R&D center and Tech
accelerator

ARQUIMEA Research Center is a private R&D center, part of ARQUIMEA, with the calling of developing ideas and getting involved in projects with a high impact in society.

We rely on a product-oriented strategy, market diversification and internationalization to achieve a sustainable growth with the aim of creating the technology of tomorrow.

ARQUIMEA is a cross-sectoral international technology corporation that develops solutions and innovative products in highly demanding activity sectors.

At ARQUIMEA we believe in technology as the engine for social development. R&D and innovation are at the core of our DNA.

Creating and delivering value. 2 steps

 

STEP 01
An Tech Scout

Identification and validation of state-of-the-art technologies able to provide at least a 10x impact on clients needs. 

STEP 02
An Tech Demostrator

 Research and development of breakthrough technologies jointly with key partners/clients. The projects aim to obtain tech demonstrators and IP able to be transferred.

STEP 01

An Tech Scout

 

Identification and validation of state-of-the-art technologies able to provide at least a 10x impact on clients needs. 

STEP 02

An Tech Demostrator

 

 Research and development of breakthrough technologies jointly with key partners/clients. The projects aim to obtain tech demonstrators and IP able to be transferred.

Our Research Lines

Neural Volumetric Capture

 

ARQUIMEA Research Center is researching and developing the use of Machine Learning in the VR and AR field to capture volumetric scenes.
The goal is to develop a set of architectures that can be introduced into the computer graphics pipeline using neural networks to improve both, the quality of the results and the rendering speed.

AI-assisted hyperspectral Data Fusion for autonomous robotics in critical environments

 

ARQUIMEA Research Center is researching and developing novel Data Fusion schemes for a wide range of sensors in robotics applications.
We cover from our own state-of-the-art hyperspectral sensor based on dual optical comb architectures, to mm-wave radars, LIDAR, IR or visible imaging. These Data Fusion schemes, assisted by AI, are meant to provide a very high reliability for applications where autonomous robotics needs to perform operation and maintenance actions in critical infrastructure.

Photonic Integrated Circuits for environmental sensing

 

ARQUIMEA Research Center is researching the detection of pollutants in fluids employing minituarized optical systems and microfluidics.
The Photonic Integrated Circuit technology (light in a chip) will allow to design a portable lab-on-a-chip system able to perform non-invasive analysis with high sensibility and efficiency. Furthermore, it paves the way for future low cost tests without using dangerous materials and substances associated to some of the current techniques.

Contact the Expert

Contact the Expert

Contact the Expert

Orlando Ávila García, PhD
Marta Portela García, PhD
Cristina de Dios, PhD

Neural Volumetric Capture

 

ARQUIMEA Research Center is researching and developing the use of Machine Learning in the VR and AR field to capture volumetric scenes.
The goal is to develop a set of architectures that can be introduced into the computer graphics pipeline using neural networks to improve both, the quality of the results and the rendering speed.

Contact the Expert

Orlando Ávila García, PhD

AI-assisted hyperspectral Data Fusion for autonomous robotics in critical environments

 

ARQUIMEA Research Center is researching and developing novel Data Fusion schemes for a wide range of sensors in robotics applications.
We cover from our own state-of-the-art hyperspectral sensor based on dual optical comb architectures, to mm-wave radars, LIDAR, IR or visible imaging. These Data Fusion schemes, assisted by AI, are meant to provide a very high reliability for applications where autonomous robotics needs to perform operation and maintenance actions in critical infrastructure.

Contact the Expert

Marta Portela García, PhD

Photonic Integrated Circuits for environmental sensing

 

ARQUIMEA Research Center is researching the detection of pollutants in fluids employing minituarized optical systems and microfluidics.
The Photonic Integrated Circuit technology (light in a chip) will allow to design a portable lab-on-a-chip system able to perform non-invasive analysis with high sensibility and efficiency. Furthermore, it paves the way for future low cost tests without using dangerous materials and substances associated to some of the current techniques.

Contact the Expert

Cristina de Dios, PhD

Our Technology Scouting funnel

These are some of the technologies that we are validating to be incorporated as Research Lines in Arquimea Research Center.

Advanced prediction of microplastics deposition in the Deep Ocean

 

AI-assisted enhanced fish artificial reproduction

 

ATHz Biopsy for atheroma diagnostics: prevention of ictus

 

Quantum Advantage

 

Ultra-high bandwidth mm-wave wireless communications

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