Estonia: Estonia


IMECC Ltd (Innovative Manufacturing Engineering Systems Competence Centre) is a high-tech consortium which is owned by several Estonian industrial companies and Tallinn University of Technology as science partner. IMECC is a SME, founded in 2009. IMECC's main activities are research and development in the fields of digital manufacturing, process automation, mechatronics, and materials technology. IMECC manages and participates in several national and international projects (e.g. Erasmus+, Interreg, I4MS, ERDF etc) as well as offers several different services to companies ( IMECC has played active role also in competence development process, e.g. by publishing handbooks, organising trainings and workshops to the companies.

Main activity fields:

Research and development;

Smart learning – from methodology development to teaching programs with on-line or off-line realizations;

Contribution to business development in new emerging markets outside Europe.

Main… Cooperation partner Association of Mechatronics has very modern flexible manufacturing system (FMS) located in the same facilities on ground floor which is possible to use for research work. Also it is possible to use laboratories and equipment of Tallinn University of Technology (e.g. 3D printer, additive layer technology for rapid prototyping, 3D scanner, different measurement and testing devices and systems, industrial robots, etc.), IMECC’s owners and consortium partners (e.g. CNC machine tools, machining centres, measurement machines, laser welding equipment, etc.).

Engineering services (e.g. recommendations for technology choice, cost calculations, technology audit, technological preparation of production, consulting on monitoring and robotics etc.)

Training (e.g. organising different kind of trainings, organizing conferences, organising composing and publishing of textbooks and special literature, elaboration of training methodologies, etc.)

Project services (administering and managing of projects, composing project applications, etc.)

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Smart Manufacturing / Industry 4.0 - Robotics / Human machine interaction - Monitoring and control - Additive manufacturing - High-performance production (flexibility, productivity, precision and zero defect)