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project summary 

Approved by the INTERREG Portugal-Spain Programme, as a result of a partnership between GAIN, AIMEN, ACLUNAGA, CATIM, INES TEC and ANI, the MANUFACTUR 4.0 project aims to transfer the Naval-Metal-mechanical sector of the Euro-Region Galicia-North Portugal, of new advanced production technologies, as real and measurable examples of the improvements resulting from the introduction of R+D+i processes.

This objective will translate into the following advantages:

-  Intensification of relations between research centers and companies;

- Incentive effect in terms of the implementation of 4.0 technologies in a strategic sector for the Euro-Region Galicia-Norte de Portugal.

This project fits into the specific objective OE1B – Improving the participation of the business sector in innovation processes and in R+D+i activities closer to the market.

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TECHNOLOGICAL MISSIONS TO GERMANY

November and December 2019

Between November 20 and 22, 2019, ACLUNAGA organized, with the collaboration of CATIM, within the scope of the MANUFACTUR4.0 project, a Technological Mission to Hamburg , Germany, aimed at companies in the naval and metalworking sector in Galicia and North of Portugal. The purpose of this visit was to facilitate the access and transfer of knowledge in terms of advanced i4.0 technologies, allowing to know, in loco , success cases associated with the new industrial paradigm.

The entities visited were:

- Technical University of Hamburg (TUHH)

- Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH (BIBA)

- MEYER WERFT

- Wolfsburg Volkswagen

Projeto MANUFACTUR4.0

Projeto MANUFACTUR4.0

Missão Hamburgo

Missão Hamburgo

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Missão Hamburgo

Missão Hamburgo

Between December 2 and 4, 2019, CATIM organized, with the collaboration of ACLUNAGA, within the scope of the MANUFACTUR4.0 project, a Technological Mission to Stuttgart , Germany, aimed at companies in the naval and metalworking sector in Galicia and the North of Portugal. The purpose of this visit was to facilitate the access and transfer of knowledge in terms of advanced i4.0 technologies, allowing to know, in loco , success cases associated with the new industrial paradigm.

The entities visited were:

- Bosch Manufacturing Solutions GmbH (i4.0 Guided Tour Feuerbach Plant)

- Festo AG & Co. KG : Technology Plant Scharnhausen

- Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation

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Projeto MANUFACTUR4.0

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BOSCH

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Visita Bosch 11/2019

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Visita Bosch 11/2019

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Missão Estugarda

FESTO

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Missão Estugarda

Visita FESTO 11/2019

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Missão Estugarda

Visita Fraunhofer

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Missão Estugarda

Visita Fraunhofer 11/2019

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MISSAO ESTUGARDA

MISSAO ESTUGARDA

eLEARNING PLATFORM

Within the scope of this project, an online course was prepared and made available, covering six different training contents or technological themes, which is available for general access via an e-learning platform. This course is particularly aimed at the business community in the naval and metalworking sectors (Languages: Portuguese and Spanish).

The training contents provided cover various topics, such as: augmented reality, robotic cutting and welding, robotic machine tending, non-contact dimensional control (3D scanning), among others.

To request the credentials to access the course, it will be necessary to fill out and send the registration form. 

MISSION REVERSE

november 2020

On November 19, 2020, as part of the MANUFACTUR4.0 project, a webinar was held with the objective of presenting the main results achieved with this project, specifically the technological demonstrators that were developed. This session featured a debate panel where several companies in the naval and metalworking sector were invited to participate and present their contributions regarding the themes under consideration. Several bilateral meetings were also held with invited companies, with the aim of sharing experiences and identifying future projects. 

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CLOSING DAY

December 2020

The Galician Innovation Agency – GAIN and the MANUFACTUR 4.0 consortium, of which CATIM is a partner, organized, on December 3rd, an event that marked the end of this project. The event, which took place in digital format and in which the main results of this project were presented, had the participation of Salvador Naya Fernández, Vice-Rector of the University of A Coruña. This session also included the holding of a "Debate Table", consisting of representatives of the various partner institutions of the Consortium, and which was present, representing CATIM, Vânia Pacheco, responsible for the CATIM Projects Unit.

Co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), under the INTERREG VA Spain – Portugal (POCTEP) 2014-2020 program, the MANUFACTUR 4.0 project aimed at the study, development and transfer, to the Industry of the Naval and Metalworking sectors, of new technological solutions that will make all the difference in responding to the challenges faced by these companies under i4.0.

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