WELCOME to ICED21 in Gothenburg, Sweden!
The industry has traditionally had three main manufacturing methods to choose from: casting, welding and cutting machining.
Via Produktion2030, IUC arranges a distance workshop together with RISE for all small and medium-sized companies.
Join us at the Industry Day!
Can collaborative robots be something for your company?
How can you increase the value of your business?
To remain competitive, the industry must apply smart automation from purchasing and warehousing to final assembly and delivery.
Digital Technologies as Key Enabler for Circularity Perspectives on the Future of Manufacturing
Karakuri IoT (Internet of Things) is a new approach to introducing digitization and smart industry in industrial companies. Karakuri IoT is human-centered and is based on the needs that is experienced by humans in the system.
The new SABACE project, which stands for Sustainable Automated Assembly for Customized Products, focuses on solving dynamic needs in assembly systems.
The Vinnova-financed project Test bed LIGHTest was completed in the spring of 2021. In the four years that the project has been running, thirteen industrial pilot projects and five assignments together with small and medium-sized companies have been completed. The majority of the projects (70 percent) have led to direct business benefits and implementation. LIGHTest is of particular interest to members of the Manufacturing Cluster for Forming and Joining, but also to others.
Increased digitization of production has many potential benefits, but increased knowledge of standards is important for companies to be able to take advantage of the opportunities. It is a challenge to relate to the large number of standards and standardization work that is underway. To meet these needs, this forum is created for Swedish industry.
On 5-6 May, it was time for this year's edition of the Manufacturing R&D Cluster Conference with the theme: Sustainable manufacturing - green value chains. The conference set a new record with 485 participants.
Anna Öhrwall Rönnbäck: Doctoral students in doctoral courses with industry participants share new experiences with new acquaintances. Professors who lead the courses absorb new ideas from rewarding discussions. It is not about ONE source of knowledge but how we together seek knowledge to solve urgent challenges.