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SEISMEC is revolutionizing digital and industrial technology development through 17 pilot projects in 19 companies across 14 countries, prioritizing a human-centric approach aligned with European values. The project, led by a consortium at the forefront of engineering and social sciences, marks a significant shift towards empowerment in European industry. SEISMEC is a pioneering initiative set to demonstrate the advancement of digital and industrial technologies through a human-centric and ethical lens. Encompassing 17 pilot projects across 19 companies in 14 countries and 14 industrial ecosystems, SEISMEC's two-way engagement model actively involves end-users and workers in the technology development process, fostering a shift towards empowerment labeled the SEISMEC shift. Prioritizing European social and ethical values, the project measures success through CAPS empowerment factors, including Creativity, Collaboration, Autonomy, Automation, Productivity, Privacy, Safety, and Job Satisfaction. Technical innovations like explainability and co-development enhance human centrism, incorporating plans and innovations from companies and workers. With a consortium at the forefront of engineering and social sciences, SEISMEC aims to lead European industry towards a human-centric Industry 5.0, engaging stakeholders at European, national, and local levels.


Supporting European Industry Success Maximization through Empowerment Centred development

Co-financed by:


Start – end:

January 2024 - December 2027


9,9M EUR

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  • Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, The Netherlands (Lead Partner)
  • Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research, The Netherlands
  • Technical University Berlin, Germany
  • University College Cork, Ireland
  • Centre for Research and Technology Hellas CERTH, Greece
  • Australo Interinnov Marketing Lab SL, Spain
  • Asociatia Transilvania IT, Romania
  • Institute of Entrepreneurship Development, Greece
  • European Confederation of Independent Trade Unions, Belgium
  • SD Worx People Solutions NV, Belgium
  • Lithuanian Scientific Society, Lithuania
  • Michelin, France
  • Infineon Technologies, Austria
  • Thales Six Gts France, France
  • Mostostal, Poland
  • NTT Data Romania, Romania
  • International Zagreb Airport, Croatia
  • Infra Plan, Croatia
  • Arivia, Greece
  • Greece, Lithuania
  • NS Web Development, Serbia
  • Fratelli Piacenza, Italy
  • Buurtzorg Concepts, Netherlands
  • Stichting Buurtzorg Nederland, Netherlands
  • RRA Zeleni Kras, Slovenia
  • Arctur Computer Engineering, Slovenia
  • Malt Community, France
  • Go Tulip (Bondi), Netherlands
  • iFarm, Intellectual Farms Oy, Finland
  • FarmNOW, Austria
  • Città Studi S.p.A., Italy
  • Ates Wind Power, Turkey
  • Atlas Copco, Belgium
  • AI Serbia, Serbia