Innovation goes beyond being a mere aspiration. For Frizonia, it’s a constantly evolving reality that continually redefines the standards of the HVAC+R industry. This ensures that we stay at the forefront of changing needs and future challenges.
At FRIZONIA, we are undertaking several lines of work in the field of Industry 4.0, such as the implementation of Integrated Logistics Support 4.0, simulation projects or Digital Twin, as well as other technologies like remote monitoring and cybersecurity, and virtual and augmented reality.
Innovation in the HVAC+R sector is a topic of great importance and relevance, being an indispensable element of work in any industrial organization.
FRIZONIA provides Remote Monitoring services for installations, allowing for the control of systems with the verification of operating parameters, performance evaluation, and prevention of equipment failures, among others.
To ensure the security of connections with systems, FRIZONIA is actively working in the field of cybersecurity.
Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) are essential in the transition towards Industry 4.0. Both technologies use virtual environments (VR) or introduce virtual elements into reality (AR), providing valuable knowledge and information.
AR is beneficial for fieldwork by facilitating access to complete information through mobile devices, thus improving maintenance and repair tasks. On the other hand, VR is applied in simulation and operator training.
An incentive has been received from the Andalusian Agency for Innovation and Development IDEA, of the Junta de Andalucía, for an amount of 48,652.28 euros, 80% co-financed by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund, ERDF, for the implementation of the INTEGRAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ERP WITH APPLICATION TO INDUSTRY 4.0 project, with the aim of ensuring better use of information technologies.
An incentive has been received from the Andalusian Agency for Innovation and Development IDEA, of the Junta de Andalucía, for a total project amount of 137,138.36 euros, with FRIZONIA being the beneficiary of 51,385.34 €, 80% co-financed by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund, ERDF, for the DEVELOPMENT OF VENTILATION AND EXTRACTION SYSTEMS FOR SHIPS THROUGH ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING – 3DFLOW project, with the objective of promoting technological development, innovation, and quality research.