Additive manufacturing offers new opportunities for development and production, but we must first meet the application requirements.
Mechanicals & materials
Design for manufacturing (Dfm)
Energy Storage Optics
Cost-reduction Rugged & Safety Critical
AI & Machine Learning
Simulation & Models Innovative & Custom sensors
Legislation & Certifications
Connectivity & IoT
Integration Abuse test
Assembly Environmental testing
Test campaign design
Top Industrial Trends
By innovating in multiple industries we can see trends before they develop and leverage technologies across applications to optimize our clients’ investment and deliver successful innovative in time.
Towards Smart Factories
Processes are being redesigned for deep optimization. The combination of Big Data, AI and virtual sensors is playing an important role in the next generation industry.
An increasing number of companies are vigorously embracing Circular Economy principles and practices, such as zero carbon footprint processes and production waste management. Such policies, in turn, are starting to have a measurable impact on consumers’ choices that needs to be taken into account.
Inside the industry 4.0 framework, industrial processes and machines are getting more and more smart and connected. Some examples are the usage of Augmented Reality to shorten maintenance time, while Big Data are used for downturn predictions.
Through our unique approach we work with industry leaders across the globe.
In the last 10 years we have been working in a global framework carrying out more than 100 projects to grant a clear competitive edge to each one of our clients.
Improving medical disposables reliability through NDT requires a system capable of high-speed testing without compromising the product.
Using state of the art techniques we have designed a new material: easy to transport and capable of replacing steel and concrete.