ESTANDA set up its R&D&i Unit in 1986 and right from the start has been increasingly devoting part of its funds and profits to investment in the development of new research and innovation activities.

As a result of the research and innovations undertaken, ESTANDA has developed in-house knowledge and technology, results and solutions geared towards the markets and business which are the focus of its activity. Its customers recognise the performance and reliability of ESTANDA’s innovative products.

ESTANDA carries out its R&D&i projects in collaboration with the main national and European R&D Centres of recognised prestige. It resorts to its own financing resources and funding from the local institutions (Chartered Provincial Government of Gipuzkoa, Government of the Basque Autonomous Community), national ones (MICIIN –Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation, MINETUR-Spanish Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism, etc.), and European ones ( EU 6th and 7th Framework Programmes, Horizon  2020) to ensure the success of these projects.

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R&D&I projects

Sivira: system of artificial vision and augmented reality designed to increase production. (2013-2015)

Sivira: system of artificial vision and augmented reality designed to increase production. (2013-2015)

Funded by: THE GOVERNMENT OF THE BASQUE AUTONOMOUS COMMUNITY - Department for Economic Development and Competitiveness.

CALIFA: TOTAL QUALITY FOR STEEL MANUFACTURING WITH ZERO DEFECTS. (2014-2016)

CALIFA: TOTAL QUALITY FOR STEEL MANUFACTURING WITH ZERO DEFECTS. (2014-2016)

Funded by: The Department for Economic Development and Competitiveness of the THE GOVERNMENT OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY.

TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT FOR THE EFFICIENT PROCESS MANUFACTURING OF HIGH SPEED TRAIN BRAKE DISKS. (2014-2015)

TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT FOR THE EFFICIENT PROCESS MANUFACTURING OF HIGH SPEED TRAIN BRAKE DISKS. (2014-2015)

Funded by: The CDTI – Centre for Industrial Technological Development.