ProcessIT Innovations was awarded the title of Vinnväxtvinnare by VINNOVA, thereby being guaranteed financial support over a period of ten years.

VINNVÄXT is a programme that takes the form of a competition for regions. The aim is to promote sustainable growth by developing internationally competitive research and innovation environments in specific growth fields.

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2017-03-22 Closure for successful Arrowhead Project
Europe's largest research project in automation – Arrowhead – is about to end. – We have delivered far better than anyone dared to hope when the project started, says Jerker Delsing, project coordinator and professor of Industrial Electronics at Luleå University of Technology.
2016-09-28 Arrowhead workshop at ARTEMIS Technology Conference 2016
Arrowhead and Luleå University of Technology will arrange a workshop at the ARTEMIS Technology Conference 2016.
2016-09-28 Will be sharper in optical metrology
A grant of SEK 11 million will help companies in the north of Sweden to be even sharper in optical metrology.
2016-09-26 Vinnväxt. A programme renewing and moving Sweden ahead.
In 2001, Vinnova started a programme called “Vinnväxt – Regional Growth through Dynamic Innovation Systems”. One of them is ProcessIT Innovations.
2016-04-28 ProcessIT Innovation's Annual Report 2015
ProcessIT Innovation's Annual Report 2015 is published in English and Swedish.
2015-05-05 Focus on DISIRE and ePellets projects
In the latest issue of Process Nordic Magazine (4/2015) results from the ePellet research group and the DISIRE project are communicated.
2015-04-28 ProcessIT Innovation's Annual Report 2014
ProcessIT Innovation's Annual Report 2014 is published in English and Swedish.
2015-04-01 Successful outcome of the project Vision Systems Business Development Platform
The project Vision Systems Business Development Platform has had an successful outcome concering image analysis and machine vision.
2014-10-13 AEROWORKS granted 5.6M Euro
The project AEROWORKS has been granted 5.6M Euros in the area of ICT and Robotics in the EU framework programme Horizon 2020.
2014-10-13 EuroCPS New Cyber Physical System project
A consortium of France, Austria, Hungary, Sweden, UK, Spain, Italy and Germany will join in Horizon2020-project EuroCPS. The goal is to create synergies between emerging and established organizations operating in Cyber Physical System.
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