Research & Development


MIUR research laboratory accredited

MATRIX s.p.a. is an highly qualified industrial research laboratory admitted in the Ministry of Education University and Research register.

The Laboratory carries out various research activities with the Ministry of Education, University and Research according to the directives of the DM 593/2000 art. 14c.

The realized projects bring innovation and competitiveness within the SMEs operating in the services, transport and goods-producing sector in line with the modern lines of academic research.

It takes advantage of human resources aimed in developing applied research activities of industrial interest on specific issues, oriented to increase the knowledge heritage which can be used for industrial and productive purposes.


We have been devoting us for years, to the design, development and manufacture of custom products.

We are proud of our design staff that has a strengthened project activity in the telecommunications branch.

A deep knowledge of the issues relating to the overall SMT boards, their layout, the choice of the most appropriate components and its processes.

Constant focus in optimizing organizational structure.



The KnoholEM project’s aim is the engineering of an intelligent energy management solution that willconsiderably reduce energy consumption, both by systematically avoiding energy wasting in buildings and byknowledge-based holistic optimization of energy consumption.


care at home


Integrated information system for the management of continuity of care through home care and organization of health and social interventions in fragile patients.



MYCORED aims at developing strategic solutions to reduce contamination by mycotoxins of major concern in economically important food and feed chains, through Mycotoxins research joint actions.



The partnership MET-AAL aims to define and implement a platform for ambient intelligence with pervasive technology useful to provide support, assistance and services to individuals with shortage of self-sufficiency.



The project aims to spread in a local context that can easily become a reference for a wide area, that of the south east Bari, new automation technologies that can meet the needs of people with limited functional autonomy in the home.