PreCoM is a 3-year project, funded by the Horizon 2020 Programme, which aims to deploy and test a predictive cognitive maintenance decision-support system to improve preventive maintenance and ultimately increase in-service efficiency of machines. It will be demonstrated in three different use cases with low volume, high volume and continuous manufacturing.

NEWS

Executive Board Meeting in Växjö (Sweden)

The first Executive Board Meeting will be held in Växjö (Sweeden) at the premises of the project coordinator LNU. The Workpackage leaders will present their newest results to the Advisory Board members and the project monitor expert appointed by the european...

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EVENTS

Workshop in Spain

From 15th to 17th of January PreCoM partners assembled in Spain for a workshop on the use-cases. After a first discussion and a tour at IK4-IDEKO, the fascilities of the use-case companies SAKANA and Goma-Camps were visited.

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SOCIAL NEWS

Thanks to @ITMATI for hosting us during #H2020 #PreCoM WP3 and WP4 workshop in Santiago de Compostela, Spain (19-20/4/18). We had two very inspiring and producitve days. Thanks to #InvestEUresearch @EU_H2020 #FactoriesoftheFuture #innovation #Industry40

Executive Board Meeting of @PreCoM_Project @LNU_Research in Växjö has just started. We welcome our Advisory Board members from #VDW, @LHTechnik and @UniStavanger who joined us for this meeting. #H2020 #EUresearch #InvestEUresearch @EU_H2020

As part of the @PreCoM_project, our Institute for #MachineTools and #IndustrialManagement (iwb) develops the next level of #maintenance systems: Predictive Maintenance increases the machine availability and reduces maintenance costs. #PreCoM #H2020 #InvestEUresearch @EU_H2020

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About us

PreCoM has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme FOF 09-2017 under grant agreement No 768575. 17 Partners from 6 countries are involved in the project: 3 end-user factories, 3 machine-tool suppliers, 1 leading component supplier, 4 innovative SMEs and 6 research institutes.