At StarckGate, we believe that AI can provide new ways of approaching problems and meaningfully improve people’s lives. With AI, we have another tool to explore and address hard, unanswered questions. What if people could predict natural disasters before they happen.Better protect endangered species. Or track disease as it spreads, to eliminate it sooner.
Vertical farming is the practice of producing food in vertically stacked layers, vertically inclined surfaces and/or integrated in other structures. The modern idea of vertical farming uses controlled environment agriculture (CEA)
The properties of carbon nanotubes have caused researchers and companies to consider using them in several fields. StarckGate Labs were as well intrigued by the carbon nanotube applications and introduces many of these uses.
Bioscience engineers at KU Leuven have created a hydrogen panel that produces hydrogen gas from moisture in the air. After ten years of development, the panel can now produce 250 litres per day – a world record.
Using hydrogen fuel cells as a means of eco-friendly ship propulsion is on the agenda of a growing number of tech leaders and shipping owners. But just how far could this trend go? StarckGate Labs started a feasibility study about this and created the hydrogen propelled ship engine lab
With Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) technology, we will stabilize the power grid and shape the future of energy management. But just how far could this trend go? StarckGate Labs started a feasibility study about this and created the Vehicle to GRID lab
Leading technology for sustainable inland shipping
These are exciting times for inland shipping. With our partner PortLiner we are proud of our achievements so far and thrilled by the challenges we see for the future.
We invite you to be part of our journey.
We believe that the innovative projects we are working on, as well as our plans for future development will bring completely new standards of quality and customer satisfaction in the field of inland transport along rivers and canals
One of the best known and most useful physical properties of aerogel is its incredible lightness-it typically has a density between 0.0011 to 0.5 g cm-3, with a typical average of around 0.020 g cm-3. This means that aerogel is usually only 15 times heavier than air, and has been produced at a density of only 3 times that of air. It is so light, that if Michelangelo’s David was constructed from aerogel, it would weigh about the same as a bag of sugar! For many years, aerogel was in the Guinness book of world records as the ‘solid with the lowest density’, before being ousted recently by the metallic microlattice and then aerographite.
This far from renders aerogel redundant however, as it has a further 14 world records to its name, including ‘best insulator’. Further desirable properties of aerogel are listed below, with some of these properties also the best known to man.
There’s no better place to explore the evolving landscape for fintech than at StarckGate. In this lab we expose you to a distinctive combination of pioneering research, technical expertise, and practical business strategy to create for you an ideal program, interface or product to harness this fantastic market.