Training Catalogue

Welcome to the OPTIMAI Training catalogue

The OPTIMAI training catalogue introduces relevant end-users and operators to the OPTIMAI concept and offers training in the use of the OPTIMAI tools. The catalogue contains a broad range of instructional presentations, learning videos and guidelines. The primary purpose of the training material is to provide end users with a good understanding of the OPTIMAI technologies, associated rights and requirements as well as relevant supporting resources. Step-by-step guides and illustrated walkthroughs help users familiarise themselves with the parts covered in the training.

The catalogue is divided into a number of user-friendly standalone modules. Each module is available in open access mode, free of charge.

In this module, you will learn about the OPTIMAI Augmented Reality (AR) glasses and their role in providing real-time assistance on the shop floor. You will learn about the device features, usage and interactive controls.

Format: Presentation

Target groups: OPTIMAI end-users and external stakeholders interested in context aware AR glasses for better human-machine collaboration.

Language: English

Point of contact: Youbiquo

In this module, you will learn how the OPTIMAI Augmented Reality (AR) interface is used for human-machine interaction in the OPTIMAI pilot sites; how the virtual elements are displayed in the end-users’ field of vision through the OPTIMAI smart glasses; and how the adaptive and adaptable graphical user interface (GUI) is visualized and how it allows users to address any deficiencies on the production line in situ.

Format: Presentation

Target groups: OPTIMAI end-users and external stakeholders interested in novel AR applications and visual analytics.

Language: English

Point of contact: The Institute of Computer Science (ICS) of FORTH – Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas

In this module, you will learn about worker-focused legal aspects of the OPTIMAI pilots. You will learn about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), about consent and legitimate interest, data processing and rights of data subjects.

Format: Video with audio

Target groups: OPTIMAI end-users and external stakeholders interested in data protection and employees’ rights.

Language: English

Point of contact: Trilateral Research

In this module, you will learn how to use the OPTIMAI Decision support system. You will learn about how it supports different actors on the shop floor in their daily work. You will be presented with the interface that is easy to use, easy to learn how to use, available on multiple devices and personalized and adapted to the context, the preferences and behaviour of the user. You will learn about how the DSS notifies the user about the detection of defects, anomalies and suboptimal machinery operation in manufacturing processes.

Format: Presentation

Target groups: OPTIMAI end-users and external stakeholders interested in novel shop floor applications designed to improve efficiency and decision making in the production chain.

Language: English

Point of contact: Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH-ITI)

In this module, you will learn about quality control sensors for defect detection and production monitoring, and more specifically about the role of industrial vision sensors in OPTIMAI. To help you familiarize yourself with the EyeVision software, this module offers you access to the EyeVision Wiki page, tutorials in the EyeCademy, webinars and technical support.

Format: Presentation

Target groups: OPTIMAI end-users and external stakeholders interested in industrial vision sensors.

Language: English

Point of contact: Eye Vision Technology GMBH

In this module, you will learn about the QIF standard and about its role in OPTIMAI. This module defines QIF and explains who is involved. You will be familiarised with the QIF Version 3.0 Information Architecture and the QIF Results Information Model. Finally, you will learn how to approach a QIF XML document.

Format: Presentation

Target groups: OPTIMAI end users and external stakeholders interested in the QIF community.

Language: English

Point of contact: UNIMETRIK

In this module, you will learn about worker-focused ethical aspects of the OPTIMAI pilots. The module covers the ethics research framework applicable to OPTIMAI, principles for ethical trustworthy AI, human autonomy, human dignity, voluntariness, informed decision-making, risk minimisation, prevention of harm, fairness and explicability.

Format: Presentation

Target groups: OPTIMAI end-users and external stakeholders interested in ethical principles and responsible research.

Language: English

Point of contact: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Institute of Law and Technology (IDT)

In this module, you will learn about quality control sensors for defect detection and production monitoring. This module explains 1) the installation of a modular supporting device for various types of cameras; 2) the installation of the hardware setup for automatic calibration of an elevator valve block.

Format: Presentation

Target groups: OPTIMAI end-users and external stakeholders interested in smart sensors for production quality control.

Language: English

Point of contact: Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH-ITI)

In this module, you will learn how to understand the role and identify the skills of an effective trainer; develop the skills to create training objectives, activities and materials for planned training activities; identify tools, techniques and approaches for the assessment of learning; and demonstrate the skills required for the effective delivery of training programmes.

Format: Presentation

Target groups: OPTIMAI team / project leaders responsible for facilitating and delivering technical and non-technical training in the end-user organisations; external stakeholders in the private, public or community sector looking to improve their facilitation skills and to train others.

Language: English

Point of contact: Carr Communications

In this module, you will familiarise yourself with the 3D simulation platform used to create digital models in OPTIMAI. You will learn how to build such virtual models in OPTIMAI following a process aligned with the life cycle of the production system. This module provides an introduction to Visual Components, to process modelling and to robotics and automation. It also provides links to a training library in the Visual Components Academy.

Format: Presentation

Target groups: OPTIMAI end-users and external stakeholders from any sector interested in novel virtualization and simulation approaches.

Language: English

Point of contact: Visual Components

In this module, you will learn about worker-focused legal aspects of the OPTIMAI pilots. This module covers employee and equality rights, including dismissal and discrimination, and health and safety aspects including risk assessments and health and safety officers and developments.

Format: Video with audio

Target groups: OPTIMAI end-users and external stakeholders interested in employee and equality rights as well as health and safety.

Language: English

Point of contact: Trilateral Research

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