ADMA is helping European manufacturing SMEs become digital embracing Industry 4.0 opportunities to their full extent in order to become Factories of the Future. How? Adopting advanced manufacturing solutions and social innovation strategies.
To reach out to the SMEs and to spread the ADMA methodology, Supporting Organisations are key. What do they gain in exchange?
- ADMA methodology training to offer a better support to their network of SMEs by:
- comparing their own Factory of the Future maturity with a European reference;
- showing how to transform their organisation towards the 21st century customer needs;
- demonstrating the benefit of not just ‘adopting technologies as such’, but to know which new technologies really work for them;
- involving them in top-level Learning Network Events with other European SMEs.
- Exclusive access to the community including ADMA training material, tools, regular webinars and Q&A.
- Visibility! Supporting Organisations are featured on the official website of the European Commission for the ADMA initiative.
We are glad to announce and welcome six new Supporting Organisations that have recently joined ADMA:
- University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Electrical Engineering (UL FE), from Slovenia, represented by Luka Mali, Head of MakerLab, University Lecturer (IoT, I 4.0).
- DIH Slovenia, represented by Matjaz Milfelner.
- Irish Manufacturing Research, represented by Maurice O’Conell.
- Digital Innovation Hub Industry 4.0 (DIHBU), from Spain, represented by Alicia Gómez González.
- DIH of the University of Maribor, from Slovenia, represented by Maja Susec.
- PRODUTECH – Associação para as Tecnologias de Produção Sustentável, from Portugal, represented by Pedro Rocha, Executive Director.
Do you also want to become an ADMA Supporting Organisation? Learn more at adma.ec.