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Circular and Dynamic Manufacturing Supply Chain Orchestration and OptimiSation


CIRCULOOS aims to deliver circular manufacturing tools which orchestrate and continuously optimise the supply-chain end-to-end and comprehensively integrate planning and execution. Combining these with direct calculation of the product sustainability and circularity profile, both internally and with external partners, this environment will enable them to configure and execute disruptive circular manufacturing processes for sustainable production that cover the entire life cycle of products which become waste and are recycled in the same or other life cycles.
To achieve this objective the project aims at deploying:
Circular end-to-end supply chain orchestration of collaborative workflows and connecting planning and execution metrics with advanced and multimodal visualisation -DT of supply chains formulated, factory processes and product design- and analytics.
Supply Chain Optimisation that monitors the global (across the supply chain) and local (within the factory) processes and execution.
Dynamic Sustainability Assessment functionalities that ponder the alternative supply-chain scenarios (varying in terms of materials used, processing technologies, suppliers involved and/or activated circular economy practices).
Supply Chain Data Spaces for seamless, multi-level data flow across the supply chain partners.
Cybersecure and trustworthy data sharing across the supply chain by employing a distributed, trusted and efficient Identity and Access management system together with the associated trust framework.
Novel circular business processes will be demonstrated supporting reusing, reducing, and recycling material in production and consumption systems.
Skills upskilling and reskilling will be provided in RAMP and through online courses.


Net EU contribution
€ 442 125,00
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Activity type
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Other funding
€ 294 750,00

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