Our mission has always been and will continue to be bringing our own innovations supported by scientific research and to use them in various branches of industry. We also are very pleased to be working on very narrow problems that remain overlooked by commercial solutions. In these cases we rely on our own applied research.
Clients trust us.
For many years we have been providing our clients with these professional services and bringing significant innovations to various industries. It is enough to mention that thanks to our abilities such large players such as Airbus Industries, Frequentis and Asekol have turned to us.
Cutting-edge laboratories, top-quality professionals.
In order for us to continue to push back the boundaries of what is considered possible, it is necessary to have a highly-qualified team of professionals and the most modern technical equipment available. This is one of the reasons why we have established our own laboratory for applied research, which cooperates closely with our centre of innovation for our own product development. We can also boast of cooperation with renowned technical universities and research centres in the Czech Republic and other EU member states, such as the Czech Technical University in Prague, the Technical University in Vienna, the University of West Bohemia in Plzeň and the Technical University of Ostrava.
There is no solution? We will find it.
And how does this all work? Contemplation on new products and innovative systems solutions usually begin with a feasibility study. If there is no suitable method known as of yet to achieve the required goal, or it is not possible to get it for the client’s commercial use, then our applied research is next in line. Our research activities draw on inspiration from the latest scientific knowledge and this will not change in the future. Only the latest information for research and the latest technologies can ensure a systematic solution and products with an effective long life, including the ability to stand up to the competiton.
In regard to the ARUM project, Certicon a.s., along with the Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics at the Czech Technical University in Prague (CVUT) has developed a unique software solution (Smart Scheduler), which can distinctly streamline the scheduling of processes and management of the production of complex products. The scheduler can especially assist in the transportation industry during the assembly of aircraft, ships, etc. The solution was tested by Airbus Industries during the assembly of the aircraft A350, in which the leading technicians stated that the scheduler is capable of accelerating the whole production process by15%.
The Scheduler is able to:
» react immediately to the deceleration or halt of work on the production line
» eliminate financial losses caused by unexpected complications
» synchronize production units under different conditions
» assess situations as they occur and provide the necessary information for supervisors
CertiCon, the technical coordinator of the DIGICOR project which is supported by the European Commission within the Horizon 2020 program. The outcome of the project will be a communication platform which will include CertiCon’s Smart Scheduler, a component which will connect and organize the work of all the sub-suppliers and manufacturers working on fulfilling demand. The solution of the project will be utilized mainly in industrial manufacturing focusing on the production of large and complex machines and apparatuses. This revolutionary platform will save business not only time but substantially reduce costs.
On 1st October 2016, CertiCon a.s., became the coordinator for the SIDIAS project (System of Intelligent Detection and Signalization of Collision Status for Increasing Track Safety) which is part of the program to support the research and development of the Ministry of Industry and Trade (TRIO). The main objective of this project is to create a solution for securing greater safety on railways by using an intelligent camera system. Cooperating on the project is VŠB – Technical University of Ostrava.