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The Italian INEDIT Creativity Event organized by CRIT

The Italian INEDIT Creativity Event has been performed on November 16th at the secondary school “Istituto Levi” in Vignola, organised by CRIT. 18 students (18 years-old) have been involved in testing the INEDIT 3D scan app and the INEDIT Sketching Together app, in order to collect their feedback about the usability and the usefulness of […]

The INEDIT Periodic Project Partners Meeting: Together again

On November 3rd and 4th, finally INEDIT partners physically met again! The M26 project partners meeting has been perfectly organised in Lugano, within the SUPSI premises. The agenda of the meeting was very rich of interactive sessions, starting from the pitches of the Technology developers and Use cases (specific contents will be shared soon on […]

Let’s Do-It-Together in Nancy. Pilot testing the INEDIT platform at the Lorraine Fab Living Lab

On the 4th and 5th of October, ENSAM joined forces with the University of Lorrain and Hanze University of Applied sciences to test a pilot of the INEDIT platform. During two days, around 20 students tested the application, by rapidly designing

A new Creativity Event @ Institut Arts et Métiers of Laval

The second Creativity Event of the INEDIT project took place at Institut Arts et Métiers of Laval, France on the 23rd of September. It involved 24 students in 3D Interactive Technologies Engineering (VR / AR). The INEDIT team presented the DIT concepts and the process, features, and business

Experiment creative & Immersive “Do It Together” process inside Nomad’lab, ENSGSI’s mobile Fablab

Actors of the same territory, ENSGSI, ERPI and Octroi Nancy join forces for a creative adventure. During the European Binennal of Creativity, on Saturday 25th of September 2021, with the Nomad ‘Lab, the ENSGSI FabLab mobile turned into immersive space, the INEDIT team has given the opportunity to visit the Octroi Nancy buildings and its […]

Minergie is the top choice in terms of environmental sustainability

Veragouth and Xilema, one of our industrial partners, considers

INEDIT Open community around a research & development dynamic at Université de Lorraine

During the first semester 2021, ERPI Laboratory and ENSGSI from the Université de Lorraine managed several INEDIT sub-projects and workshops involving a real open community with students, industrials, SMEs, citizens, researchers, multipliers, etc. In addition, the UL team organised several research & development seminars (physical at ENSGSI, LF2L platform and online) to promote the work […]

Experimenting with Gigabot for printing furniture in a DIT approach

INEDIT stands for the development of new forms of design and innovative production of the

Design of the INEDIT business model completed

The INEDIT business model has been developed over the past months in cooperation with all partners in such a way that the

Large scale additive manufacturing for furniture production

Additive

Man and machine increasingly connected through Maestro Connect functionality

Nowadays, when technologies are reaching very high levels of performance, it is essential to continuously monitor the plant productivity, in order to identify which critical areas prevent machines from reaching their maximum production capacity. To do that, SCMGroup offers a digital services platform, linked to Maestro Connect. The platform enables features such as machine status […]

Data translation tests

In this period TTS started test sessions with the partners involved in the

INEDIT Decision support system for the sustainable optimization of production processes: the Sustainability Driven Orchestrator

In the context of the DIT ecosystem’s environmental

Take a look at a use test of our INEDIT VR design tool

During the

INEDIT @ Open Innovation Kongress 2021 (28 June, 2021)

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INEDIT and sister projects to present their activities at Open Innovation Congress Baden-Württemberg 2021

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Results of the Open Innovation Collaboration workshop (22nd April)

INEDIT along with the projects OpenNext, iProduce, DIY4U funded under Horizon 2020 call 

INEDIT Platform – Introduction to Smartification: User Story

The INEDIT platform will be a next gen hub for

Create Soon Your Own Custom And Sustainable Furniture Thanks To The INEDIT Platform

If you could create in total autonomy or with the help of a

INEDIT parterns together for the First Review Meeting

On April 29th, researchers and representatives from all the organisations participating in the INEDIT project attended the First Review Meeting which was organized online, due to the already in force restrictions. It was an intense session during which the progress achieved in the different work-packages was presented as a journey to the Project Officer, Mr […]

Innovation and collaboration during COVID: the creation of an on-demand video platform

As CRIT we work to enhance and support innovation processes on a daily basis working with plenty of tools developed and refined along our 20 years of activity. One of the most important is

Adding layered value to radical innovation from another point of view

Since the development and inception of INEDIT, HUAS is a proud member of the consortium. Originally we were invited to join the consortium because of our expertise in

The Innovaz1 team wins the INEDIT Makeathon “Build your SMART teacher desk”

  The first edition of the INEDIT Training has been successfully performed from mid February to mid March 2021. 70 students from high-school IIS P.Levi in Vignola (Italy) have been involved with the aim to increase and test the capability of future technicians to develop a new approach to creativity and to apply the Do […]

Open Innovation Collaboration webinar

The projects of the Horizon 2020 call

Control of complex DIT ecosystems by simple business model rules

The INEDIT business model consists of multi-dimensional transactions between the respective stakeholders and the INEDIT DIT ecosystem. To manage this complexity, clear and simple business rules have been defined between the different entities. The objective of the business model is that each stakeholder benefits from the cooperation in the DIT process.

The factory of the future has a digital (and smart) twin

Veragouth and Xilema, one of our industrial partner, produces wood fornitures that ensure well-being within the living experience, continually investing in innovation for a sustainable future. This solid vision has brought the company to embrace a Swiss project, aiming to oversee “the factory of the future”, which processes huge volumes of data. Within the joinery […]

The first Gigabot X in Europe at University of Lorraine

Plastic recycling is (and will be) a major issue for cleaning up after these challenging times of the covid-19 response. Since the beginning, the INEDIT project is aware of the importance of the collective intelligence as a mean to develop technical paths that could have a positive impact in the future industrial ecosystem. The Université […]

Collective Behavior in Social Manufacturing Frameworks

When different members of a community interact, they manage to find different solutions for any situation that are different, in general, to those that single individuals or non-interacting ones can provide. This is one key feature of collective behavior, a strongly interdisciplinar field studied in biology, physics or social sciences. Recent studies in this field, […]

INEDIT Data exchange workshops

On the 17th of November TTS launched the first set of internal workshops on data and data exchange between partners involved in the INEDIT platform. Data and the underlying data management platforms are substantial factors for the future of personalized

Collective Intelligence&Community engagement at the creation of furniture

Fanvoice is one of the INEDIT projects partners. The French start-up offers an online platform dedicated to community building and management, through