R&D&i projects

CTAG positions itself at the forefront of innovation and brings new technologies closer to industrial companies

R&D projects

Since its creation, CTAG is at the origin or is an active member of different local, national and european projects in collaboration with constructors and suppliers.

CTAG remains at the forefront of innovation and brings new technologies closer to industrial companies.

  • GREENHUB

    Innovation Materials

    Center of excellence in circular economy of the Euroregion of northern Portugal and Galicia.

    Financing
  • HI-Mov: Cross-border Technology Corridor for Mobility with Renewable Hydrogen

    Clean Mobility

    Objective: to articulate a cross-border ecosystem that promotes the emerging value chain around green hydrogen in the Galicia-North Portugal Euroregion, specifically in its use in sustainable mobility applications.

    Consortium: CTAG (España), ENERGYLAB (España), PIEP (Portugal), CEiiA (portugal), UMINHO (Portugal), UPORTO (Portugal), USC (España), AECTGNP (España), Grupo Petrotec (Portugal) and INEGA-Xunta de Galicia (España)

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  • EFFEREST – EFFicient user-centric EneRgy managEment SysTems for optimized Evs

    Innovation Materials

    Objective: An eco-design framework will be implemented with a holistic user-centred energy management system control architecture based on adaptive digital twins, model-based predictive control and AI, etc.

    Consortium: Virtual Vehicle (Coordinator, AT), MAGNA (AT), Bosch (AT), CTAG (ES), Univ. Brussel (BE), Uni. Surrey (UK), Bosch (DE), Assoc Europeen de Fournisseurs Automobiles (BE), SIRO (TR), Renault (TR), UZT (TR).

    Financing
  • GIANCE – Graphene Alliance for Sustainable Multifunctional Materials to Tackle Environmental Challenges

    Innovation Materials

    Objective: to provide innovative solutions to environmental challenges through a holistic, industry-driven platform for the design, development and scalable manufacturing of next generation composites, coatings, etc.

    Consortium: EURECAT Foundation (Coordinator), Centre Richerche FIAT, Boeing, Faurecia, CTAG, Fraunhofer, Fundac BC Materials, GRAPHENEA, Bax Innovation Consulting.

     

    Financing
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  • SELFEX – Self-training extended reality wearable technology

    Factory of the Future

    Objective: SELFEX aims to improve training processes in manufacturing through the use of wearable finger tracking gloves, trackers and XRs, to enable a self-training approach to in-line work.

    Consortium: CTAG, Whirlpool EMEA

    Financing
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  • BIOTECFOR+

    Innovation Materials

    BIOTECFOR+

    Objective: to increase efficiency levels in the use of forest resources, contributing to the development of the bioeconomy and the circular economy in the cross-border cooperation area Galicia – Norte de Portugal.

    Consortium: CTAG (coordinator), Asociación Forestal de Galicia and Forestis.

    Programme: POCTEP.

    Financing
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  • ITHACA – Automation of the electrical vehicle charging

    Clean Mobility

    Factory of the Future

    ITHACA is integrated in the framework of the European SMART4ALL H2020 Project (GA No. 872614), as a winner in its third cascade funding call.

    Objective: to automate the charging process of electric vehicles through robotisation, focusing on making this process safer and more efficient for vulnerable groups.

     

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  • Julio Verne

    Clean Mobility

    A pioneering and unique initiative in the generation and local dispensing of green hydrogen that contemplates the implementation of a hydrogen station in the port area and facilitating its use for different land mobility and marine propulsion applications.

    Consortium: Autoridad Portuaria de Vigo, Univergy, Quantum Group, Soltec Ingenieros, Anfaco, Aclunaga, CTAG, ENERGYLAB, Neuwalme and Exportrends.

  • ALMA – Advanced Light Materials and Processes for the eco-design of electric vehicles

    Clean Mobility

    Innovation Materials

    ALMA

    Objective: ALMA seeks to develop a new BEV structure for a passenger car with low weight and reduced environmental impact through the use of advanced lightweight materials, eco-design and an integrated circular approach throughout the life cycle.

    Consortium: coordinated by CTAG with the participation of 8 partners: Ford-Werke Gmbh (DE), Arcelormittal Maizieres Research SA (FR), Batz Sociedad Cooperativa (ES), Rescoll (FR), Fraunhofer (DE), Innerspec Technologies Europe SL (ES), TNO (NL), among others.

    Financing
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  • INTEX – Next generation AI based Testbeds for Wearable robotics

    Factory of the Future

    InteX facilitates the acceptance of exoskeletons to improve worker health and safety and business productivity in workplaces where there are no alternative solutions to the scourge of musculoskeletal disorders.

    Consortium: CTAG (España), Tecnalia (España), COMAU (Italia), IUVO (Estonia), Acciona Construcción (España) and the Universidad libre de Bruselas (Bélgica).

    Financing
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