CRIT Srl is pleased to invite you to its workshop on “Augmented Reality for Smart Factories” organized within FoF-Impact Project, on 15th December, 2016 in Vignola (MO), Italy. All presentations will be given in Italian language.
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 the running project SATISFACTORY to the local industrial ecosystem. During the workshop four project participants (Comau, Regola, GlassUP, and Istituto Superiore Mario Boella) will have the opportunity to present these results, while focusing on their tangible, exploitable outcome with the purpose to stimulate the industrial uptake of project results.
FoF-Impact is a two-year European project coordinated by EFFRA and funded through the Factories of the Future PPP (Grant agreement number 637212). FoF-Impact is a Coordination and Support Action (CSA) whose objective is to increase the impact of the European Union’s ‘Factories of the Future’ partnership under Horizon 2020. Indeed, FoF-Impact aims to speed up and increase the exploitation and up-take of ‘Factories of the Future’ project results.
14.30 CRIT introduction to the workshop
14.40 Antonio Serra, Exploitation Manager, “Satisfactory: Project Overview”
15.20 Francesco Sottile, ISMB, “ Localization and comfort sensors”
15.50 Coffee Break
16.00 Federico Canuti, GlassUp, “Head-up glasses for industrial use”
16.30 Pietro Cultrona, Comau, “AR application in industrial automation systems”
17.30 Q&A and Networking
18.00 End of workshop
http://www.satisfactory-project.eu/ – Satisfactory
SatisFactory project aims to create a collaborative and augmented-enabled ecosystem for increasing satisfaction and improving the working experience in smart factory environments. The project started in 2015 and involves ten partners (including companies, universities and research centres), from five different European countries. Innovative solutions will be developed, based on exiting concepts and technologies, such as Adaptive Manufacturing, Internet of Things, Augmented Reality and Gamification. The developed solutions will be demonstrated in three large-scale industrial facilities representing automotive industry (Comau), battery construction (Systems Sunlight) and in a pre-industrial lab (CERTH/CPERI).
The FoF-Impact project is funded by the European Union through the ‘Factories of the Future’ Public-Private Partnership under Horizon 2020.