENT • 4.802.431,13 Euros CELOPLÁS FUNDING • 428.657,61Euros STATUS • Project Ongoing
LEIMSA addresses the development of disruptive components for the interior of the vehicle of the future with purpose of following the market evolutive trends in the automotive industry and anticipate materialization.
In the results, will be integrated decorative elements and distinctive functionalities with the least possible operations, using emergent technologies in the mould (in-mould operations) and lightweight, such as In-Mould Decoration (IMD), In-Mould Labeling (IML), High Pressure Forming (HPF) and In-Mould Electronics (IME), for the development of intelligent and haptic surfaces, with attractive 3D seamless design and a Human-Machine Interface (HMI) that will be immersive and intuitive, centered in the user experience.
Partners: The consortium is led by Simoldes Plásticos and comprises Celoplás S.A., BOSCH, Universidade do Minho, Dtx-CoLab and CEiiA.
PROJECT DESIGNATION • COUNTED TYPOLOGY • POCI-01-02B7-FEDER-050226 BEGINNING • 01-06-2020 END • 31-07-2021 TOTAL ELIGIBLE INVESTMENT • 492.688,55 Euros CELOPLÁS FUNDING • 102.000,00 Euros STATUS • Closed
The COUNTED project: Coronavirus Transmission: Count and Detect proposes to develop and validate a new platform to identify the potential of individuals to transmit the SARS CoV-2 virus through the aerosol route, which is the most common route of this virus transmission. The platform will take samples via exhaled breath condensate (EBC) collection and will analyse these samples for the presence of the virus. This consortium project is led by INL – International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, in collaboration with the co-promoters: CELOPLÁS – Plásticos para a Indústria, S.A., DTx – Digital Transformation CoLab and 2CA- Centro Clínico Académico.
PROJECT DESIGNATION • CELINOV – New solutions for the car of the future TYPOLOGY • POCI-01-0247-FEDER-042747 BEGINNING • 03-02-2020 END • 02-02-2023 TOTAL ELIGIBLE INVESTMENT • 2.078.407,93 Euros CELOPLÁS FUNDING • 525.678,21 Euros STATUS • Project Ongoing
As part of the “Bosch Suppliers Club” initiative, the CELINOV project aims to develop and research technological solutions for the manufacture of components relevant to the automobile of the future.
The challenges to which the CELINOV project will respond refer to the development of new methodologies for the design and manufacture of moulds, as well as advanced technological solutions for injection moulding and quality control that enable the production of plastic components with specific optical and magnetic properties.
Leader: Celoplás, Plásticos para a Indústria S.A.
Partners: Laboratório Ibérico Internacional de Nanotecnologia (INL) e CeNTITVC – Centro de Nanotecnologia e Materiais Técnicos, Funcionais e Inteligentes
PROJECT DESIGNATION • SIMPLIFIED + TYPOLOGY • POCI‐01‐0247‐FEDER‐045552 BEGINNING • 01-07-2019 END • 30-06-2022 TOTAL ELIGIBLE INVESTMENT • 29.820,00 Euros CELOPLÁS FUNDING • 14.910,00 Euros STATUS • Project Ongoing
The SIMPLIFIED + project aims to protect intellectual and industrial property through a European patent application filled at the INPI or, alternatively, at the European Patent Office, resulting from the project in co-promotion SIMPLIFIED – Easy Tooth Abutment, co-financed by Portugal 2020, under the Incentive System for Research and Technological Development (SI I&DT)
The aim of the SIMPLIFIED + project is to bring together the necessary conditions for a correct, fast, ambitious exploration of results from the Simplified Project, where a new solution for dental implantology was investigated and developed, centered on a universal abutment, compatible with any conventional implant in a unique and simplified retention system applicable to fixed or removable prostheses.
This solution aims to offer patients and healthcare professionals a new product that is significantly faster, cheaper, and more beneficial to the success of dental treatment.
The protection of intellectual property resulting from the Simplified Project will allow to safeguard the investment in R&D carried out by the consortium and by Portugal 2020 and accelerate the time-to-market of the invention.
High Precision Process Chains for the Mass Production of Functional Structured Surfaces
ProSurf aims to transfer a selection of advanced methods for surface modification into industrial massproduction lines that use replicative processes. Replication is the established method of choice for massproduction of polymer and, in several cases, of ceramic goods. Therefore, replication-based production is of highest relevance when one aims to improve the cost/performance ratio of mass-products. In addition, structuring replication moulds in established process chains avoids the complex problems that in-line structuring creates. To ensure that ProSurf’s methods can easily be implemented, in particular if several surface modifying methods are to be combined, we go beyond isolated technology development; we mirror the entire production process including handshake between different stages, off-line and in-line quality monitoring, and modelling. In consequence, the results of ProSurf would cover a broad scope of applications and have a vast potential to trigger further innovations. To showcase the performance of ProSurf’s solutions, we will carry out demonstration studies improving actual products of our industrial consortium members.
VECTOR (Versatile Easy installable Connector implementing new Technologies for accelerated fiber Optic network Roll-outs in Europe) was a European Commission funded research and innovation initiative in which universities and telecom industry teamed up to develop an innovative, low-cost and easy field-installable optical fiber connector technology. It exploits the latest developments in the field of heat-shrinkable materials, nano-materials, high-tech gels, micro-fabrication and micro-mechanical alignment systems to achieve optical connections with superior specifications. Partners from all over Europe have teamed up to achieve these goals. The project, coordinated by CommScope, also relied on important contributions from DEMCON Advanced Mechatronics BV (The Netherlands), Celoplás – Plásticos para a Indústria SA (Portugal), Vrije Universiteit Brussel and Universiteit Gent (Belgium), Telecom Italia S.p.A. (Italy) and Telekom Deutschland GmbH (Germany).
PROJECT DESIGNATION • CELODYNAMICS BEGINNING • 01-06-2013 END • 31-05-2015 ELIGIBLE INVESTMENT • 466.146,49 Euros STATUS • Project Closure
In line with its strategy, Celoplás has been developing a set of actions to promote its growth in the global market, and believes that isolated initiatives will not be enough to remain competitive. Celoplás therefore considers it is critical to continue the initiatives promoted by the company, in particular to the efforts developed under the CELOCOMPETE + project, in order to ensure the success of growth in an adverse economic context as the current one. Thus, CeloDynamics project aims to intensify the international expansion of the company based on a greater capacity to present innovative products and solutions of high quality for high precision markets.
PROJECT DESIGNATION • CELOCOMPETE BEGINNING • 01-07-2010 END • 31-12-2012 ELIGIBLE INVESTMENT • 680.606,00 Euros STATUS • Project Closure
The project aims to prepare and qualify Celoplás for the short, medium and long term, seeking the positioning of the company as a partner of excellence in the development and manufacture of high technology products using polymeric materials.
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