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Deliverables

D3.7: Software Integration Report II

Once the integration of all software prototypes from RTD work packages WP4-6 is performed, this deliverable will provide an overview documentation of the CREMA system, including the information how to deploy the software. It will also give generic recommendations to other who may perform other similar projects.

D9.14: Project Collaboration and Standardisation Engagement Reports I

The first Report will include a “Collaboration Plan” and a “Standardisation Plan”, which lay the foundations for subsequent activities. All reports will include information about the performed activities and update the plans for the next period. Naturally, standardisation efforts can only be fully covered once more tangible results are available. Hence, the report sections on standardisation engagement will grow from year to year.

D9.9: Scientific Dissemination Reports I

Deliverables of task T9.3 are the Scientific Dissemination Reports which will be made at the end of each project year and presenting the according results for the review period.

D2.2: Market and Applicability Watch Report I

This deliverable and its following ones will describe the current target market sector for CREMA and provide early input to help shape the vision and also other market orientated tasks. There will be subsequent updates at 12, 18 and 36 which also align with the Business Model Analysis set of deliverables and will thus ensure that changes to the market are respected and counteracted.

D7.1: Use Case I (Machinery Maintenance) Definition I

This deliverable will provide the amended/extended version of the Use Cases. This deliverable will include precise, in-depth definition of the scenarios (including the concrete data sources), estimations of the required equipment for the testbeds, and the metrics needed for the later evaluation of the use case implementations. The interim 6 month version will provide input to WP2 and 3.

D8.1: Use Case II (Automotive) Definition I

This deliverable will provide the amended/extended version of the Use Cases. This deliverable will include precise, in-depth definition of the scenarios (including the concrete data sources), estimations of the required equipment for the testbeds, and the metrics needed for the later evaluation of the use case implementations. The interim 6 month version will provide input to WP2 and 3.

D2.3: Market and Applicability Watch Report II

This deliverable describes the current target market sector for CREMA and provides early input to help shape the vision and also other market orientated tasks.

D9.13: CREMA Workshop Reports II

The CREMA Workshop Reports will present the findings from and the general reporting about the two CREMA Workshops including the attendees, contents, feedback, etc.

D9.11: Scientific Dissemination Reports III

Deliverables of task T9.3 are the Scientific Dissemination Reports which will be made at the end of each project year and presenting the according results for the review period.

D8.5: Use Case II (Automotive) Validation and Feedback

This final use case deliverable provide the validation results of the piloting activities together with the feedback for its future use in further exploitation activities post-project.

D9.16: Project Collaboration and Standardisation Engagement Reports III

This report will include information about the performed activities. Naturally, standardisation efforts can only be fully covered once more tangible results are available. Hence, the report sections on standardisation engagement will grow from year to year.

D3.3: Technical Specification

This deliverable presents the Technical Specification of all CREMA software components, precisely defining what needs to be implemented and how functionalities are achieved. Furthermore, technical interfaces precisely define the interaction between components on a deep technical level, easing the later integration.

D7.2: Use Case I (Machinery Maintenance) Definition II

This deliverable will provide the amended/extended version of the Use Cases. This deliverable will include precise, in-depth definition of the scenarios (including the concrete data sources), estimations of the required equipment for the testbeds, and the metrics needed for the later evaluation of the use case implementations. The final one will help specify what needs to be done in the use case implementation.

D3.2: Functional Specification

This deliverable presents the Functional Specification of all CREMA software components, providing an in-depth description of the functionalities of all software components and their interactions.

D9.10: Scientific Dissemination Reports II

Deliverables of task T9.3 are the Scientific Dissemination Reports which will be made at the end of each project year and presenting the according results for the review period.

D7.5: Use Case I (Machinery Maintenance) Validation and Feedback

This final use case deliverable provide the validation results of the piloting activities together with the feedback for its future use in further exploitation activities post-project.

D3.1: Global Architecture Definition

This document will present the CREMA Global Architecture, including identification of all subcomponents, the high-level interactions between the components, and the actors involved.

D2.7: Business Model Analysis and Innovation Management Report II

This will provide the analysis of potential business models for exploitation of the CREMA outcomes and eventual injection into the market environment. To ensure both focus and currentness it will be produced each year although the focus will be on the final report to ensure that the analysis is most close to the end results of the project. Note that due to the commercial nature of this report, each edition will be confidential.

D3.6: Software Integration Report I

Once the integration of all software prototypes from RTD work packages WP4-6 is performed, this deliverable will provide an overview documentation of the CREMA system, including the information how to deploy the software. It will also give generic recommendations to other who may perform other similar projects.

D2.1: Project Vision Consensus Document

This document helps project partners to synchronize their ideas and vision on the project progress and project outcomes. It will act as a guideline to ensure that partners are following the same goals.

D2.9: Requirements Analysis and User Stories

This deliverable will be a joint document for the requirements of all project components, divided into strategic, high level functional, and technical requirements.

D9.15: Project Collaboration and Standardisation Engagement Reports II

This report will include information about the performed activities and update the plans for the next period. Naturally, standardisation efforts can only be fully covered once more tangible results are available. Hence, the report sections on standardisation engagement will grow from year to year.

D8.2: Use Case II (Automotive) Definition II

This deliverable will provide the amended/extended version of the Use Cases. This deliverable will include precise, in-depth definition of the scenarios (including the concrete data sources), estimations of the required equipment for the testbeds, and the metrics needed for the later evaluation of the use case implementations. The final one will help specify what needs to be done in the use case implementation.

D2.4: Market and Applicability Watch Report III

This deliverable describes the current target market sector for CREMA and provides early input to help shape the vision and also other market orientated tasks.

D9.12: CREMA Workshop Reports I

The CREMA Workshop Reports will present the findings from and the general reporting about the two CREMA Workshops including the attendees, contents, feedback, etc.

D2.5: Market and Applicability Watch Report IV

This deliverable describes the current target market sector for CREMA and provides early input to help shape the vision and also other market orientated tasks.

D9.6: CREMA Newsletter I

The Newsletters will be available in digital and paper form.

D2.10: State of the Art Wiki Setup

The deliverable will provide the initial SOTA entries as well as the technical foundation (setting up the Wiki software). Subsequent deliverables will extend the SOTA to further topics or existing topics deepened. Thus, the project will possess an actual description of the state of the art at all times. The project will look to link with other project Wikis where possible.

D2.11: State of the Art Wiki Update I

As a subsequent deliverable, this will extend the SOTA to further topics or existing topics deepened. Thus, the project will possess an actual description of the state of the art at all times. The project will look to link with other project Wikis where possible.

D2.12: State of the Art Wiki Update II

As a subsequent deliverable, this will extend the SOTA to further topics or existing topics deepened. Thus, the project will possess an actual description of the state of the art at all times. The project will look to link with other project Wikis where possible.

D9.4: CREMA Website

The Website will be based on an Open Source solution in order to be able to generate this important dissemination means as fast as possible. Naturally, the Website will be continuously updated throughout the project to reflect the latest results and developments.

D9.8: CREMA Newsletters III

The Newsletters will be available in digital and paper form.

D9.7: CREMA Newsletters II

The Newsletters will be available in digital and paper form.

D9.5: CREMA Promotion Package

The CREMA Promotion Package contains flyers, posters, brochures, and banner displays to be used by all partners for promotion and dissemination activities.

D4.1: CREMA Data Model, Model Library and Profiles Prototype I

This deliverable defines a holistic, semantic data model (hence type=OTHER) including according schemas and access mechanisms to be used for data description, access and exchange by all CREMA software components. Two iterations at M12 and M18

D4.2: CREMA Data Model, Model Library and Profiles Prototype II

This deliverable defines a holistic, semantic data model (hence type=OTHER) including according schemas and access mechanisms to be used for data description, access and exchange by all CREMA software components. Two iterations at M12 and M18

D5.8: CREMA Design Time Optimisation – Prototype II

This deliverable will provide the CREMA process design time simulation and forecasting functionalities. The second prototype will also take analysis of historical data into account.

D6.3: CREMA Monitoring & Alerting Framework - Prototype I

This deliverable will provide the monitoring capabilities needed for process adaptation. The first prototype will focus on the integration of generic monitoring sources based on the Unified Data Model and will provide simple KPIs.

D5.9: CREMA Runtime Optimization Prototype I

On an ongoing basis this deliverable will take into account the results from tasks T5.4 to offer process runtime optimization. The first prototype will focus on manual and semi-automatic countermeasures.

D5.10: CREMA Runtime Optimization Prototype II

On an ongoing basis this deliverable will take into account the results from tasks T5.4 to offer process runtime optimization. The second deliverable will take into account the final functionalities from these tasks and automatic countermeasures.

D5.7: CREMA Design Time Optimisation – Prototype I

These deliverables will provide the CREMA process design time simulation and forecasting functionalities. The first prototype will focus on simulation and forecasting based on expected behaviour (e.g., as defined by the service provider).

D6.4: CREMA Monitoring & Alerting Framework - Prototype II

These deliverables will provide the monitoring capabilities needed for process adaptation. The second prototype will focus on the integration of more data sources as facilitated in WP4 and more sophisticated mechanisms to identify critical events.

D5.5: CREMA On-Demand Service Leasing and Releasing Prototype I

On-demand service leasing and releasing covers the ad hoc selection of services and also the whole end-to-end integration of manufacturing assets including connection to related monitoring data sources and analysis of this data so that processes can be optimized. The first prototype will focus on the ad hoc selection capabilities.

D5.6: CREMA On-Demand Service Leasing and Releasing Prototype II

On-demand service leasing and releasing covers the ad hoc selection of services and also the whole end-to-end integration of manufacturing assets including connection to related monitoring data sources and analysis of this data so that processes can be optimized. The second prototype will integrate the functionalities from the monitoring (T6.2) and optimisation components (T5.4 and T5.5).

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Publications

CDM-Core: A Manufacturing Domain Ontology in OWL2 for Production and Maintenance

Author(s): Luca Mazzola, Patrick Kapahnke, Marko Vujic, Matthias Klusch
Published in: Proceedings of the 8th International Joint Conference on Knowledge Discovery, Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management, 2016, Page(s) 136-143
DOI: 10.5220/0006056301360143

Resource Provisioning for IoT Services in the Fog

Author(s): Olena Skarlat, Stefan Schulte, Michael Borkowski, Philipp Leitner
Published in: 2016 IEEE 9th International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing and Applications (SOCA), 2016, Page(s) 32-39
DOI: 10.1109/SOCA.2016.10

Cost-Efficient Data Redundancy in the Cloud

Author(s): Philipp Waibel, Christoph Hochreiner, Stefan Schulte
Published in: 2016 IEEE 9th International Conference on Service-Oriented Computing and Applications (SOCA), 2016, Page(s) 1-9
DOI: 10.1109/SOCA.2016.12

Predicting cloud resource utilization

Author(s): Michael Borkowski, Stefan Schulte, Christoph Hochreiner
Published in: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Utility and Cloud Computing - UCC '16, 2016, Page(s) 37-42
DOI: 10.1145/2996890.2996907

Elastic Process Optimization and Scheduling in the Cloud

Author(s): Philipp Waibel
Published in: 7th International Workshop on Enterprise Modeling and Information Systems Architectures, Issue Volume: 1701, 2016, Page(s) 28-31
DOI: 10.13140/2.1.3632.2245

VISP: An Ecosystem for Elastic Data Stream Processing for the Internet of Things

Author(s): Christoph Hochreiner, Michael Vogler, Philipp Waibel, Schahram Dustdar
Published in: 2016 IEEE 20th International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference (EDOC), 2016, Page(s) 1-11
DOI: 10.1109/EDOC.2016.7579390

Bridging Gaps in Cloud Manufacturing with 3D Printing

Author(s): C. Hochreiner, P. Waibel, M. Borkowski
Published in: Proceedings der Informatik 2016, Issue Volume 259 of Lecture Notes in Informatics, 2016, Page(s) 1623-1626

Elastic Stream Processing for the Internet of Things

Author(s): Christoph Hochreiner, Michael Vogler, Stefan Schulte, Schahram Dustdar
Published in: 2016 IEEE 9th International Conference on Cloud Computing (CLOUD), 2016, Page(s) 100-107
DOI: 10.1109/CLOUD.2016.0023

Towards a methodology and instrumentation toolset for cloud manufacturing

Author(s): Olena Skarlat, Michael Borkowski, Stefan Schulte
Published in: 2016 1st International Workshop on Cyber-Physical Production Systems (CPPS), 2016, Page(s) 1-4
DOI: 10.1109/CPPS.2016.7483920

Bringing Cloud-based Rapid Elastic Manufacturing to Reality with CREMA

Author(s): S. Schulte, M. Borkowski, C. Hochreiner, M. Klusch, A. Murguzur, O. Skarlat, P. Waibel
Published in: Workshop on Intelligent Systems Configuration Services for Flexible Dynamic Global Production Networks (FLEXINET) at the 8th International Conference on Interoperability for Enterprise Systems and Applications (I-ESA 2016), 2016

Elastic Manufacturing Process Landscapes

Author(s): O. Skarlat
Published in: 8th ZEUS Workshop (ZEUS 2016), Issue Volume 1562, 2016, Page(s) 45-48

Interoperable Middleware Connectivity for Cyber Physical and Management Systems CREMA – Providing Everything as a Service in the Manufacturing Domain

Author(s): G. Bhullar
Published in: Workshop on Intelligent Systems Configuration Services for Flexible Dynamic Global Production Networks (FLEXINET) at the 8th International Conference on Interoperability for Enterprise Systems and Applications (I-ESA 2016), 2016

On Energy Efficiency of BPM Enactment in the Cloud

Author(s): Olena Skarlat, Philipp Hoenisch, Schahram Dustdar
Published in: Business Process Management Workshops, 2016, Page(s) 489-500
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-42887-1_39

Semantic Web Service Search: A Brief Survey

Author(s): Matthias Klusch, Patrick Kapahnke, Stefan Schulte, Freddy Lecue, Abraham Bernstein
Published in: KI - Künstliche Intelligenz, Issue 30/2, 2016, Page(s) 139-147, ISSN 0933-1875
DOI: 10.1007/s13218-015-0415-7