Supply chain pilot I


The present document is a deliverable of the COMPOSITION project, that is funded by the EuropeanCommission’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme, reporting the results of the activitiescarried out in WP8. The aim of COMPOSITION is to create a digital automation framework (theCOMPOSITION IIMS) that optimizes the manufacturing processes by exploiting existing data, knowledgeand tools to increase productivity and dynamically adapt to changing market requirements. This is achievedthrough the connection of supply chain (inter-factory) data and services among enterprises and theconnection of value chain (intra-factory) data within a factory, so that it can meaningfully support decision-making. More specifically the developments of COMPOSITION will be demonstrated and validated to fivemulti-sided pilots. The first pilot, from the biomedical device domain (Boston Scientific Ltd - BSL), focuses onthe integrated information management system in a multisided manufacturing process (intra-factory). Thesecond pilot from the lift manufacturing industry (KLEEMANN - KLE) concentrates on intra-factoryprocedures and on interaction between different companies using the COMPOSITION ecosystem with theagent-based marketplace for collaboration (inter-factory). The third pilot from the recycling industry (ELDIA)focuses on the reduction of the amount of waste that is disposed at the Sanitary Landfill (inter-factory). Thefourth pilot from the industrial manufacturing software domain (ATLANTIS - ATL), focuses on the supplychain/Inter-factory cases and will deploy COMPOSITION for software upgrade and deployment. The last pilotfrom the IT and Telecommunications sector (NEXTWORKS – NXW), serves as a technology and serviceprovider in both the value chain and the supply chain use cases, specifically for factory premises andproduction line monitoring and management.This deliverable provides a description of the developments of the first-tier supply chain use cases whichpromise to add value from a technology, impact and exploitability point of view. The current status andoutcomes of “UC – KLE 4 Scrap Metal Collection and Bidding Process” and “UC – ELDIA 1 Fill LevelNotification – Contractual Recyclable Material Management”, demonstrates that the sensors are successfullyinstalled and are working as expected in the pilots’ operational environments. A set of supply chain keyperformance indicators is provided based on the supply‚Äźchain operations reference model (SCOR). On-sitetechnology (including sensors and gateways) is well accepted from both KLEEMANN and ELDIA.Furthermore, a first HMI evaluation for UC-KLE-4 is conducted by participants from KLEEMANN. Finally,supply chain risks that may occur during the implementation of the inter-factory use cases are identified fromboth pilot and technical partners and methods to manage and mitigate them are presented. The deliverableconcludes by presenting the next steps that should be followed for preparing the consortium before theintegration and deployment of the COMPOSITION IIMS.Deliverable “D8.3 Supply chain pilot I” documents the actions that are implemented and the related risks forthe two first tier supply chain use cases. D8.3 is part of Milestone (MS) 13 “First iteration of platformdeployed and evaluated” and Task 8.3 “Inter-factory Supply Chain Centric Pilot”. The document will beupdated in “D8.4 Supply chain pilot II”, due in M36.

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