#Burgosi40 (2021) was a technology exhibition event in the field of Industry 4.0 held at the same time as a high-level technical conference showcasing real technological solutions in a demonstration space, so that SMEs could test and learn about the key technologies of Industry 4.0.
#Burgosi40 Expo (2021) was a demonstration event of Industry 4.0 tech held at the same time as a high-level technical conference. Free demonstration spaces were made available to the top selected, national entities and companies.
#IT40Burgos provided digitisation support to the Burgos City Council and local SMEs in the processes of industrial digitisation / adoption of Industry 4.0 solutions, and for the organisation of free technology dissemination events.
AGRAR.IA (2021) sought and identified potential partners in the DIHBU ecosystem, who would form a complete and viable proposal, oriented at SMEs, and offered additional letters of support among the DIHBU ecosystem.
The cattle monitoring project was aimed at maximising the success of cattle breeding and at the same time optimising the use of available natural resources; breeding capable of achieving higher yields and thus higher profitability.
CyberSecurity-RV proposed a prototype of a new immersive learning system of good practices in cybersecurity, based on the generation of virtual scenarios and situations similar to reality, customisable for each client company.
The CYBERSECURITY-VR Emersive Pilot Project (2022) proposes a new immersive learning system for best practices in cybersecurity, based on the generation of virtual scenarios and realistic situations, which are customised for each client company. The system is supported by visualisation interfaces and a dedicated app.
The Euro CC is to implement a European support structure based on strongly interconnected National Competence Centres (NCC) to enable and support academia, public administration and industry (especially SMEs) to benefit from the advantages of HPC knowledge, expertise and resources available in Europe.
The FORUM is a project developing smart PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) with the aim of creating safer working conditions for the operators of transformer substations in the electricity grid. The project presents a functional integration of all the electronic elements (some of them wearable) which collect data in real time and transmit it to the mobile application. These data are related to the worker's condition and the working environment; its monitoring helps promote safety.
GUTTI, an SME manufacturing metal elements, needed guidance and technical collaboration for its digital transformation process and, specifically, an initial diagnosis and design of the most appropriate Industry 4.0 roadmap. DIHBU examined the SME's needs and provided them with access to an Industry 4.0 diagnosis.
Intralogistics 4.0. (2020) consisted of the development of an intralogistics management system using a platform based on Artificial Intelligence, software development for planning, and integration of hardware devices and IoT sensors.
The NeuroCPS4Maintenance (2021-2022) is to develop and validate a new type of sensor, based on neuromorphic technology, capable of detecting anomalies, providing early warning of failures, and providing a fast and safe response in real time, for predictive maintenance applications in highly demanding industrial environments. This anomaly detector will be based on deep learning algorithms (LSTM) and will be implemented in the system-on-chips (SoC).
Prisma aims to create an IT platform for data management in companies, with the objective of optimising all steps within an industrial process. Through this platform a much more efficient planning and management of the manufacturing of products can be achieved.
The project 3DFEPP_DT. 2022-2023 project on Digital twin in extrusion process, under the Change2Twin framework, examined the needs of the SME, such as machine connectivity, data communication, information analysis, integration in its production management system, generation of digital twin and integration in the dashboard for monitoring its processes, to incorporate a free Industry 4.0 diagnostic programme.
The RES (Spanish Supercomputing Network) was established in 2007 by the Ministry of Science and Education. The mission of the RES is to offer computing and data management services and resources to support the development of high quality, cutting-edge and highly innovative research projects, made available to the scientific community through competitive calls based on the scientific excellence of the received proposals.
Rural-IoT aims to improve the competitiveness of the dairy sector Castilla y León by improving the efficiency of their production processes through the intensive use of ICT, energy efficiency and the recovery of waste and the use of green technologies in companies.
SILOSENS develops an application that enables any industry to calculate the capacity of a closed container. This not only concerns silos, but also many other types of containers in the primary sector.