Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Industria

Argentina • San Martin

 

El Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Industrial (INTI) fue creado mediante el Decreto Ley 17.138 del 27 de diciembre de 1957, en el marco del surgimiento de un conjunto de instituciones nacionales destinadas a poner en movimiento, de manera planificada, la inversión pública, la ciencia y la tecnología.

Sus primeros laboratorios se ubicaron en el Parque Tecnológico Miguelete en un predio de 19 hectáreas en el Partido de General San Martín, provincia de Buenos Aires, en el que hoy se concentran una treintena de centros, además de áreas administrativas y de soporte. Hoy el INTI está presente con Centros Regionales y Multipropósito en todo el país, que generan investigación y desarrollo en red, con el fin de acompañar e impulsar el crecimiento industrial de cada provincia. Esa expansión le ha permitido al instituto cubrir una amplia gama de especialidades industriales, en articulación con universidades, laboratorios estatales, empresas públicas, cámaras empresarias y otras organizaciones −del país y del exterior− vinculadas con la actividad tecnológica.

Desde sus orígenes, el INTI tuvo la particularidad de integrar a cámaras e industrias en el esquema de conducción de sus centros para asegurar que las actividades que se desarrollaran estuvieran conectadas a las necesidades y demandas concretas del ámbito industrial. A su vez, la vinculación de las empresas a los centros, ha tenido por objeto facilitar el desarrollo de innovaciones que, por su envergadura, escapen a las posibilidades de una sola empresa.

Con profesionales altamente especializados y laboratorios provistos de instrumental y equipamiento adecuado -en algunos casos, único en la región- sus capacidades actuales abarcan a casi todas las áreas de la industria.

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The National Institute of Industrial Technology (INTI) has built, for over half a century, technological infrastructure and relevant knowledge in order to contribute to national industry's development. Currently, the INTI has over 3.300 agents, performing in more than 50 research and development centers, field units and programs, departments and strategic areas.

The INTI promotes the generation and transfer of technological innovation to the every branch of industry, and it verifies that every process, good and services manufactured are adjusted to worldwide standards and trends, spreading technological practices and knowledge throughout the country.

The goal is to become a leading institute in technology generation, aiming not only to Argentina but to the rest of the world, developing human resources and scientific and technological infrastructure, to bring solutions to problems of national priority and to increase competitiveness in a sustainable way.

Working Fields

- Sistemas de Saneamiento Sustentable
- Bioconstrucción
- Sistemas de Calefacción de alta eficiencia

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- Sustainable Sanitation systems
- Bioconstruction
- High efficient heating systems

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Sistemas de Saneamiento Seco con Separación de Orina (Baño Seco)

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Sistemas de Saneamiento Seco con Separación de Orina (Baño Seco) - Manual técnico

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Size: 2.62 MB

Directrices sanitarias para baños secos

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Size: 0.84 MB

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Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Industria
Avenida General Paz 5445

1650 San Martin
Argentina


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