Thu, 08 October, 2020
The WeldGalaxy consortium is celebrating its 2nd Anniversary. Two years after the project kick-off in October 2018, the project has achieved some notable milestones including the successful launch of the Open Innovation Pilots (OIPs) program. Led by a consortium of 11 partners, across UK and Europe, the project is looking forward to some exciting unveilings in the coming months.
To a take a look at the key achievements in the past six months, click to download the 4th issue of the WeldGalaxy Newsletter.
WELDGALAXY @ SMART DATA AND SMART CITIES
WeldGalaxy recently participated at the Fifth International Conference on Smart Data and Smart Cities (online event), September 30th – October 2nd, 2020 with a presentation from Ana Maria Balan, Romsoft, on “Transparency and Accountability in Urban Public Procurement through the Design of a Self Sovereign Blockchain App”. Discover more
WELDGALAXY HOSTS OPEN INNOVATION PILOTS WELCOME EVENT
A welcome event was hosted by WeldGalaxy on 5 October 2020. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the event was an online session that attracted participation of representatives from the pilots and members of the WeldGalaxy consortium. The event included introductory presentations about the WeldGalaxy platform and the pilots, mentoring plan and guidance on integration of OIPs into the WeldGalaxy platform. Discover more
OPEN INNOVATION CALL WINNERS SELECTED
WeldGalaxy announced winners: SARKKIS Robotics, REBARTEK AS, MX3D B.V., Flex Hex IVS, Cavitar Oy, Alexander Binzel Schweisstechnik GmbH & Co. KG, sentin GmbH, XARION Laser Acoustics GmbH, NEW INFRARED TECHNOLOGIES, S.L. and Nissatech. Discover more
WELDGALAXY USES IIW THESAURUS
IIW (International Institute of Welding) Thesaurus is a reference work that lists words that describe welds and related phenomena. It groups these words together according to similarity of meaning (containing synonyms and sometimes antonyms, in contrast to a dictionary). Developed over 50 years, the thesaurus is a rich, shared language to describe welding and is used as such in TWI’s WeldaSearch database. Discover more