Amidst the noise within the drive to Industry 4.0, a strategy is forming amongst enlightened businesses. As increasingly market leaders align their products to I4.0 or 4IR (4th Industrial Revolution) as its becoming known in the UK, how can you separate the marketing spin from the game changing technology?
Clutch Brakes, gear boxes, indexing units, Goizper S. Coop. product, are Mechanical components installed within different kind of machines. This production machines are designed to produce continuously and unplanned downtimes costs a high amount of money. These components are the key part of some of the mentioned machines and the relevant component’s health influences directly in the machine.
As increasingly market leaders align their products to I4.0 or 4IR (4th Industrial Revolution) as its becoming known in the UK, how can you separate the marketing spin from the game changing technology. Join us at the Waterton Centre, on May 25th for a free event to see Industry 4.0 in action
A CREMA-based paper has been accepted for publication at the 14th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories. Within this paper, reasons for failures in the builds if applying continuous integration for (large-scale) software projects are analysed.
The paper "Nomadic Applications Traveling in the Fog" has been accepted at the 2nd EAI International Conference on Cloud, Networking for IoT Systems (CN4IoT 2017) that will take place in Brindisi, Italy.
The 21st of February took place the second year review of CREMA at the European Commission. A project overview was presented followed by the impact and business plan. Then the hard work of the partners was displayed with the demonstrations of most of the components, first with a general presentation and then with the use cases.
In February, Christoph Hochreiner has presented the research paper "VISP Testbed - A Toolkit for Modeling and Evaluating Resource Provisioning Algorithms for Stream Processing Applications" at the 9th ZEUS Workshop.
Like everything in the life, manufacturing processes are in constant evolution. Of course not all processes will suffer a variation along its life but most of them will have fine-tuning or even complete redesign because they have become obsolete.
CREMA enables and supports the customers in defining and executing inter-organisational manufacturing processes. Moreover, the CREMA platform not only supports the customer during the design of the manufacturing processes, but also during the selection of the optimal services for the single process tasks.
Business process monitoring is one of the best ways to increase flexibility and respond more rapidly to changing markets. The actual market forces enterprises to track these changes in real-time so that they can react to the real needs.
Last week saw the successful Industrial Workshop event in Hernani, Spain. This Industrial workshop, organised by CREMA and C2NET H2020 EU projects, presented future trends of European Industry especially those related to digitalization technologies applied to manufacturing
For the optimisation of service-based manufacturing processes at design time, CREMA developed an innovative solution ODERU that integrates pattern-based semantic process service composition planning with QoS-based constraint optimisation problem solving
The paper “Resource Provisioning for IoT Services in the Fog” and “Cost-Efficient Data Redundancy in the Cloud” were accepted to the 9th IEEE International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing and Applications (SOCA 2016) that will take place in Macau, China, in November 2016.
In the paper “CDM-Core: A Manfuacturing Domain Ontology in OWL2 for Production and Maintenance",
the authors from DFKI present the largest publicly available manufacturing ontology CDM-Core in the
standard formal ontology language OWL2. The CDM-Core ontology covers the CREMA use case domains
of metal press maintenance and automative exhaust production, and makes use of many relevant
standard vocabularies and ontologies, with only about one fifth of its size being CREMA use case specific.
Research accomplished within CREMA has led to the acceptance of a paper that was presented at the 7th International Workshop on Enterprise Modeling and Information Systems Architectures in September 2016.
At the end of September, Christoph Hochreiner has presented the research paper "Bridging Gaps in Cloud Manufacturing with 3D Printing" at the Additive Fertigung/3D Druck – Technologie, Auswirkungen und Chancen Workshop of the 46th Annual Meeting of the German Informatics Society.
At the beginning of September, Christoph Hochreiner has presented the research paper "VISP: An Ecosystem for Elastic Data Stream Processing for the Internet of Things" at the 20th edition of the IEEE Enterprise Computing Conference.
A paper stemming from research conducted within the CREMA Cloud Manufacturing Process and Optimisation Framework components of CREMA has been accepted ath the 9th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Utility and Cloud Computing, which will be held in December 2016 in Shanghai, China.
FAGOR ARRASATE takes part in the European Project CREMA for preventing failures in the machines. The CREMA Project (Cloud-based Rapid Elastic Manufacturing)searches the development of control systems that, capturing data on time and analyzing them simultaneously, allow forecast failures in the machine-tools in order to take corrective actions in advance
As work continues in Waterton to develop and implement the Automotive Use-case test environments, Control 2K as a member of TANet continues to develop their IndustreWeb 4.0 platform to incorporate the CREMA components and packages.
At the end of June, Christoph Hochreiner has presented the research paper "Elastic Stream Processing for the Internet of Things" to an interested international audience at the 9th edition of the IEEE International Conference on Cloud Computing. The presentation initiated fruitful discussions and may trigger future research collaborations with international research institutions, especially regarding the usage of Cloud resources to process (industrial) IoT data.
From the beginning cloud technologies were frequently exposed to criticism in terms of security and privacy. The most important question was – Will the customer ever accept storing private data in the cloud – a non-local storage? The answer is yes!
June sees project partner TU Vienna play host to the latest Plenary meeting. Over the three day agenda topics covered included further definition of the business model and exploitation planning, along with the schedule for dissemination activities for the next 12 months.
CREMA was present at the Hannover industrial fair this year within the framework of a workshop held at a conference room located in the centre of the Hannover Fair. The workshop was organized by the Resilient Production Networks Cluster which is composed of four H2020 EU projects CREMA, FLEXINET, MANSYS and ROBUST planet.
The general scenario of cloud manufacturing and insights into the functionalities of CREMA were presented at the International Workshop on Cyber-Physical Production Systems in Vienna, and at the Workshop on Resilient Production Networks in Guimarães.
With increasing automation in the manufacturing domain, more and more data is becoming available that needs to be properly managed and thoroughly analysed to be able to gain valuable insight into manufacturing activities. The Manufacturing Big Data, Knowledge and Analytics component (BDA) in the CREMA project has been designed to exactly address this issue.
Research conducted within CREMA has led to the acceptance of two papers to be presented at the workshop on Intelligent Systems Configuration Services for Flexible Dynamic Global Production Networks (FLEXINET) at the International Conference on Interoperability for Enterprise Systems and Applications (I-ESA 2016).
The CREMA project partners meet again this time in Regensburg Germany hosted by Ubisense. The meeting will check the status of the deliverables due by the end of the year and also plan for the review early next year. In addition a trip to the BMW assembly plant to see the Ubisense Smart Factory product in action.
Cowbridge South Wales was the latest venue for the CREMA plenary meeting hosted by project partners TANet. The meeting made significant progress including completion of the Functional Specification! Other topics were focused on including the Business Model and Exploitation. Features of the week included a visit to Cardiff to enjoy the Rugby World Cup festivities and a tour of the Ford Engine Plant in Bridgend
From 29 June to 1 July, one of the plenary meetings for the CREMA’s European Project has been taken place at the Goizper office in Antzuola. These plenary meetings of the companies and technology centres participating in the European CREMA project are held every six months.
Project partners meet again in Spain with this time Goizper playing host. With a tour of the Goizper production facility on the agenda, the rest of the meeting will focus on the specific detail of the platform architecture and the application of it to the end users needs.
Project Partners all set for CREMA meeting in Sunny Spain! In between the daily emails and weekly telephone conferences ... the CREMA project partners are coming together in Arrasate-Mondragón (Gipuzkoa, Spain) for an intense 2.5 day meeting.
This January, a new Horizon 2020 project was launched to simplify the establishment, management, adaptation, and monitoring of dynamic, cross-organisational manufacturing processes following Cloud manufacturing principles in Europe.