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. Representing over 100 partners from 19 EU and other associated countries, it is a European project, indeed.
Hands-on solutions for the European industry:
Contract-Based design for real-time
Duc Do Tran, Jörg Walter, Kim Grüttner and Frank Oppenheimer; Forum on specification & Design Languages 2018 (FDL 2018); 009 / 2018
Duc Do Tran, Kim Grüttner, Jörg Walter and Frank Oppenheimer; 3rd IEEE International Conference on Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems (ICPS 2020); 006 / 2020
Duc Do Tran, Kim Grüttner, Frank Oppenheimer and Wolfgang Nebel; 25th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation, ETFA 2020; 009 / 2020
grant agreement no. GAP-737459 – 999978918
Selbstadaptierbare Sensorsysteme für eine Akustische Zustandsüberwachung in Industrie-4.0-Anwendungen (sorry - only available in german)