European Success Stories
for the factory of the future.
a roadmap for predictive maintenance, which may serve as a guideline for companies that want to adapt and adopt predictive
ForeSee Vision and Objectives
ForeSee Cluster aims to develop sustainable predictive maintenance solutions for the factory of the future. The main objective of the cluster is to create a roadmap for predictive maintenance, which may serve as a guideline for companies that want to adapt and adopt predictive maintenance solutions
The ForeSee Cluster consists of six European projects, which are funded under the EU H2020 FoF-9 call – Novel design and predictive maintenance technologies for increased operating life of production systems.
ForeSee Cluster Webinar Series
Predictive Maintenance: European success stories
The progressive and pervasive digitisation of industry brings a paramount opportunity to enhance the productivity of manufacturing and assembly operations. In this context, state-of-the-art production systems implement Predictive Maintenance (PdM) solutions to complement preventive maintenance scheduling and avoid costly unexpected breakdowns and corrective maintenance actions.
Many successful European industries are implementing such kind of solutions to increase reliability and uptime of manufacturing equipment while reducing the associated mean time to repair. ForeSee, a European Cluster of six innovative R&D projects –, , , , , – on PdM solutions is offering a series of three webinars on sustainable PdM solutions organised by .
The ForeSee webinars will present relevant use-cases developed within the six R&D projects and the related technologies deployed from the shopfloor to cloud infrastructure. Each meeting will be opened by a keynote speech on relevant technologies and trends in the manufacturing field and at the end participants will have the opportunity to join an open discussion with project partners.
Online, Sep 24, 2020, 16:00-17:30 CEST
PdM Platforms & Microservices for Manufacturing Operations
In the Webinar #1, the main aspects of Platforms and Microservices for Manufacturing PdM aspects is presented, together with the showcase of white goods and machine tool applications of UPTIME, SERENA and PRECOM projects.
Online, Oct 20, 2020, 16:00-17:30 CEST
Reliability and Tools for PdM Application
In the Webinar #2, the main aspects of reliability and tools for PdM application will be presented, together with the showcase of machine tool application of Z-BRE4K, PROPHESY and PROGRAMS projects.
Online, Nov 26, 2020, 16:00-17:30 CET
How to Measure ROI of PdM Applications
In the Webinar #3, the main aspects of ROI measurements of PdM application will be presented, together with the showcase of production systems in the aviation and automative industry of UPTIME and PROPHESY projects.
News & Events
Athens, Greece, June 15-18, 2021
Flexible Automation and Intelligent Manufacturing (FAIM) 2021
ForeSee Cluster projects UPTIME, SERENA and Z-BRE4K will take part at the FAIM2020 conference. Z-BRE4K partners will jointly participate at the “Emerging technologies and paradigms for achieving Zero Defect Manufacturing” special session.
Online, Nov 26, 2020
Webinar #3 – How to Measure ROI of PdM Applications
ForeSee Cluster orgnises a webinar series presenting relevant use cases developed within the six EU projects and the related technologies deployed from the shopfloor to cloud infrastructure. Webinar #3 showcases implementation in production systems in the aviation and automative industry of UPTIME and PROPHESY projects.
Tarbes, France, Nov 17, 2020
Interoperability for Maintenance Workshop
ForeSee Cluster projects UPTIME, SERENA and Z-BRE4K are jointly co-organised an international workshop on “Interoperability for Maintenance Semantic Model, Terminology and Ontology: Advances and way forward for the maintenance of the future” in conjunction with the I-ESA 2020 conference. The workshop will take place on 17 Nov 2020 from 13:30 – 15:30 CET.
Online, Oct 20, 2020
Webinar #2 – Reliability and Tools for PdM Application
ForeSee Cluster orgnises a webinar series presenting relevant use cases developed within the six EU projects and the related technologies deployed from the shopfloor to cloud infrastructure. Webinar #2 showcases implementation in the Machine Tools by the Z-BRE4K, PROGRAMS and PROPHESY projets.
Online, Sept 24, 2020
Webinar #1 – PdM Platforms & Microservices for Manufacturing
ForeSee Cluster orgnises a webinar series presenting relevant use cases developed within the six EU projects and the related technologies deployed from the shopfloor to cloud infrastructure. Webinar #1 showcases implementation in the White Goods and Machine Tools by the SERENA, UPTIME and PRECOM projects.
Online, Sept 10-11, 2020
ForeSee Cluster Special Session at AMEST2020
ForeSee Cluster organises a special session “Versatile Predictive Maintenance Strategies for Industry of the Future” at the 4th IFAC Workshop on Advanced Maintenance Engineering, Services and Technology.
Drachten, Netherlands, Jan 24, 2019
ForeSee Cluster Workshop on Predictive Maintenance
The PROPHESY project organised ForeSee Cluster’s 1st joint workshop to present the intermediate results of the ForeSee Cluster projects and to discuss way forward for developing a Predictive Maintenance Roadmap.
Brussels, Belgium, June 27, 2018
EFFRA FoF Community Day
In conjunction with the EFFRA Factory of the Future Community Day 2018, the ForeSee Cluster organised its first physical meeting on 26 June 2018 in Brussels. The meeting aimed to discuss further synergies and cross cutting issues as well as concrete activity areas within the cluster.
Berlin, Germany, March 20-21, 2018
Predictive Maintenance in Industry 4.0: Methodologies, Tools and Interoperable Applications
As part of the I-ESA 2018 conference, UPTIME and Z-BRE4K jointly organised a workshop to present, exchange and discuss innovative ideas on predictive maintenance applications in the frame of Industry 4.0.
ForeSee is a cluster of six projects, which have received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the FoF-09-2017 call.