SISTERS project successfully completed
Updated: Oct 19
With a slight delay, we completed work on the SISTERS project. Within this project, we managed to create a complete traceability system, supporting production scheduling and execution monitoring, putting employees and their welfare at the center.
In September, a validation of our solution took place in the production environment of our consortium partner, MJ Polymers, a manufacturer of injection molded plastic products.
Our solution was positively evaluated by MJ Polymers and allowed them to achieve numerous benefits, including:
1. reduction of errors made by employees,
2. reduction of anxiety and stress levels among shop floor employees,
3. the ability to use continuously updated schedules regardless of the occurrence of unexpected events and mistakes,
4. improvement of OEE rate,
5. obtaining product passports, which will be used for analytical work, accelerate the processing of customer complaints, speed up and increase the correctness of bid calculations, and in the future allow the implementation of sustainability procedures (e.g. LCA calculations).
You can find out more in the video showing the results of the sisters project.
A project poster is also available for you.
This project has received funding within the FSTP mechanism of the SHOP4CF project founded from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 873087.