Productio: PROductivity InDUstrial enhanCement through enabling TechnlOgies
PROductivity InDUstrial EnhanCement through enabling TechnlOgies – PRODUCTIO is a multi-sector and multi-disciplinary R&D Consortium collaborating effectively.
Made up of 8 top-level companies, 7 of them industrial, led by GMV (Global Internet Solutions) and supported by 5 leading Research Bodies in Spain.
The aim of the project is to investigate various technologies, techniques, tools, methodologies and knowledge aimed at increasing the operational capacity of industrial processes (Overall Equipment Efficiency – OEE) within the framework of the connected industry. The project will enable the adoption of production and maintenance solutions in the connected industry and will facilitate digital confidence through new security approaches.
- It focuses on use cases of certain leading national industries, from various sectors (automotive, machine tools, steel industry,…). It aims to be the seed of standardized solutions within the concept of Industry 4.0, by creating a reference architecture and the necessary framework for the interoperability of the connected industry
- Aligns the vision of the Industry Partners with the vision of the ICT Partners
- Research into a large number of technologies that influence industry 4.0 or connected industry. It proposes a new perspective that combines three important pillars: advanced maintenance, value chain management and cybersecurity.
Industry Enabling Technologies 4.0
The PRODUCTIO project prioritizes research into the current needs and challenges of industrial companies, as well as their digitalization, in order to optimize the industrial global efficiency index through the enabling technologies of Industry 4.0 (Big Data, intelligent algorithms, machine learning, cloud computing, collaborative robotics, virtual reality, augmented reality…)
It complements this strategy with the integration of flexible platforms adapted to the industrial problems, which allows its placing on the market once validated in the case studies of the industrial companies involved in the project.
The project budget is 7.7M euros over 48 months.