HOPU with the proposal Lottery: Lot-size one manufacturing defects mitigation via agile quality control and digital-driven dynamic and adaptive metrology has been selected by Zero Defects Manufacturing Platform (ZDMP) for the Open Call 2 launch in January 2022 among the 17 winners.
ZDMP is a project from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research. They aim to provide an extendable platform for supporting factories with a high interoperability level to cope with the concept of connected factories to reach the zero defects goal. In this context, ZDMP will allow end-users to connect their systems (i.e. shop floor and ERP Systems) to benefit from the platform’s features. These benefits include products and production quality assurance, among others.
ZDMP Open Call 2.0
The Zero Defects Manufacturing Platform (ZDMP) project EC H2020 Funding split over two separate Open Calls aimed at European SME software developers, tech companies and manufacturers to create, test, validate and integrate innovative zero-defect solutions for Industry4.0 using the ZDMP components, services and platform. The experiment duration is nine months and starts in January 2022.
HOPU submitted the proposal Lottery: Lot-size one manufacturing defects mitigation via agile quality control and digital-driven dynamic and adaptive metrology to digitalise the manufacturing process and quality control and match with our goals for our production system.
HOPU manufactures IoT devices, specialising in developing solutions for measuring air quality in urban and industrial ecosystems. HOPU integrates high-quality sensors into its devices, assembled in its in-house workshop (i.e., all production facilities from HOPU are located at Murcia, Spain).
Specifically, we intend to make use of applications and components such as Digital Twin and Monitoring and Alerting that would allow us to automate the quality control process that consists of checking the values reported by the devices, and that is currently done manually to collect and store all the tests results, quality control results and calibration response, zMaterialID (for the use of this you will also need zRemoteQC) that would allow us to identify the systems and have better traceability and binding system with the CMMS – Computerized Maintenance Management System.
More information about the project can be found: https://www.zdmp.eu/call-2-winners
This project has received cascading funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 825631