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DAT4.Zero - The Future of Zero-Defect Manufacturing

DAT4.Zero - The Future of Zero-Defect Manufacturing

DAT4.Zero ("Data 4.0") will improve the European Manufacturing Industry. The project researches ways to achieve zero-defect manufacturing in smart factories.

DAT4.Zero - Zero Defect Manufacturing, SINTEF
DAT4.Zero - Zero Defect Manufacturing, SINTEF

Project summary

DAT4.ᴢᴇʀᴏ is a project with 20 partners, funded by the European Union. The project will help revolutionize manufacturing by giving European companies tools to succeed in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Factories will become more autonomous by using AI and data to improve manufacturing. 

To learn more about the project, visit the official DAT4.ᴢᴇʀᴏ website.

Project goals:

  • Achieve Zero Defect Manufacturing: Data-driven robotics and AI ensure high quality production.
  • Reduce ramp-up time: "Ramp-up" is the time from product development to maximal production.
  • Decrease time-to-market: Products will be produced and delivered quicker.

Industrial use cases

The industrial use cases are where the technologies of DAT4.Zero are developed and tested in real-world production. Participating companies include Benteler, Bosch, DentsplySirona, ENKI and FERSA. 

Read more about the use cases.

Partners

These are the official partners of the DAT4.Zero project.

DAT4.Zero Partner List of 2021

Funding

DAT4.Zero has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 958363.

Published 20 April 2021
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Project duration

2021 - 2024