Digital platforms will be successful if they provide a clear value proposition to the user groups  involved. In general, digital platforms offer added-value basd upon three main mechanisms:

  • Reduction of transaction costs
  • Network effects
  • Use of data integration for new services (mainly optimisation) and business models

Based upon these mechanisms, added-value can be created in a variety of perspectives, such as the process perspective (what process or activity is optimised?) or the KPI perspective (what KPI is the focus of the optimisation).  This added value enables the financing of the digital processes through e.g.increased price margins, market shares or reduced costs.


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Description One of the most imperative problems so far is to connect supply chain data and services between enterprises and to connect value chain data within a factory so that it can meaningfully support decision-making
  Value chain pilot I Result title Value chain pilot I
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  Added Value from user perspective Taxon title Added Value from user perspective Taxon description (mainly optimisation) and business models Based upon these mechanisms, added-value can be created in a variety of perspectives, such as the process perspective (what process or activity Search keywords Added Value user perspective
  Standards Comments In general, platform will be compatible with many already existing standards so that new starndard-compatible plants can be easily added.
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  Pathways to digitalisation Result description Pathways to digitalisation of manufacturing reflect how digitalisation and eventually the deployment of digital platforms can bring value within different kinds of manufacturing perspectives, such as factory Result comments Optimisation - KPI perspective fs fsfssdfd
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  Platform enabled optimisation Taxon description (mainly optimisation) and business models Based upon these mechanisms, added-value can be created in a variety of perspectives (see for instance
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  Added Value from user perspective Taxon title Added Value from user perspective Taxon description (mainly optimisation) and business models Based upon these mechanisms, added-value can be created in a variety of perspectives, such as the process perspective (what process or activity Search keywords Added Value user perspective
  Increasing human achievements in manufacturing systems Comments Daedalus technology (as any other to deploy Industry 4.0-ready automation) absolutely needs a change of perspective and culture in users of such technology (all automation stakeholders)
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Description Industry 4.0 is the next developmental stage in the organisation of the manufacturing value chain.
  D1.4: User requirements, data requirements and management Result title D1.4: User requirements, data requirements and management Result description The purpose of this deliverable is to exhaustively capture, list and justify the user requirements for DISRUPT, upon which the system specifications will be established.
  Added Value from user perspective Taxon title Added Value from user perspective Taxon description (mainly optimisation) and business models Based upon these mechanisms, added-value can be created in a variety of perspectives, such as the process perspective (what process or activity Search keywords Added Value user perspective
  Human Machine Interfaces Comments rights to different human actors Decision Support Toolkit: supports decisions authorised by humans, especially in the shop floor Enterprise and Factory models: accessible and re-configurable through user
  Humans actively connected Comments rights to different human actors Decision Support Toolkit: supports decisions authorised by humans, especially in the shop floor Enterprise and Factory models: accessible and re-configurable through user
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Description Two pilot cases are planned to be deployed in the context of demonstrating the added value of the ICP4Life developments: Equipment Manufacturer: This pilot case will be implemented for evaluating
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Description on 3 important system tools: A training platform that allows the fast and intuitive education of employees A collaboration platform that stimulates and promotes team interactions Ubiquitous user
  User group definitions, end-user needs, requirement analysis and deployment guidelines Result title User group definitions, end-user needs, requirement analysis and deployment guidelines Result description This report will deal with user group definitions, end-user needs, requirement analysis and deployment guidelines.
  Platform enabled optimisation Taxon description (mainly optimisation) and business models Based upon these mechanisms, added-value can be created in a variety of perspectives (see for instance
  Target clients Comments The SatisFactory consortium, following field installation and testing with its end-user industrial partners, has identified various market segments of interest where applicability of its solutions can
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Description FAR-EDGE will be validated in real-life plants (VOLVO, WHIRLPOOL) in the scope of user-driven scenarios (business-cases) for mass-customization and reshoring, where tangible improvements relating to reliability
  Periodic Reporting for period 1 - FAR-EDGE (Factory Automation Edge Computing Operating System Reference Implementation) Result description s results, which will engage all stakeholders involved in the manufacturing automation value chain.
  FAR-EDGE Architecture and Components Specifications Result comments result_rcn_EC deliverableType_EC Documents, reports FIWARE The Orion Context Broker Generic Enabler In the scope of FAR-EDGE, the value of FIWARE is in the OMA NGSI standard: a RESTful Web API implementing
  User Acccess and Rights Management Taxon title User Acccess and Rights Management Search keywords User
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  Significant innovations and achievements Comments FAR-EDGE demostrates the feasibility and business value of Edge Computing (EC) applied to manufacturing, using Distributing Ledger Technology (DLT) as the key enabler.
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  Periodic Reporting for period 2 - FACTS4WORKERS (Worker-Centric Workplaces in Smart Factories) Result description The vision of FACTS4WORKERS is to leverage the large potential added value of...
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  Periodic Reporting for period 1 - BEinCPPS (Business Experiments in Cyber Physical Production Systems) Result description Cyber-physical systems: A perspective at the centennial.
  Lombardy Champion - Zero-Hours Quality Result comments White Goods Added Value from user perspective Product quality - Quality assurance The main purpose of the system is to assess the average quality of the delivered product and to verify the correctness
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  Added Value from user perspective Taxon title Added Value from user perspective Search keywords Added Value user perspective

ZHQ | Lombardy Champion - Zero-Hours Quality

Project: BEinCPPS

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Updated at: 19-07-2019

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Description Last but not least, the Cloud level is where most of the BEinCPPS value is delivered. This software layer is entirely deployed on external computing facilities.
  Added Value from user perspective Taxon title Added Value from user perspective Search keywords Added Value user perspective