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Mr. Chris Decubber from EFFRA presented the ActionplanT FoF project. He gave basic information and presented examples of the research area of the project.

Mr. Chris Decubber from EFFRA presented the ActionplanT FoF project. He gave basic information and presented examples of the research area of the project.
(FInES Cluster Meeting, December 2012)

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  • Diese Vorlage eignet sich als Ausgangspunkt für Aktualisierungen zu Projektmeilensteinen.AbschnitteAbschnitte durch Klicken mit der rechten Maustaste auf eine Folie hinzufügen Abschnitte können Sie bei der Gliederung Ihrer Folien unterstützen oder die Zusammenarbeit zwischen mehreren Autoren erleichtern.NotizenVerwenden Sie den Notizenbereich für Vortragsnotizen oder optionale Detailinformationen für Ihr Publikum. Zeigen Sie diese Notizen während der Präsentation in der Vortragsansicht an. Achten Sie auf den Schriftgrad (für Barrierefreiheit, Sichtbarkeit, Videoerstellung und Onlineproduktion wichtig)Abgestimmte Farben Achten Sie besonders auf Diagramme, Illustrationen und Textfelder. Bedenken Sie, dass Teilnehmer schwarzweiß oder in Graustufen drucken. Erstellen Sie einen Probedruck, um sicherzustellen, dass Ihre Farben funktionieren, wenn Ihre Teilnehmer in schwarzweiß und Graustufen drucken.Grafiken, Tabellen und DiagrammeGestalten Sie einfach: Verwenden Sie möglichst einheitliche Formate und Farben, die nicht vom Inhalt ablenken.Beschriften Sie alle Diagramme und Tabellen.
  • Diese Vorlage eignet sich als Ausgangspunkt für Aktualisierungen zu Projektmeilensteinen.AbschnitteAbschnitte durch Klicken mit der rechten Maustaste auf eine Folie hinzufügen Abschnitte können Sie bei der Gliederung Ihrer Folien unterstützen oder die Zusammenarbeit zwischen mehreren Autoren erleichtern.NotizenVerwenden Sie den Notizenbereich für Vortragsnotizen oder optionale Detailinformationen für Ihr Publikum. Zeigen Sie diese Notizen während der Präsentation in der Vortragsansicht an. Achten Sie auf den Schriftgrad (für Barrierefreiheit, Sichtbarkeit, Videoerstellung und Onlineproduktion wichtig)Abgestimmte Farben Achten Sie besonders auf Diagramme, Illustrationen und Textfelder. Bedenken Sie, dass Teilnehmer schwarzweiß oder in Graustufen drucken. Erstellen Sie einen Probedruck, um sicherzustellen, dass Ihre Farben funktionieren, wenn Ihre Teilnehmer in schwarzweiß und Graustufen drucken.Grafiken, Tabellen und DiagrammeGestalten Sie einfach: Verwenden Sie möglichst einheitliche Formate und Farben, die nicht vom Inhalt ablenken.Beschriften Sie alle Diagramme und Tabellen.

12 action plant-and_fines-decubber 12 action plant-and_fines-decubber Presentation Transcript

  • ICT for ManufacturingRoadmapping and Industrial Learning Chris Decubber Agoria/EFFRA FInES Cluster meeting 19 December 2011 (C) ActionPlanT 2011
  • ICT for ManufacturingAmbitions for Manufacturing Enterprises • Accommodate changing demands & deliver customized products On- • Make supply networks agile, interoperable, and manageable demand • Deliver high quality products that are durable and competitively priced Optimal • Focus not only on the design but also on after-sales services • Faster introduction of collective innovation Innovate • Short turnaround – from laboratory prototype to full-scale production • Reduce energy footprints on shop floors and increase End-of-Life (EoL) use Green • Be compliant with new regulations • Change perception from being production-centric to human-centric Human- • More accommodating towards needs of the workforce and customers centric (C) ActionPlanT 2011
  • ICT MegatrendsTechnology Push Perspective Collaboration Mobility Connectivity Intelligence • OEM – supplier – • Proliferation of mobile • Sensors, controllers, • Data analytics and subcontractor devices embedded devices a forecasting on-the-fly collaboration • „On-the-go‟ and commonplace • Leveraging cheaper • Trends of contract „Always-on‟ users • „Intranet of Things‟ to storage and low cost manufacturing and • New businesses „Internet of Things‟ processors „product as a service‟ (manufacturing apps & • Bidirectional interaction • Making sense out of • Customer involvement stores) with real-world objects manufacturing data in product design Human–centric Manufacturing (C) ActionPlanT 2011
  • Beyond the Shop FloorA Manufacturing 2.0 Enterprise Agile Manufacturing Collaborative Supply Seamless Factory Systems & Networks Lifecycle People atin-the- the Customersbetween OEMs Processes  Great collaboration CEO Management forefront loop and subcontracts through CIO  standardized interfaces disparate Seamless integration of  Controlling and holistic planning of Better knowledge delivery  systems and robots Total visibility of production, Quality and sustainable products future factories mechanisms  Real-Timeand materials of inventory, enforcement for customers  Predictive and condition based Continuous skills improvement  engineering changes, quality, Quick response and customisations Design thinking in supply chain maintenance  regulatory, tools for aged in the Assistance requirements workers Planners  planning collaborationinformation Customer  front linee-learning tools for all VP Sales  Status/throughput/KPI Intuitive  New paradigms such as “products VP Manuf. on-demand on-mobile for decision Sales Manager  Advanced algorithms on large data as a service” and “after-sales makers sets & manage by exception services” Design Manager Plant Manager SALES & MARKETING ENGINEERING MANUFACTURING FIELD SALES Orders returned CUSTOMER CUSTOMEREXTERNAL DESIGNER SUPPLIERS & SUBCONTRACTORS (C) ActionPlanT 2011
  • Cluster „Collaborative Supply Networks‟• RP4.1 – Cloud-based Manufacturing Business Web for Supply Network Collaboration• RP4.2 – ICT-supported remanufacturing across the supply network• RP4.3 – Leveraging mobility for an agile and intelligent supply network• RP4.4 – Internet-of-Things in networked value chain• RP4.5 – Complex Event Processing (CEP) for state detection and query processing in supply networks• RP4.6 – Property Rights Management of products and code in supply networks• RP4.7 – Multi-Enterprise Role-Based Access Control (mRBAC) in manufacturing supply networks (C) ActionPlanT 2011 07/12/2011 5
  • Research PrioritiesExample: 2.5 Multi-level simulation for enhanced factory modeling © ActionPlanT 2011 07/12/2011 6
  • Example – RP2.5 Multi-level Simulation for EnhancedFactory Modeling © ActionPlanT 2011 07/12/2011 7
  • ActionPlanT and Industrial Learning Industry Education Competencies Competencies Professional Knowledge Needs Assets Industry Collaboration Academia Learning Programs Learning Process & Actions & Tools Implementation Development Competencies R&D Best Business Market Projects Practices Successes Demand Specification © ActionPlanT 2011
  • Agile Manufacturing Systems & Processes FoF Roadmap beyond 2013 Seamless Factory Lifecycle challenges RD&I and enablers Management Challenges Technologies & enablersCollaborative Supply • Networks Economical • Mechatronic technologies for manufacturing systems • ICT for manufacturing enterprises • Social sustainability Customers in-the- • Advanced materials in loop manufacturing systems • Environmental • Novel manufacturing processes for advanced materials • New products People at the markets • Knowledge workers and skills forefront adaptation • Modeling, simulation and forecasting • Manufacturing business strategies (C) ActionPlanT 2011
  • CeBIT – 06-10 March 2012 Conference & Exhibtion "ICT & Factories of the Future”
  • Conference " ICT & Factories of the Future” - 6 March 2012CeBIT, Hall 9, Hannover Fair, Hannover, GermanyDraft AgendaChair: Thierry Van der Pyl, Director, European Commission13.00 Keynote (TBC) Senior official from the European Commission13.20 Welcome (blocked) Hervé Couturier, Executive Vice-President Business Intelligence; Head of SAP Research Philippe Forestier, Executive Vice-President Global Affairs & Communities, Dassault Systèmes13.50 Panel Discussion on “Future Research in ICT for Manufacturing” (TBC) VP Kroes; Industrial CTOs (SAP, Dassault Systèmes, EFFRA)14.20 Coffee Break14.40 Towards Manufacturing 2.0 - ActionPlanT Roadmap Presentation (TBC) Dr. Uwe Kubach, SAP AG15.10 Industrial Learning – How ICT Can Contribute to Manufacturing 2.0 ActionPlanT Project Speaker15.30 Project Presentations (15 min per project) Factories of the Future projects16.30 Outlook on Factories of the Future Erastos Filos, Factories of the Future ICT Coordinator, European Commission17.00 End of Conference
  • Exhibition Booth "ICT & Factories of the Future” - 6-10 March 2012CeBIT, Hall 9, Hannover Fair, Hannover, Germany FoF- Conference Area FoF- Exhibition Area (43 m²)
  • Preliminary layout – CeBIT Booth • storage room • 6 project desks o 1 bar table o 2 bar stools o 1 back wall (optional: LCD-Screen) o electricity / internet • eye catcher KAP PLANTCockpit
  • Preliminary layout – CeBIT Booth FoF – Factories of the Future
  • Framework • Dedicated FoF-exhibition stand in the CeBIT research hall, in close neighborhood to the stand of the German Ministry of Economics (BMWi) • Personalized / individually designable exhibition space • 2 exhibitor passes per project for the entire CeBIT • 300 visitor tickets per project • Access to the CeBIT lab talk conference forum with over 100 events • Over 300 R&D-exhibitors in one dedicated hall; among others: o German Ministry of Research and Education (BMBF) o DFKI – German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence o DLR – German Aerospace Center o FhG - Fraunhofer FIT, FOKUS, IAIS, IUK, SIT etc. o SAP Research o UBIFrance
  • Cost Calculation (per partner) • Co-Exhibition Fee: 650,00 EUR • LCD-Screen : 365,00 EUR • Internet-Connection; 140,00 EUR Target: 1.155,00 EUR
  • Roadmapping and Industrial Learning ICT for Manufacturing Thank you for your attention! chris.decubber@agoria.behttp://www.actionplant-project.eu/public/documents/roadmap.pdf http://www.actionplant-project.eu/ http://www.actionplant-community.org/ (C) ActionPlanT 2011