The aim of the presented "Platform for research oriented on Industry 4.0 and Robotics in the Ostrava agglomeration" project is to intensify the long-term intersectoral cooperation by fostering the emergence and development of the existing interdisciplinary partnership and the cooperation of the research organizations and the application sphere within the scope of joint research focused on Industry 4.0 and Robotics. The implementation of the project will include the creation of new instruments and forms of bidirectional transfer of the unique knowledge and experience of the involved entities - research organizations and industrial partners, as well as the strengthening of existing ones. The project plan also includes meeting the specific objective of Building the capacity and strengthening the long-term cooperation of research organizations with the application sphere - by creating a network of research workplaces for conducting joint interdisciplinary and intersectoral research. These newly built capacities will create the platform infrastructure for the research of control, information and communication technologies focused on Industry 4.0 and Robotics. This concerns a unique device infrastructure and software resources allowing for the joint interdisciplinary and intersectoral research of new principles and the verification of new concepts applicable in the areas of Industry 4.0 and Robotics. Within the framework of the project, jobs for researchers from research organizations will be created, using these capacities and their device infrastructure and software resources to carry out joint research into new principles and concepts in cooperation with existing researchers from research institutes and industrial partners taking part in the project. The research results consisting of proven new concepts put into practice by industrial partners will boost competitiveness as well as strengthen the innovation potential of these partners, which is the main impact of this project.
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