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A short status update on EIT Manufacturing activities e.g. Ongoing project call, Timeline for 2019, Education Working Group development on MSc programmes and Guided Learning.
Students and developers all over Europe took part in the 48-hour hackathon
EIT Manufacturing organized its first Match Making event in San Sebastian, Spain, bringing together more than 150 European experts to start building one of the largest manufacturing innovation communities in the world.
We invite all interested parties within Aalto (primarily professors, researchers and teachers) to hear about and discuss the innovation and education activity opportunities offered by the EIT Manufacturing Community to Aalto community.
One hundred master and doctoral students will develop 5G and IoT application during the first weekend in May. There are still a few places available for corporate partners!
Aalto University develops digital twins for the manufacturing industry together with Konecranes, Ideal PLM, Siemens, Remion and RD Velho.Aalto University is creating a network of companies interested in developing digital twin technology. Start-ups and SMEs offering products or services in analytics, product development and maintenance are of special interest, but the network welcomes everyone interested in the field.
Digital twins are virtual copies of their physical pairs and can transform product development and maintenance.
Do you have questions on digitalisation and its impacts? Want to know more on AI, platforms or industrial internet? Are you interested in circular economy, ecosystems or wellbeing technologies? Call a researcher!
Fifteen researchers offered their knowledge on digitalization through free one hour Skype discussions.
Several Aalto Industrial Internet Campus professors participate in the new Nordic IoT Hub. The Hub provides opportunities to researchers and doctoral students for short research visits, joint events, and joint research initiatives such as sharing data sets.
Aalto University takes a strong role in EU funded research on communication and validation of smart data in IoT-networks
The project will develop and establish the basis for an unambiguous, universal, safe and uniform communication of metrological data in the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0.
Collecting data from a fleet of installed products can improve condition monitoring and predictive maintenance services.
The project partners include Aalto University, Konecranes, Siemens Osakeyhtiö, Ideal PLM, RD Velho and Remion.