Project Partners

The well-balanced and complementary consortium consists of four RTD performers, three SMEs, one Large Enterprise involved in the project as an end-user. The consortium is ideally placed to deliver this project because it forms a supply chain of great synergy concerned with all aspects of the hydrogen fuel supply chain, AE monitoring and neutron radiography. It includes a hydrogen tank and fuel cell provider (PEC) as a project supporter and a manufacturer of thermoplastic and vehicle fuel tanks (Floteks). The consortium represents four different countries. They constitute a broad representation of companies and organisations involved in NDT, electronics, data communication, modelling/simulation, and real time radiography equipment manufacturer. The SMEs provide direct access to the problems that European SMEs have in the non-invasive inspection, electronics and automation sectors.

Participant

Country

Business Activities

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Floteks (SME1)

Turkey

Manufacturer of a wide range of plastic and reinforced plastic products through rotational moulding technology. These include vehicle components and fuel tanks.

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InnoTecUK (SME2)

UK

Manufacturer of structural health monitoring and data processing technologies

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AP2K (SME3)

Romania

Manufacturer of custom designed digital radiography systems

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PEC (OTH4) (Supporting End User) 

UK

Provider of Hydrogen generation, storage and monitoring systems

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TWI (RTD5)

UK

One of TWI’s two main NDT research centres based in Port Talbot Wales and the UK’s leading provider of  digital industrial radiography research

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UBrun (RTD6)

UK

Brunel University is one of Europe’s leading Universities specialising in NDT/NDE inspection and modelling.

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CERTH (RTD7)

Greece

Research centre specialising in automation, sensor technology and software development

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