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08_CI4_IMAGINE_Mª José Núñez

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  • 1. 4th Technology-Business Networking Event HABITAT, CONSTRUCTION, ARCHITECTURE & CERAMICS Organizers: Supporters: MARIA JOSÉ NUÑEZ IT Director Lead of the Furniture Living Lab in IMAGINE Project Cerámica Innova 4: From research to market
  • 2. 4th Technology-Business Networking Event HABITAT, CONSTRUCTION, ARCHITECTURE & CERAMICS Organizers: Funding programme: IP Project, co-funded by the European Union under the Virtual Factories and Enterprises theme (FoF-ICT-2011.7.3) Supporters: Budget: 11.397.399€ - % UE Co-funding: 7.991.000€ Length: START 01/09/2011 END 30/08/2014 (extension 4M) Website of the project: http://www.imagine-futurefactory.eu MARIA JOSÉ NUÑEZ IT Director Lead of the Furniture Living Lab in IMAGINE Project Cerámica Innova 4: From research to market
  • 3. 4th Technology-Business Networking Event HABITAT, CONSTRUCTION, ARCHITECTURE & CERAMICS IMAGINE Consortium: 7 leading IT Research organisations 3 leading IT industry corporations Organizers: 2 specialized SMEs Supporters: 5 Living Labs MARIA JOSÉ NUÑEZ IT Director Lead of the Furniture Living Lab in IMAGINE Project Cerámica Innova 4: From research to market
  • 4. 4th Technology-Business Networking Event HABITAT, CONSTRUCTION, ARCHITECTURE & CERAMICS Background: Limited point-to-point connections between Business IT & Organizers: Factory Automation  No global visibility  No timely reaction to problems & changes Supporters: entry points for  No easy SMEs Network Management Product Lifecycle IT Support From static & inflexible to MARIA JOSÉ NUÑEZ IT Director Lead of the Furniture Living Lab in IMAGINE Project dynamic on demand manufacturing networks Cerámica Innova 4: From research to market
  • 5. 4th Technology-Business Networking Event HABITAT, CONSTRUCTION, ARCHITECTURE & CERAMICS Objectives: • A novel management method for effective and cost-efficient DMN management Organizers: in the form of the IMAGINE Management and Monitoring Framework • Development, pre-commercial demonstration and experimentation, and strong validation via a 5 Living Labs approach: Supporters: Aerospace and Defense domain (EADS) Multi-site single factory context (Fraunhofer IPA) Furniture Manufacturing domain (AIDIMA) Car Manufacturing domain (FIAT) Engineering domain (UoW/WMCCM) MARIA JOSÉ NUÑEZ IT Director Lead of the Furniture Living Lab in IMAGINE Project Cerámica Innova 4: From research to market
  • 6. 4th Technology-Business Networking Event HABITAT, CONSTRUCTION, ARCHITECTURE & CERAMICS General Project Results: • Recommendations and Best Practices for Solution-oriented Networked Manufacturing Organizers: • 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 Supporters: collaboration with relevant EU projects • Commercial Exploitation of the IMAGINE Framework that will help SMEs to compete in the post financial crisis environment MARIA JOSÉ NUÑEZ IT Director Lead of the Furniture Living Lab in IMAGINE Project Cerámica Innova 4: From research to market
  • 7. 4th Technology-Business Networking Event HABITAT, CONSTRUCTION, ARCHITECTURE & CERAMICS Problems detected in Furniture sector: Organizers: Communications Data Exchange Supporters: Multisite Furniture Cluster Colaboratiive Production Networks Specialization (optimisation) Furniture Marketplace Innovation Search Partners Visibility (new business opportunities) Cerámica Innova 4: From research to market Tracking & Monitoring Productivity Improvement Cost/Time reduction MARIA JOSÉ NUÑEZ IT Director Unexpected Situations Lead of the Furniture Living Lab in IMAGINE Project Customer Oriented
  • 8. 4th Technology-Business Networking Event HABITAT, CONSTRUCTION, ARCHITECTURE & CERAMICS  Advantages of the project for Furniture Domain:  Facilitate interoperability between different Legacy Systems  A place to create synergies between the companies related to the Organizers: furniture sector  Reducing time spent on creating new products and catalogs, increasing innovation  Helps decision making through simulations  Supply Chain optimization Supporters: control and supervision of the production due to the dynamic  Greater network monitoring  Enhanced capacity to react to unexpected situations  Increase in service quality to customers MARIA JOSÉ NUÑEZ IT Director Lead of the Furniture Living Lab in IMAGINE Project Diseños Tapizados Muñoz Cerámica Innova 4: From research to market
  • 9. 4th Technology-Business Networking Event HABITAT, CONSTRUCTION, ARCHITECTURE & CERAMICS Main Result for AIDIMA: Furniture Living Lab «Dynamic Manufacturing in Furniture Sector on-demand supply and production networks”  Demonstrate and pilot the end-to-end management of a Dynamic Organizers: Network which is created ad-hoc on the basis of a Manufacturing spontaneous business opportunity  Facilitate the process of searching for new suppliers, adding a simulation process, automating much of the communication and data exchange which would previously require human interaction. Ability to provide order tracking Supporters: and monitoring transparently to the user in real time MARIA JOSÉ NUÑEZ IT Director Lead of the Furniture Living Lab in IMAGINE Project Cerámica Innova 4: From research to market
  • 10. 4th Technology-Business Networking Event HABITAT, CONSTRUCTION, ARCHITECTURE & CERAMICS  Key issue: Precise Definition of Use Cases. Ex.: Potential DMN based in a New Request Organizers:  Defining Production Requirements  Searching Partners  DMN Simulation for the best alternative Req.Web Req. 2 Req. N 1 Services Blueprint Repositorie s Partn. 1 Partn. 1 Partn. 1 Partn. 2 Partn. 2 Partn. 2 Partn. 3 Partn. 3 Partn. 3 IMAGINE Partn. N Partn. N Partn. N Web Services Production requirements Supporters: Web Services Adapters GdP (Company A) Web Services CATe (Company N) MARIA JOSÉ NUÑEZ IT Director Lead of the Furniture Living Lab in IMAGINE Project Web Services Cerámica Innova 4: From research to market GdP (Company B)
  • 11. 4th Technology-Business Networking Event HABITAT, CONSTRUCTION, ARCHITECTURE & CERAMICS  Another example: Order Tracking and Monitoring Organizers: Blueprint Repositorie s  Customer Order Confirmation  Production Orders Generation  Exchanging Orders Tracking Information  Monitoring Processes Supporters: IMAGINE Web Services Web Services Adapters GdP (Company A) Web Services GdP (Company N) MARIA JOSÉ NUÑEZ IT Director Lead of the Furniture Living Lab in IMAGINE Project Web Services Cerámica Innova 4: From research to market GdP (Company B)
  • 12. 4th Technology-Business Networking Event HABITAT, CONSTRUCTION, ARCHITECTURE & CERAMICS  Expected Impact: • • • • • • Large Industries Organizers: Agile value chain streamlining New business models based on sustainable value creation Economy of scope and scale Dynamically respond to global competition Improved efficiency, Supporters: 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 • More dynamic business ecosystems in their industry of influence Better negotiation and consulting power Cerámica Innova 4: From research to market • • • • 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 IT Industry Trade Associations • Research • MARIA JOSÉ NUÑEZ Opening up new market opportunities for ICT products IT Director and services Lead of the Furnituremore social and sustainable enterprise • ICT support for a Living Lab in IMAGINE Project
  • 13. 4th Technology-Business Networking Event HABITAT, CONSTRUCTION, ARCHITECTURE & CERAMICS Special Interest Group #1 IMAGINE Industry Community  Get involved: IMAGINE Partners’ Supply Chain Collaborators IMAGINE Collaborators Network (SMEs) Organizers: Join the IMAGINE Specific Interest Groups for collaboration during the different phases Supporters: of the project IMAGINE partners Special Interest Group #2 IMAGINE Scientific Community MARIA JOSÉ NUÑEZ IT Director Lead of the Furniture Living Lab in IMAGINE Project General Stakeholders Cerámica Innova 4: From research to market
  • 14. 4th Technology-Business Networking Event HABITAT, CONSTRUCTION, ARCHITECTURE & CERAMICS Organizers: Thank you for your attention! http://www.imagine-futurefactory.eu info@imagine-futurefactory.eu Supporters: ImagineFF Imagine Future Factory ImagineFutureFactory ImagineFutureFactory MARIA JOSÉ NUÑEZ IT Director Lead of the Furniture Living Lab in IMAGINE Project Cerámica Innova 4: From research to market

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