Based in Campinas (62 miles from Sao Paulo, Brazil), I.Systems is a groundbreaking Brazilian company founded in 2007 by three University of Campinas former students, focused on industrial Advanced Process Control (APC) and performance optimization.
As the result of a series of research and development refinements, Leaf, the APC software that uses artificial intelligence technology and the first product developed by I.Systems, was finally launched four years after the foundation.
1st Client and Patent
A big soda factured was the first client, with a demand for an APC to control and reduce liquid waste in bottle filling processes.
In 2015, the company submitted a request for an international patent, regarding the technology present in its first product – Leaf.
Present and Future
Since its development, Leaf has been running in more than 100 machines in more than 40 groups and industrial segments, such as agriculture, consumer goods, chemicals, mining, pulp and paper, among others.
In 2016, the founders were selected as Endeavor entrepreneurs and the company also obtained its first international case, on its way to become global, aiming to increase global efficiency. In 2018, I.Systems launches its groundbreaking software for OEE Optimization, SmartFlow.
In order to increase global efficiency, I.Systems has a highly qualified team guided by the following values:
Focus on results
Always exceed your goals
Only as a team we will exceed results and expectations
All employees have the power to influence the future of the company
We belong to a group that shares goals and values
With the support of an unrivaled network of seasoned business leaders, Endeavor works to catalyze long-term economic growth by selecting, mentoring, and accelerating the best high-impact entrepreneurs worldwide.
More Info: Web Site Endeavor
Governmental support for research
I.Systems also has governmental support by means of research & development funding programs from state and federal agencies.
Finep grants reimbursable and non-reimbursable funding to research institutions and Brazilian companies.This support comprehends all stages and dimensions of the scientific and technological development cycle: basic research, applied research, innovation and product development, as well as the development of services, and processes.