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Humle – Human Perspective, Machine-Learning ERP-systems

Expected results is related to demonstrating the logic of and demands on (1) future ERP-systems and (2) work organization that will enable both flexibility of manufacturing and a human view on flexible hours and task depending on skills and knowledge of the manufacturing line. The results can be applicable in the manufacturing industry and have potential to provide great value to the Swedish industry.

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Participating researcher(s)

Topics

Digitalization, Flexible production

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Project time

2019-2019

Budget

500 000 kronor

Partners

RISE AB

Alderholmens Mekaniska AB

Cross Control AB

Drivex AB

Ex Te Fabriks AB

Konfig Design AB

Metall-Produkter i Edsbyn AB

Mittuniversitetet

Mitt X Aluminiumproffset AB

Monitor ERP System AB

Scandymet AB

XLENT AB

Funding

SIP Produktion2030