The Roztoky Science Park technology centre and business incubator project follows on from the already constructed Roztoky Science and Technology Park, which is in its close proximity. The trigger for the setting up of Roztoky Science and Technology Park was Trigema a.s. Roztoky Science and Technology Park has a total useful area of 4 200 m2. In collaboration with the Czech Technical University and the business sector, it focuses on the research and development of combustion engines for cars, alternative fuel engines and the construction of vehicle gearboxes. The park was successfully approved for use on 23 August 2011, and since 10 November 2011 has been officially open and fully leased out.
The objective of the innovation centre is to implement modern research focused on developing energy efficient energy supply systems and the electrification of transport, transport means and for aviation applications. The European innovation centre will develop new solutions for supply management for local customers, which will make electric, hydraulic and mechanical propulsion more efficient, more effective and safer. Our tenants will include companies operating in the fields of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and information technology.
History, completed projects
Another field of development is infrastructure for industrial research and technical development and securing accompanying services. The company has already successfully built Roztoky Science and Technology Park, which received support from the Operational Programme Enterprise and Innovation as part of its First Call.
Roztoky Science and Technology Park acquired technologies from the Operational Programme Research and Development for Innovation. The Czech Technical University’s Faculty of Mechanical Engineering received a grant for technology acquisition as part of a project acquiring technology for the Vehicle Center of Sustainable Mobility.
The construction of Roztoky Science Park in close proximity to Roztoky STP will create a major synergy between both parks. The new park will be able to use the STP’s technology facilities and vice-versa. This will also result in significant costs savings in operating both parks while achieving the same objectives.
Geothermal energy has been proposed as a heat source for the Roztoky SP project through the use of heat pumps linked to dry boreholes. The installed performance of these heat pumps, which will be used solely for air-conditioning and cooling needs, will be approx. 300 kW. Air to air heat pumps will be installed on the roof with a performance of 150 kW.
Construction and inauguration timetable
Construction work begins: 26.7.2013 Test operation begins: 19.8.2014 Final approval: August 2015