European Advanced Manufacturing (ADMA) Support Centre is the European Commission initiative focused on supporting enterprises in implementation of modern production solutions based on Industry 4.0 concept.
ADMA project facilitates SMEs’ access to technological, organisational, financial and business model knowledge provided by the consortium and its ecosystem.
The consortium include both technology and non-technology-related partners. The technology-related partners play a crucial role in cooperation with the SMEs to determine the industrial needs and implement the transformation plan in their companies.
The technology-related partners include TNO from the Netherlands, SIRRIS from Belgium, DTI from Denmark, Eurecat from Spain, CETIM from France, TECOS from Slovenia and Łukasiewicz – PIAP from Poland.
The non-technology-related partners include communication experts and partners from an external and educational cooperation network – Old Continent, Latitude Events, FundingBox, IDEA Consult.
Other key members of the consortium include MADE from Denmark, FME from the Netherlands, ECM/It’s OWL from Germany, AFIL from Italy and Agoria from Belgium, closely cooperating with regional and national authorities in their respective countries.
Łukasiewicz – PIAP identifies potential recipients of the support offered as part of the project, supports SMEs by identifying their digital transformation needs, creating transformation plans and implementing necessary changes.
Project implementation time frame: 20/06/2018–20/05/2021
Project budget: EUR 75,300.00
Coordinator: Agoria – Belgium
Financing institution name: Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (“EASME”)