The Aragon Institute of Technology is a public Technology Centre, established in 1984 and currently consists of over 210 people whose mission is to contribute to the promotion of the research and the development, orientating its activity to stimulate the technological innovation of the companies. ITA main functions are:
- To offer services of research and technological development to the companies, both in the development of new products, services or processes and in the introduction of advanced technologies
- To offer technological Advice and technical services that guarantees the quality and productivity of the companies
- To identify and to attend to the needs of innovation of the current and emergent sectors, with special orientation to the small and medium companies (SMEs).
ITA is the Spanish national centre of knowledge in the application of ICT to the resolution of problems in the field of integrated logistics whose mission is to establish itself as the engine of the implementation of ICT in the logistics business processes, as fundamental way to build a new logistics in the information management and collaboration between different actors in the supply chain more effective and efficient, more respectful to the environment, and an open door to the generation of new processes and services with high added value.
With this center, nationally recognized by the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism in Plan Avanza funding scheme, we generate and promote a better understanding on the direct impact of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in logistics (supply chain, warehousing, transportation and distribution) both as scientific and technological solutions applicable in the real world.
ITA has also been awarded to create the national Demonstration Centre in ICT4Logistics, where ICT companies may show in a practical way to their potential users, technological products and services aimed at improving productivity and competitiveness.
María de Luna, nº8 (Pol. Actur), 50018 Zaragoza (SPAIN)
Tel: +34 976 010 000 – Fax: +34 976 011 889