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The itea 2 web of objects project is developing a web-of-objects (woo) based approach to building automation in which smart distributed applications combine information from different building-control domains which are currently isolated from each other. Web of objects aims to establish a unified service concept based...

in today’s world, the demand for energy is continuously increasing. Existing energy production methods use non-renewable carbon-intensive energy sources such as fuel oil and coal to satisfy this demand. These conventional energy sources are threatening our world’s sustainability. Most appropriate approach to...

Blade icing is a major issue for wind farms in cold climate areas, decreasing energy production (up to 15% and more, depending on the site) and potentially reducing wind turbine generators (wtg) lifetime (vibration phenomena). Around 100 gw (about 25 % of worldwide installed capacity) are estimated to be installed in...

With growth in the data centre market expected to continue, the cost of operating and maintaining the data centre footprint will increase. The aim of autodc is to provide an innovative design framework for autonomous data centres to enable ongoing operation and self-healing independent of contextual interference, e.G...

The concept of digital twin can provide solutions for the challenges faced in smart manufacturing, e.G. For predictive maintenance (pdm) techniques. Even though predictive maintenance and digital twins expected to have a high impact on future smart manufacturing and engineering, there are still very few functioning...

Pianism aims at putting together predictive and prescriptive maintenance techniques to achieve an end-to-end automated manufacturing process and optimise end-to-end manufacturing value chains. To disrupt traditional maintenance processes in manufacturing environments, a sophisticated system is required that covers a...

Additive manufacturing (am) is becoming more mainstream for prototyping, tooling and production. However, the industry has pointed out that there is a clear need to create an accessible expertise on “which technology for which application for am process/technology/material”. Therefore, the major goal of the samuel...

Within the xivt project, a method and toolchain will be defined for testing highly configurable, variant-rich embedded systems in the automotive, rail, telecommunication and industrial production domains. This will enable a highly effective, cost-efficient quality assurance, allowing the shift to autonomous, flexible...

Raising the productivity and competitiveness of European businesses through technology. Boosting national economies on the international market, and strengthening the basis for sustainable prosperity and employment.