A few weeks ago, the data provided by the sensorized system installed in one of our floating rafts became available through the network.
The OpenMode project consortium board, integrated by RDC and PREFFOR board members, has met remotely, jointly with the project work package leaders…
Registered in Spain the utility model for the connection of floating modules under marine environment
The solution developed is a system of steel connections designed to connect 12 x 12 m floating modules. This connection generates longer structures…
The OpenMode project presented in Ipac Acuicultura, one of the most relevant aquaculture magazine in Spain, about the activity of our partners RDC and PREFFOR in two ongoing european projects. Download the article (pdf) here!
A great boost to raise awareness of our project: The first issue of OpenMode bulletin, published a few weeks ago, is advertised to over 900 subscribers to the European Horizon H2020 project ReSHEALience. Link to read the ReSHEALience newsletter.
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The prestressed precast elements of two of the modules of the OpenMode project are already produced by PREFFOR. The material used is the self-compacting Ultra-High Performance Concrete (UHPC) of the company, registered as Formex®.
The objective of this work was to understand the behaviour of the structure under extreme environmental conditions and the influence of the type of mooring on it.
The 5th International Symposium on Ultra-High Performance Concrete and High Performance Construction Materials also known as Hipermat! 2020 was held in Kassel, Germany from 11 to 13 March 11–13, 2020. E. Camacho, RDC’s innovation manager, presented the OpenMode project and its new floating modules adapted for open waters, connectable and sensorized that the project will…
The article was published on December 20th, 2019 in the Aquaculture Portal Mis Peces with the title: “La ingeniería RDC lidera un proyecto europeo para desarrollar el cultivo de mariscos en aguas abiertas”