LCA is a technique for assessing the environmental aspects and potential impacts associated with a process by the compilation of an inventory of relevant inputs and outputs (e.g. energy, raw materials, air and water emissions, solid waste, etc.) of a product system during its whole lifecycle.
The purpose was to develop a series of biosanitary products based on patents from the Fundación Progreo y Salud (Progress and Health Foundation) of the Health Department of Andalucia and build the relevant operational prototypes.
The goal was to develop a stove for outdoor use that would exceed the limitations of current designs.
This project has been designed by the ESA, headed by GMV with the participation of the Polytechnic University of Milan. Its purpose is to design a software simulator to recreate the deployment of a zero gravity net and its interaction with the satellite that is being captured.
The goals of this redesign were to improve the aesthetics of the forklift, enhance the brand image, integrate the new design with the aesthetics of the existing assembly and simplify the fitting of the counterweight.