Business activities, type and size of organization: Innora SA is a privately owned profit R&D company which delivers high-added value advanced technology intellectual property (IP). Services include system design, complete integration and customization support, as well as collaboration project development. During the last decade, Innora’s team has developed and implemented more than 50 projects pan-european and has vast experience in international collaborations. Its core knowledge is the interdisciplinary design, computer-aided optimization, virtual simulation and implementation of robotic systems, including mechanics, control and sensory.
Project and Contractual role: Innora will be the work package leader for WP4. Their main role in the project will be to implement a hardware solution comprising signal acquisition (from the flexible transducers) and data transfer (to the pulser-receiver) as well as to implement a software solution comprising a database server, and a communication daemon/server, integrating the graphical user interface. Innora will also participate in the WPs related to the project specifications, the system integration, the laboratory trials and the validation of the prototype system as well as and the dissemination and exploitation of the research results.
Involvement and Qualifications for role: Its core knowledge is the interdisciplinary design, computer-aided optimization, virtual simulation and implementation of robotic systems, including mechanics, control and sensory.
Research Personnel & Representatives: Dr Panagiotis Chatzakos is director at Innora Ltd. leading a group of researchers and advising broadly on EC projects. He provides technical expertise and technical leadership for the development, implementation, optimization and test of advanced scientific algorithms for incorporation into automated NDT sensor systems. He has served on the Board of several high tech companies.
Dr Giannis Roussos is Principal Project Leader at Innora. His technical experience focuses on embedded systems design and implementation, including both hardware and software. He is the main author or co-author of more than 10 conference and 2 journal research papers.
Project Committee Member: Dr Panagiotis Chatzakos (Director)