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INESC TEC analyses player performance at the Women’s Euro 2017

INESC TEC analyses player performance at the Women’s Euro 2017

A team of researchers from the Centre for Enterprise Systems Engineering (CESE) and the Laboratory of Artificial Intelligence and Decision Support (LIAAD) of INESC TEC are using artificial intelligence tools to analyse the behaviour of the athletes participating in the Women’s Euro 2017, in the Netherlands. The purpose is to help teams improve their performances.

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INESC TEC coordinates European project within the Factories of the Future

INESC TEC coordinates European project within the Factories of the Future

INESC TEC is the coordinator of the ScalABLE 4.0, an European project H2020 within the Factories of the Future, that intends to develop scalable production systems.

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INESC TEC researcher among 25 Portuguese success cases in European COST programme

INESC TEC researcher among 25 Portuguese success cases in European COST programme

Alexandra Marques, a researcher at INESC TEC’s Centre for Enterprise Systems Engineering (CESE), is one of 25 success cases of the Portuguese participation in all areas of the EU COST (European Cooperation in Science & Technology) Programme.

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Two INESC TEC researchers receive award for Best Pitch

Two INESC TEC researchers receive award for Best Pitch

Sofia Cruz Gomes (Centre for industrial Engineering and Management) and Dario Messina (Centre for Enterprise Systems Engineering), researchers at INESC TEC, received the award for Best Pitch at the 8th Industrial Engineering and Management Symposium (IEMS ’17).

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INESC TEC wants to modernise equipment for industry 4.0

INESC TEC wants to modernise equipment for industry 4.0

In November 2016, INESC TEC kicked off project ADIRA 4.0 where the goal is to respond to the need for innovative and economically viable solutions that make it possible to turn equipment into intelligent components of manufacturing systems. The project is led by INESC TEC’s Centre for Enterprise Systems Engineering (CESE).

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INESC TEC project increases the competitiveness of SMEs

INESC TEC project increases the competitiveness of SMEs

The main goal of project ATM is to obtain timely scheduling solutions, which will then be evaluated using a panel of quantitative indicators, seeking a compromise between deliveries and a cost-efficient use of the tools.

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Advanced robotics technologies make industrial production more innovative

Advanced robotics technologies make industrial production more innovative

Optimising industrial production through robotic innovation is the objective of a new project led by INESC TEC's Centre for Enterprise Systems Engineering (CESE), in partnership with the Centre for Industrial Robotics and Intelligent Systems (CRIIS) and the Centre for Industrial Management and Engineering (CEGI).

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INESC TEC is partner in international 3G energy management platform

INESC TEC is partner in international 3G energy management platform

Managing energy in a global perspective, including different variables such as levels, facilities, geographies, tariffs or technologies, is the challenge INESC TEC's Centre for Enterprise Systems Engineering (CESE) proposes to address in project 3Genergy.

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Experts in collaborative networks meet in Porto

Experts in collaborative networks meet in Porto

INESC TEC’s Centre for Enterprise Systems Engineering (CESE) organised the 17th edition of the IFIP Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises, which took place at the Palácio do Freixo, Porto, between 3 and 5 October.

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INESC TEC and KYAIA in project that assures “agile and flexible” management of sewing lines

INESC TEC and KYAIA in project that assures “agile and flexible” management of sewing lines

The name is SmartSL 4.0 and it’s the most recent project in partnership between INESC TEC and Kyaia.

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INESC TEC demonstrates Logistic Planner solution in London

INESC TEC demonstrates Logistic Planner solution in London

Rui Dias, researcher at INESC TEC’s Centre for Enterprise Systems Engineering (CESE), has demonstrated the Logistic Planner solution at ICAPS 2016 - The 26th International Conference on Automated Planning and Scheduling, which took place in London, UK, between 12 and 17 June.

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INESC TEC starts project on cyber physical production systems

INESC TEC starts project on cyber physical production systems

INESC TEC has recently kicked off the European project BEinCPPS – Business Experiments in Cyber Physical Production Systems, where the goal is to promote the implementation of cyber physical production systems (CPPS) in small and medium enterprises.

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INESC TEC develops tool to optimise manufacturing in SMEs

INESC TEC develops tool to optimise manufacturing in SMEs

INESC TEC’s Centre for Enterprise Systems Engineering (CESE) has developed a software prototype that allows more agile scheduling and a more flexible design and management in make-to-order manufacturing.

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INESC TEC in project with IKEA Industry

INESC TEC in project with IKEA Industry

INESC TEC’s Centre for Enterprise Systems Engineering (CESE) is currently providing services to IKEA Industry. The goal is to design the layout for the production system and thus optimise the use of machines, increasing efficiency and reducing costs. Following this project, IKEA Industry hopes to double their production capacity.

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INESC TEC paper highlighted in North-American professional publication

INESC TEC paper highlighted in North-American professional publication

In August 2015, the paper “Knowledge sharing in project-based organizations: Overcoming the informational limbo”, written by Maria Almeida (former researcher at INESC TEC’s Centre for Enterprise Systems Engineering, CESE) and António Lucas Soares, also from CESE, was highlighted in the newsletter of the Project Management Institute Houston, one of the most important international institutes in the area of project management.

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INESC TEC with differentiating skills in the transportation and mobility sector

INESC TEC with differentiating skills in the transportation and mobility sector

The transportation area is typically associated with civil engineering (namely in terms of planning and infrastructures), but over the past few years INESC TEC has managed to gain a relevant position in this area due to the Associate Laboratory’s multidisciplinary nature. Transportations, mobility and logistics are the foundation of TEC4MOBILITY, an initiative that is taking shape to combine and promote skills in this domain at INESC TEC, and to interface with companies.

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INESC TEC presents technologies as part of EXPLORE

INESC TEC presents technologies as part of EXPLORE

On 16 March, INESC TEC hosted the 1st Matchmaking Event of EXPLORE, a project coordinated by INESC TEC where the goal is to identify and realise opportunities to explore the results of European Research and Technological Development (RTD) projects in the area of manufacturing technologies.

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INESC TEC starts new project on manufacturing industry

INESC TEC starts new project on manufacturing industry

In January 2015, INESC TEC’s Centre for Enterprise Systems Engineering (CESE) started a new project where the goal is to study the main conditions for a combined use of funds (public and private, national and European) in large-scale Research, Development and Innovation (RDI) initiatives in the area of manufacturing industry.

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Workshop discusses network of suppliers for the aeronautics industry

Workshop discusses network of suppliers for the aeronautics industry

INESC TEC’s Centre for Enterprise Systems Engineering (CESE) was one of the organisers and participants of the workshop “Fostering Global Supply Networks for the Aeronautics Industry in Portugal”, which took place on 16 January. In the session, the participants analysed several critical issues for the development of the aeronautics industry, such as the contribution of small technology-based companies to the aeronautics industry and the use of 3D metallic printing in this sector.

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Retail sales can go up by 21%

Retail sales can go up by 21%

The future of the retail industry will involve the use of RFID (radio frequency identification) technology, which makes it possible to optimise the retail cycle management. It was based on this technology that the platform ‘CreativeRetail’ was created, and it not only improves customer satisfaction, but also increases sales between 4 and 21% in stores or store chains. The CreativeRetail was developed by Creativesystems, together with INESC TEC.

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