This paper provides an overview of the EU project SO SMART (Socially Sustainable Manufacturing for the Factories of the Future), a coordinated support action (CSA) project. SO SMART examined the conditions in Europe for creating socially sustainable workplaces in the manufacturing sector, where factories flourish along with their social environment. The project was international (with partners from five countries), multidisciplinary and participatory, involving participation of several science domain experts and a wider community of academic and industry beneficiaries who participated in panels, workshops, conference events and an online forum created specifically for the project.

Prerequisites and conditions for socially sustainable manufacturing in Europe’s future factories—results overview from the SO SMART project

FANTINI, PAOLA MARIA;PINZONE, MARTA;TAISCH, MARCO;
2016

Abstract

This paper provides an overview of the EU project SO SMART (Socially Sustainable Manufacturing for the Factories of the Future), a coordinated support action (CSA) project. SO SMART examined the conditions in Europe for creating socially sustainable workplaces in the manufacturing sector, where factories flourish along with their social environment. The project was international (with partners from five countries), multidisciplinary and participatory, involving participation of several science domain experts and a wider community of academic and industry beneficiaries who participated in panels, workshops, conference events and an online forum created specifically for the project.
International Conference on Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing, HAAMAHA 2016
978-331941696-0
Demographics, Manufacturing, Production industry, Social sustainability, Societal challenges, Well-being
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