Fundacion TECNALIA
Research & Innovation

Fundacion TECNALIA Research & Innovation (TECNALIA) is, from the 1st of January, 2011, a private, non-profit, research organisation resulting from the merging of eight research centres: Cidemco, ESI, EUVE, Fatronik, Inasmet, Labein, Leia and Robotiker. TECNALIA is the leading private research and technology entity in Spain and the fifth largest in Europe, employing 1450 people (164 PhDs). TECNALIA operates in all the fields of today and tomorrow’s industry: Industry and Transport, ICT, Sustainable Development, Innovation Systems and Health and Quality of Life. TECNALIA is very active in FP7, participating in 168 projects and coordinating 34 of them. Tecnalia has a strong market orientation aiming at achieving the major impact in economic terms, through the innovation and the technological development. Under this premise, it contributes to the management and social development, transferring new technologies to companies, or promoting the creation of new management activities.

The Technology Area of Robotics develops advanced technologies in the areas of mechatronics design, control, manipulation, autonomous navigation, perception and learning. It focuses in 3 business areas:

  1. Prototyping and control of new robots: anthropomorphic, parallel kinematics, cable robots, mobile, underwater, etc.

  2. Professional service automation: autonomous navigation, augmented reality, metrology, part inspection.

  3. Modern automation: sensor based guiding, easier to program robots for SMEs, collaborative robotics, bin picking, bi-manual robot assembly, etc.

 

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16.09.2013

LIAA Kick-Off Meeting

2013-09-16 08:00 CET

The LIAA project held its three-day Kick-off meeting at the Fraunhofer IPA in Stuttgart (10.-12.09.2013).

Representatives of all involved industry and research partners met to...read more


02.09.2013

LIAA started

2013-09-02 08:00 CET

Today marks the official start date of the LIAA project. The project aims at developing a software framework, which enables the development of solutions for the use of robots on...read more


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