Sirris, the collective centre of the Belgian technology industry, helps companies to introduce technological innovation enabling them to strengthen their competitive position.

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Bd Auguste Reyers 80, 1030 Brussels, Belgique


Sirris, le Centre collectif de l'industrie technologique

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SIRRIS is the approved collective research centre for the Belgian technology industry. Born of the De Groote law (1947) on collective centres, its role is to strengthen the competitiveness of companies. The technological support it provides to its 2,300 members (mainly SMEs) focuses mainly on innovation in products, production processes and business models. In this context, Sirris has 3 key assets:

  • Years of experience in a wide range of companies;

  • A high-tech infrastructure spread across the country and accredited laboratories;

  • A large network of partners (academic, industrial, research centres, etc. in Belgium and abroad). Sirris is active in 5 technology areas:

  • ICT

  • Advanced Manufacturing

  • Materials

  • Sustainability

  • Mechatronics In addition to the technological skills available at the centre and through its network, Sirris offers support in defining innovative projects, backed up by in-house technology watch and patent support capabilities (Patlib). Equipment

  • The most diversified range of additive manufacturing machines in Europe

  • A Product Development Hub with 6 labs to design the products of tomorrow - micro, lightweight and intelligent

  • An AI & Data Competence lab

  • A "4.0 Made Real by Sirris" pilot plant

  • A Precision Manufacturing lab (extreme precision milling, laser texturing, etc.)

  • A cell with cobots and other flexible robots and an intelligent assembly line

  • Test laboratories for materials and product analysis

  • Europe's largest climate chamber


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