Transition Technologies PSC with EU grant within an international consortium

A consortium involving Transition Technologies PSC (TT PSC), a global IT solutions integrator, has received EU funding for the PIONEER project under Horizon Europe (the EU’s key research and innovation funding program). PIONEER’s budget is EUR 5.22 million, of which EUR 4.43 is the funding. It involves 16 industrial and scientific stakeholders from 11 countries, including Spain (Project Coordinator – AIMEN Technology Centre), Italy, France, Turkey, Germany, Belgium, Greece, The Netherlands, UK, Egypt and TT PSC is the only company from Poland.  


“As part of the project, we will develop solutions to support the implementation of control and anticipatory control strategies on the production line. This will increase the efficiency of industrial systems in high diversity and low volume production conditions. It is primarily about reducing energy consumption (measured in kWh/day), material and labour costs, as well as reducing waste. TT PSC’s role in the project will be to develop visualisation tools based on WebGL and AR (augmented reality) technologies to enable the ongoing monitoring of a manufactured product and its associated data at different stages of its life cycle and for different subjects in the product’s value chain. Our solution will provide information on the status of a manufactured product or component, the status of equipment in the production process, the quality of materials or the product itself, facilitating quick and early decision-making at the design, engineering and production stages,” says Adam Gąsiorek, CTO of the company. – says Adam Gąsiorek, CTO at TT PSC.


The companies will work to create an open platform for optimising manufacturing systems, dedicated especially to the aerospace and construction industries. The aim will be to combine product development, virtual engineering and production data.  


“We are working on a solution to address today’s difficult challenges for manufacturing companies in Europe. These include sudden changes in demand, an increasing number of product variants with small batch production systems, short delivery times, shortening product life cycles and intensifying competition causing pressure on production costs, product quality and the efficiency of the manufacturing process. Technology should therefore play a greater role in manufacturing. What we are aiming at PIONEER is the development and implementation of an interoperable Materials-Modelling-Manufacturing Ecosystem enabling multidirectional dataflow along the material value chain, by linking product design and distributed modelling data, with information collected from material characterization, manufacturing processes and product quality criteria. Thanks to EU support, we have the opportunity to face the challenges of the modern world,” says Daniel Gesto from AIMEN, the Project Coordinator.  


Among the project’s outputs, the TT PSC’s work is expected to produce tools to create digital twins of products and processes dedicated to manufacturing suppliers, equipment manufacturers and technology integrators, as well as comprehensive visualisation tools for use in engineering and ICT companies or the manufacturing industry.


TT PSC has been competing in projects applying for EU funding for several years. In the last three alone, the company has taken part in grant projects with a total value of almost EUR 50 million. For their implementation, the funding obtained by TT PSC amounted to EUR 1.7 million, with budgets for the company for these projects amounting to almost EUR 3 million.


With grants, TT PSC is funding the development of its own products and solutions to support the digital transformation of the industry.


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 101091449. This document has been produced in the context of the PIONEER Project. PIONEER is funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Health and Digital Executive Agency (HADEA). Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.

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