Analysis, design and implementation of adequate statistical methodology to respond to the improvement requirements of the ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) tool developed by the iAuditoria company in the performing of audits and / or inspections.
The result improved the efficiency of the ICT tool for inspections and / or audits, which facilitates decision making. Once an inspection and / or audit has been carried out, the application allows the generation of reports that, in addition to multimedia content, can include statistical results that allow iAuditoria clients to detect opportunities of improvement and anticipate possible risk situations.
Research and development on the integrated and optimal management of natural gas transmission infrastructures.
GANESO allows to study the use of current infrastructures, optimize them and assess the investment in future infrastructures, enabling, in this sense, users to make decisions regarding management and expansion of gas transportation networks.
The software helps when making strategic decisions for the company, which reduces cost and time.
In addition, it is competitive with existing commercial tools and it presents a great advantage for the Company: control over future developments and the possibility to incorporate new features on demand.
Development of intelligent systems to provide an advanced route control, allowing cooperative operations between manned aircrafts and RPAS (observational operations), helping to characterize the territory and making the unload operations during fights against forest fires more efficient.
The results contributed to increase the security of the brigades; improve the coordination in the extinction operations extend the time zone of action; and to introduce new aerial resources in the fight against major forest fires.
Watermark of the discharges made by five aircraft that participated in the extinction of a fire.
Mathematical modeling and numerical simulation of the thermo-electromagnetic-metallurgical behavior of an inductor-part system during the heating stage.
Development of a free software tool that allows the numerical simulation of the process improving the performance and reliability of the system while reducing costs.
The numerical simulation will allow the company to improve the current design of the inductors and to evaluate new proposals with significant savings in costs and production time.
Reduced order models, simulation and optimisation of coupled systems.
This is an industrial doctorate in the framework of the H2020 Marie Sklodoska-Curie programme, specifically in the topic “H2020-MSCA-ITN-2017 Innovative Training Networks” and in a specific action type for European Industrial Doctorates (EID).
ROMSOC was coordinated by Dr. Volker Mehrmann from the Matheon Research Centre of the Technical University of Berlin and involved a partnership of 12 European research centres (Germany, Austria, Spain, France and Italy) and 12 companies.
USC researchers participated, as researchers affiliated to ITMATI, in the direction of two industrial theses in collaboration with the Italian research centre SISSA. The companies involved were the Spanish company Arcelor Mittal and the Italian company Danieli.