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Description However they lack the flexibility (in terms of possible physical configurations) or are very expensive.Furthermore, even these robots are offered as isolated products without rich perception capabilities
Comments Manufacturing the products of the future Manufacturing future products Customised products Manufacturing future products Manufacturing the products of the future Economic sustainability Manufacturing
 Safeguarding and Supporting Future Human-robot Cooperative Manufacturing Processes by a Projection- and Camera-based Technology Result title Safeguarding and Supporting Future Human-robot Cooperative Manufacturing Processes by a Projection- and Camera-based Technology
 Manufacturing the products of the future Taxon title Manufacturing the products of the future
 Advanced material processing technologies Taxon description The efficiency and sustainability of both the manufacturing of actual and future products is still very much determined by the processes that shape and assemble the components of these products.
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Description This new generation is paramount to making the factories of the future more cost-effective and restoring the competitiveness of the European manufacturing industry.
Comments Manufacturing the products of the future Manufacturing future products Complex structures, geometries and scale Manufacturing future products Manufacturing the products of the future Customised products
 Support Systems on the Industrial Shop-floors of the Future – Operators’ Perspective on Augmented Reality Result title Support Systems on the Industrial Shop-floors of the Future – Operators’ Perspective on Augmented Reality
 Periodic Reporting for period 3 - SYMBIO-TIC (Symbiotic Human-Robot Collaborative Assembly: Technologies, Innovations and Competitiveness) Result description This new generation is paramount to making the factories of the future more cost-effective and restoring the competitiveness of...
 Demonstrator 1: Human-Robot Collaboration in Food packing Result comments Manufacture of food products and beverages Applications areas and sectors Manufacturing Information and communication Applications areas and sectors Human health and social work activities Applications
 Manufacturing the products of the future Taxon title Manufacturing the products of the future
 Advanced material processing technologies Taxon description The efficiency and sustainability of both the manufacturing of actual and future products is still very much determined by the processes that shape and assemble the components of these products.
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Comments Robot Interaction Impact Workshop Domain 5 - Human-centred Manufacturing Domain 1: Advanced manufacturing processes Research priorities Sub-Domain 1.1 Processing novel materials and structures (into products
 Sub-Domain 1.1 Processing novel materials and structures (into products) Taxon title Sub-Domain 1.1 Processing novel materials and structures (into products)
 Domain 1: Advanced manufacturing processes Taxon description Products of the future are expected to be more complex (3D, nano-micro-meso-macro-scale, smart), so processes need to handle complexity and enhanced functionality whilst not adding or at least minimizing
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Comments Complex structures, geometries and scale Manufacturing future products Manufacturing the products of the future COROMA copes witha a series of applications where workpiece position, size and even flexibility
 Intelligent machinery components, actuators and end-effectors Taxon description Intelligent components enable the deployment of safe, energy-efficient, accurate and flexible or reconfigurable products and production systems.
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Description The objective of THOMAS are to: Enable mobility on products and resources.
Comments Manufacturing the products of the future Manufacturing future products Customised products Manufacturing future products Manufacturing the products of the future Resource efficient, sustainable products
 An outlook on future assembly systems introducing robotic mobile dual arm workers Result title An outlook on future assembly systems introducing robotic mobile dual arm workers
 Manufacturing the products of the future Taxon title Manufacturing the products of the future
 Advanced material processing technologies Taxon description The efficiency and sustainability of both the manufacturing of actual and future products is still very much determined by the processes that shape and assemble the components of these products.
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Comments Through flexible assembly lines, the manufacturing companies will be offered with great leverage over their innovation capacity and integration of new knowledge into their products.
 Significant innovations and achievements Comments Through flexible assembly lines, the manufacturing companies will be offered with great leverage over their innovation capacity and integration of new knowledge into their products.
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Comments R&I Objective 1.4: Artificial intelligence for productive, excellent, robust and agile manufacturing chains - Predictive manufacturing capabilities & logistics of the future MIE Consultation 2020
 Skills - Knowledge-workers Taxon description Future factory workers are therefore key resources for industrial competitiveness as well as important consumers.
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Title Intelligent exoskeleton based on human-robot interaction for manipulation of heavy goods in Europes factories of the future
 Final Report Summary - ROBO-MATE (Intelligent exoskeleton based on human-robot interaction for manipulation of heavy goods in Europe’s factories of the future) Result title Final Report Summary - ROBO-MATE (Intelligent exoskeleton based on human-robot interaction for manipulation of heavy goods in Europe’s factories of the future)
 RP 5.3 Levels of automation and continuous adaptation of workplaces Taxon description Research should be focused on how to achieve and use the correct level of automation to be flexible, agile and competitive in manufacturing customized products for a global market.
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Description The direct final outcome of LIAA will be five working co-worker solutions to diverse industrial assembly use cases and a strong unifying framework providing a basis for future co-worker solutions.
Comments collaboration between workers and other resources in manufacturing systems Research priorities Domain 5: Human-centric manufacturing Manufacturing Applications areas and sectors Manufacture of fabricated metal products
 Simulation for Human Robot Cooperation Result comments Manufacturing Applications areas and sectors Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment Applications areas and sectors Manufacturing Manufacture of machinery and equipment
 Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment Taxon title Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment
 Intelligent machinery components, actuators and end-effectors Taxon description Intelligent components enable the deployment of safe, energy-efficient, accurate and flexible or reconfigurable products and production systems.
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Title Seamless Human-Robot Cooperation for Intelligent, Flexible and Safe Operations in the Assembly Factories of the Future
Description Human skills are the main driver that enables producing high added value products in Europe. Thus the manufacturing processes are based on utilizing these skills.
Comments Manufacturing the products of the future Manufacturing future products Customised products Manufacturing future products Manufacturing the products of the future Economic sustainability Manufacturing
 Final Report Summary - ROBO-PARTNER (Seamless Human-Robot Cooperation for Intelligent, Flexible and Safe Operations in the Assembly Factories of the Future) Result title Final Report Summary - ROBO-PARTNER (Seamless Human-Robot Cooperation for Intelligent, Flexible and Safe Operations in the Assembly Factories of the Future)
 Manufacturing the products of the future Taxon title Manufacturing the products of the future
 Waste minimisation Taxon description Waste minimisation involves redesigning products and processes and/or changing societal patterns of consumption and production.

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Comments Manufacturing the products of the future Manufacturing future products Novel materials Manufacturing future products Manufacturing the products of the future Complex structures, geometries and scale
 Manufacturing the products of the future Taxon title Manufacturing the products of the future
 Advanced material processing technologies Taxon description The efficiency and sustainability of both the manufacturing of actual and future products is still very much determined by the processes that shape and assemble the components of these products.
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Comments Resource efficient, sustainable products Manufacturing future products Manufacturing the products of the future Manufacturing SMEs are empowered to compute and solve problems that cannot be tackled
 Simulating and improving food packaging Result description In such case, for some dairy products, there is a 5 minute timeframe to solve the problem and restart the line.
 Numerical modelling and simulation of heat treating processes Result comments Manufacturing the products of the future Manufacturing future products Outcomes of the project creates base for the improvement of the existing design of the water quench and will be used for
 Manufacturing the products of the future Taxon title Manufacturing the products of the future
 RP 3.12 Design and management of manufacturing strategies Taxon description Strategic decision are affected by uncertainty and therefore there is a strong need of forecasting tools that make use of statistical methods for analysing historical data and algorithms to evaluate the future
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Comments Customised products Manufacturing future products Manufacturing the products of the future Z-BRE4K will provide a modular solution for predictive maintenance that is highly customizable.
 Z-Bre4k semantic modelling Result description Details on Z-Bre4k ontology, modelling of production assets, products, processes and manufacturing operations.
 Manufacturing the products of the future Taxon title Manufacturing the products of the future
 Advanced material processing technologies Taxon description The efficiency and sustainability of both the manufacturing of actual and future products is still very much determined by the processes that shape and assemble the components of these products.
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Comments   Customised products Manufacturing future products Manufacturing the products of the future UPTIME will be able to be applied in the context of the production process of any manufacturing
 Periodic Reporting for period 1 - UPTIME (UNIFIED PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE SYSTEM) Result description As products become more complex due to evolution of technology, high...
 Manufacturing the products of the future Taxon title Manufacturing the products of the future
 Advanced material processing technologies Taxon description The efficiency and sustainability of both the manufacturing of actual and future products is still very much determined by the processes that shape and assemble the components of these products.
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Comments & Climate-neutral manufacturing R&I Objective 2.6: Predictive Manufacturing capabilities & Logistics of the future MIE Consultation 2020 (Closed) Specific Objective 2: Circular products & Climate-neutral
 RP 5.8 Enhanced Visualisation of complex Manufacturing and Production data Taxon description Future ICT research is needed to reduce the complexity of high volume data through appropriate data clustering.
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Comments MIE Consultation 2020 (Closed) R&I Objective 1.4: Artificial intelligence for productive, excellent, robust and agile manufacturing chains - Predictive manufacturing capabilities & logistics of the future
 Maintenance 4.0 to fulfil the demands of Industry 4.0 and Factory of the Future Result title Maintenance 4.0 to fulfil the demands of Industry 4.0 and Factory of the Future
 RP 3.4 Energy monitoring and management in future manufacturing enterprises Taxon title RP 3.4 Energy monitoring and management in future manufacturing enterprises
 Skills - Knowledge-workers Taxon description Future factory workers are therefore key resources for industrial competitiveness as well as important consumers.
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Description common open standards; European ICT SMEs will be growing fast through leadership in data-driven smart Industry 4.0 services; European Manufacturing SMEs will successfully compete globally with innovative products
Comments R&I Objective 2.6: Predictive Manufacturing capabilities & Logistics of the future MIE Consultation 2020 (Closed) Specific Objective 2: Circular products & Climate-neutral manufacturing The
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 Needs for future smart production (manufacturing) in Europe from the mechatronics and robotic point of view Result title Needs for future smart production (manufacturing) in Europe from the mechatronics and robotic point of view
 Video - How I-MECH can offer you smart mechatronic solutions Result description This implies completely new demands for (motion) control systems, which cannot be routinely handled by available commercial products.
 Intelligent machinery components, actuators and end-effectors Taxon description Intelligent components enable the deployment of safe, energy-efficient, accurate and flexible or reconfigurable products and production systems.
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Comments The estimations for the future states involve the whole production line, e.g. machine status after x number of operations and/or quality of the products for given set of parameters.
 Zero defect manufacturing: state-of-the-art review, shortcomings and future directions in research Result title Zero defect manufacturing: state-of-the-art review, shortcomings and future directions in research
 Periodic Reporting for period 3 - Z-Fact0r (Zero-defect manufacturing strategies towards on-line production management for European factories) Result description Nowadays, the efficiency and sustainability of the manufacturing processes of high-tech products depend on the...
 Advanced material processing technologies Taxon description The efficiency and sustainability of both the manufacturing of actual and future products is still very much determined by the processes that shape and assemble the components of these products.
 Measurement, sensing, condition and performance monitoring technologies Comments The estimations for the future states involve the whole production line, e.g. machine status after x number of operations and/or quality of the products for given set of parameters.
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Description Besides the advances on technology, ScalABLE will also contribute with new standards for the production lines of the future.
Comments Resource efficient, sustainable products Manufacturing future products Manufacturing the products of the future Economic sustainability Manufacturing performance characteristics Supply chain and
 Resource efficient, sustainable products Taxon title Resource efficient, sustainable products
 Intelligent machinery components, actuators and end-effectors Taxon description Intelligent components enable the deployment of safe, energy-efficient, accurate and flexible or reconfigurable products and production systems.
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Description The future manufacturing of the A320neo wing covers will be provide the background for the developments.
Comments smart factories & supply chains R&I Objective 1.4: Artificial intelligence for productive, excellent, robust and agile manufacturing chains - Predictive manufacturing capabilities & logistics of the future
 Virtualisation and digitalisation of the interrelation between manufacturing and new business models Taxon description through products, services and manufacturing processes.
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Description parameters and customisation of products to environments, usage patterns and other dynamic factors.
Comments Manufacturing future products Manufacturing the products of the future Flexibility Manufacturing performance characteristics Economic sustainability Economic sustainability Manufacturing performance
 Periodic Reporting for period 2 - SAFIRE (Cloud-based Situational Analysis for Factories providing Real-time Reconfiguration Services) Result description products and shorter time-to-market requirements.
 Customised products Taxon title Customised products
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Description The primary outcomes of vf-OS are an: Open Operating System (vf-OS) and Software Development Kit (OAK) for Factories of the Future that aims to be the reference system software for collaborative
Comments drivers and API Connectors for legacy platforms and services Operating systems Technologies and enablers Information and communication technologies The Open Operating Sytem (vf-OS) for Factories of the Future
 A Future Trend in Sensing Enterprise Systems Result title A Future Trend in Sensing Enterprise Systems
 Advanced material processing technologies Taxon description The efficiency and sustainability of both the manufacturing of actual and future products is still very much determined by the processes that shape and assemble the components of these products.
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Description Europe will develop the infrastructure for a cloud-based, Industrie 4.0, Internet-of-things-enabled B2B platform on which European manufacturing firms can register, publish machine-readable catalogs for products
Comments Once data has reached the platform, data are stored for future uses such as offline analytics and auditing.
 Periodic Reporting for period 2 - NIMBLE (Collaboration Network for Industry, Manufacturing, Business and Logistics in Europe) Result description This means companies will have to invest to make their future products...
 Interaction with other digital platforms Taxon description Interactions with other digital platforms indicate how developed solutions are interoperable with legacy systems or how future interaction with other solutions is anticipated.
 Industrial Reference ICT Architectures Comments Once data has reached the platform, data are stored for future uses such as offline analytics and auditing.
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Comments Customised products Manufacturing future products Manufacturing the products of the future Flexibility Manufacturing performance characteristics Economic sustainability Increasing human achievements
 Customised products Taxon title Customised products
 Intelligent machinery components, actuators and end-effectors Taxon description Intelligent components enable the deployment of safe, energy-efficient, accurate and flexible or reconfigurable products and production systems.
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Comments ) Research priorities Domain 1: Advanced manufacturing processes RP 1.1 Manufacturing for custom made parts Research priorities Sub-Domain 1.1 Processing novel materials and structures (into products)
 Workshop with MAESTRO contest Result description : companies will be invited to propose 1 month before the workshop case studies for future products to be manufactured by the MAESTRO technologies.
 Sub-Domain 1.1 Processing novel materials and structures (into products) Taxon title Sub-Domain 1.1 Processing novel materials and structures (into products)
 Domain 1: Advanced manufacturing processes Taxon description Products of the future are expected to be more complex (3D, nano-micro-meso-macro-scale, smart), so processes need to handle complexity and enhanced functionality whilst not adding or at least minimizing