Advensia’s team of experts attaches great importance to innovation as the key to new market developments and has already been heavily involved in numerous EU projects. Our key competences in the projects are:
- Internet of things
- Real Time Location Systems (based on technologies such as UWB, GPS, WiFi, …)
- Identification Systems (RFID)
- Distributed Sensor Networks
- Service Oriented Architecture
- Database Management
The target of CREMA is to develop a system in the context of Industry 4.0, which enables manufacturing processes to establish, manage and automate internal work processes in a cloud environment. Important information (such as workflow delays, machine failures, etc.) are transmitted to the appropriate responsible person. Furthermore, CREMA helps to optimise manufacturing design processes and provides a B2B marketplace to offer free manufacturing resources to customers for sale.
Project link: www.crema-project.eu
The REPLICATOR project focuses on the development of an advanced robotic system, consisting of a super-large-scale swarm of small autonomous mobile micro-robots that are capable of self-assembling into large artificial organisms. These robotic organisms possess common energy and information buses as well as reliable legged, wheeled or climbing locomotion, based on modular sub-systems which can be autonomously reconfigured. Thanks to the heterogeneity of the elementary robots and their capability to share resources and communicate, the robotic organisms are able to achieve a large computational power, and rich close- and far-range sensing.
Project link: https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/216240
HYDROSYS aims at providing a system infrastructure to support teams of users in on-site monitoring events analysing natural resources. The project introduces the innovative concept of event-driven campaigns with handheld devices, potentially supported by an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). In these campaigns, users can setup and retrieve data from mobile sensorstations, the UAV and external sources (sensor network) generating dense information on a small area.
Project link: https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/224416