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Mr. Chris Decubber from EFFRA presented the role his association, gave an overview of its activities and outlined the future directions envisioned.
(FInES Cluster Meeting, December 2012)

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  3. 3. RD&I challenges and enablers Challenges Technologies & enablers• Economical • Mechatronic technologies for manufacturing systems • ICT for manufacturing enterprises• Social sustainability • Advanced materials in manufacturing systems• Environmental • Novel manufacturing processes for advanced materials• New products markets • Knowledge workers and skills adaptation • Modeling, simulation and forecasting • Manufacturing business strategies
  4. 4. Beyond the Shop FloorA Manufacturing 2.0 Enterprise the Agile Manufacturing Collaborative Supply Seamless Factory People at & Systems Networks Lifecycle Customers in-the- Processes  Great collaboration between OEMs CEO Management forefront loop and subcontracts through CIO  Seamless integration of disparate standardized interfaces  Controlling knowledge delivery of  Better and holistic planning Quality visibilityandproduction, systems of robots   Total and sustainable products future factories mechanisms  Real-Time enforcement of inventory, and materials for customers  Predictive and condition based Continuous skills improvement   Quickthinkingchanges, quality, engineering and supply chain Design response in customisations maintenance Planners  Assistance tools for aged workers regulatory, planning requirements in the  Customer collaboration   Intuitive e-learning tools for all Status/throughput/KPI information front line as “products VP Sales SalesNew paradigms such for decision  on-demand on-mobile Manager VP Manuf.  Advanced algorithms“after-sales as a service” and on large data makers sets & manage by exception services” Design Manager Plant Manager SALES & MARKETING ENGINEERING MANUFACTURING FIELD SALES Orders returned CUSTOMER CUSTOMEREXTERNAL DESIGNER SUPPLIERS & SUBCONTRACTORS http://www.actionplant-project.eu/public/documents/roadmap.pdf
  5. 5. Cluster „Collaborative supply chain‟• 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
  6. 6. RP4.1 – Cloud-based Manufacturing Business Web for Supply Network CollaborationThe Manufacturing Business Web (MBW) is envisioned as a cloud-based real-time and easy access middleware that will facilitate stakeholders in the Manufacturing 2.0 supply network to perform end-to- end manufacturing services encompassing domains of customer collaboration, collaborative service management, and collaborative manufacturing. It will be a manufacturing service delivery framework which at the same time is secure, robust, and interoperable.
  7. 7. RP4.2 – ICT-supported remanufacturing across the supply networkOne of the key issues deterring the uptake of remanufacturing is the information gap which is created when products leave the OEM. The information gap is the result of the lack of data on product usage, repair, service, and refurbishment history. This, in turn, results in the fact that the input to the remanufacturing process is of unknown quality. The lack of reliable information for remanufacturing leads to missed opportunities with respect to increased economic or environmental impact.
  8. 8. RP4.3 – Leveraging mobility for an agile and intelligent supply networkResponsiveness of stakeholders within a supply network can be increased and new business opportunities could be availed if the right kind of data is made available to the decision makers at the right time “on-the-fly” and “on-the-go”. Next generation of computing research should avail the combined power of the internet and mobile devices to render data from shop floor, production systems, as well as disparate business systems across to supply network to human stakeholders in the supply network.
  9. 9. RP4.4 – Internet-of-Things in networked value chainManufacturing 2.0 enterprise assets and products of the future will leverage the concept of the "Internet of Things" where objects carry information about themselves, communicate with each other and the world around them. In order to harness the potential of connected objects and perform meaningful data analytics, future research should bridge the gap between different abstractions of objects operating at the shop floor level, business systems level, and at the level of supply networks.
  10. 10. RP4.5 – Complex Event Processing (CEP) for state detection and query processing in supply networksConnected objects representing “Internet of Things” in supply chain networks will give rise to copious amount of data generated in the form of events. These events will be distributed in nature displaying the characteristics of non-determinism and asynchrony which will be a challenge for global state/predicate detection as well as discrete/continuous query processing. Future ICT research in Complex Event Processing (CEP) should devise solutions for detection of meaningful conditions in networks.
  11. 11. RP4.6 – Property Rights Management of products and code in supply networksAlthough strict laws for Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) are a commonplace, enforcement seems to be an issue in the absence of well established ICT mechanisms for piracy detection and tracking. To counter the threat of piracy and counterfeiting of products, ICT research should apply and advance the latest advances made in Digital Rights Management (DRM) for music, video, photographic images, and software to products that are manufactured in Europe and the software code embedded therein.
  12. 12. RP4.7 – Multi-Enterprise Role-Based Access Control (mRBAC) in manufacturing supply networksOne of the greatest obstacles in the acceptance and adoption of cloud platforms in productive environments is the inability to manage and prevent threats originating from unauthorised access of enterprise data. For Manufacturing 2.0 enterprises of the future to effectively cooperate and collaborate in ecosystems comprising trusted as well as un-trusted vendors, it is important that the notion of RBAC be extended and successfully applied in the context of manufacturing supply networks.
  13. 13. Cluster „Customer Centric Design andManufacturing ‟• RP5.3 – Collaborative Design for global Manufacturing of Product-Service Systems• RP5.4 – Crowd sourcing for highly personalized human-centric innovative product
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. Towards the FoF PPP under Horizon 2020• integration is key• future size of Europe‟s research PPPs should surpass competing initiatives (US, Japan, China, Korea)• focus on demonstration and innovation requires additional financial investments• measure the programme impact with market oriented and macro-economic indicators
  16. 16. EFFRA: entry point for information about all FoF projectsCreate awareness about FInES „solutions‟ among organisations with initial interest in „pure‟ manufacturing (including SME‟s)
  17. 17. Thank you for your attention! Chris Decubber T: +32 2 706 8013 chris.decubber@effra.eu www.effra.eu

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