To keep their worldwide competitiveness, European manufacturing enterprises need to be attractive to potential workers, introducing new manufacturing concepts and design of pleasant and safe workplaces. The use of new technological solutions, such us Augmented Reality, can strongly increase the interconnection between organisation, workforce, management and technology, ensuring the deployment fo Smart Factories.
The workshop aims to present the exploitable results of running projects to the local industrial ecosystem. Participants in “Factories of the Future” (FoF) projects will have the opportunity to present them while focusing on the tangible, exploitable outcome and aiming at stimulating the industrial uptake of project results.
This workshop, proposed by the VVT workgroup of AISE, INAF and Tetra Pak Packaging Solutions proposes the voices of the academic, the research, the VVT SW vendors and the industrial environments about these topics.
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