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Ultrafast real-time control for additive manufacturing -project is coordinated by TAMK School of Industrial Engineering. The project will implement a survey identifying needs of companies and opportunities for international business growth in order to exploit new market potential. We examine the requirements of sensors, control components, telecommunication software and operating environment re-quired for real-time control, especially taking into account the requirements of the international operating environment.

As a development and pilot application, the project will use additive manufacturing (AM), for
example use of a high-speed camera for 3D printing of large objects in wireless motion control and
the problems posed by this use and their classification. Project will organise ideation and feasibility workshops for companies and finally, the project draws up a plan for the Co-Innovation project together with the companies participating in the follow-up project (Co-Innovation).

The measures of the project provide a comprehensive picture of the needs of companies and the
possibilities of utilising the suggested solution. The study to be carried out in the project will map
the growth potential of the business for the participating companies.

In addition, the project initiates to establish collaboration networks among international organisations specialised in Industry 4.0 thematic. The project also provides information on the situation of international research in the field (publications) compared to the state of Finnish research and the application and utilization of the researched information.

The project topic is aligned and strongly links with the goals of the Nokia 5G Veturi Program, and in particular with the Sys-tem on Chip / SoC industrial ecosystem development and the Future M2M autonomy themes. More detailed inter-project cooperation activities and synergy objectives will be explored during this Co-Creation project.