Video Systems invests on research activities and it is partner of important projects that develop the theme of “zero defect” production processes
For a long time Video Systems has been part of different research European projects, where the company offers its 30 years experience in the field of product quality control and process quality control. These are occasions to share competences, to study and to grow together with institutions and organizations from all over the world.
Among the others, Video Systems is part of the InterQ project together with 24 partners like organizations, universities and companies coming from 11 Countries.
The main objective of the European project InterQ is to measure, predict and control the quality of the manufactured products, manufacturing process and gathered data to assure Zero-Defect-Manufacturing approach across the supply chain.
The project will employ new generation of Digital Technologies such as digital twins, virtual sensors, AI-driven decision support systems etc.
In the last few months Video Systems presented the project during 2 important fairs that usually take place in Italy but have an international audience: SamuExpo, Pordenone, the most important event in the mechanical sector, and A&T, Automation & Testing, Turin, the most important fair for quality control and measures. During these events, Video Systems has presented the project to the guests that came along the booth and during a workshop. We are proud to be part of European projects and to offer our experience for the enhancement of production according a “zero defect” approach that affects different manufacturing sectors.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation. Programme under grant agreement No. 958357 and it is an initiative of the Factories-of-the-Future (FoF) Public Private Partnership.