Innovative since conception and always ready to meet industry and environmental challenges Hyperion prides on a highly qualified Research and Development team with cross functional skills and think-outside-the-box mindsets dedicated to provide robust technologies and business development solutions that accelerate the digital transformation of the process and power industries.
HYPPOS is a digital twin based toolkit for building online decision support tools targeted at the polymer industry. It uniquely combines material tracking and online analysis algorithms within an AI framework to provide decision support to polymer plant personnel.
It incorporates proprietary, patentable mathematical formulations and algorithms that uniquely achieve the discretization and characterization of both batch and more importantly continuous processes. It enables tracking of product quality and/or other KPIs from measurements or from AI prediction.
Through a unique and detailed view of all stages of production, it identifies and highlights issues, thus enabling plant operators to act early, producing more first-time-right material and in the process minimizing the production of waste (off-spec/off-grade) product.
HYPPOS uniquely combines all these features and provides a range of benefits from a single installation.
HYPPOS has been recognised three times (once in 2018 and twice in 2019) with the Seal of Excellence by the European Commission and it is being partially funded by the Research Innovation Foundation. READ MORE
The “EMBED-AI” project was funded by the Research Innovation Foundation of Cyprus, had 1 year duration and was a collaboration between Hyperion Systems Engineering Ltd. and The Cyprus Institute.
The goal of this project was to develop machine learning algorithms to predict the quality of material during the polymer production process in real time, in effect creating virtual analysis instruments (soft sensors) to monitor material quality parameters in real-time. The algorithms used time series historical data taken from the plant’s instrumentation as input for training and prediction. These algorithms were integrated with HYPPOS which provides the raw data for the algorithms and manages the predictions while tracking the quality and location of the produced polymer. READ MORE
The PROTEUS framework for Hyperion OTS
Used as a tool to integrate existing process simulators with web-based trainee operator user interfaces including accurate emulations of the major control and emergency shutdown systems. This independent high-fidelity technology allowed Hyperion to custom build successful solutions for many customers in the process industry until 2014 when (following the merger with RSI/CORYS and the creation HyperionRSI Simulation) the development platform for the Hyperion OTS solutions switched entirely to IndissPlus.
R&D services and teaming projects
SIMDAS: Centre of Excellence in Simulation and Data Science
The project will upgrade the Computation-based Science and Technology Research Center (CaSToRC) of The Cyprus Institute (CyI) into a Centre of Excellence in Simulation and Data Science (SIMDAS) in Cyprus.
This is a teamed project with the Technology Research Center of The Cyprus Institute (CyI), the Forschungszentrum Jülich (FZJ), three local institutions and two SMEs, funded by the European Commission. Hyperion is actively involved and responsible to connect the centre directly to commercial applications.
An integrated emergency response decision support system for enhancing workers’ safety in offshore oil & gas operations. OffshoreMuster introduces a step-change in mustering and evacuation management in offshore platforms thanks to its unique features: continuous localization and health monitoring of crew members, detection of people at sea at distances of up to 1.5 km and robust communication, even in the events of massive data link breakdowns.
This is a project coordinated by SIGNALGENERIX LTD in which Hyperion Systems Engineering participates as a leading global link to the offshore oil and Gas industry managing commercialization strategy and business development actions. The other two partners in the project are CSEM (Switzerland) and Optionsnet (Greece). This project has received funding from the European Innovation Council Fast Track to Innovation program.