Nacional Projects

Entity and financial line: Centre for Technological and Industrial Development. Project of Investigation and Development.

Through this project, created in cooperation with Bodywork and Alite Tanks S.L. it has been worked about investigation and development of a prototype for a contention system oriented to transportable RSU and with capacity to manipulate charge so that it allows automatic charge and discharge through hydraulic, electric or pneumatic activation guaranteeing complete water tightness during the whole process of manipulation of residues.

Entity and financial line: Centre for Technological and Industrial Development. Project of Investigation and Development.

Complete development of a digital tachograph with an interface that allows interaction of users rapidly and easily, avoiding distractions in driving.

Entity and financial line: Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. Challenge Call of Collaboration.

ITECAM participates inside the call Challenge-Collaboration 2016 of Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness with the project “Optimization and Improvement of Electrolysis Cells PEM for the production of Hydrogen through simulation and experimentation (ENHIGMA)”.

In order to introduce scientific, technological and industrial knowledge, this initiative is developed in strict cooperation with five more entities and companies that participate in the National Centre of Hydrogen (CNH2), Adix Enginery, Energetic Hydrogen Development, the Association of Industry in Navarra (AIN) and FLUBETECH.

Due to the production of hydrogen with energetic ends through non based combustible fossils will be one of the major challenges for the future, the aim of the project is to obtain a PEM electrolyser (Proton Exchange Membrane) of greater duration and less energetic consumption through optimizations in design and bipolar plaques that are composed of. The reason why this is necessary is because among the possible methods to produce hydrogen through renewable energy, electrolysis PEM constitutes the most important process.

Within the project, ITECAM will developed several mathematical modes through FEA software (Finite Element Analysis) to analyse the mechanical and structural behaviour of bipolar plaques assembled. The aim is to guarantee the mechanic integrity of the several manufactured pieces. It will also cooperate during the production phase of prototypes in the design of necessary equipment and the optimization of the mechanic process.


Entity and financial line: Centre for Technological and Industrial Development. Project of Investigation and Development.

From refinery all installations linked to the precise operations are followed by a preventive maintenance due to the aggressive environment in which conduction (marine means) stays can produce damages in lines and elements of transference that can provoke spills which are visually perceptible if characteristics of products, operative conditions and caudal escapes allow it.

The control of those spills passes inexorably through its prevention, not only through an appropriated maintenance of involved installations but also through the elements that allow detect immediately spills in order to act efficiently in their containment and reparation.

Together with CEPSA and MAGTEL OPERATIONS, Itecam participates in NETCON project for the development of fibre optic devices susceptible to be connected as an extensive network able to respond with faster alerts, discriminative in products or types of products and the specific location of the spilled zone.

Furthermore this project carries on a proper development of a communicative optic network able to connect and manage an ensemble of multisensorial transductors that operate with different kinds of technology. Intelligence in network should supply different levels of alerts in relation to the detection of transductors and to the response facing diverse products and types of products.

The essential part of Itecam shares in NETCON are based on the design of the protective structure of encapsulates that will assist to a certain grade of permeability, not inertia following marine waves and levels. It is also based on the structural resources enough to prevent potential impacts. This structure will be fixed to vertical cloths of trousers situated in a sufficient level to cover all dynamic range foreseeable. The design of this protective structure is leaded by CEPSA in cooperation with Technical College in Madrid, UCA and ITECAM.