STREAM-0D project to develop a solution for Zero-Defect Manufacturing successfully comes to an end
STREAM-0D is a project that received funding from the EU’s Horizon 2020 under the public-private partnership ‘Factories of the Future’.
The European project STREAM-0D for the development of a Zero-Defect Manufacturing (ZDM) solution officially ends on 30 September 2020. STREAM-0D, which initially should have ended in March 2020, has obtained an extension of 6 months due to the COVID-19 emergency: the last months have been useful for completing the activities on the production lines of the end-users involved in the project. The main challenge of the STREAM-0D project was to allow industries to adjust the manufacturing processes in real-time, introducing smart decisions based on the forecast of simulation models based on Reduced-Order Modelling (ROM) techniques and data-driven models (DDM), which are mathematical models able to predict potential defects and failures based on machine learning algorithms.