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SEE 4.0 Kick-off Meeting in Malta

The kick-off meeting of the project SEE4.0: “Enabling Industry 4.0 in Small European Enterprises” has taken place in Bugibba, Malta, in the conference room of the db San Antonio Hotel + Spa, on the 22 and 23th of November 2019. The meeting was coordinated by MACDAC ENGINEERING CONSULTANCY BUREAU LTD -MECB and attended by representatives of all project partner organisations , specifically by: Danmar Computers, Ludor Engineering, University Politehnica of Bucharest, KAINOTOMIA, INSTALOFI LEVANTE SL-FYG, EMPORIKO KAI VIOMICHANIKO EPIMELITIRIO HERAKLIOU-HCCI.

The meeting was devoted to various presentations on partners’ organizations, project management tool and discussion on task division among partners, agreements on the intellectual outputs, and explanation of both the dissemination and evaluation plans. We established our project plan, strengthened our collaboration relationships and planned our next common steps and communication.

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The main aim of the SEE4.0: “Enabling Industry 4.0 in Small European Enterprises” project is to strengthen key competences (required by Industry 4.0) of SMEs owners and managers through developing innovative training materials in order to train and equip this group with Industry 4.0 relevant knowledge, skills and competences. SMEs having owners and managers aware of Ind4.0 and equipped with skills to implement Ind4.0 solutions, that are inevitable in today’s and future business market conditions, will have ability to gain competitiveness. It will do it through developing an Introducing Industry 4.0 to SMEs – practical implementation paper, SEE4.0 modular training components and SEE4.0 toolkit with customized learning paths. The content produced by the project will be tailored to the needs of learners, as practical as possible, with case studies and best practices gathered right from the field where SME operate, in contrast to many already available theoretical materials, coming from research organizations or consulting companies, hardly applicable in SME settings.

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