RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
R&D: Techinnova sets its sights on the future
Our MaSLab is dedicated to the development of mathematical-satistical and economic-financial models. In this laboratory, the research activity for software implementation is divided into several phases, which are managed and developed in accordamce with the Agile methodologies:
- Analysis of the requirements and parameters to be assessed and the objectives to be achieved.
- Definition of the mathematical model underlying the project.
- Initial definition and creation of verification and measurement models.
- Preparation of the data collection and analysis project; organisation and population of the test database.
- Mathematical and statistical analysis of the data collected and creation of the final models.
- Assistance in writing the specific platform software in which the model will be inserted.
- Definition of the user interface model.
- Gathering and analysis of feedback and testing.
- Minor adjustments based on feedback.
- Development of Artificial Intelligence.
- Implementation of Machine Learning methods.
In the perspective of Industry 4.0, the ESA (Electronics, Sensors and Arduino) laboratory studies and develops Internet of Things (IoT) solutions linked to the following sectors: medical, healthcare, green building, circular economy, agrifood, fashion and design.
Thanks to a multidisciplinary and multi-experiential approach, our researchers collaborate with companies and institutes to seek out new ways of approaching the complexity of existing systems, solving all sorts of industrial needs and requirements.
Techinnova owns an innovative laboratory aimed to design aquaponic processes. In particular, the partner companies cooperate in developing projects for the implementation of innovative breeding systems, equipped with IoT and CS technologies, thanks to which it is possible to create a product tracking system, as well as a control and monitoring system of breeding parameters and water in order to maximise water usage and saving: nanotechnology in service of precision agriculture that respects the logic and models of green and blue economy.
Techinnova collaborates with highly innovative companies, institutes and universities and, in synergy with these partners, carries out R&D projects in the field of 3D printing technologies.
In particular, Techinnova leads projects that involve the creation of three-dimensional medical mock-ups from 2D diagnostic images and are aimed at applying Virtual Reality to a sector that, until now, has relied mainly on traditional means of investigation.
Among the expected outcomes of these projects is the strategic use of innovative tools and materials for medical diagnostics.
The Virtual Reality lab operates in improving basic techniques, applications and interfacing devices, and promotes the dissemination and introduction of its technologies into the industry by conducting research projects and developing proof-of-concept applications. In particular, VRTLab develops Augmented, Mixed and Virtual Reality solutions in specific leading-edge sectors, such as medical, tourism, Smart Cities, sustainable building, cultural heritage and fashion.
The vision of VRTLab is to develop advanced, fully interactive laboratory simulations based on mathematical algorithms that support open-ended investigations and are therefore amenable to multiple developments in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
For a seamless implementation of products and services, Techinnova has a state-of-the-art laboratory dedicated to the creation and testing of new materials used in traditional sectors or new market niches, in order to develop new functionalities with an emphasis on eco-circulation.
Highly qualified personnel, experienced in evaluating the structure of materials and their characterisation, are involved in these operations.
In recognition of the revolutionary potential of blockchain technology in the IT world, Techinnova has created the IchnosLab, qualifying itself as a pioneer company of this technology on the national scale.
IchnosLab acts as a reference not only for the progress and development of scientific research on blockchain systems and cutting-edge IT technologies, but also for companies that want to get detailed feedback on the suitability of blockchain and, in general, of new technologies to solve problems that they need to implement in the real world.
Within IchnosLab, blockchain technology is being used in ongoing projects due to its applicability in the certified and transparent traceability of supply chain products.
The USIn Lab (User-System Interaction), specialised in use case analysis, studies and describes the scenario – or a related set of scenarios – through which a system and its users interact. More specifically, USIn Lab researchers build abstractions of use cases related to user needs and the solutions to be developed to improve the overall use of the platforms. The use-case modelling is fundamental in the early stages of a project’s lifecycle, given that it is the phase in which we construct representations of the project itself, explaining and communicating its fundamental requirements to all stakeholders: in particular, our researchers analyse, identify and describe the specific scenarios that users experience with the system, also taking into account a whole logic derived from the management of errors and alternative flows.
“None of us is as smart as all of us.”
Mutual collaboration between people with different ideas and points of view
makes it easier for them to find winning solutions and ideas in times of need.
– Ken Blanchard
” None of us is as smart as all of us. “
Mutual collaboration between people with different ideas and points of view makes it easier for them to find winning solutions and ideas in times of need.