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Dr Oscar Lazaro from Innovalia Association presented "Industrial Experiences in Sensing Enterprise Use Case Deployments" (FInES Workshop at Aalborg)

Dr Oscar Lazaro from Innovalia Association presented "Industrial Experiences in Sensing Enterprise Use Case Deployments" (FInES Workshop at Aalborg)

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  • 1. Industrial Experiences in Sensing Enterprise Use Case Deployments FInES Workshop – Panel 2 – The Sensing Enterprise Aalborg, 09 May 2012 Dr Oscar Lazaro – Innovalia Association© SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012
  • 2. Agenda This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium  The FASyS Experience.  Lessons Learned.  SMEs pathway towards a Sensing Enterprise Ecosystem.© SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012
  • 3. This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium THE FASYS EXPERIENCE DEPLOYMENT OF INTEGRATED AND PERSONALISED RISK MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS IN A SENSING ENTERPRISE© SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012
  • 4. Background This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium  FASyS – the Spanish acronym for Absolutely Safe and Healthy Factory  FASyS is a 40 month duration project, started in September 2009 with a budget of 23.3 M€.  FASyS involves 13 companies and 11 research centres and universities.  FASyS aims at improving business competitiveness in “human-centric” manufacturing processes through new levels of industrial safety and workplace comfort facilitated by a strong IoT foundation.© SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012
  • 5. The FASyS concept back in 2009 This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium  The knowledge worker and human- centric manufacturing are pillars of new European production models.  But…..  Workforce is aging fast.  Human error is the source of 90% of accidents and incidents in industry.  The impact of error on workers is more severe.  Competitiveness of new industrial models could be compromised from the start.  Technology & prevention models lack the right scope to protect the worker as an strategic asset.© SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012
  • 6. The Business Challenge This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium IoT & Sensing Enterprise could be instrumental to achieve the right balance© SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012
  • 7. The Operational Challenge This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium There is a need for continuous, proactive, absolute management of security and health – “factory worker first”.© SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012
  • 8. The Operational Challenge This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium Can well-known and emerging hazards be completely managed in an integrated, proactive and continuous manner?© SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012
  • 9. © SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012 FASyS – A “caring” manufacturing enterprise This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium
  • 10. © SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012 FASyS – A “caring” manufacturing enterprise This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium
  • 11. © SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012 FASyS – A “caring” manufacturing enterprise This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium
  • 12. FASyS – A “caring” manufacturing enterprise This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium 2 4 Risk Characterisation Information Management Risk Information & Training Inteligent FASyS Service Risk Actuation Systems Work Management Health Ergonomics & Worker activity Machine Tool – environment Monitoring Psico-Sociology monitoring Active Security º monitoring º Training Systems Machine Tool Location Advanced Human Higine Security Monitoring services Machine Interfaces 3 1 Integrated Strategies for Risk Risk Management Risk Analysis & Identificacion Advanced Commmunication Acquisition Communication Location Management Sensorised Prevention Sensors Textiles Short-range hybrid sensor Personal Health Decision Support networks Services R R Systems De De Sensorised Machine Proactive Risk Tools for Risk Tools Heterogeneous Management & Prediction communication Visualisation (Simulation) Environmental Artificial Vision networks Sensors Systems© SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012
  • 13. © SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012 LESSONS LEARNED This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium
  • 14. © SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012 Testing sites – Large Enterprises & SMEs This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium
  • 15. Lessons Learned  Technical This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium  Data reliability. Sensor data + acquisition method description.  Data openness. Data is both open and close based on trusted networks and usage context.  Data stream scalability. Data processing should be flexible and distributed.  Reasoning resilience. Resilience to data unavailability, ambiguity, imprecision and error for real system deployment.  Linked knowledge. Knowledge searches for smart objects.  Smart object autonomy. Smart object exhibit “glocal” intelligence.  Smart object morphing. Smart objects may serve purposes beyond those that they were intended for.  Messaging performance. Secure QoS-aware service messaging.© SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012
  • 16. Lessons Learned This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium  Economic  Business impact assessment methods should focus on effect quantification not technology.  Traditional business processes were initially revisited to exploit sensing enterprise solutions.  New business models could not be pushed. At latter stages new business opportunities naturally emerged from the adoption of new business processes.  Non-technical  Legal framework analysis focused on governance, accountability and liability.  Social framework focused on privacy empowerment and transparency vs. vigilance and scrutiny.© SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012
  • 17. Lessons Learned – Knowledge dynamics and intelligence This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium  Knowledge should not be an static asset to be searched or found.  Searching for knowledge is a painful and slow experience. Less value  Knowledge is the sensing enterprise “protein”. The enterprise genome.  Knowledge “proteins” in traditional and “new coded” forms must actively attach and modify the behaviour of relevant enterprise objects – smart objects.  Knowledge in continuous and fit motion through the enterprise torrent equals to increased business value generation.© SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012
  • 18. © SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012 ACTION DECISION ANALISIS Lessons Learned – Knowledge dynamics and intelligence This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium
  • 19. ECOSYSTEM© SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012 THE ROLE OF SMES IN A SENSING ENTERPRISE This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium
  • 20. SME Context  SME activity focus is on medium-term survival. This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium  Business case evaluation for advanced IT solutions is difficult in the SME context.  Lack of control over business environment + limited market share.  SMEs take the dual role of PROSUMER in the FI context  SMEs are trapped in a resource crossroad towards (Future) Internet technology embracement  SMEs are “organic”, responsive, flexible and adaptive and require different managerial approaches for predominantly flat structures© SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012
  • 21. SME Context  SME as a technology consumer This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium  Sensing enterprise promise increased business opportunities.  Interesting framework to capitalise on SME agility.  Self-x support key to SME adoption  Evolutionary adoption paths preferred to disruptive ones.  SME as s technology & service developer  Sensing enterprise solid framework.  Standardisation on interfaces and description languages required.  Reference technology platforms cannot cover all. Need for customisation.  Niche enablers and advanced services (data managament, data fusion, intelligence services..).© SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012
  • 22. Acknowledgements This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium FASyS – Absolutely Safe & Healthy Factory http://www.fasys.es/en/index.php ComVantage – Collaborative Manufacturing Network for Competitive Advantage http://www.comvantage.eu/ SMEs in the Future Internet Task Force http://www.fines-cluster.eu/fines/jm/FInES-Task-Forces/smes-in-the- future-internet-task-force.html© SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012
  • 23. © SMEs in the Future Internet (FI) Task Force - 2012 Thank you Dr Oscar Lazaro www.innovalia.org olazaro@innovalia.org Questions This document is the property of ComVantage project and may not be copied or communicated without written consent of Comvantage Consortium