Research and development
The company participates at applied research and experimental development projects. The projects are solved together with the members of cluster Clutex, other textile companies, and universities. The company has finished several projects financed by the Ministry of industry and trade and the European Union. Participating at the projects helps the company to keep up with fast development of new materials and technologies, and to develop and implement new products with higher added value.
The company Nyklíček a spol. Ltd. has focused on high-tech research topics such as textiles with special electrical characteristics and integrating electronics into the textiles. Our important research partners are Czech Technical University in Prague, VÚB a.s., and cluster Clutex and its members.
The company intends to apply for new research and development projects in the future The results of the projects should help the company to offer innovative products of higher quality.
Research and development projects:
The company Nyklíček a spol. is the project leader of the new project
Composite nanostructured electrode materials with textile matrix
The project is solved together with our partners Czech Technical University in Prague – Faculty of Electrical Engineering and the company HE3DA s.r.o. The project goal is to conduct research and development of new composite nanostructured electrode materials with textile matrix and 3D architecture for use in industrial production of particularly secondary power sources (accumulators, batteries) based on lithium-ion technology.
The project is funded by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic.
The company Nyklíček a spol. participates in the new international project
U Health –
Auto-ID technology and the Internet of Things to enhance the quality of health services
The project has been supported in the program INTER-EXCELLENCE – INTER EUREKA. The project is funded by the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports of the Czech Republic. Universities, research institutes , and companies from the Czech Republic, Slovakia and South Korea will cooperate on the project.