| Grant nr. 737459 Call H2020-ECSEL-2016-2-IA-two-stage|
3 years (May 2017 to Apr 2020)
|Summary:||The main objective of Productive4.0 is to achieve improvement of digitizing the European industry by electronics and ICT. Ultimately, the project aims at suitability for everyday application across all industrial sectors – up to TRL8. It addresses various industrial domains with one single approach of digitalization. What makes the project unique is the holistic system approach of consistently focusing on the three main pillars: digital automation, supply chain networks and product lifecycle management, all of which interact and influence each other. This is part of the new concept of introducing seamless automation and network solutions as well as enhancing the transparency of data, their consistence and overall efficiency. Currently, such a complex project can only be realized in ECSEL.|
|Funding:||Global: 24.3MEUR, CISTER: 57.3KEUR|
|Contact Person at CISTER:||Luis Lino Ferreira|
Productive 4.0/ Arrowhead Tools meeting
Discussing the Improvement of the Digitization of European Industry - CISTER Holds meeting of the largest European project to date
Digitalization of the European Industry: the start of the EU Project Productive 4.0
The kick off meeting of Productive 4.0 project was held in Infineon facilities in Dresden. The main objective of Productive 4.0 is to achieve significant improvement in digitalising the European industry by means of electronics and Information and Communication Technology (ICT). Productive 4.0 is the largest European project to date, with 104 partners from 19 countries, with an overall budget of 114M euros.
Due to its characteristics, this project has been chosen by the European Commission as a Lighthouse Initiative, since it builds on well identified market‐pull demands, structured upon visionary solutions, with a very strong pan-European dimension and a robust business plan.
CISTER is involved in this project and will continue its previous work on the highly successful Arrowhead framework developed during the Arrowhead project. This Service Oriented framework will be the cornerstone for all communications among industrial devices on the Productive 4.0 future manufacturing environment. CISTER leads the work on providing solutions for Quality of Service (QoS) for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) environments.
This project, which is being led by Infineon, combines a very strong group of European companies like Volvo, Ericsson, Thales, Philips, STMicroelectronics, SAP, Bosch, NXP Semiconductors, ABB, etc.
CISTER successful in ECSEL call
Productive 4.0 will take a step forward towards a hands-on approach and practical implementations focusing on three main product lifecycle pillars of Digital Production (DP), Supply Chain Networks (SCN) and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM). The results, such as IoT components modelling and simulation methods as well as toolchains for cross-lifecycle and cross domain digitization, will be suitable means for linking all stages of a product lifecycle.
Rafael RochaMaster Thesis. 15, Jul, 2019. Porto.Presidente do Júri: Nuno Flores (FEUP) Arguentes: Ricardo Severino (CISTER/ISEP) e Pedro Souto (CISTER/FEUP)
Rafael Rocha, Cláudio Maia, Luis Lino Ferreira, Pal Varga45th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IECON 2019). 14 to 17, Oct, 2019, SS IoT automation technologies and applications, pp 5493-5498. Lisboa, Portugal.
Luis Lino Ferreira, Michele Albano, Rafael Rocha, Miguel Costa, Ana Machado Silva, Marlos Silva, Luísa Matos, Jorge Afonso LandeckINForum 2018 - Simpósio de Informática (INForum 2018). 3 to 4, Sep, 2018, Real-Time and Embedded Systems. Coimbra, Portugal.
Rafael Rocha, Michele Albano, Luis Lino Ferreira, Flávio Relvas, Luisa Matos14th IEEE International Workshop on Factory Communication Systems (WFCS 2018). 13 to 15, Jun, 2018. Imperia, Italy.
Erkki Jantunen, Urko Zurutuza, Michele Albano, Giovanni di Orio, Pedro Maló, Csaba Hegedus30th Conference on Condition Monitoring and Diagnostic Engineering Management (COMADEM 2017). 10 to 13, Jul, 2017, pp 448-456. Preston, United Kingdom.
Rafael Rocha, Cláudio Maia, Luis Lino Ferreira, Pedro Souto, Pal VargaDemo in 22nd IEEE International Symposium on Real-Time Computing (ISORC 2019). 7 to 9, May, 2019. Valencia.