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Research Centres

Over the years, CreoTech’s team has established close ties to the leading research centres in Europe. These centres offer leading competencies in virtually all technology areas that exist in Europe. Importantly, the management of these research centres is open to joining projects in which they do not retain the Intellectual Property developed during the project.

Being an independent company without Research and Development function, CreoTech is not bound by our own R&D programme or self-interest. We are therefore able to be impartial and choose the most effective research partners for our clients and the project in question.

Here are some examples of research centers (RTOs) CreoTech could bring to your projects:

AITEXlogo AITEX (Textile Industry Research Association) was set up in 1985. It is a leading centre for research, innovation and advanced technical services available to the textile, manufacturing and technical textile sectors. Their aim is to make this sector more competitive.
AQUATEAMlogo Aquateam is an independent consultancy providing environmental services and applied scientific research. Aquateam's main areas of competence are municipal and private water and wastewater treatment and environment and process challenges in the petroleum sector as well as other land based activities.
ARMINESlogo Armines is a French Research Centre with a broad number of skills and competencies within areas such as energy and process engineering, science and materials engineering, mathematics and systems and economics and management.
IBVlogo IBV is a Spanish Research Centre with a broad number of skills and competencies within biomechanical evaluation, person-oriented design, and inspection & testing.
NOFIMAlogo Nofima, the Norwegian Institute of Food, Fishery and aquaculture and was established January 1, 2008. Nofima is Europe’s largest institute for applied research within the fields of fisheries, aquaculture and food. The institute has around 420 employees and has an annual turnover of about NOK 500 million. The head office is located in Tromsø, and the research divisions are located in Averøy, Bergen, Sunndalsøra, Stavanger, Tromsø and Ås.
NOVAMINAlogo NOVAMINA Innovative Technology Centre is a Croatian based R&D organization operating primarily in energy and process technologies and product development for the industry. The focus of work is on the development of innovative, advanced and environmentally friendly technology, together with its effective and sustainable implementation via suitable development platforms to applications.
NPLlogo NPL is the UK’s National Measurement Institute, and is a world-leading centre of excellence in developing and applying the most accurate measurement standards, science and technology available.
YKIlogo YKI develops and transfers, competence, solutions and new technologies to industrial sectors where surface chemistry is of importance.
Pera Technology is using in-house resources in a wide field of technologies to create innovative ideas. Tecnology areas are e.g. polymer science, composite and textiles, process engineering, mechanical engineering and design, microwave engineering, Radio frequence technologies, embedded control systems, wireless control systems, sensor technology, medical diagnostics, environmental science, coatinmgs technology.
NORNERlogo NORNER is a fully independent Innovation and Technology partner. The company competence and equipment covers a wide range of key technologies in the polymer and materials industry. Capable of an intimate cooperation with companies in different levels of the value chain - from gas conversion to polymer modification and polymerization, additives for polymers to the extrusion and end use of plastics. Norner also has a comprehensive scientific lab.
INNORAlogo Innora SA is a privately owned engineering SME delivering complete technological solutions to clients. Services include concept design, prototype development and system integration. Core knowledge is robotics, control and automation and they build manipulators and scanners tailored to application in Nuclear, Oil & Gas, Renewables, Offshore and Subsea sectors. They develop custom data acquisition and control systems for virtually any industrial application, and design advanced signal processing algorithms to automate your post-analysis process.
VTTlogo VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is a globally networked multitechnological applied research organization. VTT provides high-end technology solutions and innovation services. They are the biggest multitechnological applied research organisation in Northern Europe.
JOANNEUMlogo JOANNEUM RESEARCH is a professional Austrian innovation and technology provider with a track record of 30 years in cutting-edge research at international level. It focuses on applied research and technology development, thus playing a key role in technology and knowledge transfer. They are active in the following areas: MATERIALS – Institute for Surface Technologies and Photonics. HEALTH – Institute for Biomedicine and Health Sciences, DIGITAL – Institute for Information and Communication Technologies, RESOURCES – Institute for Water, Energy and Sustainability andPOLICIES – Centre for Economic and Innovation Research.
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The Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology IGB offers R&D solutions in the fields of medicine, pharmacy, chemistry, the environment and energy. Our competences comprise Interfacial Engineering and Materials Science, Molecular Biotechnology, Physical Process Technology, Environmental Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering, as well as Tissue Engeneering. We offer solutions from market analysis through research & development through the finished product.

The Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and Immunology IZI investigates and develops solutions to specific problems at the interfaces of medicine, life sciences and engineering. The Institute develops, optimizes and validates methods and products for the Business Units Drugs, Cell Therapy, Diagnostics and Biobanks.

The basis for all work undertaken at the Fraunhofer IAO is a deep conviction that business success in a globalised arena is contingent on an ability to profitably leverage new high-tech potentials. In order to optimally exploit these opportunities, companies must be capable of developing and implementing customer and employee-oriented technologies faster than their competitors. Work organisation concepts must be simultaneously innovative and anthropocentric. A systematic design, in other words, is the outcome of pooled management and technical expertise. This holistic perspective when it comes to project processing ensures that equal consideration is given to commercial success, employees' interests and social consequences.

Finding solutions to organizational and technological challenges, particularly within the production environment of industrial enterprises. That, in a nutshell, is the key focus of the research and development work carried out at the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA. With 14 individual departments engaged in the fields of Corporate Organization, Automation and Surface Engineering, our R&D projects aim to enhance production processes and make products more cost-effective and environmentally friendly by identifying and exploiting the potential for automation and streamlining at clients’ companies. This helps to strengthen their international competitiveness.

The Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics IBP focuses its work on research, development, testing, demonstration and consulting in the various fields of building physics. These include noise control and sound insulation in buildings, the optimization of auditoria acoustics and solutions for improving energy efficiency and optimizing lighting technology. Fraunhofer IBP’s work also covers issues of climate control and the indoor environment, hygiene and health protection, building material emissions, weatherproofing and protection against heat and moisture, preservation of building structures and the conservation of historic monuments.

The Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT is a competent and experienced partner for the development of new laser processes, tailor-made laser beam sources or special laser systems. The team can provide customer-specific solutions within areas as solid state lasers, diode lasers, laser optics, laser cutting, laser welding, surface treatment, micro technology, laser measurement and testing technology, plasma technology, modeling and simulation as well as system technology for your innovations.

The Fraunhofer Institute for Physical Measurement Techniques IPM develops tailor-made measuring techniques, systems and materials for industry. Many years of experience with optical technologies and functional materials form the basis for high-tech solutions in a wide variety of fields: from laser imaging technology, via optical measuring techniques, spectroscopy and terahertz measuring technology, to thermoelectrics and integrated sensor systems.

Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems IPMS research in electronic, mechanical and optical components and their integration into miniature »intelligent« devices and systems. Services are geared towards customers who wish to enhance their products by using microsystems (MEMS, MOEMS, CMOS) with their constantly decreasing dimensions and innovative system properties. The institute's specific competence is in the use of light for various purposes, i.e. the application of optical properties and components. They covers a wide range of industrial applications. Services include conception, product development and pilot fabrication in institute laboratories and clean rooms – from devices up to complete system solutions.

ZENON AUTOMATION SAICT specialize in the design, construction, integration and support of packaging and warehousing automation systems. Zenon has practically introduced robots to the Greek industry, having completed more than 150 applications (70 robots in operation) in the fields of food, beverage, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and packaging materials.
Sirris is the collective centre of the Belgian technological industry. We help companies in the implementation of technological innovations, enabling them to strengthen their competitive position over the long-term. Our experts visit companies on site, offer them technological advice, launch innovation paths, and provide guidance until they reach the implementation phase. It is our aim to find concrete solutions to the real challenges facing Belgian entrepreneurs. Materials Engineering Production Technology Mechatronics Additive Manufacturing Software Engineering and ICT.