Centre d’innovació i Tecnologia BARCELONATECH

MCIA UPC

Motion Control And Industrial Applications

MCIA focuses its activity on electrical and electronic engineering technology transfer for industry. It has technological expertise in the fields of energy optimisation; supervision, control and diagnostics of mechatronic systems; and instrumentation and communications.

It offers businesses technologies in the following areas:

Simulation of mechatronic systems, instrumentation and measurement of mechatronic systems, and industrial processes.

Design and control of motor systems.

Software development: personalised applications based on DSP, microcontroller and FPGA technologies.

Development of high-performance power audio amplifiers.

Finite element modelling and analysis.

Hardware development: power converter topologies, conditioning circuits and interfaces.

Supervision and data-acquisition systems for industrial processes.

Application of artificial intelligence techniques to diagnostic systems.

MCIA holds eight registered patents, two of which are available to out-license:

  • Diagnostic equipment and speakers to use this procedure by using Wavelet Transform (P201001425)
  • Diagnostic equipment and speakers to use this procedure using transformed ZAM (P201001423)

MCIA carries out its activities in sectors such as:

Construction of machinery and mechanical equipmentElectrical, electronic and optical materials and equipmentManufacturingLand and air transportStorageEnergy

http://www.mcia.upc.edu | info.cit@upc.edu | +34.93.405.46.90 | +34.93.405.44.19

  • VERDE

    CENIT project led by SEAT that aims to analyse the new EMC requirements for electric and hybrid vehicles.

  • INTERCAC for GAVE

    Multi-purpose high-power AC/DC industrial switch.

  • LOTPIM

    Low-cost predictive maintenance system for industrial machinery based on induction motor analysis, wireless networks and self-power technologies.

  • More Open Electrical Technologies (MOET)

    Project to establish the new industrial standard for electrical system design for commercial aircraft with a view to strengthening the competitiveness of the European aeronautical industry.