R&D collaboration led by Schneider Electric
PYCAS (2011 – 2012)
The 2-year PYCAS (Hydrogen Cells and Automatic System Control) project aimed to develop an integral control system for managing the production and storage components of hydrogen-based technologies. This included developing a high-performance, contactless temperature sensor:
- To withstand the volatile conditions of hydrogen-based environments.
- That utilized infrared technology for measurement and wireless communications.
Partners: Telvent Energía, Abengoa Hidrogeno, Mesurex, and University of Seville.
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