Oil & gas sector
Insist Avtomatika operates in the field of automation, providing a wide range of services for the development of and support to process control systems for industries.
The Russian oil & gas market is a steadily growing sector.
The main Russian companies operating in the oil & gas, energy and chemical sectors are developing technological improvement strategies to optimise plant efficiency. This creates demand for automation engineering and advanced process control engineering, as well as environmental performance improvement solutions.
We struck a partnership agreement with Russian company Insist Avtomatika at the MIOGE exhibition in Moscow.
The agreement sets out a common technical and commercial development strategy in the sector of automation engineering and advanced process control.
Under this agreement, SARTEC will handle the development of advanced process control, control room engineering, and the supply of process and environmental analysis and measurement systems.
Moreover, Insist Avtomatika will market the portfolio of SARTEC products, services and technologies on the Russian industrial market.
Innovative technologies sector
University of Cagliari
Department of Mechanical Engineering
The DIMCM offers a bachelor’s degree program (chemical engineering and mechanical engineering), a master’s degree program (chemical and biotechnology process engineering, mechanical engineering) and several PhDs (biomedical engineering, mechanical design, industrial engineering, international engineering and environmental sciences, international sciences and technologies for innovation).
The Department is also engaged in basic and applied research, consultancy and services for cultural heritage, bioengineering, mass transport phenomena, energy and momentum, reaction and chemical reactors engineering, electrochemical, energy and environmental engineering, engineering of mechanics of materials and structures, production system optimisation, design of systems and equipment for mechanical, chemical and materials engineering, materials science and technology, control systems, instrumentation and robotics, processing and assembly technologies and thermodynamics.
Sardinia’s Forestry Agency Fo.Re.S.T.A.S. implements forestry and environmental management projects to improve update and boost forestry policies. It focuses in particular on innovation and the economic and social outputs of the woodland heritage and its products.
Its activities include management of forest, of coastal and inland wooded areas, of the woodlands included in the regional ecological network and of the region’s hiking trail network, maintenance of the rural environment, civil protection and wildfire protection, research, innovation, technology transfer and training.
We have signed a research agreement with the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Sardinian Forestry Agency on cogeneration systems based on woody biomass.
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Energy saving, renewable sources and smart cities sector
ASSOESCo is the community of Italian companies that promote, implement and facilitate the financing of energy efficiency interventions in order to reduce the environmental and economic impact of energy consumption for energy end users and for the country.
Within the association we find not only ESCo – Energy Service Companies, but also operators that supply hardware and other technologies that provide consulting and integration services, all however sharing the same efficiency as a mission of the activity.
The associates believe in the added value that comes from sharing experiences and pursuing common goals in order to increase the sensitivity of all potential stakeholders towards energy efficiency and stimulate market growth.
ASSOESCo is associated with CSIT – Confindustria Innovative and Technological Services and therefore has access to the services of the largest business association in the country.
With ASSOESCo we have signed a collaboration agreement that provides for the development of an integrated offer of solutions with reference to the industrial, civil and public administration sectors.
Mtell – Aspentech
Sardinia’s Regional Department of Agriculture
Confindustria Sardegna – Industrialists’ Association of Sardinia
CREATE Unique (Clab)
CRS4 – Regional Research Centre
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
University of Cagliari
University of Naples – Federico II
University of Salerno
API Anonima Petroli Italiana
A.R.P.A. Arpa Puglia
A.R.P.A. Valle d’Aosta
Autorità Portuale di Cagliari
C.N.R. Centro Nazionale Ricerche
J.R.C. – Joint Research Centre
Comune di Cagliari
Ente Foreste Regione Sardegna
Huntsman P&A Italy
I.N.F.N. – Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare
Isab Raffineria di Priolo
ASST Fatebenefratelli Sacco Milano
Provincia di Terni
Solvay Chimica Italia
Università degli Studi di Milano
Università degli Studi di Palermo