HIGH TECHNOLOGY NETWORK
Technological excellence for the industrial system
Emilia-Romagna High Technology Network
, composed of industrial research laboratories and innovation centres
, includes academic institutions and public research centres of the region to offer expertise, equipment and resources to the productive system.
INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS, MORE EFFICIENT PROCESSES, NEW TECHNOLOGIES
Laboratories and Technopoles of the Network are the ideal partners to offer concrete solutions to the needs of enterprises.
The coordination of the Network, divided into Thematic Platforms, is appointed to ASTER.
THE LABORATORIES OF THE NETWORK AND THE THEMATIC PLATFORMS
The Thematic Platforms of the High Technology Network have been created to guarantee a research offer able to promote the competitiveness of the regional productive system, based on innovation. Today, the Platforms that define the research offer in Emilia-Romagna are 6: Agri-Food, Constructions, Energy-Environment, ICT and Design, Mechanics-Materials, Life Science.
THE HIGH TECHNOLOGY NETWORK IN FAENZA
The Accredited bodies:
: accredited laboratory of the Construction Platform
> CNR - Istec:
accredited laboratory of Construction Platform, Energy-Environment Platform, Mechanics-Materials Platforms, Life Science Platform
> ENEA - UTTMATF - Technical Unit for Material Technologies in Faenza: accredited laboratory of the Mechanics-Materials Platform
- Ravenna Technopole: Technopole of the Construction Platform, Mechanics-Materials Platform, Energy-Environment Platform
RESEARCH AND INDUSTRY MEET UP
Research and Technological Transfer activities carried out by CertiMac and MITAI – Ravenna Technopole
are communicated and disseminated in collaboration with Centuria – Romagna Innovation Agency
, one of founder members.
Centuria operates in order to stimulate and promote Innovation and Competitiveness of the local entrepreneurial fabric. We created an Innovation Point available for the enterprises to get in direct contact with researchers from MITAI – Ravenna Technopole, to favour a more efficient transfer of knowledge and technology from the research system to the industrial system.