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Human-Robot Collaboration (HRC) and ergonomics

The open seminar Human-Robot Collaboration (HRC) and ergonomics, part of the series titled Digital transformation for a human-centred industry 4.0, has been organized by t2i in Treviso on Thu 8, Feb 2018.

 

 

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speakers

31

companies

24

expressions of interest

Video report:

President at Anodica Trevigiana and t2iscarl

Giorgio Zanchetta

MANUFACTURERS NEED TO EVALUATE THE USE OF COLLABORATIVE ROBOTS ON THE BASE OF A CUSTOMIZED SOLUTION BESIDE COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS

Associate Partner Operations at PwC Italia

Ivan Lavatelli

DIAGNOSIS FOR SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT IN 5 AREAS: PRODUCTIVITY, ERGONOMY, ORGANIZATION, INDUSTRY 4.0, OPERATING MODEL

Professor at UNIPD and Founder at IT+Robotics

Emanuele Menegatti

SMART 3D VISION FOR DETAILED AND ACCURATE ROBOT PERCEPTION OF HUMANS IN INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENT

Group Manager Software Engineering and System Integration at Fraunhofer IPA

Mirko Bordignon

THE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY STACKS OF THE FUTURE WILL LEVERAGE OPEN-SOURCE SOFTWARE AND STANDARDS LIKE ROS- INDUSTRIAL

Specialista Produttività, Ricerca e Innovazione at CentroRicercheFiat

Alessandro Zanella

RESEARCH AND FACTORY INNOVATION IN AUTOMATION, PROCESS FLEXIBILITY, LOGISTICS, ERGONOMICS, COBOTS, POWERED EXOSKELETONS

Researcher of Intelligent and Autonomous Robot Systems group at ITIA CNR

Loris Roveda

USE OF LIGHTWEIGHT MANIPULATORS TO EMPOWER HUMAN'S CAPABILITIES IN HEAVY/ONEROUS TASKS EXECUTION

 

Managing director at t2i

Roberto Santolamazza

A HUMAN CENTRIC APPROACH EMPOWERS OPERATORS’ SKILL IN HRC WORKCELLS BUT ALSO IN THE OPTIMIZATION OF SUCH SOLUTIONS

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Programme

14.45 Registrazione partecipanti

15.10 Saluti introduttivi
Bruno Carrera, vicedirettore | Unindustria Treviso

15.15 Trasformazione competitiva e digitale: dalle strategie al ruolo di Digital Innovation Hub
Roberto Santolamazza, direttore generale | t2i trasferimento tecnologico e innovazione

15.25 Collaborazione, competenze e tecnologia nel programma di trasformazione della fabbrica: modello operativo BellaFactory
Ivan Lavatelli, Associate Partner Operations e membro Piattaforma Industry 4.0 | PwC Italia

15.45 Trend e trasferimento tecnologico nei progetti di robotica, dalla ricerca al mercato
Emanuele Menegatti, Professore Robotica Autonoma, socio fondatore IT+Robotics srl | Università di Padova

16.05 Dalla Dark Factory alla Smart Factory: come le nuove tecnologie riportano l’uomo al centro del lavoro
Mirko Bordignon, Group Manager Software Engineering and System Integration – Robotics Dpt | Fraunhofer IPA

16.30 Robot collaborativi in supporto all’operatore: sfide e prospettive
Loris Roveda, Ricercatore gruppo IRAS Intelligent and Autonomous Robot Systems | ITIA-CNR

16.50 Metodologie e applicazioni innovative fra efficienza ed ergonomia, l’esperienza del CRF
Alessandro Zanella, Specialista Produttività, Ricerca e Innovazione | Centro Ricerche Fiat S.C.p.A.

17.10 Dibattito e conclusione

17.30 – 19.00 Aperitivo di networking

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Open Innovation 2.0

️PWR organized a seminar on "Open Innovation 2.0" on December 15, 2017 at the Knowledge and Science and Technology Information Center of the Wrocław University of Technology.

 

Thematic scope of the seminar:

open innovation – management philosophy based on the opening up of organizations for suppliers, employees and customers to generate value for the organization,

open innovation 2.0 – development of open innovation by technological elements and deeper integration in the value chain,

crowdsourcing – presentation of the concept with examples of implementations

alternative finance – presentation of financing opportunities that can be implemented in corporations, SMEs and start-ups.

 

Karol Król suggested practical aspects related to OI from the economic and legal points of view and some best practices regarding crowdsourcing and crowdfunding.

Marco Battistella gave a speech on Open Innovation in the process of inspiring new concepts, talents and technologies by knowledge sourcing and activating collaborations with experts.

 

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Karol Król

Introduction to OI 2.0 - crowdfunding and crowdsourcing in business

t2i technology transfer and innovation

Marco Battistella

Scouting innovation results for knowledge sourcing and collaboration with experts.

 

Open innovation 2.0

️PWR will host a seminar on “Open Innovation 2.0” on December 15, 2017 at the Knowledge and Science and Technology Information Center of the Wrocław University of Technology.

Thematic scope of the seminar:

open innovation – management philosophy based on the opening up of organizations for suppliers, employees and customers to generate value for the organization,

open innovation 2.0 – development of open innovation by technological elements and deeper integration in the value chain,

crowdsourcing – presentation of the concept with examples of implementations

alternative finance – presentation of financing opportunities that can be implemented in corporations, SMEs and start-ups.

Speakers: Karol Król, Marco Battistella

Tips and Tricks of Additive Manufacturing

In the last decade, Additive Manufacturing (AM) represents the strongest revolutionary technology in manufacturing. This technology provides smart solutions to manufacturing issues that have so far limited the imagination in mechanical design. Design Freedom, lightweight structures and independence from economies of scale are just few of the benefits provided by AM.

However, the adoption of AM requires radical changes in approaching design and production. New concepts and rules should be introduced throughout the whole product life cycle and critical issues should be assessed to maximize its exploitation.

The seminar aims to increase confidence in Additive Manufacturing potential and to face the challenges that still characterized these technologies, such as the creation of a continuous process between the AM process and the subtractive post-process, a secure data transfer and the new materials potential. TNO, PROSTEP and the Engineering Department “Enzo Ferrari” will help us to meet these challenges.

1:45 PM Participant Registration

2:00 PM Giulia Broglia, CRIT, Introduction

2:10 PM Edwin van den Eijnden, TNO, “Industrial AM for functional polymer parts”

2:50 PM Martin Holland, PROSTEP “IP-Protection and Licensing of 3D-Printed Processes with Blockchain Technology”

3:30 PM Coffee Break

3:45 PM University of Modena and Reggio Emilia “Nuove proprietà dei materiali per AM”

4:25 PM Further (Q&A)

5:00 PM End

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Tips and Tricks of Additive Manufacturing

In the last decade, Additive Manufacturing (AM) represents the strongest revolutionary technology in manufacturing. This technology provides smart solutions to manufacturing issues that have so far limited the imagination in mechanical design. Design Freedom, light-weight structures and independence from economies of scale are just few of the benefits provided by AM.

However, the adoption of AM requires radical changes in approaching design and production. New concepts and rules should be introduced throughout the whole product life cycle and critical issues should be assessed to maximize its exploitation.

The seminar aimed to increase confidence in Additive Manufacturing potential and to face the challenges that still characterized these technologies, such as the creation of a continuous process between the AM process and the subtractive post-process, a secure data transfer and the new materials potential.

 

Video interviews:

 

Speakers and video reports:

CRIT

Giulia Broglia

Introduction

Video

TNO

Edwin van den Eijnden

Industrial AM for functional polymer parts

Video

PROSTEP

Martin Holland

IP-Protection and Licensing of 3D-Printed Processes with Blockchain Technology

Video

UNIMORE

Paolo Veronesi

Materiali metallici e trattamenti termici per l’AM

Video

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Industrial internet-of-things (IoT) and supply chain integration

The open seminar Industrial IOT and supply chain integration, part of the series titled Digital transformation for a human-centred industry 4.0, has been organized by t2i in Treviso on Thu 23, Nov 2017.

A key enabler of the digital transformation is the in-depth integration of IT solutions (sensors, data analysis, cloud, ...) in the whole production and logistic processes. Manufacturing companies need to merge product customization and efficient production, so industrial Internet-of-Things is a powerful mean to approach a holistic synergy of global supply chains.

Experts from international research orgs and industry players explained for example how open middleware for prototyping IoT services provide the foundation for interoperable end-to-end testing and proofs of concept (Fraunhofer FOKUS).

The event has also showcased how universities can develop innovative data-driven solutions for automation systems (Dpt of Information Engineering, University of Padova).

The access to an ‘ecosystem of competencies’ involving reliable RTD and industrial players let SMEs ramp up impact of IIoT applications and adopt unconventional business models, integrating e.g. new powerful sensors (STMicroelectronics), remote monitoring, analytics and predictive maintenance for machine tools (beanTech) and efficient Manufacturing Operations Management (Reply).

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speakers

31

companies

4

demo areas

Industrial internet-of-things (IoT) and supply chain integration

The open seminar “Industrial IOT and supply chain integration”, part of the series titled “Digital transformation for a human-centred industry 4.0”, is being organized by t2i in Treviso on Thu 23, Nov 2017.  The event presents an acosystem of competencies able to stimulate unconventional business models: from data to sensor, from idea to solution, from prototype to automation.

 

Abstract

A key enabler of the digital transformation is the in-depth integration of IT solutions (sensors, data analysis, cloud, …) in the whole production and logistic processes. Manufacturing companies need to merge product customization and efficient production, so industrial Internet-of-Things is a powerful mean to approach a holistic synergy of global supply chains.

Experts from international research orgs and industry players will explain for example how open middleware for prototyping IoT services provide the foundation for interoperable end-to-end testing and proofs of concept (Fraunhofer FOKUS).

The event will also showcase how universities can develop innovative data-driven solutions for automation systems (Dpt of Information Engineering, University of Padova).

The access to an ‘ecosystem of competencies’ involving reliable RTD and industrial players let SMEs ramp up impact of IIoT applications and adopt unconventional business models, integrating e.g. new powerful sensors (STMicroelectronics), remote monitoring, analytics and predictive maintenance for machine tools (beanTech) and efficient Manufacturing Operations Management (Reply).

 

Programme
15.00 Registration and demo sessions

15.30 Competitive and digital transformation: from strategies to the role of Digital Innovation Hub
Roberto Santolamazza, managing director
t2i technology transfer and innovation

15.45 System Modeling and Control applied to manufacturing processes
Alessandro Beghi, Full Professor of Industrial Automation, Dpt of Information Engineering (DEI)
University of Padova

16.00 An “ecosystem of competences” to ride the IoT paradigm: from idea validation to system solution
Luciano Pini, Sales Manager IoT South-Europa and President of Anie Componenti Elettronici
STMicroelectronics NV

16.20 Industria 4.0 in una visione olistica della Supply Chain
Patrizia Cavallo, Business Development Manager Brick Reply
Reply S.p.A.

16.50 Monitoring, analytics and predictive maintenance for machine tools and processes: Breton, a success case
Christian Peloso, Executive Sales Manager B.U. Industry 4.0 & Business Analytics
beanTech S.p.A.

17.10 OpenMTC – oneM2M middleware for prototyping IoT services (intervento in inglese)
Ronald Steinke, Business Unit Software-based Networks (NGNI)
Fraunhofer FOKUS Institute for Open Communication Systems

17.45 Q&A and conclusion

18.15 Networking aperitif and demo sessions

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Sustainability and competitiveness

The seminar, organized by CRIT, took place on 16 November 2017 at the Museum of Industrial Heritage in Bologna.

The event approached sustainabiilty integration within companies’ strategy, with particular focus on how Innovation and Key Enabling Technologies can contribute to it. These assist decision makers monitor in real time operation fluxes and performances in order to improve the quality of decisions, making competiveness and Corporate Social Responsibility fully compatible.

Speakers and materials available below.

 

CRIT

Johanna Ronco

Introduction to the workshop

PresentazioneVideo

IMA

Daniele Vacchi

Sustainability as an innovation and governance corporate strategy

PresentazioneVideo

BDO Italia

Marco Caputo

Non-financial reporting to measure and communicate value creation

PresentazioneVideo

Impronta Etica

Elisa Petrini

How to measure social impact

PresentazioneVideo

Tetra Pak

Gianmaurizio Cazzarolli

Evaluation of the environmental performances and its impact on the value chain

PresentazioneVideo

CINECA

Giacomo Scillia

Blockchain as a support tool to micro-investments for environmental sustainability

PresentazioneVideo

SOFIES

Federico Magalini

Measuring sustainability on consumer goods: case studies of industry leaders

PresentazioneVideo

ENERGY WAY

Fabio Ferrari

Increasing processes control through big data analysis — Hera spa case study

PresentazioneVideo

Sustainability and Competiveness: New technologies to provide indicators of economic, environmental and social performances

In close cooperation with various regional companies, CRIT is organising an open seminar on November 16 to discuss the impact as well as potential benefits of new technologies when it comes to corporate social responsibility and competitiveness.

The seminar will approach sustainabiilty integration within companies’ strategy, with particular focus on how Innovation and Key Enabling Technologies can contribute to it. Therefore, both of these assist decision makers monitor in real time operation fluxes and performances, so as to improve the quality of decisions, making competiveness and Corporate Social Responsibility fully compatible.

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