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

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News

2008-02-25 Simulation tool for RFID-tags
The electronics company Electrotech in Kalix needed a simulation tool to be able to follow RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) tags. At Luleå University of Technology there are researchers with a wide knowledge of simulation work. ProcessIT Innovations made it possible for the parties to meet and develop the tool together.
2007-12-14 World-leading simulation technology from Umeå
The Umeå company Oryx is world leader at simulation platforms for training. The company has produced a crane wire simulation as part of one of ProcessIT Innovations’ projects.
2007-12-14 Embedded systems important for EU cooperation
During 2006, ProcessIT Innovations has helped to establish the process industry in the EU as being an important area for research. Jerker Delsing, professor at Luleå University of Technology and board member of ProcessIT Innovations, is one of the persons who has been most heavily involved.
2007-12-14 Process IT from a system perspective
- It is important to have a system perspective when we look at industrial IT. When ICT is integrated into activities, it is essential that we focus on how the activities work as a whole, says Professor Jonny Holmström.
2007-11-05 Optics in Sweden 2007
Optics in Sweden is the meeting-place for everyone working with optics in industry, universities, and colleges in Sweden. The programme includes highly-topical addresses, a poster session, an exhibition with special offers from product and service companies, and study visits, and it’s going to be held in Skellefteå on 8-9 November 2007.
2007-06-19 From wood to finished paper product
- Building networks and working towards common targets are important pre-conditions for growth, thinks Stefan Svensson, CEO of MoRe Research in Örnsköldsvik, so he regards it as obvious that the company should be part of ProcessIT Innovations’ SCOPE project.
2007-03-26 Great success for ProcessIT’s information day
The ever-widening growth of ProcessIT Innovations activities was shown clearly when the conference ProcessIT 2007 was held in Skellefteå on 21 March. Some 70 delegates from base industries, IT companies, universities, and public organisations met and discussed everything from the new technology needs of the forestry industry, to computer games as a possible training platform in primary industry.
2007-03-14 Non destructive evaluation and testing vital for Optronic
The Skellefteå company Optronic is an important player in the cooperation which ProcessIT Innovations is building up around non destructive evaluation and testing.
2006-12-14 Paper and pulp industry in collaboration
The paper and pulp industries in northern Sweden have, together with ProcessIT Innovations, initiated a three-year R&D project. This co-operation should give the industries unique competitive advantages through better products, more even quality, and greater efficiency.
2006-11-13 Contactless measurement important for process industry
Contactless measurement has become increasingly important in the process industry, so there was great interest when ProcessIT Innovations issued invitations to a workshop on the subject.
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