Technologies

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3D VR/AR/Mixed Reality Machine Learning Package for Assisted Head-Mounted Neurosurgery via Hardware/Software Ecosystem Researchers at TU Dublin have developed a machine learning (AI) assisted hardware/software package or ecosystem that is run locally or via wireless or physically tethered connection on an Augmented/Virtual Reality Head Mounted Device (HMD) and worn by a neurosurgeon or training neurosurgeon, with networking capability to facilitate cloud computing and database retrieval. This ecosystem is intended for neurosurgical applications or training/education in the neurosurgery space.
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Smart Digital Pre-distortion (DPD) for linearizing Power Amplifier (PA) Researchers at TU Dublin have developed Smart Digital Pre-distortion (DPD) for linearizing Power Amplifier (PA). Power Amplifiers (PAs) are very important part in mobile networks, as they amplify small signals to big signals to be able to be sent by antenna. Therefore they use significant amount of energy, and ideally most of the energy should be converted to the output power for the signal to be transmitted.
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Available to License David Gardiner DPD Technology To License Brochure
FertiliTest Students at TU Dublin have developed 'FertiliTest'. FertiliTest was inspired by the identification of the lack of technological advancements in reproductive health tracking for women. Currently most cycle tracking apps are based solely off of a standard 28-day cycle, leaving women disappointed, when really, they are just being fed standard impersonalised information, as not everyone has a 28-day cycle. FertiliTest aims to provide clarity and assistance during a sensitive part in a woman’s life. Health tracking is a massive growing trend at present, however reproductive health tracking has been left behind in this movement and we believe that it is time to change that.
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Guided bone regeneration (GBR) membranes Guided bone regeneration (GBR) membranes are widely used in dental and craniomaxillofacial applications to seal the bone defects from the invasion of surrounding soft connective tissues, thereby providing an osteogenic environment for enhancing bone regeneration. The desirable characteristics of GBR membranes include biocompatibility, cell occlusion, host integration capability, space-making ability, and adequate mechanical properties. TU Dublin researchers have explored biodegradable synthetic aliphatic polyesters ((Polylactic acid (PLA), Poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid) (PLGA), Poly-caprolactone (PCL) and Polyglycolic acid (PGA)) to manufacture GBR membranes. These polymers have good mechanical properties, drug encapsulation capability, biocompatibility, and controlled degradability.
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Available to License Dr. Andrew Marsh GBR Membranes Technology To License Brochure
Lab ID Researchers at TU Dublin have developed Lab ID. Lab ID is a product that allows technical staff to control access to electrically powered equipment in schools, universities, or other educational settings. It allows technical staff to be administrators of physical equipment and machinery in workshops / labs etc, and ensures that only students who have received training on standard operating procedures, proven their competency.
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Laser Tube Connection System Researchers at TU Dublin have developed a Laser Tube Connection System. This invention is designed for securely connecting pieces of steel tube together without the need for welding. The design involves the combination of laser cut (or possibly die cut) the steel tube, metal castings and bolts. The pieces of tube are cut/ machined too very specific patterns so that they can be pulled together using the castings and bolts to create a strong connection.
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Opti-Text: Print and digital device text optimisation technology for myopia prevention. Researchers at TU Dublin have developed a Natural image based spatial frequency optimisation system to reduce risk of myopia through physical and digital text enhancement. The natural outdoors environment has a very characteristic spatial frequency spectrum and appears to be protective against myopia development. The spatial frequency content of reading material or text from a book or device (phone, tablet, computer etc.) is very different to that experienced in nature, which may explain the excessive eye growth and consequential myopia development that are associated with near work.
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Available to License Kieran O'Connell Opti-Text Technology To License Brochure
ULfAD: Unsupervised Learning of Anomaly Detection Researchers at TU Dublin have developed ULfAD (Unsupervised Learning of Anomaly Detection) to detect previously unseen rare objects or events without any prior knowledge about these. ULfAD presents unsupervised deep learning approaches used for fraud detection and intrusion detection among anomaly detection cases. These approaches applied to the structured data are Self- Organizing Map (SOM), Autoencoder and Deep Autoencoding Gaussian Mixture Model (DAGMM) respectively.
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Welding Headshield Fume Detector Researchers at TU Dublin have developed a Patent Protected Welding Headshield Fume Detector. The patent pending system utilises a sensor built into a welding shield to detect the harmful substances generated from the various types of welding processes. The sensor alerts the user of the presence or absence of these hazardous gases and fumes. The sensor will detect high/low levels for example, Oxygen (02), Carbon monoxide (CO), Manganese (Mn), Nickel (Ni) and Zinc (Zn) among others giving the user the opportunity to either move his/her position, stop welding until the fumes and gases have dissipated or use an alternative system to remove the toxins.
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