Our team has worked on
several projects for many customers.
Here is an assortment of featured ones.
The “Epopsis” IPMS for Navy gunboats
An Integrated Platform Management System (IPMS) was installed in 2010 onboard the client’s Navy Gunboats and has been functioning flawlessly ever since.
Costing 30 times less than equivalent commercial systems, it has been proven to be much more reliable – even under the harshest conditions, equipped with innovative features and more user-friendly.
The “μEpopsis” Tamper-Proof Industrial Datalogger for Ships
A small and low-cost, general purpose data logger with very distinctive features.
It was originally designed and built to record the density of the smoke produced by the inert gas generator of a tanker. With this, a shipping company can ensure that all maintenance work on the generator is properly carried out and eliminate the danger of cargo pollution.
The essentially unlimited capacity to store measurements (enough for the ship’s lifetime), high data compression for affordable satellite transmission, data encryption (so it cannot be altered by the crew) and its easy operation are some of the device’s unique features.
The "S-Monitor" Integrated Platform Management System for Navy frigates
A small but complete IPMS for monitoring and controlling the platform of a Navy frigate.
Fuel-Water Separator Monitoring and Control System for Ships
Old mechanical equipment usually has obsolete monitoring and control systems, that are hard to maintain and even harder to interface with modern platform management systems.
This device was designed to address all these problems on an old tanker.
Supreme Portable Vibration Recorder
Vibration analysis is becoming more and more common practice in all kinds of industry, because it paves the way for the replacement of traditional planned maintenance schemes with modern condition-based maintenance technics. These produce more accurate estimations about the lifetime of mechanical parts and therefore about their more timely replacement.
At very low cost, this portable vibration acquisition and recording device consolidates several features unique in this market.
Data Acquisition System of a University Electrical Engineering Lab
A 18 analogue input data acquisition system was built for the Electrical Engineering laboratory of a University. This system is used to collect measurements from all kinds of sensors and instruments on a large bench with numerous electric generators, motors, brakes etc.
This system has virtually limitless expandability to accommodate even more demanding applications.
The "AEACUS" RFID Maximum Security Physical & Logical Access Control System
A system built to satisfy even the most demanding security and reliability requirements of the military or the industry.
A colored touch-screen is used to display the photo and other information of the card owner. This information may include vehicle data, access restrictions, even personal messages. The same display may be used to type an access password or destination info.
The same system can be connected up to 512 card reader stations and can relay data using an Ethernet connection implementing various security schemes.
It is extremely stable and reliable, plus it is immune to computer viruses and cyber attacks. It is also very rugged, water resistant and unaffected by magnetic fields.
Radar-Tactical System Interface for Navy gunboats
An interface to connect the tactical system of a Navy gunboat to an incompatible radar system. Very small and low cost, but at the same time very reliable.
Alphanumeric Display for the Tactical System of Navy frigates
A low-cost replacement of an obsolete console that monitors the tactical system of a Navy frigate.
Emergency Lighting System Upgrade of Navy frigates
An upgrade to the existing emergency lighting system of Navy frigates, reducing its maintenance cost to 10% of the original.
Overvoltage Protection of Navy frigates
A device that protects sensitive electronic equipment from voltage spikes, increasing its reliability and saving the Navy tens of thousands of euros.
Communications Management System
A system to manage the internal and external communications of a Navy helicopter flight control tower.
A system (whose function may not yet be disclosed), designed for the shipping industry.