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Giulia Barbano, Project Manager at IES will be presenting during the Stream-0D webinar "A New Vision For Zero-Defect Manufacturing" on Friday 27th March 2020. Giulia will discuss IES' involvement in the project, detailing how IES is leading the activities related to cloud-based technologies, particularly focusing on cloud storage and computing, data acquisition and cloud-based communications for the interoperability of the different tools.
STREAM-0D is a European-wide project funded within the Horizon 2020 framework programme, which has the ambition to tackle one of the main challenges of the manufacturing industry: reaching a zero-defect production.
The webinar aims at providing an insight of the STREAM-0D solution, showcasing goals and results of the project and its real case scenarios applications in automotive production lines: brake boosters, tapered-roller bearings and rubber car sealings.
2:00pm - 2:10pm (CET) - Opening and Welcome (Fulvio Bernardini, Day One, Communication and Dissemination Manager)
2:10pm - 2:20pm (CET) - STREAM-0D: Real-Time Simulation for Zero-Defect Manufacturing Overview of the project (Josè Ramon Valdes, ITAINNOVA, Project Coordinator)
2:20pm - 3:20pm (CET) - The STREAM-0D Solution: Modules Implementation
3:30pm - 4:15pm (CET) Real case scenarios: the application of STREAM-0D in the automotive industry
4:15pm (CET) End of session
Please note: the webinar will be in English.
27th Mar 2020 @ 14:00