New AI tools and methods for an unprecedented productivity and competitiveness of European manufacturers...
For the first time, AIMS5.0 will develop a joint approach for implementing AI and AI-enabled hardware overarching different industrial domains.
AI technology and a human-centered digitalisation across the whole industrial value chain will translate into a new groundbreaking productivity and overall sustainability.
Creating new AI tools and methods, AIMS5.0 will come up with innovative chip technology across the complete value chain to be adopted and implemented by European producers. They, in turn, will benefit from decreased time-to-market and increased user acceptance of versatile technology offerings.
Efficiency, the key to decoupling growth from an ever-increasing thirst for energy...
Along with its advances, the industrial sector is concomitantly one of the main consumers of the worldwide energy. This is why Europe has put in place the Green Deal to achieve sustainable development goals, seeking to transform into a future-oriented, resource-efficient, competitive and still growing economy.
Despite the transformation of industry towards this path, the quest for reducing industrial CO2 emissions still limits the industry dynamics and decelerates advances. To meet with the new demands, it is essential to overcome the conflict of goals by decoupling growth from the use of resource. The key is simple, but challenging: a way higher efficiency.
The challenge is to make the European industry act as an enabler for the Green Deal, increasing performance and productivity in a sustainable and resilient manner. AIMS5.0 intends to come up with innovative tools and methods taking efficiency to unknown hights.
Project results for a viable eco-efficiency to mesh sustainability with competitive excellence...
Industry5.0 is the coming standard going beyond mere efficiency and productivity as sole objectives. Reinforcing the contribution of industry to society while respecting the limits of our planet, it will round up previous developments since the beginning of industrialisation.
It all started in 1780 when steam propelled the initial Industrial Revolution; electricity powered the second; preliminary automation and machinery engineered the third; and cyber-physical systems shape the ongoing Fourth Industrial Revolution, also known as Industry4.0.
While companies are still busy with the digital transformation integrating all entities in the supply chain through the IoT network, Industry5.0 is already on its way. In the words of the European Commission, it complements the Industry 4.0 approach by “putting research and innovation at the service of the transition to a sustainable, human-centric and resilient European industry”.
With its research results, AIMS5.0 will pave the way to Industry5.0 and enable manufacturers to square productivity with environmental responsibility leading to a viable eco-efficiency that meshes sustainability with competitive excellence.