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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.
In Flanders Make's new living labs both SMEs and large companies will be introduced into the latest technologies.
PwC Belgium and Flanders Make conducted an extensive study on the impact of new technologies and of Industry 4.0 on the manufacturing industry.
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Flanders Make and PwC surveyed over 30 leading manufacturing companies on their current maturity level and future expectations of Industry 4.0.
Picanol Portfolio Manager Koen Maertens explains the role of Flanders Make in the search for solutions for the challenges they face.
These projects will help your company to deal with the technological challenges you are facing.
Digitising production is a complex story. We offer you six key skills that every company should master.
Our CEO Dirk Torfs pleads for optimal cooperation between public authorities, companies and knowledge institutions.
How can you teach a robot to observe its environment and avoid obstacles? In cooperation with other companies, we went looking for the answers.
Shock absorber manufacturer Tenneco designs and develops state of the art suspension systems for vehicles. We as Flanders Make support them in this mission.
We are planning a project to investigate how simulations can limit the costs of functional safety analyses. Interested in working together?
This project wants to speed up the curing step and enable weakening the bond when required. Interested in cooperating?