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In his presentation entitled: “ADVENTURE The Plug-and-Play Virtual Factory”, Mr. Stuart Campbell, Chief Technology Officer TIE, presented the approach, concept and objectives of the ADVENTURE project.

In his presentation entitled: “ADVENTURE The Plug-and-Play Virtual Factory”, Mr. Stuart Campbell, Chief Technology Officer TIE, presented the approach, concept and objectives of the ADVENTURE project.

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  • November 19, 2007 | |
  • November 19, 2007 | | Zeigen, dass es unterschiedliche Komponenten gibt, welche immer wieder neu zusammengestellt werden müssen
  • November 19, 2007 | |
  • November 19, 2007 | |
  • November 19, 2007 | | Zeigen, dass es unterschiedliche Komponenten gibt, welche immer wieder neu zusammengestellt werden müssen
  • November 19, 2007 | | Zeigen, dass es unterschiedliche Komponenten gibt, welche immer wieder neu zusammengestellt werden müssen
  • November 19, 2007 | | Work Package driven
  • November 19, 2007 | |
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    • 1. ADVENTURE The Plug-and-Play Virtual Factory ( Adaptive Virtual ENTerprise ManufacTURing Environment) Stuart Campbell Chief Technology Officer TIE Presentation to FINES Cluster Meeting FoF-ICT-2011.7.3: Virtual Factories and Enterprises
    • 2. The Journey
      • Approach:
        • Process-based establishment of virtual factories
      • Requirements:
        • Integration of legacy systems
        • Coupling with IT-systems of business partners
        • Manufacturing processes
          • Establishment
          • Management
          • Monitoring
          • Adaptation
        • Improve information availability and reaction times
    • 3. Concept and Objectives
      • Virtual Factory Management:
        • Formalised descriptions of factories, their services, and their properties
        • (e.g., location, quality standards, regulations, costs)
      • Process Definition, Forecasting, and Simulation:
        • Establish and manage virtual factories
        • Based on abstract processes
      • Real-time Monitoring, Knowledge
      • Management, and Process Adaptation:
        • Monitor and adapt virtual factories
        • Step-by-step execution of processes
        • Discover services during runtime
        • Integrate information from the
        • Internet of Things
    • 4. What will we Deliver
    • 5. ADVENTURE Technology Science Users FoF-ICT-2011.7.3: Virtual Factories and Enterprises STREP ID 285220 / 2.8M€ / 36M http://www.fp7-adventure.eu/ Coordinator: Stefan Goebel, University of Darmstad [email_address] FINES Contacts: Stuart Campbell, TIE [email_address] Gash Bhullar, TANET gbhullar@control2k.co.uk
    • 6. ADVENTURE Stuart Campbell Chief Technology Officer, TIE [email_address]
    • 7. ADVENTURE The Plug-and-Play Virtual Factory ( Adaptive Virtual ENTerprise ManufacTURing Environment) Stuart Campbell Chief Technology Officer TIE Presentation to FINES Cluster Meeting FoF-ICT-2011.7.3: Virtual Factories and Enterprises
    • 8. ADVENTURE (c)ADVENTURE Consortium
    • 9. Adaptive Virtual ENTerprise ManufacTURing Environment
      • Example Scenario: Car Seat Manufacturing
      • What is actually a car seat?
        • Frame, cushion, seat cover?
        • Fancy cover?
        • LCD display?
        •  Components that need to be composed and adapted for different customers and their expectations
    • 10. High Level View (c)ADVENTURE Consortium Internet of Things Information from smart objects Information from smart objects Manufacturing Process
    • 11. The Journey
      • Approach:
        • Process-based establishment of virtual factories
      • Requirements:
        • Integration of legacy systems
        • Coupling with IT-systems of business partners
        • Manufacturing processes
          • Establishment
          • Management
          • Monitoring
          • Adaptation
        • Improve information availability and reaction times
    • 12. Concept and Objectives
      • Virtual Factory Management:
        • Formalised descriptions of factories, their services, and their properties
        • (e.g., location, quality standards, regulations, costs)
      • Process Definition, Forecasting, and Simulation:
        • Establish and manage virtual factories
        • Based on abstract processes
      • Real-time Monitoring, Knowledge
      • Management, and Process Adaptation:
        • Monitor and adapt virtual factories
        • Step-by-step execution of processes
        • Discover services during runtime
        • Integrate information from the
        • Internet of Things
    • 13. (c)ADVENTURE Consortium
    • 14. What will we Deliver
    • 15. Implementation and Timeline
    • 16. ADVENTURE Technology Science Users FoF-ICT-2011.7.3: Virtual Factories and Enterprises STREP ID 285220 / 2.8M€ / 36M http://www.fp7-adventure.eu/ Coordinator: Stefan Goebel, University of Darmstad [email_address] FINES Contacts: Stuart Campbell, TIE [email_address] Gash Bhullar, TANET gbhullar@control2k.co.uk
    • 17. ADVERT
      • Projects ADVENTURE and PREMANUS are sponsoring the FInES Technology Watch leadership and FET Taskforce
      • “ The FInES cluster recognizes the importance of technology innovation for the future of enterprises. Since a lot of this innovation happens outside the cluster boundaries there is a need to monitor the ever-changing technology scene, identify the relevant topics and bring them for active discussions among the cluster stakeholders.” http://www.fines-cluster.eu/fines/jm/FInES-Task-Forces/technology-watch-and-fet-task-force.html
      • Created 2010, Aim:
      • Schedule invited talks at cluster events
      • Share relevant materials on the FInES website
      • Create visibility for technologies used by various cluster projects
      • All new projects should have a DOW commitment for assisting taskforces so I look forward to receiving you contact point for this group
    • 18. ADVENTURE Stuart Campbell Chief Technology Officer, TIE [email_address]

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