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How was your day at work today?

Factory2Fit’s new Worker Feedback Dashboard application gives factory workers feedback on their wellbeing and on how their shifts are going

In collaboration with Finn-Power Oy, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland has developed an app that gives workers in the manufacturing industry positive feedback on their personal wellbeing at work and work performance. The app is currently being piloted by the workers at Stera Oy in Forssa, Finland. It was developed as part of the European research project Factory2Fit, funded under the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme.    Read more

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Factory2Fit consortium meeting in Kauhava

The Factory2Fit project team gathered for the 5th consortium meeting in wintery Finland on 7–8 February 2018. The meeting was hosted by project partner Prima Power at their Technology and Training Center in Kauhava in Southern Ostrobothnia. Read more

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Hydroline uses humour and creativity to improve attractiveness of industrial work

Finnish manufacturer of hydraulic cylinders overwhelmed by number of applications as a result of a recruitment campaign on Facebook

Hydroline is a rapidly growing family-owned hydraulic systems company based in the town of Siilinjärvi in eastern Finland. They are well aware of the need for new solutions to convince people that factories can be appealing and inspiring working environments. Companies across the manufacturing sector struggle to attract skilled workers and thus try to reinvent themselves to improve their image and to demonstrate to workers that a career in manufacturing can be a viable option for them. Read more

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Advances in Production Management Systems 2017

The Advances in Production Management Systems (APMS) 2017 conference took place from September 3rd to 7th in Hamburg, Germany, at the Hamburg University of Technology. APMS is one of the leading international conferences on production management. Factory2Fit partner Ralph Riedel from Chemnitz University of Technology was involved in organising this event that brought together key experts from both academia and industry. Read more