Save the date and register for the ConnectedFactories2 and EFPF projects Final Event on the 23rd and 24th of November 2022. The event will be held at the BluePoint building in Brussels (Boulevard Auguste Reyers 80, 1030 Brussels).
On the 23rd, an overview of the pathways to advanced and digital manufacturing generated by the ConnectedFactories 1 & 2 projects will be presented, , as well as the main takeaways and key observations regarding cross-cutting aspects such as interoperability, standardisation, business, legal aspects and more. In addition, the final results or the state of play of the exploitable results and demonstrators from the six DT‐ICT‐07-2018-2019 Innovation Actions will be presented.
On the 24th, the event will focus on the EFPF project, showcasing the results of the EFPF three pilots and the business and sustainability models implemented in the EFPF project. The federation model implemented in the EFPF project enables the interlinking of platforms, systems and services in the digital manufacturing domain. It also enables the users to utilise innovative functionalities, experiment with disruptive approaches and develop custom solutions to maximise connectivity, interoperability and efficiency for lot-size-one manufacturing scenarios. Moreover, the project will present the latest developments and contributions toward cross-cutting areas identified and addressed in the CF2 project.
Please find here more information, as well as the agenda and registration link below.
With this, we also take the opportunity to draw your attention to the growing Digital Transformation Cases Catalogue. This is a dynamically evolving resource that is embedded in the EFFRA Innovation Portal, highlighting inspiring use cases and demonstrators and pointing to additional information, associated public project deliverables and contact points. We invite you to contribute to this dynamic resource by sending us references of the use cases that you would like to see included and promoted in the catalogue. You can do so by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Finally, don’t miss out on watching the newly released Data Space Pathway video. The Data Space pathway provides a conceptual and operational framework where manufacturing companies could position themselves and their industrial cases with respect to a more mature and aware take-up and exploitation of the Data they produce. More about this also at the ConnectedFactories-EFPF event in November.