Technology transfer is a process of transmission of technological knowledge and technical between the university and society, to develop new applications and technologies at the service and use thereof, so it is a critical factor for the process of innovation and competitiveness.
The objective of Technological Transfer axis is to act as a lead thread between the Society and the University through CIDIS.
In this context, the Center for Research, Development and Innovation of Computer Systems - CIDIS - makes available to the industrial sector, government institutions and society in general its services:
- Advising or consulting
- Development of specific and customized projects
- Sponsored research
- Business and social innovation
The technical areas within which these services are offered are:
- Computer Vision
- Field and Service Robotics
- Machine Learning
- Advanced Control of Energy Systems
- Embedded Systems.
In general, these works are executed through the establishment of a collaboration agreement or contract between university-company (or government) to carry out a project of common or personalized interest. CIDIS offers comprehensive technical support to meet the needs of companies and organizations.
It is important to indicate that the hiring of a university center for the realization of projects to companies or organizations can generate important fiscal advantages.