Austria

austria

Responsible: Eickhoff Wolfgang
MANU
FUTURE-AT
eickhoff@manufuture.at
Tel.
+43 664 619 25 13

POGANY Alexander
Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie
alexander.pogany@bmvit.gv.at
Tel.: +43/1/71162 -653203
Fax: +43/1/71192 – 652210
Homepage: www.manufuture.at

1 – General Information

TP Name

MANUFUTURE-AT

Homepage

www.manufuture.at

Contact person (coordinator)

Eickhoff Wolfgang
MANUFUTURE-AT
eickhoff@manufuture.at
Tel. +43 664 619 25 13


2 – Coordinating institution

MANUFUTURE – AT
Mariahilfer Straße 37-39
1060 Wien


3 – Technical objectives

Finding and implementing new pragmatic ways to increase speed, efficiency, excellence and economic impact of RTDI in Austria

Avoiding double-work and focusing on manufacturing-focused basic and applied research

Support development and innovation across individual companies in teams or networks, when needed.


4 – Relevance to nation economy

The RTDI focus that is continuously sharpened in its profile aims at specific needs of the Austrian Industry. The prime objective of MANUFUTURE – AT – to safeguard and extend the competitiveness of Austrian Industries by boldly raising efficiency, excellence and exploitation capacity of industry driven research – is highly relevant to the national economy.


5 – Sectors within the TP

Cross-sectorial


6 – ManuFuture pillars tackled by the TP

– New, added-value products and services: Yes
– New business models: Yes
– New advanced industrial engineering: Yes
– New emerging manufacturing science and technologies: Yes
– Transformation of existing R&D and education infrastructure to support world-class manufacturing: Yes


7 – Research & Development activities

At EU level:
Several industrial projects on EU level (and beyond), following up of successfully finished European funded (MANU
FUTURE related) projects have been carried out.

At national level:
Several projects in the program lines “FIT-IT” (BMVIT) and “Factory of the future” (FFG), highly related to MANU
FUTURE are currently in operation or have been carried out recently.
Numerous industrial projects, partially as follow up of successfully finished national or European funded projects have been carried out.

Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) is being developed.

In the current phase, MANUFUTURE.at priorises topics of EU-SRA and fills those of them which are most relevant to Austria with live and prepares a position paper – rather than building an own full SRA.


8 – Stake holders

– Fachverband der Elektro- und Elektronik Industrie (FEEI)
– Fachverband der Maschinen- und Metallwaren Industrie (FMMI)
– Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie (BMVIT)


9 – Geographical localization (map, localization of participants):

Not yet available


10 – Interactions with other NRTPs

Widespread cooperation and exchange with different NRTP’s is intended and lies within the main focus of the current work.


11 – Special national programmes

SMART PRODUCTION – Intelligente Produktion 2020


12 – Funding instruments

– BMVIT
– FFG

Austria


Responsible:
Eickhoff Wolfgang
MANU
FUTURE-AT
eickhoff@manufuture.at
Tel.
+43 664 619 25 13

POGANY Alexander
Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie
alexander.pogany@bmvit.gv.at
Tel.: +43/1/71162 -653203
Fax: +43/1/71192 – 652210
Homepage: www.manufuture.at

1 – General Information

TP Name

MANUFUTURE-AT

Homepage

www.manufuture.at

Contact person (coordinator)

Eickhoff Wolfgang
MANUFUTURE-AT
eickhoff@manufuture.at
Tel. +43 664 619 25 13

2 – Coordinating institution

MANUFUTURE – AT

Mariahilfer Straße 37-39

1060 Wien

anlassbezogen

3 – Technical objectives

Finding and implementing new pragmatic ways to increase speed, efficiency, excellence and economic impact of RTDI in Austria

Avoiding double-work and focusing on manufacturing-focused basic and applied research

Support development and innovation across individual companies in teams or networks, when needed.

4 – Relevance to nation economy

The RTDI focus that is continuously sharpened in its profile aims at specific needs of the Austrian Industry. The prime objective of MANUFUTURE – AT – to safeguard and extend the competitiveness of Austrian Industries by boldly raising efficiency, excellence and exploitation capacity of industry driven research – is highly relevant to the national economy.

5 – Sectors within the TP

Cross-sectorial

6 – ManuFuture pillars tackled by the TP

– New, added-value products and services: Yes
– New business models:
Yes
– New advanced industrial engineering:
Yes
– New emerging manufacturing science and technologies:
Yes
– Transformation of existing R&D and education infrastructure to support world-class manufacturing:
Yes

7 – Research & Development activities

At EU level:
Several industrial projects on EU level (and beyond), following up of successfully finished European funded (MANU
FUTURE related) projects have been carried out.

At national level:
Several projects in the program lines “FIT-IT” (BMVIT) and “Factory of the future” (FFG), highly related to MANU
FUTURE are currently in operation or have been carried out recently.
Numerous industrial projects, partially as follow up of successfully finished national or European funded projects have been carried out.

Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) is being developed.

In the current phase, MANUFUTURE.at priorises topics of EU-SRA and fills those of them which are most relevant to Austria with live and prepares a position paper – rather than building an own full SRA.

8 – Stake holders

– Fachverband der Elektro- und Elektronik Industrie (FEEI)
– Fachverband der Maschinen- und Metallwaren Industrie (FMMI)
– Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie (BMVIT)

9 – Geographical localization (map, localization of participants):

Not yet available

10 – Interactions with other NRTPs

Widespread cooperation and exchange with different NRTP’s is intended and lies within the main focus of the current work.

11 – Special national programmes

SMART PRODUCTION – Intelligente Produktion 2020

12 – Funding instruments

– BMVIT

– FFG