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transforming your processes and business
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IRIS Monitoring

Advanced Monitoring and Control Solutions. Unlock new data from your production line. In real time.

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IRIS SMAC Systems

SMAC (Social, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud) systems. The new technology stack for digitally transforming your business.

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IRIS Innovation

Leveraging the opportunities offered by H2020: Research and Innovation for knowhow, IP, competitiveness and growth.

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IRISSMACSYSTEMS

Digitally transform your business for growth, profitability and client engagement.

IRIS Innovation

Leveraging H2020 for increasing our innovation capacity
Shaping tomorrow.
Advanced monitoring and real-time control solutions.
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NUMB3RS REVISIT∃D: putting the Science into Data Science

Numb3rs was a TV crime series which had as its backdrop different themes related with numbers and mathematics. One of the objectives was to promote numeracy among the populace and it was actually assessed by a team of real mathematicians to guarantee its veracity and authenticity. Each episode covered specific mathematical themes. For example, in one episode “Traffic”, the question of determining whether something is random or not was considered, together with choosing road widths to optimize traffic flow. In the following, we are going to take a ‘shallow dive’ on two types of data generator systems: “chaotic” and “random”[...]
PhD David Nettleton
Data Scientist
PhD in Artificial Intelligence
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#Tech4.0: Photonics and SMAC as key enablers for Digital Transformation

As an advanced engineering company that is developing high tech photonics and SMAC-based solutions for advanced monitoring and control in industry, for us it was important to have a prominent presence as the Digital Enterprise Show (#DES2017) in Madrid last 23-25 May. There is a huge amount of talk around paradigms such as Industry 4.0 and Digital Transformation, and  data is being touted as the new petroleum. For many companies, it can be overwhelming to keep up and to really position themselves to stay relevant and competitive in this rapidly changing landscape. As engineers and scientists, while we are of[...]
Carlota Feliu
Marketing Department
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Duckweed double duty in pig slurry bioremediation

As meat consumption grows worldwide, intensive livestock production is predicted to keep increasing, and consequently the amounts of manure. According to the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) pig farming is currently the main source of animal protein for human nutrition. Pig slurry, manure plus liquid waste of farms, is a rich material in nitrogen, phosphate and other plants nutrients, and therefore is often applied to corps as a fertiliser. Nevertheless, as nitrogen can easily leach, this practise endangers the quality of ground waters and in return superficial and marine water bodies.  Europe has promoted a strict[...]
Dr. Ing. MercedesAleman
Senior Scientist
PhD in Nutrition and Food Science
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Better bio (1st issue): The highest performance material on Earth is now bio!

Not only bio sourcing is often more sustainable (not by essence, but because it comes with a renewable credential), it can also sometimes exceed the properties of other materials. Let’s take a few examples starting with one that made a buzz in the recent weeks: Graphene has been at the core of intensive research for the new generation of high performance materials for the last decade. In simple terms, graphene is a two-dimensional atomic crystal made up of carbon atoms arranged in a hexagonal lattice and is the thinnest and strongest compound ever discovered (between 100-300 times stronger than steel),[...]
Dr. Ing. Elodie Bugnicourt
Project Manager Officer
PhD in Polymer & Composite Materials
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Advanced Factories Congress/Expo

During the 4th to 6th of April the Advanced Factories Congress and Expo was held in Barcelona (Spain). In this congress, some of the latest technology and approaches for factory automation were on display. This new generation of industrial development is also known as Industry 4.0, which has become a buzzword for the next industrial revolution in which Cyber-physical systems, 3D-printing, Advanced Analytics, Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things, among others, are being incorporated into the manufacturing environment. IRIS's Marketing Manager, Carlota Feliu gave a presentation (see above photo) of ‘Hypera’ , IRIS's  in-line foreign body sensor for the food[...]
PhD David Nettleton
Data Scientist
PhD in Artificial Intelligence
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