Research & Development
A safer world is currently under a magnifing glass in R&D departments. The engineers and researchers are the innovation engine that work cross-industries to develop solutions that fulfill customers critical needs, solve their unmet security problems and improve products performances.
To develop highly advanced products that meet complex security needs, we have taken partneships with state agencies, universities and research institutes from pan-Europeean landscape.
As result, our team has strengthened the intelectual property (IP) with new and diversified patents.
Technology evolves but machines are still operational with original parts. Considering RBI (Risk Based Inspection) and RBM (Risk Based Maintenance) and with state of the art laboratory of reverse engineering we can manufacture optimised spare parts to fit the machinery and increase the security of the process, employees and bussiness overall.
In industry, some parts are prone to failures or their design is simply sub-optimal. In those critical situations, one would like to be able to make changes to the part, making it lighter or improving its mechanical resistance. The problem of as-built parts is that the original computer-aided design (CAD) model is not available or is lost. To optimize them, a reverse engineering process is necessary to capture the shape and topology of the original design. This paper describes how to capture the original design geometry using a semi-automated reverse engineering process based on measurement provided by an optical 3D sensor. Following this reverse engineering process, a Fixed Grid Finite Element method and evolutionary algorithms are used to find the optimum shape that will minimize stress and weight.
Engineering innovation develops advanced engineering systems to help clients in adressing their complex technical challenges in the area of automation, process security, asset monitoring, physical security and business optimisation.