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Digitalization of manufacturing, storage, quality assurance and real-time monitoring in Swedish industry

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Coordinator RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB - NETLAB, Hudiksvall
Funding from Vinnova SEK 1 115 846
Project duration April 2018 - December 2018
Status Completed
Venture Kunskapssatsningar för industrins digitalisering
Call Kunskapsspridning för ökad digitalisering i industrin

Purpose and goal

The purpose of the project was to demonstrate and disseminate knowledge about how additive manufacturing, embedded sensors, data analysis and new visualization possibilities can be linked to industrial digitization. The project show the possibilities for improved interaction between man and machine by making it easier to make and analyze large amounts of data collected from manufacturing processes as well as from finished products in operation. The project demonstrate new opportunities for the integration of sensors in industrial machines, test prototypes and products.

Expected results and effects

The project showed the possibilities for improved interaction between man and machine by making it easier to make and analyze large amounts of data collected. The project demonstrated new technology possibilities for integrating sensors into industrial machines, prototypes and products that enable measurement within components made with additive manufacturing. The project produced a white paper that summarizes the state of the art, an inspirational film that shows opportunities, and physical demonstrator objects distributed to stakeholders

Planned approach and implementation

The purpose of the project was to demonstrate and disseminate knowledge about how additive manufacturing, embedded sensors, data analysis and new visualization possibilities can be linked to industrial digitization. The project show the possibilities for improved interaction between man and machine by making it easier to make and analyze large amounts of data collected from manufacturing processes as well as from finished products in operation. The project demonstrate new opportunities for the integration of sensors in industrial machines, test prototypes and products.

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Last updated 8 January 2019

Reference number 2018-00525

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