MADE FAST

MADE FAST (Flexible, Agile, and Sustainable production enabled by Talented employees) is a new industrial lead research, innovation, and education partnership to develop the next generation of Daish advanced manufacturing capabilities.

The objective of MADE FAST is to deliver solutions to Danish manufacturers which will enable increased flexibility, agility and environmentally sustainable manufacturing operations, supported by talented employees and enabled by digitalization.

MADE FAST will drive competitiveness by enabling Danish manufacturers to produce customer specific products, scale production from small series production to mass customisation, accelerate, support, scale and improve employee training, and develop sustainable manufacturing operations which reduce the environmental footprint of their manufacturing operations.

The MADE FAST research platform lends the fields of materials and education more muscle, creating even better conditions for the Danish manufacturing ecosystem, Denmark’s talented workforce and sustainable manufacturing.

Read more about the launch of MADE FAST.

MADE FAST forskningsplatformen tilføjer også endnu flere muskler til materiale- og uddannelsesområdet for at skabe endnu bedre forudsætninger for dansk produktion herunder en talentfuld arbejdsstyrke og en bæredygtig produktion.

Read about how MADE uses the MADE Learning Factory initiative to achieve this.

MADE FAST
Strategic Initiatives

Sustainable manufacturing business models and value chain design

Value chain execution and optimization

Agile Production systems

Sustainable upscaling through digitalization of manufacturing processes

Sustainable and agile workforce

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Generate new science & technology as part of MADE

The MADE knowledge engine is powered by research projects responding to specific requests and requirements among Danish industrial enterprises. In these projects, major corporates and small-scale enterprises, university researchers, and specialists from knowledge-provider organisations collaborate to develop solutions to shared challenges.