ITCL electronics and artificial intelligence projects


Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and think what nobody has though”. (Albert Szent-Györgyi)

Electronics and Artificial Intelligence. Projects

HOSMARTAI – Intelligent Hospital Development

The HosmartAI project will create a common open integration platform, with the necessary tools to facilitate and measure the benefits of integrating digital technologies (robotics and AI) into the healthcare system.

Several large-scale pilot projects will make it possible to evaluate the various improvements in several hospital environments:
Medical diagnosis, surgical interventions, disease prevention and treatment, rehabilitation support and long-term care.

Duration: 2021 - 2024

RecExpert 4.0: Digital Expert System for Injection Moulding of Recycled Thermoplastic Materials

The RecExpert 4.0 project aims to respond to the technological need to question the thermoplastic injection process by taking advantage of new Industry 4.0 technologies to ensure the quality level of injected products in the face of the variability of raw materials...

KAIROS – Intelligent and automated 4.0 manufacturing of large naval composite parts

Research in cutting-edge composite manufacturing technologies, Industry 4.0 and Digital Twin aimed at developing a solution for the efficient manufacturing of large composite parts for the shipbuilding sector, with a high degree of automation, as well as quality and cost optimisation.

Duration: October 2021-September 2025

SMART NOC – Research on emerging technologies for intelligent management of communication network control centres

Project Description: This project proposes research into cutting-edge technologies for the design and implementation of an intelligent system for the integral management of the Network Operations Center (NOC) of a broadcast network. SmartNOC will integrate the most...

RecComp 4.0: Digital system for quality assurance and traceability in the RECOVERY of recycled thermoplastic materials by COMPOUND

RecComp 4.0 seeks to address the urgent need to establish traceability and process control of the compounding of recycled thermoplastic material in order to ensure a quality equivalent to current original raw materials from fossil sources.

Duration: 2022

AgrarIA. Artificial Intelligence Applied to the Value Chain of Agricultural Production 2050

Research into the entire value chain of agricultural production through systems governed by artificial intelligence, with CO2 reduction, energy sustainability, productivity and competitiveness.

Duration: 2021-2024