The Institute Mihailo Pupin (IMP, is a leading Serbian R&D institution in information and communication technologies, the largest and the oldest    in the whole Southeastern Europe. At IMP projects of critical national importance have been conducted, combining systems engineering and information

technology to develop innovative solutions in the area of automation and control, telecommunications and computer networks, knowledge  and  content  technologies  and applications,   e-government,   e-business,   e-learning,   etc. IMP’s  ISO  9001,  14001,  18001,  Quality   Assurance Certificates guaranty that customers value and quality expectations are met. Leading world companies such as Raytheon, Texas Instruments, BASF, Motorola, NCR and Philips had benefited from IMP’s solutions and services. The IMP is also the most successful Serbian institute when it comes to internationally funded research.

Moreover, the IMP is a showcase and the best practice example of successful bridging of academia and industry, a “good example of bringing an innovative R&D pool together” as European Commissioner pointed out when visited our Institute. The background of our success in building bridges between academia and industry lies in adequate organizational support to  technology transfer, well-defined technology transfer chain, reinforced by ISO standardization and plethora of home-made, innovative technology intelligence and transfer tools.

The organizational structure and research priorities are selected having in mind the latest research trends in this area (science push), the needs of the market (market pull) and the feasibility of successful commercialization of the research results. As a consequence, more than 90% of Institute’s annual turnover is acquired via successful transfer of our innovative technologies, products and services to industry and public sector, in Serbia and abroad.


Regarding the number of the projects funded by the European Union, the Institute is the most successful Serbian research organization. Since Serbia was granted the right to participate in EU projects, the Institute has undertaken 113 projects (11 Horizon Europe, 21 Н2020, 22 FP7, 7 CIP/EIP, 3 lnterreg/DANUBE, 2 lnterreg – CADSES, 4 SEE, 1 IPA ADRIATIC, 6 IPA Serbia, 8 COST Actions, 1 RSEDP2, 1 UNDP, 3 TEMPUS, 2 ERASMUS+, 3 FP6, 18 bilateral).

Projects are mostly within domain of Semantic Web, LOD, energy efficiency, renewable energy technologies, decision support systems, sensor networks, ad-hoc networks, robotics, etc.

With respect to the national projects, funded by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological development, the Institute has more than 20 funded projects in each research cycle, which  it completes successfully, transferring the outcomes immediately into industrial strength prototypes and marketable products and services.



SCADA and DCS systems for large and geographically distributed systems:
• for thermal-, hydro- and photovoltaic- power plants management
• for managing power transmission and distribution network
• for BMS in complex objects (airports, convention centres, smart buildings…)
• for monitoring and control in process industries
Products developed and produced by the Institute: SCADA VIEW4, VIEW-T/POWER; VIEW-H/POWER, RTU and programmable controllers (PLC) Atlas: Atlas Max®, Atlas Max–RTL®, Atlas-MTU, Atlas-MMS and piko Atlas®.


ERP systems
DMS systems
DSS systems in finance, ecology, diagnostics, energy efficiency, emergency management
GIS and spatial DSS
Internet portals
E-government applications
Semantic Web, Linked Data Web
Big data analytics


Urban traffic management
Intelligent transportation systems
Tunnel management
Parking systems and access control
Toll collections
Railways equipment (communication systems, electronic railway crossing, axle counters, black boxes for locomotives, etc.)


CCTV surveillance
Objects access control: parking lots, garages, protected objects, companies…
Real-time license plate recognition


Equipment for data transmission
Devices for speech and data transmission over high voltage power lines
Devices for voice processing, recording, compaction and analysis
Special purpose telecommunication networks design
Ad-hoc and meshed networks design
Signal and image processing systems using DSP technology
Design and production of various embedded systems


Flight, tank, submarine and anti-aircraft guns simulators
Air War Gaming System
Radar systems
ESM systems
Unmanned aerial vehicle ground station
Ballistic analyzer


Software applications development and maintenance
Hardware and firmware development
System design and integration
Infrastructure and networking
Training and technical support