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In his presentation entitled: “IMAGINE Innovative end-to-end Management of Dynamic Manufacturing Networks”, Dr. Raimund BROECHLER presented the basic information, approach, objectives and expected …

In his presentation entitled: “IMAGINE Innovative end-to-end Management of Dynamic Manufacturing Networks”, Dr. Raimund BROECHLER presented the basic information, approach, objectives and expected impact of the IMAGINE project.

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  • 1. FInES Cluster Meeting Dr. Raimund BROECHLER European Commission, Brussels October 12th, 2011
  • 2. Project ID
    • Coordinator: INTRASOFT International S.A.
    • Consortium: SOFTWARE AG, SANTER REPLY SPA, LOGO ELEKTRONIK AS, FRAUNHOFER IPA, NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS, THE UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK, SCIENTIFIC ACADEMY FOR SERVICE TECHNOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF PATRAS, CENTRE NATIONALE DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE, UNINOVA, EADS, AIDIMA, CENTRO RICERCHE FIAT SCPA
    • Budget: 10,0670,093€ (7,537,000€ EU contribution)
    • Duration: 01.09.2011-31.08.2014 (36 months)
  • 3. Project ID
    • Web page, Social Media & Contact Details:
      • Project Management: [email_address] :
    http://www.imagine-futurefactory.eu Imagine Future Factory ImagineFF ImagineFutureFactory ImagineFutureFactory [email_address]
  • 4. Project Objectives (1/2)
    • A novel management method for effective and cost-efficient DMN management in the form of the IMAGINE Management and Monitoring Framework:
      • The IMAGINE DMN lifecycle management methodology
      • The IMAGINE ICT Platform
    • Development, pre-commercial demonstration and experimentation, and strong validation via a 5 Living Labs approach:
      • Aerospace and Defense domain (EADS)
      • Multi-site single factory context (Fraunhofer IPA)
      • Furniture Manufacturing domain (AIDIMA)
      • Car Manufacturing domain (FIAT)
      • Engineering domain (UoW/WMCCM)
  • 5. Project Objectives (2/2)
    • Recommendations/Best Practises for Solution-oriented Networked Manufacturing
    • Contribution to Standards
    • A program of Education, Training and Specialist Courses in networked manufacturing, the Benefits and Risks of DMNs, the need for to open up data and support visibility across the networked manufacturing enterprise
    • Spreading Excellence by disseminating knowledge and research results, and close collaboration with relevant EU projects
    • Commercial Exploitation of the IMAGINE Framework that will help SMEs to compete in the post financial crisis environment
  • 6. Concept and Approach IMAGINE DMN Framework
    • Relies on end-to-end integrated ICT solutions that effectively enable the management of networked manufacturing supply chains
    • Is market-oriented with focus on value chain streamlining and support for innovative business models
  • 7. Expected Impact
    • Large Industries
    • Agile value chain streamlining
    • New business models based on sustainable value creation
    • Economy of scope and scale
    • Dynamically respond to global competition
    • Improved efficiency, adaptability and collaboration
    • Smart recourse management within a supply network
    • SMEs
    • Collaborative entrepreneurial innovation
    • Favorable business environment and access to wider markets
    • Boost competitiveness
    • Joining of complementary skills and capacities
    • Brand building and reputation management – better visibility
    • Sharing of risks and recourses
    • Research
    • End-to-end management of manufacturing networks formulated for the product’s lifecycle
    • Sustainability concerns integrated within next generation enterprise
    • Integrated information pipelines across the supply networks
    • Bi-directoral technology and knowledge exchange
    • Trade Associations
    • More dynamic business ecosystems in their industry of influence
    • Better negotiation and consulting power
    • IT Industry
    • Opening up new market opportunities for ICT products and services
    • ICT support for a more social and sustainable enterprise
  • 8. Thank you for your Attention! http://www.imagine-futurefactory.eu Imagine Future Factory ImagineFF ImagineFutureFactory ImagineFutureFactory [email_address]

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