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Complexity, connectivity, autonomy and interoperability are key issues that will have a major impact on the value chain of the automotive industry.
Particular attention was paid to techniques for joining dissimilar materials.
We developped a low-cost and accurate position estimation system that can deliver the vehicle position within a range of 5 meters, with missing GPS signal.
We participated to Surveillance on condition monitoring and surveillance techniques and to IMVAC on condition monitoring and vibration analysis.
During the pilot event organisations can pitch their R&D ideas with Swedish and Belgian partners.
Between 13 and 15 June, a study visit was paid to the regions Brainport (NL) and Flanders (BE) within the scope of the Interreg project INNO_INFRA_SHARE.
The programme is the result of a joint effort by both regions and demonstrates the potential of interregional collaboration through the highlighted infrastructures.
His assumption was that 'Predictive Big Data Analytics’ will form the cornerstone for the optimisation of (maintenance) processes.
BEL-SME supports projects focussing on the development of new or improved technological products, processes or services.
Between 2 May and 30 June 2017, companies in Flanders and the Southern Netherlands can once more submit an application for CrossRoads2.
In our annual report, we focus on our role as a catalyst for technological innovation within our manufacturing industry.
Our goal is to stimulate children from 10 to 14 years old to discover their STEM-talent (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics).
Flanders Make's CEO Dirk Torfs shares his expertise and vision for the manufacturing industry as a panel member at Hack Belgium on 4 May at 13h.
The event brought the European automotive industry together so as to gain a better understanding of the future challenges and suggest solutions.
During the congres great opportunities were identified in the field of digital technology and smart manufacturing.