The simulation tools developed by Empresarios Agrupados over the last 30 years have aided many companies to reduce design and manufacturing costs while shortening development times. Today’s engineering firms absolutely require simulation tools to improve the design process of new products. Since 1990, our simulation products have been successfully implemented and tested by the industry in an array of complex projects in the fields of aerospace, aeronautics, power, water and processes. Our products are currently the simulation toolkits of choice for many disciplines in organisations such as the European Space Agency (ESA), AIRBUS, ITER, CERN, etc.
Our products EcosimPro/PROOSIS models are used for:
- Digital Twins of process plants, aircraft engines, rockets, etc.
- Engineering for design of products
- Health Monitoring
- Virtual Commissioning
Empresarios Agrupados can provide your firm with a full range of consulting services, including training courses adapted to your company’s needs and support for modelling your systems.
Among the projects in which we participate, we can highlight the development of the ONEIRE – OPTIMUM NEXT GENERATION AIRCRAFT & INTEGRATED REAR END project whose objective is to investigate the first design phases of the new generation of low and zero emission aircraft powered by H2 in its 4 basic pillars: product, manufacturing and assembly systems, digitalisation and design tools and advanced exploration of “Zero Emission” configurations and associated technologies. The leader of the Consortium is Airbus, with the participation of Empresarios Agrupados as technological partner.
Empresarios Agrupados will undertake simulation studies of the use of hydrogen as a fuel in the aircraft’s APU designs. It will rely on its PROOSIS-ASYST aeronautical simulation toolkits to perform complex experiments to optimise the performance of these new type of low-polluting engines.
This project has been subsidised by the CDTI with file number PTAG-20211008 through the call for 2021 of the procedure for granting aid for Strategic Sectorial Business Innovation Initiatives (“Aeronautical Technology Programme”), within the framework of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan (financed by Next Generation EU funds, including the Recovery and Resilience Mechanism) and the State Programme for Business Leadership in R&D&I, of the State Plan for Scientific and Technical Research and Innovation 2017-2020.