Centro Ricerche FIAT (CRF, www.crf.it) is one of the main private research centres in Italy. It was founded in 1978, with the mission to develop and transfer innovative products, processes and methodologies in order to improve the competitiveness of the products of the Fiat Group.
Also through the cooperation with a pan-European and increasingly global network of more than 1800 partners from industry and academia, CRF conducts collaborative research initiatives at the national and international levels in partnership with all the key public and private stakeholders concerned with sustainable mobility, targeting specifically the industrial exploitation of research. With a workforce of approximately 900 full-time professionals, CRF develops research and innovation along the three principal axes of sustainability: Environmental Sustainability, which encompasses all aspects relating to energy efficiency as well as to the reduction of the impact on the environment over the entire lifecycle of the vehicle; Social Sustainability, focusing on the safety of transportation systems through the development of active, passive, preventive and cooperative solutions while addressing the mobility of all users irrespective of their specific needs; Economically sustainable competitiveness, oriented towards viable innovation, i.e., improving the performance and functionality of new vehicles in a cost-effective manner while reducing the time-to-market of research results.
As engineering partner of leading OEMs throughout the world, AVL is constantly seeking for new capabilities and their exploitation. AVL is continuously carrying out research and technical development in the field of advanced automotive powertrains. AVL is active in many European interest groups like ARTEMIS Joint Undertaking (member of the Steering Board), ERTRAC, EARPA, EGVI, European Green Cars Initiative, EUCAR etc. Since Framework Program 3 AVL has been participating in more than 140 European RTD projects as partner and coordinator.
The University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria / FHOÖ Forschungs & Entwicklungs GmbH was established in 1994. FHOOE has campuses in the four main cities in Upper Austria, Linz, Wels, Steyr and Hagenberg. Each campus is dedicated to a specific topic: Applied Health & Social Sciences (Linz), Engineering & Environmental Sciences (Wels), Management (Steyr), Informatics, Communication & Media (Hagenberg) with a total number of around 60 academic study programs.
FHOOE is one of the strongest Universities of Applied Sciences in terms or research in the German-speaking world. FHOOE targets application-oriented and innovative research in 17 thematic areas with 630 partners from business to society. More than 440 researchers focus in their research on the benefit of national and European industry. As stated in the company register UASUA is a non-profit- organization and does not generate any profit from its activities.
With 409 research projects, 433 publications, 3 approved Josef Ressel centres and a record industrial income of € 5.74 million as well as a contract value of € 37.3 million, the university has achieved a remarkable performance in 2017. For the management of these research, development and innovation (RDI) actions FHOOE established a “FH OÖ F&E GmbH” in 2003 as an own legal entity only for RDI activities. Since then all national, European and international RDI projects are handled through a central coordination to easier manage financial and organizational aspects of RDI projects. Furthermore, at each of the four campuses an own Research Center is installed which provides support for researchers on site. Last year in addition six centers of excellence on upcoming interdisciplinary research topics have been founded on the following topics: “Smart Production / Industry 4.0“, “Energy”, “Medical Engineering and Health”, “Food and Nutrition“, “Mobility / Automotive” and “Logistics”.
FHOOE participated in 12 FP7 projects as beneficiary and in one as linked third party. In five of these 13 FP7 projects, FHOOE had the function of the coordinator. Regarding the running framework programme Horizon 2020, FHOOE participates in two H2020 project and in one project under the EMPIR-programme, also financed by H2020. FHOOE leads one project within the EACEA – Europe for Citizens funding programme. One of these H2020 projects is an Innovative Training Networks in the call MSCA-ITN-2017: Innovative Training Networks. FHOOE also leads a project within the EACEA – Europe for Citizens funding programme. Regarding international projects, FHOOE participates in more than 60 projects funded by EFRE-INTERREG, EFRE-Regio13, EFREIWB2020, SEE, CEE, other European-funded activities such as JTI, ERA-Net, ERA-Net+, JPI and EUREKA or international projects funded by national funding agencies such as FFG Bridge Early Stage or FWF Joint Projects.
The Research Group “Smart Mechatronics Engineering” at the School of Engineering, Campus Wels chaired by Dr. Peter Hehenberger focuses on methods and tools for “Model-based Mechatronic System Design”. This research area includes mechatronic design, eco-design, systems engineering, agile design processes, model-based design methods, complex systems design (CPS, PSS, SoS, etc).
STOMANA INDUSTRY SA is a leading steel manufacturer in Bulgaria. The company has been present in the Balkan and international markets for more than 50 years, and produces a wide range of products, including reinforcing steel, heavy plate, merchant bars, special steels, special profiles and sections.
In June 2001, Sidenor SA, Greece, acquired the majority of the share capital of Stomana AD from Eurometal SA (current participation 100%), and assumed responsibility for the overall operation. The transition to the private sector, which constituted a turning point in the company’s history, involved a major investment plan aiming at the modernization of the production facilities and the overall restructuring of the company.
Stomana Industry SA continuously invests in the most up-to-date technology, in order to ensure high quality products and high standards for customer service. The company steel production strictly meets widely accepted quality standards such as EN, DIN, ASTM, JIS, BS, Lloyd’s Register, Germanischer Lloyd, etc. The Quality Management System is certified according to ISO 9001:2008.
Additionally, the company’s Environment Management System is certified according to ISO 14001:2004, and the Occupational Health and Safety Management System is certified according to OHSAS 18001:2007
Stomana has initiated numerous energy optimization studies and projects either using internal resources or through partnering with external companies like Siemens and ABB.
ITML provides novel, tailor-made software solutions based on a variety of technologies, such as big data analytics, advanced data mining and machine learning. ITML’s vision is to deliver products and services close to the real customers and market needs, ultimately improving the user experience and the access to technology. ITML solutions cover a very wide range of applications, including e-shops, e-learning, Business Process Management (BPM), or any other customized application.
ITML particularly delivers solutions through (a) bilateral projects with private industry, (b) Public-Private Partnerships (PPP), (c) EU and beyond-EU funded projects, and nationally-funded projects. It has active participation in numerous H2020 projects as technology provider and system integrator. The primary competence of ITML relies in the design and development of software prototypes based on technologies that include machine learning algorithms, advanced data mining techniques, data aggregation and data analytics in IoT systems, as well as visualisation tools; all of which are applied in different operational domains, such as energy, logistics, health, education, maritime, and security.
ITML comprises numerous selected, internationally recognized and multi-experienced electrical and computer engineers, who have been conducting research, at worldwide level, for several years in areas related to the design, management and performance evaluation of high-speed telecommunication networks and services, security and transportation, energy efficiency, service-oriented architectures, business process management, e-government, ecommerce applications, and software engineering. Moreover, ITML has a team of technical project managers and software engineers who are experts in the software development process and in the validation of the scientific results produced in the context of R&I.
The KIOS Research and Innovation Center of Excellence (KIOS CoE) is the largest research center within the UCY, established in 2008. The KIOS CoE addresses some of the most important research and technological challenges of monitoring, control, management and security of Critical Infrastructure Systems, by advancing ICT research towards intelligent systems and networks, able to produce smart decisions from large volumes of data. KIOS CoE concentrates on research and developing technologies for monitoring, control and security of water, power, telecommunication and transportation systems, and addresses emergency response challenges in a horizonal way. Its research team specializes in a wide range of areas, such as systems and control, distributed systems and algorithms, graph theory and optimization, computational intelligence, fault diagnosis and fault tolerance, and embedded systems, in an attempt to provide holistic and viable solutions for a variety of critical systems and applications. With more than 100 researchers, KIOS CoE boasts a critical mass of researchers with expertise in applied and industrial-geared research and innovation.
KIOS CoE has secured more than 75 research funded programs, totalling over €45 million Euros from EU funding. This includes an ERC Advanced Grant and 2 ERC Proof-of-Concept, several H2020 and FP7 projects, as well as projects funded by the European Structural Fund Programmes, DG Home, Interreg and the Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation. The Center received funding from the European Union to advance into a flagship research and innovation center of excellence —the first such Center in Cyprus. This success is the result of a lengthy and extremely competitive proposal process coordinated by the Europe Commission as part of the EU’s strategic programme “Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation – Teaming”. In this endeavor, KIOS is collaborating with Imperial College London, one of the most respected universities in the world consistently ranked in the list of top-10 universities worldwide.
Experience in Project Management and Participation: The KIOS CoE also has particular expertise in coordinating significant international and multidisciplinary networks of various sizes and subjects. KIOS was the first Cyprusbased organisation to coordinate an ESF COST Action in the area of Critical Infrastructures, with more than 30 partners. It was also the first entity in Cyprus to coordinate an FP7 project, in 2011. For reference, some of the projects coordinated by KIOS include: iSense, FAULT-ADAPTIVE, SHIELD, SmartTap, DOMOGNOSTICS, PREDICATE, GLADIATOR, SWIFTERS and others. In addition, KIOS will be coordinating the recently awarded H2020 PathoCERT project (SU-DRS02-2019). KIOS CoE has been also involved in various other FP7 and H2020 research and innovation projects, including SafeMetal, WaterBee, SkyFlash, EFFINET, CIPRNet, CONCORDE, CY CISE, FACIES, CUREX, CARAMEL, LEAPFROG, FLEXITRANSTORE and CERETAB, among others.
ISAE-Supméca was created in 1948, under the name ISMCM (Institut Supérieur des Matériaux et de la Construction Mécanique), jointly by the Federation of Mechanical Engineering, placed under the Ministry of Education. It is a public mechanical engineering school, which trains ~ 600 students/year.
Fundamental and applied industrial research are carried out at Supmeca Laboratory. Composed by 119 members including 40 permanent researchers (professors and associate professors), 15 technicians and secretaries and 54 PhD students, the laboratory addresses scientific issues inherent to mechanical systems. In order to achieve this objective, modelling, simulation and experimental activities are jointly carried out by 4 research teams: Sustainable systems, Mecatronic, Tribology and materials and Vibration, Acoustic and STructures (VAST). Among its research activities, the VAST (Vibration, Acoustic and STructures) research unit, mainly implied in this project, have a long experience and a deep expertise in dynamics, vibration and acoustic damping. During last decade, new research challenges linked to vibrations and dynamics have been faced by the VAST unit. In particular, we have developed contactless real time dynamics measurements techniques based on video, embedded systems integrating artificial intelligence for mechanical systems survey and digital twin for diagnostic and prognostic of mechanical systems.
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AEGIS IT Research GmbH is a research and development company based in Germany developing and managing innovative IT solutions for numerous business sectors. It is based on a highly effective professional team consisting of talented researchers and top-class IT experts from all over the world. This team empowers the company with a strong, diverse skillset which helps AEGIS offer innovative products and high-tech business solutions to the market.
AEGIS’ main areas of expertise include Forensic Digital Investigations, adaptive Big Data visualization systems, Geographical Information Systems, secure embedded platforms, access control and network security systems, privacy preserving systems, enterprise web applications and all the lifecycle of IT systems (design, development, deployment, optimisation and maintenance).
AEGIS has a long-term involvement in security and data management solutions, offering:
Infineon is a world leader in semiconductors. Combining entrepreneurial success with responsible action, at Infineon we make the world easier, safer and greener. Barely visible, semiconductors have become an indispensable part of our daily lives. We are playing a key role in shaping a better future – with microelectronics that link the digital and the real world. Our semiconductors enable smart mobility, efficient energy management and the secure capture and transfer of data.
Infineon designs, develops, manufactures and markets a broad range of semiconductors and system solutions. The focus of its activities is on automotive electronics, industrial electronics, communication and information technologies, and hardware-based security. The product range comprises standard components, customer-specific solutions for devices and systems, as well as specific components for digital, analogue, and mixed-signal applications. Over 60 percent of Infineon’s revenue is generated by power semiconductors, almost 20 percent by embedded control products (microcontrollers for automotive, industrial as well as security applications), and the remainder by radio-frequency components and sensors. Infineon generates 32 percent of its revenue in Europe, 56 percent in Asia and 12 percent in the Americas.
Infineon organizes its operations in four segments: Automotive, Industrial Power Control, Power Management & Multimarket and Digital Security Solutions.
With 35 research and development locations, 17 manufacturing sites and 44 sales offices, the company is active worldwide. In 2018, the total revenues amounted to €7.5 billion with approx. 40.100 employees.
As a leading semiconductor manufacturer for embedded real-time systems in Automotive, Industry and Security Infineon develops innovative and sustainable concepts and architectures for heterogenous Multi -Core microcontroller. Infineon contributed to various public funded research projects at European and national level often as coordinator. IFAG was the co-ordinator of the European project EMC2 –‘Embedded multi-core systems for mixed criticality applications in dynamic and changeable real-time environments’; a research project with 100 partners from 15 countries and a total budget of 93Mio, as well as Productive4.0, a lighthouse ECSEL initiative with over 100 partners and over 100Mio of budget, on the digitalisation of the European industry. Infineon is directly involved in several national and European funding organizations like ETP4HC, HIPEAC, ECSEL, ARTEMIS-IA, PENTA, ITEA3 or EPOSS often as steering board member like in ETP4HPC, ARTEMIS-IA, EPOSS and AENEAS.
SimPlan has a long record of research and application of simulations, integrating energy consumption into simulation models, and digital twinning. Besides the participation in various national and EU research projects, SimPlan has developed trend-setting applications within its commercial projects which have become standards in the area of simulation today. This concerns, among other things, module libraries for different industrial sectors or interface technologies for the communication of simulation models with other applications.
The Telecommunication Systems Institute (TSI) is a National Research Institute founded by the Greek Ministry of Education in 1995. TSI operates within the framework of the Technical University of Crete (TUC) as an administratively independent and financially self-sustained entity.
Its mission is to spearhead basic and applied research in telecommunications and allied areas, contribute to graduate education, service, and outreach activities, and promote technological development at the regional and national level. It contributes to the graduate program of the Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department at TUC, and in turn draws senior researchers and graduate students. TSI has sufficient space and other baseband infrastructure.
It is entirely funded from external research and development grants and contracts in telecommunications and allied areas: telecommunication systems/networks and network services, networking hardware, sensors, RF, and high performance computing systems, machine learning, information systems, big data analytics, signal processing for telecommunications, speech, language and image processing, and biomedical applications. Funding mainly comes from the European Commission, international Industry, and National Funding Agencies. TSI has had significant experience in FP6, FP7 and H2020 projects, including FET, acting in many occasions as coordinator. It has also adopted a strategy of promoting the commercial exploitation of R&D results, by providing services (e.g. consulting) and contracting with industrial partners for specific products.
TSI’s expertise that is relative to the project includes cloud-based IDS technologies, security and privacy issues for the IoT and CPS domains, high performance computing (HPC) and parallelism, as well as sentiment analysis in social media. Thus, the main contributions will focus on the advanced threat intelligence features of the CYRENE project. We will support the efforts towards the modelling and evaluation of the security in privacy properties in the complex supply chain setting. Moreover, we will provide cloud-based protection mechanisms, which will be also assisted by sentiment analysis algorithms for inspecting forums and social media that are correlated with potential attackers or other threats. TSI’s experience on embedded devices and IoT systems in general, will be fruitful during the development and integration of the CYRENE’s components, especially for the implementation of the continuous security assessment modules on the end-devices. Moreover, our knowledge on developing efficient HPC systems will be also reflected in the overall performance of the final CYRENE solution.
The ISI and its scientific personnel have a significant research track record and significant expertise in designing, evaluating, and implementing real time systems for supporting demanding non-functional specifications using hardware and software co-design methodologies, architectures and implementations for embedded systems and cyberphysical systems. ISI has significant associations with the industrial domain offering CPS solutions for the Industrial IoT to support industry 4.0 at the edge level.
Also, ISI performs ongoing cross-disciplinary efforts in data science and AI by putting forth encompassing models capturing a wide range of signal processing-relevant big data analytic tasks, such as robust principal component analysis, dictionary learning compressive sampling, subspace clustering and low rank matrix analysis, offering scalable architectures and optimization algorithms for decentralized and online learning problems.
Johnson and Johnson Applied Innovations – Sensing and IOT team is a corporate centre of excellence focused on the development of sensing systems for process, product control and predictive maintenance, advanced manufacturing technologies and sustainability, and materials for all the companies of J&J. Applied Innovation’s legal entity is Depuy Synthes (Ireland), although the scope includes advanced manufacturing solutions, sustainability solutions, materials and innovation for all the medical device, pharma and consumer companies of J&J.
Our mission is to empower our customers and influence our leadership, by offering state of the art, advanced manufacturing solutions, expert judgement and education, to deliver a world’s leading agile supply chain. The key activities of Applied Innovation within the global supply chain of J&J include:
The Sensing and IOT team has highly skilled personnel with over 45+ years’ experience in sensing and sustainability. J&J has an active program in sustainability with subject matter experts that will support this project. As shown below, J&J has multiple sustainability programs ongoing, from renewable energy sources (wind turbines) to energy optimisation programs currently ongoing.
The University of Naples Federico II was established in 1224 and was the first publicly funded university in Europe. Today the University offers courses in essentially every academic field with research facilities that provide support to all these courses. The University is made up of 26 Departments and 2 Schools.
The Department of Industrial Engineering (DII, w ww.dii.unina.it), was born from the confluence of professors and researchers belonging to the following departments: Energy, Applied Thermal Fluid Dynamics and Environmental conditioning (DETEC), Aerospace Engineering (DIAS), Engineering and Management (DIEG), Naval Engineering (DIN), Mechanics and Energetics (DiME).
The Department supports the Doctorate School in Industrial Engineering and the PhD course in Industrial Engineering, which has three curricula: Energetic and Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace and Naval Engineering and Quality Engineering and Management. In addition, the Department participates in the PhD program in Energy (in collaboration with the University of Palermo).
The expertise of the researchers of IDEAS Lab are consisting in Concept Design, Product Development, Computer Aided Design and Simulation, Computer Graphics, Virtual Reality, Statistics, Quality and Reliability for Innovation and Design for X. All of them were experienced through research projects and commitments from European companies. Research activities were performed in collaboration with EUROFusion Garching, CCFE Culham, CEA LIST Cadarache, VTT Tampere, Fraunhofer IGD Darmstad, Fraunhofer IWU Chemnitz, ESI Stuttgart, Dassault Systemes, TGS, FIAT, Elasis, Firema Trasporti, AnsaldoBreda, Ansaldo-STS, Alenia Aermacchi, Piaggio Aero Industries, COMAU, CIRA, ENEA and SMEs. Previous experiences were performed also in the real-time monitoring of fuel consumption and the quantification of the energy savings in the shipping industry [see publications] by means of interpretable models based on Functional data analysis and Statistical learning techniques are able to fill the gap from diagnosis to prognosis.
Maggioli is the main Italian company with a guiding role for those who operate in Local Public Administrations, offering a broad range of specific, highly professional solutions in several domains (business areas): i) Information Technology, ii) Services & Technologies, iii) Publishing, Training and Education, iv) Document Management, and v) Museums, Art and Culture.
Maggioli Informatica, the IT pole of Maggioli Group, born from the integration and experience of Maggioli’s software houses and other local IT companies acquired during the recent years (e.g., CEDAF, STUDIO K, ELDASOFT, SAGA, ASITECH, TINN, A.P. Systems, etc.), is the most qualified system integrator and leader in provisioning of complete IT solutions and services for the Local Public sector: more than 6,000 Municipalities out of 8,048 in Italy runs about 100.000 modules provided by Maggioli Informatica. In addition, it provides services and solutions to more than 3,800 museums and 1500 SMEs. The exclusive value proposition combines and integrates design capability, product knowledge and 35 years of experience in the sector.
Another important characteristic of the company is the widespread presence on the territory with a highly-qualified assistance and consulting network. In Italy, Maggioli is operating with 3 branches (Rome, Milan and Bologna), 6 commercial branches (Udine, Cremona, Piacenza, Reggio Emilia, Sesto Fiorentino and Catanzaro) and 11 technical offices (Forlì, L’Aquila, Magenta, Grassobbio, Savigliano, Imperia, Cosenza, Palermo, Messina, Ragusa, Teramo). Maggioli is also extending its activities abroad: nowadays there are offices/subsidiaries in Belgium (Brussels), Spain (Tenerife and Madrid) and Greece (Athens).
Maggioli Informatica has a significant know-how on analysis, design and development of computer systems in various technological environments for large and small customers. Particular attention is devoted to the use of the open source technologies. The current marketing strategy of the company closely follows the evolution of the information systems for Public Administration through a proposition via the cloud.
Maggioli complies with UNI EN ISO 9001:2008, UNI CEI ISO/IEC 27001:2014, UNI EN ISO 14001:2015.
Founded in 1978, Prima Electronics, now Prima Electro, designs, produces and sales dedicated industrial electronics named DOTS (Dedicated Off-The-Shelf)®. After the acquisition of OSAI, division of Olivetti, Italian leader in the area of CNC mainly for wood, glass and marble. Prima Electro is today the first Italian manufacturer of numerical controls.
Prima Electro is active in the market with two brands: DOTS e OSAI. The DOTS electronics is located in the market area between the commercial electronics COTS (Commercial Off-The-Shelf) and the “custom” one. Being pioneer in this market area, Prima Electro offers dedicated solutions for specific applications with a high level of industrialization and high competitive costs and time-to-market. The OSAI brand is today leader in the wood, glass and marble working and in the special metal working machines. The offer of OSAI products is composed of Numerical Controls, Motors and Servo-drives.
One of the main areas is the laser source development and manufacturing and the expertise of Prima Electro is in the field of CO2 and solid state laser. In this particular field Prima Electro focuses on two major activities. The first one is the development of special solutions of NC for CO2 laser machines. The second one is related to the development and integration of semi-automatic production cells dedicated to the assembly of the optoelectronics required from the laser machines, such as the high power diodes and collimators. The expertise in the field of system integration of production solutions developed for assembly large variety and small volumes of high value added optoelectronics has been largely supported by a structured cooperation with the Polytechnic of Turin since 2011 whose major goal is the study and development of cutting edge optoelectronics to be nested in laser sources. This business activity contributes severely to the development of know how in the field of clean rooms for optoelectronics that currently represents a sensitive topic of the company strategy.
PE has already involved in several cooperative projects such as MASHES (H2020) – Multimodal spectral control for laser processing WHITER (FP7) – Diodes multi emitter produced by robotized island SMILLA (Italian funds).
Open control Prima Electro was involved in several Italian projects, like OPEN for the development of an innovative Numerical Control, FAROS, addressed to the development of an open source framework for rapid prototyping of automation’s devices.
The company has also been involved in projects about the energy. It is also partner in the “PPP Lab”, together with Polytechnic of Turin and Prima Industrie for advanced research on laser sources.
3D New Technologies (www.3d-nt.it) born from the experience of their founders in the field of laser processes for material processing and additive manufacturing for metal parts.
3D-NT is an innovative start-up founded in 2015 with the objectives of: design, development, engineering, production, marketing, installation and technical assistance of machinery, apparatus, systems and mechanical, electrical, electronic and optoelectronic systems.
Born with the aim of attacking a rapidly expanding market, that of additive manufacturing (AM) of metal parts, the company has developed a very accurate development plan by first identifying the needs of industrial customers in the aerospace and high-end automotive sector (summarized in a higher productivity of the additive manufacturing machines and in a higher dimension of the working chamber) and subsequently the technical solutions able to satisfy these needs. Since the beginning, it has managed to obtain financial support through innovation projects at European level and the interest of investors. Today it has two innovative concepts of machines based on PBF technology and continues to develop innovative solutions.
Relevant previous experience Development of the optimized powder bed machine for additive manufacturing by laser melting/sintering: the focus of this project is a low cost laser device based on high brilliance diode laser. Monitoring and control of additive manufacturing laser melting process is a part of the strategy of the 3D NT products. This approach will improve the reliability of the AM process, by getting it more flexible, efficient and easy to use.
SPHYNX offers customised services for enterprise security assurance. These enable its clients to set up security assessments, based on industrial and international standards (e.g., cloud, network, smart metering standards). The assessments are based and leverage on outcomes of the built-in analytic capabilities of the Sphynx’s security and privacy assurance platform as well as external tools, including threat analysis; vulnerability and penetration testing; continuous monitoring at all levels of the enterprise system implementation stack; sophisticated event processing and anomaly pattern detection. The solutions offered by SPHYNX enable the configuration of security assessment, reporting and certification to the needs of different stakeholders ranging from senior management to external auditors and regulators. SPHYNX’s security consultants support organisations in: (a) setting up a security and privacy assurance program covering their specific needs; (b) establishing the connectivity required with their ICT systems in order to obtain the evidence required for the different types of assessment; (c) configuring the reporting of the assurance platform to their needs; and (d) training their personnel in overseeing the assurance program using SPHYNX’s assurance platform.
ASAS provides services for its clients at its Aluminium Profile, Composite Panel, Aluminium Flat Rolled Product, PVC Profile and Roller Shutter production facilities, which are located in a total of 900.000 m² area, of which 400.000 m², is enclosed, in Akyazı and Karapürçek complex. ASAS produces aluminium extrusion profiles with a capacity of 90 thousand tons, aluminium composite panels with a capacity of 10 million m2, PVC profiles with a capacity of 35 thousand tons, rolling shutters with a capacity of 30 million meters per year. ASAS also manufactures aluminium rolled products with a capacity of 120 thousand tons and coated aluminium rolled products with a capacity of 65 thousand tons per year, in a diverse range of industrial sectors to more than 80 countries.
In ASAS’ R&D Center, 79 R&D Personnel, 48 of whom are researchers (1 Ph.D., 20 MSc, 27 bachelor’s degree person), continue to work by using their testing and simulation capabilities for aluminium profiles, PVC profiles, roller shutter‐commercial door systems and aluminium flat products.
Company was found to boost the innovation activities at the scope of funded projects.
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