These projects, developed mainly by SMEs, include work in Artificial Intelligence, Extended Reality, or Additive Manufacturing

In its continued commitment to Innovation, the Andalucía Aerospace cluster coordinates three innovation projects in industrial digitalization in collaboration with several of its associated companies.These investments by companies, which amount to more than one million euros, are supported in the form of a subsidy by the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism within its program for Innovative Business Groups (AEI).

These initiatives are part of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan through the Next Generation EU funds of the European Union.
The objective of the cluster, through these actions, is to promote technological and innovative developments in SME companies. In this case, the projects have focused on developments in Artificial Intelligence, Additive Manufacturing and Extended Reality.

Approved projects

The ANÁLISIS-F2 project proposes the development of advanced solutions related to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) in the value chain of the manufacturing of metal components in the aerospace sector. This second phase will focus on artificial intelligence (AI) tools and will promote the development of advanced human-machine communication interfaces in relevant production environments.
4i Intelligent Insights, Ningenia, Sevilla Control, Vixion participate.

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The IMAGINA project investigates the design and implementation of innovative tools in processes in which human visual inspection plays a unique and fundamental role. It is about creating a prototype, based on the combined application of Artificial Vision and AI to automate and create new capabilities for the different use cases of image analysis for identification of corroded areas and inspection of welding processes.
CT engineers, Solar MEMS Technology and Titania participate.

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The IMPULSO-F3 project proposes a methodology that allows the implementation of additive technology in the manufacturing production chain of the aerospace sector. The objective is to consolidate additive manufacturing in the space sector, always maintaining a firm commitment to certification and compliance with regulations, given that the space sector requires high quality standards.
Cubicoff Open Engineering, FADA-CATEC, Sevilla Control, Solar MEMS Technologies participate.

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