Customizable digital platform that introduces artificial intelligence into SME production processes.

Start: October 2020
End: March 2024
G.A. 952119


  • SUPSI | Scuola Universitaria Professionale della Svizzera Italiana
  • Holonix SRL
  • CRIT SRL | Centro di Ricerca e Innovazione tecnologica srl
  • Teknologian tutkimuskeskus VTT Oy
  • Ginkgo analytics gmbh
  • R2M solution srl
  • Martel gmbh
  • ART-ER-societa consortile per azioni
  • European dynamics luxembourg sa
  • Politechnika warszawska university of technology
  • Gate spa
  • Agencia estatal consejo superior deinvestigaciones cientificas
  • Rovimatica sl
  • Dimac srl
  • Inovacijski centar nikola tesla
  • Wamtechnik spolka z ograniczona odpowiedzialnoscia
  • Ideal-tek sa
  • Ghepi srl

Project goals

The project targets European SMEs and mid-cap companies to provide them with tailored, industry-ready solutions.

Specifically, the purpose is to define a modular, customizable digital platform introducing artificial intelligence into their manufacturing systems.

The role of Holonix

Holonix is responsible of the "SENSE and INTERVENE" modules, that is to identify all those parameters of machines, production environment and operators to be analyzed in order to intervene and improve the manufacturing processes and the working environment.

Holonix will collect data from the manufacturing environment and transform them into a digital resource, so that they can be analyzed and studied through the use of artificial intelligence modules provided by the project partners.

To achieve its goal, it will use i-Live Machines.

i-Live Machines

Key competences to be strengthened or acquired

Thanks to the participation in the project, Holonix will improve its skills in data gathering and communication with artificial intelligence systems that are different from those it uses at the moment.

The i-Live Machines product-service, already available on the market, will also be improved, and new functionalities will be implemented.

IoT Technologies and Applications

Product-Service Business

Technological and Methodological Support

Operation and Innovation Management

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