NWO has awarded the ZORRO project: Engineering for Zero Downtime in Cyber-Physical Systems via Intelligent Diagnostics. This grant comes from the call Next Generation High-tech-Equipment: cyber-physical systems (KIC).
Project leader Marielle Stoelinga is very pleased with this success:“The added value for companies is interesting. This way of working means less unscheduled downtime, less waste In materials, energy and time, and less needs of experienced personnel.”
The project is a collaboration between UT, VU, Saxion and TNO-ESI. Companies involved are ASML, Canon Production Printers, ITEC, Philips and ThermoFisher Scientific.