The spinoff Paraimpu was born in 2013 from the initiative of Andrea Piras, Antonio Pintus and Davide Carboni, researchers of the program "Location and Sensor Based Services" of the CRS4 sector "Information Society". The innovative startup Paraimpu intends to enhance the know-how acquired in Web platforms to connect, manage and compose, in a simplified way, physical objects, sensors, and online services, to develop and deliver products and services in the global market for the Internet of Things.
The spinoff Karalit was borns in 2007 by the initiative of Marco Mulas, researcher at CRS4 from 1992 to 2007. Before forming KARALIT, Marco Mulas was Group Leader at CRS4 for 10 years. He has been an analyst engineer and software developer in the CAE/CFD field for more than 20 years. He holds MS degrees from Stanford University and the von Karman Institute, and bachelor’s and PhD in mechanical engineering from the University of Cagliari. KARALIT was created with the intention of promoting in the global market the know-how acquired in over 20 years of research and development in the Computational Fluid Dynamics, developing and proposing innovative software products.
The spinoff Elianto was created in 2007 by the CRS4 researchers Giovanni Murgia and Piero Pili. Elianto is an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) company, that aims to offer to the market innovative "turnkey" Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) plants, at a power range between 1 and 10 MWe, for the production of electricity and heat.
website: Elianto CSP