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The State Initiative Nano - und Materialinnovationen with partners at nano tech 2015 in Tokyo
Japan is one of Germany’s and Europe’s most important trading partners for nanotechnology. In Foreign Direct Investment Projects (FDI) between in the period between 2008 and 2012 Japan was ranked #4 in investments in the fields of Chemistry and Materials, following the United States, Switzerland, and before France (#5). For this reason the Ministry of Economics, Labour and Transport presents itself together with the State Initiative Nano - und Material Innovationen Niedersachsen, Ludwig Nano Präzision GmbH, TIE GmbH, VOGT Ultrasonics GmbH and Okayama University with the latest developments in the field of nanomaterials at the fair.
Ludwig Nano Präzision GmbH is your partner in the fields of production measurement technology, optics, medical devices, renewable energies and automation technology as well as precision engineering.
Ludwig Nano Präzision GmbH is your partner for your challenges and projects in the fields of precision metrology. At the fair LNP will present LNP nano touch, an innovative measurement sensor developed by the Ludwig Nano Präzision GmbH. Allows fully automated non-directional scanning of delicate surfaces
TIE GmbH is a German company with offices in Griesheim / Hessia and Northeim / Lower Saxony specializing in «Carbon Nanohorns (CNH)» in various forms for industrial applications. CNH is a very pure (no catalyst used), single-walled carbon material, which forms nano-scale hornlike structures derived from monolayer Carbon grids. As such, CNHs have similarities with graphene. However, due to their conical shape they cannot be found individually and always build three dimensional aggregates. One focus of current research for industrial applications is the use of CNHs as functional fillers in diverse materials such as sinter metals, thermoplastics, elastomers and resins in order to create new materials with enhanced properties. Results are for example metal sinters or resins with high friction and low abrasion properties (e.g. for use in brakes or for non-abrasive coatings) or enhanced thermoplastics for moulding technology.
The VOGT Ultrasonics GmbH PROline ultrason
ic inspection systems serve as a tool for production accompanying ultrasonic inspection, inline as well as stand-alone. With PROline, components can be inspected cost-effectively across all industries, e.g. aerospace,automotive, railway, steel, plastic and ceramic industry.Its flexibility due to its modular design allows PROline to solve any kind of inspection task. PROline Systems are ideally suited for complex industrial applications, e.g. for the weld seam testing for cracksand volume defects, solder and coating joints for adhesion quality, wall thickness of shafts, rods, pipes, sheets or synthetic materials. The core of any PROline System is the 1-to 8-channel, PC-supported ultrasonic inspection device PROlineUSB. It is characterized by its high-quality finish, the outstanding ultrasonic features and an extreme user-friendly software PROlinePLUS.Okayama University is a state-owned university in Japan, with the main campus located in Tsushima-Naka, Okayama, Okayama Prefecture. Okayama University presents itself together with the Landesiniative Nano- und Materialinnovationen in form of an Initiative in the field of „Advanced Nano-carbon (ANC) material industry development“ at the nano tech fair.
All those numerous fascinating exhibits from the world of nanotechnology „made in Niedersachsen“ will expect you on the fair in East Hall 5, Booth 15J-18.
Nano- und Materialinnovationen Niedersachsen e. V. is the state initiative’s supporting organization. The association sees itself as a higher-level information and communication platform and, as an innovation network, enables players from the economy and sciences the development of system partnerships, the generation of common ideas as well as innovative developments. Its appeal extends far beyond the borders of Niedersachsen. One of the association’s building blocks is to support small to medium-sized businesses of Niedersachsen in their innovation process,
i.e. in the development of new materials and production methods. The main focus is to increase performance, optimize costs and to conserve available resources.
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