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Sep 17, 2021

On September 16, SEAT S.A. announced that it has created a predictive maintenance system for robots in joint collaboration with the Production area and SEAT S.A.’s software development centre, SEAT:CODE.
The use case consists of a predictive maintenance solution for the welding grippers of specific robots. Using the information generated by these robots, it is possible to process and analyse the data from the grippers and implement algorithms to predict when they might fail depending on the behaviour of these variables. By utilising this information, SEAT S.A.’s main production plant is able to avoid possible interruptions in production.
SEAT S.A.’s Martorell factory is part of the Digital Production Platform, the Volkswagen industrial Cloud created together with Amazon Web Services as well as integration partner Siemens and which integrates the different plants of the Volkswagen Group.
The use case developed by SEAT S.A. can also be extended and applied to other Volkswagen Group plants as it is integrated in the cloud.

(Seat press release)

Sep 16, 2021

On September 15, SEAT S.A. management announced that it met with union representatives to negotiate new flexibility measures to reprioritize production at the Martorell plant due to the global shortage in the supply of semiconductors.
SEAT maintained its forecast volumes in the first part of the year 2021, however, in recent weeks the company has been forced to cancel production shifts and interrupt production on different occasions, agreeing on internal flexibility measures with union representatives.
The company management has presented to the union representatives a temporary lay-off plan that will allow for the temporary reduction of part of the production, and the possible additional cancellation of shifts. The ERTE for the partial reduction of the production volume will be applied, first of all, on a voluntary basis. The scope and conditions of the ERTE, which would apply from September 27 and will be in effect until June 30, 2022, will be determined during the negotiation. The company will also negotiate these flexibility measures at the Barcelona and El Prat de Llobregat centres.
(SEAT press release on September 15, 2021)

Sep 02, 2021

On September 1, SEAT revealed the forthcoming electric crossover CUPRA UrbanRebel Concept due in 2025.
The CUPRA UrbanRebel Concept delivers 250 kW of continuous power and up to 320 kW at its peak. It can accelerate from zero to 100 km/h in only 3.2 secs. It has got length of 4,080 mm, a width of 1,795 mm and a height of 1,444 mm.
CUPRA has aesthetically designed shark nose created using a negative surface. The front face is also emphasized by the new triangular signature in the headlamps. The wraparound window graphic generates the visual effect of a helmet, wedge line from the C-pillar to the front door with diagonal sculptural surfaces., that create tensional contrast. The rear view of the UrbanRebel Concept shows athletic shoulders.
The CUPRA UrbanRebel Concept will be unveiled at the preopening of the new CUPRA City Garage in Munich, during the IAA Mobility 2021 in Munich.

(SEAT press release)