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There is still a lot of potential for the manufacturing industry to increase its productivity and flexibility.
Agile and flexible human-centered production is essential for companies that still heavily rely on manual processes.
Although there is a lot of buzz on flexible, collaborative and advanced robotics, real industrial uptake is still limited.
We develop software to design and implement multi-system learning controllers.
Being competitive in the manufacturing industry requires some capabilities of organizations.
CO 2 reduction all over the supply chain is the most important criterion for future competitiveness in the automotive sector.
The goal of this project is to encourage SMEs to implement collaborative robotics and digital technologies.
The manufacturing industry is very important for the economy in the North Sea Region and a real driver for growth.
We build an open and modular platform to improve layer-based AM production for the laser melting of metals.
We perform research in the field of energy-efficient drivetrains, vehicle dynamics and highly automated driving.
Numerical methods and tools will be developed to support and improve the design of AM structural components.
This project aims at providing software product line methods, techniques and tools for the development of mechatronic software controller variants.
Safety-related products become more complex, must cope with more demanding operating circumstances, are subject of customization and must fulfill evolving safety standards.
The ITEAM consortium has planned a set of research databases to provide wide access to shared electronic research and technical material.
The operator needs a digital platform.
Photonics sensors equipped with freeform optics enable an unprecedented combination of compactness, robustness, performance and accuracy.
We want to optimize production efficiency for SMEs by analyzing large amounts of data that become available through IoT technologies.
The industrial target group face a demand for a new generation of smart and interconnected high-performing products, often called cyber-physical systems.