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DNet Labs

Sub-Project Type: 3

Sub-projects to improve the EFPF ecosystem by connecting multiple stakeholders through innovative solutions

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The aim of the sub-project is to extend the EFPF platform federation with product passport services. The goal is to provide new service for monitoring of the workflow and the business processes in the Factory using sensors and digital identity of the machines. The sub-project will validate the integration in the manufacturing scenario with the EFPF workflows. In Metalac our solution is already used for monitoring of machines for enamelled, stainless steel and non-stick cookware manufacturing. The validation will be done in the very same environment.

The objectives of the sub-project are:

  • To analyse EFPF, draft requirements for the adaptation and integration of the existing product passport service and analyze the data pipelines with the existing EFPF tools and services to be able to improve them and ensure data exchange. 

  • To adapt and integrate our existing predictive maintenance product passport service with EFPF interfaces and domain services. This objective will enable 1) integration of vibration sensors from Metalac and log activities/ products data with EFPF Data Spine, EFPF Blockchain Network, 2) integration with existing EFPF predictive maintenance component (EFPF Data Spine, Deep Learning Toolkit for Predictive Maintenance), and 3) make the product passport service available in the Marketplace.

  • To evaluate and test the product passport component with predictive monitoring capabilities for the metal domain using use case deployment with EFPF federated platform.

  • To prepare business plans and drive exploitation with project partners as well as to disseminate outcomes of the project and ensure end-user engagement.

To find more information about the SmartMetal project, the presentation slides can be downloaded here, and seen to the right. Alongside this, the Open Call Story, and Exhibition Pitch videos can be seen below.

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