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Adaptive process chains in the automotive industry - Senodis' contribution to the AdaProQ joint project

14. February 2022

In the joint project AdaProQ under the leadership of Grammer AG, Senodis is part of a consortium consisting of 13 companies.

The aim of the project is to develop and validate generic methods for controlling manufacturing quality within complex process chains. In contrast to existing approaches in industry, where automated quality control loops are often limited to individual process steps, the project literally thinks without boundaries. A holistic view of large parts of the existing process chain allows a complete reassessment of manufacturing tolerances. Through the use of artificial intelligence, efficient optimization and sensory as well as active components, complex manufacturing processes are enabled to adapt themselves in such a way that they react adequately and autonomously to changing boundary conditions, component quality improves and the reject rate is reduced.

The project is one of the first to be funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy under the “Future Investments in Vehicle Manufacturers and Suppliers” funding framework for the “Digitalization of Vehicle Manufacturers and Suppliers” funding guideline.

Senodis is responsible for the development of modern and digitalized marking and identification solutions and their integration into existing process chains. Furthermore, the linking of component and process data and the consolidation of data in the production are subtasks for Senodis in this project.

Further information about the project and the project partners can be found at