FoF-Impact Project Concludes with Major Workshop
BRUSSELS, 1 December. FoF-Impact, the CSA project aiming to increase the impact of the ‘Factories of the Future’ partnership, concluded today with a major workshop under the theme “Factories of the Future: Making Innovation Happen”.
The workshop showcased the tangible outcomes, pilot actions and the experience gained through the FoF-Impact. Potential impact success factors including market aspects, IP management and upscaling, were discussed. Services associated to these success factors were presented, including a vision to take this further in the future.
The European Factories of the Future Research Association (EFFRA) is an industry-driven association promoting the development of new and innovative production technologies.
EFFRA’s key objective is to promote pre-competitive research on production technologies within the European Research Area by engaging in a public-private partnership with the European Union called 'Factories of the Future'.
‘Factories of the Future’ brings private and public resources together by launching market-orientated cross-border projects through a progressive research and innovation agenda. These projects produce demonstrators and models which are applied in a wide range of manufacturing sectors.