Smart manufacturing and material technologies competence centre
TAK-II project follows to TAK-I project (EU30006) that took place during 2009-2015. TAK-II project is carried out according to Act no 89 of Minister of Foreign Trade and Entrepreneurship from 22.10.2014 “Conditions for supporting competence centres”.
The project’s aim is to increase the competitiveness of Estonian industry through offering Estonian companies help in R&D and tightening cooperation between companies, universities and competence centres mainly in mechanical engineering and mechatroncis field. The solutions are adaptable also to other sectors of manufacturing industry.
The project contributes to:
- development of technologies, products and services belonging to the development sector of smart specialisation and through it increase of international competitiveness of Estonian industry;
- development of internationally recognised and financially independent competence centre that is able to help Estonian companies in development of new technologies, products and services.
Several diferent applied research and product development sub-projects belong to TAK-II project. The sub-projects are divided into 3 strategic development areas (SDAs):
|SDA1:||Integrated Systems and Smart Manufacturing Technologies|
|SDA2:||Intelligent Reconfigurable Manufacturing Based on Robot-cells|
|SDA3:||Design Optimization of Multifunctional Engineering Structures|
Research partner of TAK-II is Tallinn University of Technology. In addition, over 15 industry partners (Harviker OÜ, Inox Baltic OÜ, Dafine Engineering OÜ, Flexa Eesti AS, Sumar Tools OÜ, ELI OÜ, Pro-Step OÜ, Virtuaalettevõte OÜ, 3D Technologies R&D AS, ITT Group OÜ, Norcar-BSB Eesti AS, Alise Technic OÜ, Duroc Machine Tool OÜ, Tyre Mould Eesti OÜ, Radius Fixings OÜ, GlasStress OÜ) are participating in TAK-II project.