Fundación AITIIP attends to enterprises requests, develops research projects, provides technological services, contributes to transfer research outcomes, promotes the cooperative research among companies and, generally, increases their technological level and competitiveness, since it is a link between research and enterprise.
Brunel UniversityUnited Kingdom
Brunel is a centre for Higher Education and research establishment with considerable intellectual, financial and social resources as a major contribution to the economy and community of the West London region. It also plays a significant role in the higher education scene with numerous national and international links and partnerships with both academia and industry.
CECIMO is the European Association of the Machine Tool Industries. It brings together 15 national associations of metalworking machines, which represent approximately 1500 industrial enterprises in Europe.
The European Powder Metallurgy Association, EPMA, formed in Brussels in 1989, is a non-profit association, which has three key missions – Promoting, Representing and Developing Powder Metallurgy (PM) in Europe.
An international non-profit association aiming at the collaboration in the study and solution of manufacturing related problems and the removal of technical barriers. The exchange of scientific and technical information, the preparation of harmonised rules for the education and training of personnel involved in welding, joining and related technologies, and manufacturing.
Granta provides software tools, materials data, and materials database solutions to help engineering enterprises to manage critical materials data, enable better materials decisions, design for environment objectives and regulations, provide materials support for engineering design, analysis, and simulation.
IDONIAL Technology Center will contribute to the promotion and development of the business fabric in its areas of technological specialization, adding the prior capacities and knowledge, and offering integral R&D&I solutions for the industrial sector in the entire value chain, from materials to manufacturing processes and products.
IK4-LORTEK is a non-profit private research institute with a commitment of generating excellent knowledge in materials, joining technologies, additive manufacturing and Industry 4.0 technologies. This knowledge is transferred to the industrial sector by its application to industrial products and processes.
ISQ is a private, non-profit and independent technological institution founded in 1965, currently running operations in more than 40 countries across the world, offering its experience in technical inspections, technical assistance for engineering projects, consultancy services and training activities, supported by transversal research and development activities and by 16 accredited laboratories.
The Laboratory for Manufacturing Systems & Automation (LMS) is oriented on research and development in cutting edge scientific and technological fields. LMS is involved in a number of research projects funded by the CEU and European industrial partners.
Ecole Centrale de Nantes is a research and education institution. Main fields of interest and competence are: Engineering of Industrial Systems / Automatic control/ Computer Sciences / Product Design and Manufacturing / Fluid Mechanics, Energetics and Oceanic Engineering / Mechanics, Materials and Civil Engineering / Social sciences.
Renishaw specialises in the areas of metrology, additive manufacturing, motion control and medical. The company is unique in that it manufactures all its products in the UK. This includes its range of additive manufacturing machines, which “print” parts from metal powder.
LZH Laser AkademieGermany
LZH Laser Akademie GmbH (LAK) is a leading German VET-provider of training in the field of laser material processing. Since its founding in 2003, LAK participated in the development of DVS guidelines on professional qualifications in the field of laser material processing and in the preparation of vocational and practical training measures.
Materialise is a provider of Additive Manufacturing (AM) software solutions and sophisticated 3D printing services in a wide variety of industries, including healthcare, automotive, aerospace, art and design and consumer products.
The MTC is provides and industrial scale factory demonstration facility where technology can be refined and tested in close collaboration with industry. The centre has a number of key research themes including Intelligent Automation, Advanced Tooling & Fixturing, Metrology.
Politecnico di Milano is among the leading scientific and technological universities in Europe and it is the largest Technical University in Italy.