The Institute of the Republic of Slovenia for Vocational Education and Training (CPI) is the central Slovenian institution in the field of vocational education and training. It is responsible for linking social partners, and provides support in developmental, research, implementing and systemic processes that contribute to the quality of vocational education and training for the citizens of Slovenia in the context of lifelong learning.
We are a global development supplier of EC systems and components and maintain a leading position as a developer in the vacuum units market.
We are a team of experts engaged in the sale and servicing of computer wide market equipment, custom software, development of information solutions and multimedia products and the sale of licensed software.
NSB is a consulting company founded in 2004 in Mantova, initially focused on local development projects. In 2013 it expanded its focus by adding technology innovation services with a focus on digital transformation of production processes.
We grow design pros from all industries into expert design managers, ready to lead design. We teach a wide variety of design management topics. All of these are relevant for different design disciplines like product, interaction, web and graphic design.
PARK is a multinational professional services company that operates at the intersection of design and business.
DBSS, Strojegradnja, inženiring, storitve, trgovina, d.o.o. is a Slovenian company which main activity is the maintenance of machinery in energy facilities and other industrial companies and the manufacture and installation of equipment on thermal energy systems for the production of heat and electricity. We manufacture equipment and spare parts for the needs of industry, thermal power plants and other energy facilities.
SRIP Factories of the Future consists of eight vertical value chains (robotic systems and components, intelligent control systems, smart mechatronics tools, intelligent laser systems, plasma systems, advanced sensors, new materials and smart factory platform) and seven horizontal enabling networks, providing key technologies (robotics, control technology, nanotechnology, photonics, plasma technologies, advanced technologies for new materials, information and communication technology).
In 1962, Department of Electronics was established at Tallinn Polytechnic Institute as Tallinn University of Technology was called then. Since then, teaching and research in the field of electronics has been conducted in the department. Since 2011, the department is called Thomas Johann Seebeck Department of Electronics (In 2017, Department of Radio- and Telecommunication Engineering joined Thomas Johann Seebeck Department of Electronics. Today there are 29 employees working at our department, conducting research and teaching teaching in various fields of measurement electronics, cognitive electronics and communication technologies.
Polycom benefits from 35+ years of experience in the development of injection process and products and 20 years of experience in the development of products for the automotive and other industries. Most of our products are sold on the demanding European market, with exports also shipped to countries in North, Central and South America and Asia.