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INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE CASTILLA Y LEÓN (ITCL)

EUROPEAN PROGRAMS

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C/ LOPEZ BRAVO 70
9001
BURGOS
Spain
947298471
maite.cobo@itcl.es
www.itcl.es
Research Organisation
26-50

 

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MS Maite Cobo (European Projects manager)

Field of Activity


4. HORIZONTAL ACTIVITIES
» Simulators, trainers and artificial environments

5. TECHNOLOGIES & MATERIALS
» Electronics, Microelectronics

6. INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
» ICT applications
» Communication equipment and technologies
» Electronic authentication
» Intelligence systems
» Artificial intelligence/robotics
» Cyber security
» Software, Data Processing

Core competencies

The Instituto Tecnológico de Castilla y León (ITCL) was created by the industrial associations of Burgos and Palencia in 1989, is a private non-profit organization, which aims to contribute to the economic and social development supporting, promoting and facilitating the use of technology as a tool for competitiveness of the business network from a commitment to integration in the system of science-technology - company-society.The research group created in 2004 consists of 5 people with extensive experience in the development of research and development projects in virtual reality, augmented reality, computer graphics, simulation and artificial vision. The multidisciplinary group has successfully executed several national and European research projects, and furthermore has several publications and extensive experience in the implementation of the technology in the industry. Its experience in the area covers all aspects of the development of applications related to computer graphics: implementation of algorithms of artificial vision, techniques of SLAM, use of 3D graphics engines, modelling and texturing 3D models, programming on mobile platforms, integration of equipment, development of specific DLL, application of game theories, motion capture systems, development of driving simulators, shaders. All these skills are combined within the group to obtain high quality results in their research and products.
The Applied Electronics and Artificial Intelligence Research Group consists of a total of 9 people. It has extensive experience in developing electronic systems -hardware- for industrial projects and production systems , data acquisition, communications and monitoring systems, and also in theoretical foundations and in the design of connectionist models for the identification and modelling of dynamic systems, ANN classifiers, CBR, Soft Computing and multivariable optimization, etc. Also collaborates in the organization of international scientific conferences, program committees and organizations, such as SOCO, HAIS, IDEAL, NABIC and ISDA. AEAI has more than 80 international publications, book chapters and participations in conferences, as well as software and industrial patents registrations

H2020 Research Focus

  • SEC-01-DRS-2016 Integrated tools for response planning and scenario building
  • SEC-09-FCT-2017 Toolkits integrating tools and techniques for forensic laboratories
  • SEC-12-FCT-2016-2017 Technologies for prevention, investigation, and mitigation in the context of fight against crime and terrorism
  • SEC-15-BES-2017 Risk-based screening at border crossing
  • SEC-16-BES-2017 Through-foliage detection, including in the outermost regions of the EU
  • SEC-20-BES-2016 Border Security: autonomous systems and control systems

RTD Experience

 Project CoordinatorProject PartnerProject Acronyms
FP7/H2020-EnergyEnergywater


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2016-04-20 / 2016-05-20