“Advanced Manufacturing Automation, Digitization and Optimization – AMADO”

The 4th Industrial Revolution “Industry 4.0” (Germany, 2011), with its automation and digitization technologies will change the landscape of the industry. It is characterized by optimization and management of assets, sharing and security of big data, tracking parts from cradle to grave: the “Digital Thread,” data analytics and Artificial Intelligence (AI). The design and management of complex manufacturing systems based on the use of new digitization technologies such as autonomous robots, the Internet of Things (IoT), simulation, additive manufacturing, cloud computing, augmented reality, big data, and cybersecurity, have steadily increased.
Siemens Canada is collaborating with a team of 11 Professors from École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS), Concordia University and McGill University on four (4) research sub-projects related to its the transition to Industry 4.0 and adaptation to the resulting new needs. TO BE CONT’D

Faculty Supervisor:

Souheil-Antoine Tahan;Amin Chaabane;Pierre Bélanger;David Labbé;Kurt Landau;Sylvie Nadeau;Carlos Vazquez;Anjali Awasthi;Jia Yuan Yu;Yaoyao Fiona Zhao


Seyed Sajad KAZEMEYNI;Imene BELKACEMI;Manuel SAGE;Ehsan Sharifnia;Firas Koubaa;Bhupesh Verma;Marwa Haj-Ibrahim


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