Technologies and digital transformation in industry 4.0/5.0


G. Arampatzis, N. Tsourveloudis, L. DoitsidisTechnical University of Crete
A. Gasteratos, Kansizoglou I.Democritus University of Thrace
K. Alexopoulos, C. ManettasLab for Manufacturing Systems and Automation (LMS), University of Patras
G. Mentzas, A. BousdekisSchool of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens
C. Stylios, A. LalosIndustrial Systems Institute / R.C. “Athena”


This workshop will present solutions for manufacturing industries to transform their value chain by reinventing production, focusing on customers, and connecting the production floor with the entire organization. It is expected to present Industry 4.0 solutions and focus on relevant technologies, as part of the Greece4.0 project, that is supported by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan Greece 2.0, funded by the European Union – NextGenerationEU (TAEDR-0535864).

Workshop Objectives

  • Provide a clear understanding of Industry 4.0/5.0 concepts and trends.
  • Explore key technologies driving digital transformation in manufacturing.
  • Discuss practical applications and potential benefits for different industries in the framework of Greece4.0 project.
  • Present tools and resources to participants to start their Industry 4.0/5.0 journey.

List of Presentations

Manufacturing Resilience and Flexibility: Enablers for the industrial future
N. Tsourveloudis, G. Arampatzis, L. Doitsidis, M. Aryblia, G. Livanos
Technical University of Crete, Greece

Empowering Manufacturing Sustainability through Process Simulation Modelling, Integrated Digital Product Passports and Sustainability Balanced Scorecards
G. Arampatzis, N. Tsourveloudis, L. Doitsidis, M. Aryblia, G. Livanos
Technical University of Crete, Greece

Autonomous Analytics as a Service: Framework and Industrial Cases
K. Lepenioti, A. Bousdekis, M. Fikardos, D. Apostolou, G. Mentzas
National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing: Technologies, applications and outlook
K. Alexopoulos, C. Manettas, N. Nikolakis
Laboratory for Manufacturing Systems and Automation-LMS, University of Patras, Greece

Computer Vision at the service of Industry 4.0
A. Argyros, K. Bacharidis, A. Qammaz
Computer Science Department, University of Crete, and Institute of Computer Science, FORTH, Heraklion, Crete, Greece

Smart Warehousing: Strategies for Automated Inventory Control
S. Antoniou, A. Gasteratos, I. Kansizoglou
Democritus University of Thrace, Greece

A Multi-Camera System for Improving Physical Ergonomics in Human-Robot Collaboration Scenarios
Nikos Piperigkos, Christos Anagnostopoulos, Gerasimos Arvanitis, Aris Lalos
Industrial Systems Institute / R.C. “Athena”

AI-Driven Solutions for Energy Flexibility in Manufacturing Processes: Real-World Case Studies
Dr. Angeliki Zacharaki
Information Technologies Institute (ITI)

Tentative Results

The Workshop aims to bring together researchers to communicate developments and future directions in the digital transformation of the industry to the wider audience. It is designed for researchers and professionals in various industries interested in understanding and implementing Industry 4.0/5.0 technologies. This includes engineers, IT professionals, researchers and anyone curious about the future of manufacturing and production. Time for each talk will be about 20’. Coffee break will facilitate professional networking and technical discussions between presenters and participants.

Date and time

All tutorials and workshops will be held on June 11th. The time for each event will be announced in the conference program.