BEMAS takes part in various projects that can offer support to innovative projects in maintenance. With our role in the projects below, we want to help companies find their way to subsidy budgets to help them realise innovations.
Digitalent 4 Industry
The aim of this project is to combine the expertise of Flanders Make, KU Leuven Campus Bruges and BEMAS for the development of a broadly applicable guidance path to support companies and employees in expanding the competencies available to deal with this digitisation of products and processes.
Repair Teens is a collaboration between the Techniekacademie, an initiative of VIVES Hogeschool, and the project partners BEMAS vzw, POM, Repair&Share (known from the Repair Cafés) and a group of industrial partners. Repair Teens wants to enthuse the 12-14 year old target group about maintenance and STEM and show them how maintenance itself can have a positive impact on and contribute to a more sustainable world.
Smart Farming & Food Processing
More information coming soon
BEMAS is a project partner of SM4RTENANCE, a consortium of 47 partners from 11 EU countries.
The project aims to promote energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in NWE Industry through developing and implementing a training program on Sustainable Asset Management for the target audience of technical management active in asset intensive industries.
BEMAS as project partner
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Together with partners from Flanders and the South of the Netherlands, BEMAS and KicMPI worked on a number of innovative solutions regarding the prevention of repairs, more efficient use of capital investments, unlimited reuse or sustainable redeployment of production resources. These solutions will sustainably reduce the material footprint of the industry and at the same time achieve economic benefits.
The Smart Tooling project aims to strengthen the process industry by working more cost-efficiently and safely. Research shows that there is a need for more than 50 concrete robot applications. SMEs have the challenge of developing technological solutions together with knowledge institutions.
CrossRoads 2 is a project within the European programme Interreg Flanders-Netherlands. It aims to stimulate sustainable cross-border cooperation around promising innovation projects between SME/SME companies in Flanders and the southern Netherlands (Zeeland, Noord-Brabant and Limburg).
Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul for Competitive Regions in North-West Europe (MORE4CORE) started in 2013 for a period of 2.5 years with the financial support of the Interreg IVB programme of the European Union. Partners from Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany and France joined forces to put maintenance on the European map.
The VEMT project is an international cooperation between maintenance organisations from Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Slovakia, Slovenia, Norway, Finland, Switzerland and Ireland that builds on ValidMaint.
Pile-Up stands for Process Industry Learning Unit Project, and aims to increase the mobility of technicians (primarily process operators and maintenance technicians) from the European chemical industry.
With the VormAInt project, BEMAS, together with 7 other partners, has developed a professional training programme on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Predictive Maintenance.
Lighten The Load 2020-2022
BEMAS is a proud campaign partner of the Healthy Workplaces - Lighten The Load campaign, which runs from 2020 to 2022.