ARTISAN project: resource efficiency for textile industry

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ARTISAN : Energy-aware enterprise systems for low-carbon intelligent operations
The ARTISAN project envisions significant reductions (at least 10%) in energy consumption and CO2 emissions of the European Textile Industry by integrating data-capturing technologies, process-based energy measurement and real-time optimization of operations.
It will provide enterprise management systems with services for monitoring and operational decision making, available at each supply chain partner, and, additionally, trading services for energy and carbon permits forging collaboration across supply networks.

Relying on a service-oriented architecture and data capturing through sensors and energy metering devices, expected achievements and technologies to be used of ARTISAN include:


an information infrastructure, enabled by AUTO ID, WSN or other hardware components, for efficient capture, storage and communication of energy consumption data;

energy performance indicator structures and services for the textile industry;

services monitoring, reporting and analyzing energy performance per process;

real-time optimization algorithms for planning and scheduling of supply chain processes and enterprise operations in terms of cost reductions and minimum consumption of energy;

tools for evaluating overall energy efficiency based on productivity assessment of processes and implicitly of products;

intra- and inter-organisational services for energy consumption forecast and trade of energy and CO2;

a layered architecture interconnecting the modules in a seamless way, enabling interoperability both internally and among supply chain partners.


Field trials based on representative use-cases drawn from the European textile industry will demonstrate the functionality of the modules and the interconnections in a real context.
Hence, each company is encouraged to become an ARTISAN in energy management, but mostly an ARTISAN in decisions based on energy and environmental indicators in both its day-to-day operations and business partnerships.

Aspects related to energy trade are in the perspective of a smart energy grid.

http://www.artisan-project.eu/

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ARTISAN project: resource efficiency for textile industry

  1. 1. Factory management optimisation for energy efficiency: the ARTISAN project perspective Innovation for resource efficiency in the European Textile and Clothing Industry 22nd November 2012, BrusselsPiero De SabbataBruxelles, 1resource efficiency22 Nov 2012
  2. 2. Summary 1. Artisan project in a nutshell 2. Energy Efficiency in textile industry 3. Artisan approachBruxelles, 2resource efficiency22 Nov 2012 2
  3. 3. The project ARTISAN FP7 EU research project (STREP) Challenge 6 - ICT for a low carbon economy Call ICT-2011.6.2 ICT systems for energy efficiency November 2011 – April 2014 OBJECTIVE reducing energy consumption and carbon emission by at least 10% in textile industry through: Data capture technologies integration Process based energy monitoring Short time scale optimisation of operationsBruxelles, Supply chain and energy market 3resource efficiency22 Nov 2012 perspectives in the decision processes
  4. 4. Summary 1. Artisan project in a nutshell 2. Energy Efficiency in textile industry 3. Artisan approachBruxelles, 4resource efficiency22 Nov 2012 4
  5. 5. Scenario for textile industry Challenge 1: External factors: overcome opposition Increasing energy costs Efficiency vs Flexibility Carbon emissions regulations Challenge 2: Future energy market(s) energy efficiency and carbon emissions in day by day operations and decisions Sectorial trends Challenge 3: High competitivity and reduced poor information about energy margins costs in textile industry More flexibility and timeliness are required Challenge 4: From single machine efficiency to supply chain efficiencyBruxelles, 5resource efficiency22 Nov 2012
  6. 6. Scenario for textile industry Challenge 1: External factors: overcome opposition Increasing energy literature * : Efficiency vs Flexibility Some figures from costs Carbon emissions regulations meter of cloth is 4,500-2: Thermal energy required per Challenge Future energy market(s) 5,500 KCal energy efficiency and carbon Electrical energy required per meter of cloth is 0.45- day by day emissions in 0.55 KWh operations and decisions Sectorial trends Challenge 3: High competitivity and reduced poor information about energy margins costs in textile industry More flexibility and timeliness are * “Improving profits with energy-efficiency enhancements”, December 2008, Journal for Asia 4: Challenge required and Apparel on Textile From single machine efficiency to supply chain efficiencyBruxelles, 6resource efficiency22 Nov 2012
  7. 7. Scenario for textile industry Challenge 1: External factors: overcome opposition Increasing energy literature * : Efficiency vs Flexibility Some figures from costs Carbon emissions regulations meter of cloth is 4,500-2: Thermal energy required per Challenge Future energy market(s) 5,500 KCal energy efficiency and carbon Electrical energy required per meter: of cloth is 0.45- day by day Some observed figures emissions in 0.55 KWh operations and decisions Case of wool mill: from yarn to finished fabric total Sectorial trends energy (thermal+electric) 0,002 TOE/ m2 of fabric Challenge 3: High competitivity and reduced (that is 24 KWh/m2) poor information about energy margins costs in textile industry More flexibility…but… and timeliness are required and Apparel we aware of such figures?Journal for Asia4: Challenge * “Improving profits with energy-efficiency enhancements”, December 2008, on Textile are From single machine efficiency are we sure these data apply to our plants? to supply chain efficiencyBruxelles, 7resource efficiency22 Nov 2012
  8. 8. SamplesApplying best practices and best available technologies to the concrete textile process Action Cost ROI / Energy saving [€] 10 years VAN Heat recovering from 8 38K 2 years / 120K -5% total plant consumption ton/h steam generator € (finishing department) New switching on policies 290K 2,5 years/ 635K -138.000 m3 methane, and revamping of 1 MW € equal to -7,5% total energy (steam) consumption (finishing co-generators department) Steam generators, load - - +5% efficiency (dyeing plant) peak reduction and many other being discoveredBruxelles, 8resource efficiency22 Nov 2012
  9. 9. the problem(s) Monitor real current use and consumption Increase single process efficiency Flatten load peaks Assume a supply chain and societal perspectiveBruxelles, 9resource efficiency22 Nov 2012
  10. 10. the problem(s) Monitor real current use and consumption Increase single process efficiency Flatten load peaks Assume a supply chain and societal perspectiveBruxelles, 10resource efficiency22 Nov 2012
  11. 11. the problem(s) Monitor real current use and consumption Increase single process efficiency Flatten load peaks Assume a supply chain and societal perspectiveBruxelles, 11resource efficiency22 Nov 2012
  12. 12. the problem(s) Monitor real current use and consumption Increase single process efficiency Flatten load peaks Assume a supply chain and societal perspectiveBruxelles, 12resource efficiency22 Nov 2012
  13. 13. Summary 1. Artisan project in a nutshell 2. Energy Efficiency in textile industry 3. Artisan approachBruxelles, 13resource efficiency22 Nov 2012 13
  14. 14. A more global perspective Direct consumption Energy consumed by the production machines for the production of an article Indirect consumption ARTISAN provides tools allowing the decision Energy consumed by non-process machine to makers to tackle them in produce service fluids (compressed air, steam,..) a co-ordinated and non Energy consumed by the other building facilities: separated way. HVAC (heating, ventilation, air-conditioning), lighting Efficiency in energy supplying (energy grids) Efficiency in supplying (electric) energyBruxelles, 14resource efficiency22 Nov 2012
  15. 15. ARTISAN Services Energy data capturing Energy monitoring Operations optimization Energy Forecasting Energy Carbon Trading TradingBruxelles, 15resource efficiency22 Nov 2012
  16. 16. The ARTISAN approach in a nutshell Supply chain Energy market and Energy & carbon permits trading suppliers EMS: Production - actual energy costs order - consumption Alarms - consumption forecast Materials Green DSS: Products and - Scheduler Monitoring Maintenance certifications Productive - faults capacity - SCM - performance Efficiency - energy consumpt. projects Finished Floor ProductBruxelles, 16resource efficiency22 Nov 2012
  17. 17. Expected results Informative infrastructure to collect, store and communicate data on energy consumption at machine level; Energy performance indicators for textile industry, supported by services to analyze such indicators over the actual productive processes; Real time optimization algorithms for production planning and scheduling, address both cost reduction and energy saving; Energy forecasting on a daily base Energy and emission trading among partners of a supply chain or with external (Smart) Energy Grids; GUIDE for energy saving in textile industry to allow a first approach to energy efficiency and compare own company indexes with sectorial benchmarks A number of energy audits and two representative Field tests from the European Textile industry that demonstrate the results in real industry settings.Bruxelles, 17resource efficiency22 Nov 2012
  18. 18. Opportunities for textile industry to collaborate registration at www.artisan-project.eu to get access to information, be informed about workshops and results, social net initiatives… participation to the Industry Interest Group, co-ordinated by EURATEX, to validate the foreseen scenarios and receive first hand information use “GUIDE for energy saving in textile industry” for freeBruxelles, 18resource efficiency22 Nov 2012
  19. 19. Thanks Contact: Piero De Sabbata, piero.desabbata@enea.it More information and registration to the mailing list www.artisan-project.euBruxelles, 19resource efficiency22 Nov 2012

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