DIH4AI Winter School and the Cluster 4.0 Final Conference to be held at the CIIRC

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The end of January will bring events focused on innovative SMEs. On 24-25 January 2023, the DIH4AI Winter School for SMEs will take place, presenting the latest AI trends in manufacturing and the technology transfer process. The final conference of the Cluster 4.0 project will follow on Thursday 26 January, focusing on Industry 4.0 topics.

 

 

 

DIH4AI Winter School for SMEs

When:     24 January 2023, 13:00 – 17:00
25 January 2023, 9:00 – 17:00

Where:    CIIRC CTU, Jugoslávských partyzánů 3, Praha 6

DIH4AI Winter Schools is two-day series of lectures, workshops and case studies focused on AI-driven manufacturing. Participants will get an overview of the latest AI-based technologies and gain insight into the technology transfer process, including funding options. Specific use cases will be presented as well as the path to a custom AI-based solution for more efficient production. The program will be held in English.

Program and registration (continuously updated).

Cluster 4.0 Conference

When:      26 January 2023, 9:00-17:00

Where:     CIIRC CTU, Jugoslávských partyzánů 3, Praha 6

The final conference of the Cluster 4.0 Project – System Integration Methodology will present the results of a 4-year research project focused on one of the most challenging topics of Industry 4.0 – system integration. The final conference will bring together the international network of academic and industrial partners. It will also give innovative SMEs a chance to get an insight into Industry 4.0 topics such as flexible production, energy optimization, or data-driven production. The conference program will be held in the Czech language.

This event is brought to you by RICAIP and CIIRC CTU within the Cluster 4.0 Project, in collaboration with the National Center for Industry 4.0.

Program and registration (continuously updated).

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