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The concept of digital twin can provide solutions for the challenges faced in smart manufacturing, e.G. For predictive maintenance (pdm) techniques. Even though predictive maintenance and digital twins expected to have a high impact on future smart manufacturing and engineering, there are still very few functioning...

Recent advances in technology, from wireless sensor networks to big data processing and analysis, are changing our cities radically. Urban policymaking is a fundamental aspect of such transformation and can benefit from these emerging technologies with new supporting tools and an optimised processes. The polder...

Additive manufacturing (am) is becoming more mainstream for prototyping, tooling and production. However, the industry has pointed out that there is a clear need to create an accessible expertise on “which technology for which application for am process/technology/material”. Therefore, the major goal of the samuel...

The development and operation of secure, large-scale iot systems is difficult. Technological platforms providing the necessary building blocks to integrate devices and backbone logic exist, but do not address the major concerns of today's software-intensive systems: security, agility and a need for continuous...

Businesses are currently having to deal with a data set that is more than they can handle. Today’s necessity is not the usage of data analytics, it is the utilisation of combined technologies in which data analytics are executed to make sense out of the data. The scope of the project is to build a universal model for...

Raising the productivity and competitiveness of European businesses through technology. Boosting national economies on the international market, and strengthening the basis for sustainable prosperity and employment.