I4MS Phase 4 will grant European manufacturing SMEs access to 35 million euros for accelerating the uptake of digital technologies

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Lithuanian Robotics Association invites companies to participate in the “Industrial Digitization LT” program and receive up to €2.9 million worth of funding for the digitization of production facilities or processes. Read more

DIH-HERO announced the awarded solutions of the healthcare robotics call to support the fight against COVID-19. LRA Member’s “Rubedos” is one of the winners with their Disinfection Solution. Read more

According to international experts, it is increasingly important for European industry to strike a balance between people creating high added value and robotic solutions that perform repetitive tasks. This increases productivity, attractiveness of jobs, and the quality of production. The development of Cobots is one of the ways to achieve this.

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L4MS and AMable Projects invite manufacturers to participate in a joint Open Call for intra-factory logistics and additive manufacturing with the funding opportunity of up to 100,000€.

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In the recently finished Digital Innovation Hubs² (DIH²) call for Technology Transfer Projects, Lithuanian-Danish consortia’s flexible welding solution “FlexHex” has won an equity-free investment of €248,000.

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Technological Audit is an important first step towards the digitization of manufacturing processes. LRA experts from leading robotic companies offer high-quality audits and an opportunity to get funding through “Industrial Digitalization LT” programme.

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Norwegian wool producer Devold is implementing a breakthrough R&D project together with Factobotics, a founding member of the Lithuanian Robotics Association. An innovative overhead robotic logistics system is set to increase the efficiency of sewing processes. The new solution is planned to be scaled and offered to other manufacturing companies.

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Recently, the Jury of the Digital Innovation Hubs² (DIH²) project has selected the applications that qualify to the final stage of an open call which will be closed by the end of April. 2 Lithuanian-Danish consortia have been selected to compete for the final prize – an equity-free investment of up to €248,000.

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An automated 6-robot line developed by “Elinta Robotics”

Although the COVID-19 crisis has severely affected economic and industrial sectors of the around the world, industrial companies that have invested in robotics and production automation are not holding back, and Lithuanian robot developers are exploring new opportunities for business.

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