Sense&React partner UniSkovde provides online the implementation of the Cognitive Load Assessment Method (CLAM) http://www.clam.se/. CLAM is one of project’s results and can be used for assessing the cognitive load experienced by the operators in the shop floor
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Sense&React @ ICT 2015 Lisbon
LMS participated in the networking session entitled Digital Integration in Factories of the Future organized by the European Factories of the Future Research Organization (EFFRA) and presented Sense&React approach to a group of people from the industry and academia.
Sense&React @ Berlin Co-summit 2015
LMS participated in Berlin Co-summit 2015 with Sense&React booth. Many event participants had the chance to get more information on project activities.
Sense&React Workshop @ ENP
On 18-19 November 2014 Sense&React RTD partners along with ENP experts had a technical workshop in Peniche/Portugal for installing the preliminary version of Sense&React system customized for the needs of the Shipyard industry.
Starting with an introductory session into Sense&React solution to shipyard personnel the workshop proceeded with field installation, testing and feedback of Sense&React technology. Sense&React experts had the chance to install software and hardware (such as display, sensors, computing) in real industrial environment, perform tests based on real user scenarios and get feedback from ENP shop floor personnel.
Sense&React White Paper
The Sense&React white paper has been published. You may download it and get a better insight on the objectives and expected benefits within project 4 industrial pilot cases.
Sense&React @ World Manufacturing Forum 2014
Industry leaders, policy makers, and engineering researchers from 45 nations contributed to increasing confidence in the manufacturing sector’s ability to contribute to global prosperity. Supported by the European Commission, the World Manufacturing Forum 2014 addressed topics such as the sector’s problems and opportunities across the technical, economic, and educational domains. Other trends which were identified included: next-shoring, automation, bigdata, component tracking, workforce development & cyber-security
Sense&React coordinator, LMS , participated in the activities of the World Manufacturing Forum (WMF) 2014 event held in Milan, 1-2 July 2014. LMS people had the opportunity to discuss and provide feedback to Sense&React developments with a number of WMF 2014 participants.
Sense&React workshop @ Electrolux
On 7-8 May 2014 Sense&React RTD partners along with Electrolux experts had a technical workshop for installing the preliminary version of Sense&React system customized for the needs of the white goods industry.
Starting with an introductory session into Sense&React solution to factory personnel the workshop proceeded with field installation, testing and feedback of Sense&React technology. Sense&React experts had the chance to install software and hardware (such as display, sensors, computing) in real industrial environment, perform tests based on real user scenarios and get feedback from Electrolux shop floor personnel.
Sense&React @ Aachen Machine Tool Colloquium (AWK) 2014
For more than 65 years, the Aachen Machine Tool Colloquium (AWK) is involved in current developments of production technologies which experience new dynamics by the topic of “Industry 4.0”. Sense&React partner FIR has participated in this exciting event and had the opportunity to present how Sense&React technology meets the “Industry 4.0” vision in different sub-domains of production and IT.
The 28th AWK took place from May 22nd to 23rd in 2014 in Aachen.
Localization installation at FIR
Sense&React @ Industrial Technologies 2014
Industrial Technologies 2014 was held for the 3rd time in Athens, Greece, on April 9-11, 2014.
The event was participated by over 1300 delegates, among which 150 high-level speakers presenting nanotechnology, biotechnology, advanced materials and new production technologies.
Sense&React coordinator, LMS and Sense&React partner EMPHASIS had the opportunity to discuss and provide feedback to Sense&React developments.