VINNVÄXT Award

Vinnova

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.


ProcessIT Innovations Annual Report

ProcessIT Annual Report 2016

News

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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