ZERO DEFECTS MANUFACTURING
"Welcome to Zero Defects Manufacturing; the platform, components, and marketplace to achieve the right product, at the right time, with the right conditions using the right resources."
ZDMP combines state of the art zero defect technological approaches based on commercial grade or open-source software, with built-in software for any gaps, and with an open development approach and App store. It focuses on both Process and Product quality modules for pre, during, supervisory, and post-production quality issues to ensure manufacturers are enabled for a Zero Defects environment.
ZDMP offers an open Industry 4.0 environment where a new generation of developed zero-defect service applications will be available in a marketplace contributing to create an ecosystem where ZDMP stakeholders would be able to interact with each other.
ZDMP includes industrial demonstrators including those in sectors of Automotive, Machine Tools, Construction, and Electronics. All of them are of vital importance to the European economy providing jobs for more than 33 million people and accounts for 13% of the EU's GDP.
Achieving excellence in European and Global Manufacturing. In response to the European Unions H2020 call on Factories of the Future, the ZDMP (Zero-Defect Manufacturing Platform) was selected to establish and develop a digital platform for connected smart factories for achieving excellence in manufacturing through zero-defect processes and products thanks to the use of zero-defect core services for developing APPs.
To validate the ZDMP concept, four industrial demonstrators were included (Automotive, Machine Tools, Construction and Electronics). These demonstrators also enable a cross-sector and enhanced cooperation by providing companies the ability of avoiding or reducing the appearance and spread of defects along the supply chain. ZDMP involves 30 partners from 11 different EU member states and is formally coordinated by UNINOVA, managed by Information Catalyst, with a duration of 48 months from the 1st of January of 2019.