The MARBLE, STONE AND MATERIALS TECHNOLOGICAL CENTRE provides the services necessary for technological development and innovative companies in the sector of non-energy mining. The opening of the Technology Centre was held on June 10, 1996. To fulfil its purpose, the Centre’s functions are:
LORTEK is a non-profit private research institute with a strong knowledge and capabilities in materials science, processing, engineering, structural integrity and Digital technologies (artificial vision, data analytics, IIoT, sensors, connectivity, simulation, robotics, etc.) applied to
The Fraunhofer Institute for Physical Measurement Techniques IPM develops tailor-made measuring techniques and systems for industry. Many years of experience with optical technologies form the basis for high-tech solutions in the fields of production control, object and shape detection, gas and
The Alexandra Institute helps companies and organisations apply world-class IT research in practice. Since 1999, we have been on a mission to bring research outputs to market through partnerships and project collaboration with universities and companies.
WE BELIEVE THAT: Data-driven solutions
Helsinki XR Center (HXRC), home of Extended Reality is a centre of AR/VR research, development and start-up hub based in Helsinki and operated by Metropolia University of Applied Sciences and FIVR (Finnish Virtual Reality Association).
Main activities of Helsinki XR Center are research and