Building Technology Group R SRL from Iași implements from September 27, 2016, the project “BRAIN-IN-Intelligent automation systems for the management of buildings, production and industrial automation”, financed through the Operational Program Competitiveness, Priority Axis 1- “Research, development technology and innovation (RDI) in support of economic competitiveness and business development ”, Action 1.2.1. “Stimulating the demand of the companies for innovation through RDI projects carried out by companies individually or in partnership with the institutes of R&D and universities, in order to innovate processes and products in the economic sectors that have potential for growth”, Project type: “Newly established companies innovative “.
The project will be implemented in Iași, str. Aleea Rozelor Nr. 6A, has a duration of 24 months and a budget of 7,233,140.92 lei, of which a non-reimbursable financial assistant 6,026,057.20 lei.
By carrying out the activities of industrial research, experimental development, innovation, by introducing into production the results of research-development, the project proposes the creation of BRAIN-IN, a language converter of Intelligent Automation Systems (UPS) for intelligent buildings, production management and industrial automation based on innovation – improvement of a software platform called SMART CONVERT which at this moment has the property to bring to a common point the technologies: PROFIBUS, LON, CAN, MODBUS. The innovation consists in the integration in SMART CONVERT of two new types of communication protocols (KNX and a wireless language), transforming the initial platform into a very flexible and competitive product, which will also have standardized features for 5 applications that can be combined according to function. of the needs and structure of buildings, production and industry: optimization of energy consumption, assurance of security, comfort, optimization of production management, industrial automation, oppression of hospital-specific functionalities.
Project co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the Competitiveness Operational Program.
Project manager: Frâncu Cătălin