CARSA is a leading international strategic research, innovation and technology management consultancy, with 35 years of experience in executing projects/service contracts, providing advisory services and assistance to public authorities and private clients, and monitoring and evaluating the development of policies, projects and programmes with a focus on digital transformation/innovation, industrial modernisation, SMEs and entrepreneurship.
CARSA will be the WASABI coordinator (WP7 leader).
BIBA is an engineering research institute exploring the technological and organizational challenges and the opportunities presented by the human-centric digitalization of logistics and production processes.
BIBA will lead WP2 focused on designing and developing the digital assistance solutions and will provide significant parts of the core infrastructure (COALA assistant).
UNIMORE and, specifically the Department of Physics, Informatics and Math, has extensive expertise in data analytics, system security & safety, and digital manufacturing.
They will technically support the design and development of software components supporting hybrid decision-making and lead the data management activities.
SYXIS association delivers digital circular technologies for the manufacturing sector.
They will be responsible for the waste inspector developments, serve as use case/experiments facilitator, and lead the dissemination activities and WP6.
SINTEF is a broad, multidisciplinary research organization with top-level international expertise in technology, the natural sciences, medicine, and the social sciences. SINTEF is the leader of WP1 and will coordinate the requirements monitoring, including progress checks, revision, and extension of the requirements list, and is also the administrative coordinator of the open calls. Furthermore, SINTEF will take an exploitation role with MEWS.
TTTECH is an industrial IT provider offering highly innovative software technology solutions to various sectors to support digital transformation.
They will be a technology integrator with a leading role in integrating the assistance solutions in the experiment end-users (edge) infrastructure.
ATLANTIS is an SME offering ICT services and bespoke products to the manufacturing industry.
Also, an active IDSA member.
ATLANTIS will be responsible for the federation module for shop adaptation and serve as a use case/experiments facilitator for deploying WASABI solutions.
ICCS is an engineering-focused academic institute with a strong background in developing advanced ICT for manufacturing.
It has already developed a component that builds predictive quality models and prescribes mitigating actions, which will directly contribute to supporting WASABI hybrid decision-making features.
ICCS will also lead the technology development for software royalty management, capitalizing on its competencies in smart contract management and tracking technologies.
MEWS is a consulting company with a plethora of tools and methods for the technology-driven innovation potential of the manufacturing sector.
MEWS will be involved in the requirements elicitation, through use case refinement, evaluation, and validation, incl. recommendations for identifying business opportunities (WP4 lead).
They will prepare and monitor the change management approach and drive the exploitation activities.
REINOVA is an industrial company with deep knowledge of automotive battery testing and safety and cybersecurity battery systems validation.
They will be end-user in one of the archetype experiments and specifically the one for the assisted quality assurance for sustainable products.
KUL, specifically its CiTiP (research center at the Faculty of Law and Criminology of KU Leuven), is specialised in the legal and ethical aspects of IT innovation and intellectual property.
CiTiP will deal with the legal and ethical issues in the WASABI project.
It will evaluate the assistant-relevant contract and tort law frameworks and assess how potential regulatory gaps can be remedied in an AI context (SSH partner).
i-Deal Srl is an innovative SME that designs and develops IT solutions, supported by Artificial Intelligence technologies, such as Image Analysis and Machine Learning. The company’s core business, which started with the creation of SizeYou, a solution for remote anthropometric data collection, focuses on the medical, wellness & fitness and textile sectors. i-Deal is an active partner of several European projects, which are a source of continuous updating in terms of Research & Development.
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ITB stands for the Institute of Technology and Education of the University of Bremen and focuses on VET research with the subject areas of initial and continuing VET and occupations and vocational training systems.
Capitalizing on its scientific work and accumulated experience, ITB will be the leading partner for the development of learning concepts and media for human-AI collaboration (SSH partner).
TRIMEK is a metrological systems and solutions manufacturer.
They will be end-users and develop a module that measures manufacturing scrap pieces and improves the preparation of metrology tools via an assistant.
CROMA is a surgical instrument provider founded already in 1935.
CROMA will be an end-user in the validation process of the WASABI Waste Inspector.
EPISCAN is a Canarian-based company, which produces Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). This PPEs have been certified by the Spanish Agency for Medicines and Health Products (AEMPS). Its main products are masks, which are manufactured in two types: surgical and FFP2 without exhalation valve. The masks are manufactured in EPISCAN facilities in Tenerife, and then distributed in the Canary Islands and a large part of Spain.
Within WASABI project, EPISCAN will be primarily involved in validating and evaluating various WASABI digital assistance solutions. The main focus is on the onboarding assistant, that contains what new workers should focus on during the onboarding process. In addition, WASABI will demonstrate its solution with EPISCAN, providing assistance for quality checks and material testing.
SILK-BIO, a silk-based prosthetics manufacturer, will be an end-user in the validation process of assistance solutions on product quality testing.
INNOVALIA has a strong background in ICT solutions focused on manufacturing SMEs.
Innovalia is part of the Digital Innovation Hub for Cyber-Physical Production Systems (CPPS), which is part of the I4MS (www.i4ms.eu) DIH network.
INNO will be the technical coordinator of the Open Calls (WP5 leader).