Adaptive Base Isolation System
The new MRE base isolator developed by UTS researchers is the first adaptive based isolator addressing a major challenge faced by conventional base isolator design in terms of adapting to various types of earthquakes. This technology has great potential in seismic protection applications in civil engineering.
Simskin: Simulated Skin
Researchers at the University of Technology, Sydney have developed a simulated skin panel adapted for use in simulated medical diagnostic or treatment procedures, where the simulated skin panel is able to selectively provide a plurality of visual or tactile indicators of medical conditions or symptoms.
The Solar Stand is an accessory designed to enhance the performance and usability of flexible thin-film solar-panels. It is designed to expand the existing rollable solar panel market towards the mainstream leisure market by transforming Silicon Amorphous Solar Panels into a useable and viable product.