WP1 – Human and sustainability impact assessment

To provide a human and sustainability approach, ensuring innovation uptake boosts the transformation towards I5.0.

In specific, this work package will:

  • Identify workforce needs and training programme
  • Take into consideration gender and ethics biases
  • Perform a life cycle sustainability analysis and develop an assessment tool
  • Optimisation and mapping of the resource consumption
  • Integrate all the tools together in a module able to analyse the social and sustainability impacts, for further assessment and consideration in the DTs and DSS

Expected results:

  1. Adaptive training programme;
  2. Workforce digital maturity upskilling;
  3. Evaluation under a life cycle perspective of the environmental, economic and societal impact;
  4. Resource (energy and materials) consumption mapping;
  5. Optimisation strategy and tools;
  6. Digital maturity and sustainability assessment module;
  7. Development of the module’s interface and integration with the IOP.

WP2 – Data-driven Digital Twins (DTs)

The 2° work package will:

  • Develop and validate a data-driven self-reconfigurable
  • Develop and validate a distributed self-learning DSS
  • Define how the product of the quality is measured and how it is related to the customer demands
  • Deliver all the modules as “plug-and-play” services packages and determine their requirements, inputs, outputs and interrelation
  • Adapt the DT and DSS to the physical components and the end-users for their further integration with the IOP and the demonstration activities in WP5

Expected results:

  1. List of requirements and KPIs for the digital twins and DSS, based on the needs of the two demonstrators;
  2. Implementation of a data-driven DTs module;
  3. Adapt the module to the end-users and integration with the DSS and in the IOP;
  4. Demonstration and tune-up;
  5. Development of a DSS, test and validate;
  6. Adapt to use-cases scenarios and integration with the IOP;
  7. Demonstration in a real environment and tune-up based on the results.

WP3 – Intelligent orchestration platform (IOP)

WP3 intends to develop, validate and deliver an intelligent orchestration platform with a plug-and-play feature, ready for its deployment in WP5.

The roadmap of the objectives to achieve this result is:

  • Deepen in the SoA and open-source technologies available
  • Define and implement a secure and open-source infrastructure for the interconnectivity between the digital technologies of the IOP and the external modules
  • Settle guidelines for a trustworthy and safe AI
  • Development and validation of the IOP digital technologies
  • Development of the frontend infrastructure

Expected results:

  1. Technical research of open-source protocols suitable for the IOP architecture;
  2. Create a data fusion pipeline;
  3. Define a cloud database;
  4. Containerisation of all the tools as services;
  5. Orchestration of all the services and the dataflow between them;
  6. Software development Kit (SDK) Activities
  7. Design and development of online user interfaces (UI) for all the modules;
  8. Deployment in end-users’ manufacturing lines.

WP4 – Innovative reconfigurable cyber-physical production module (RCPM)

WP4 intends to develop, validate and consolidate the TRL5 of the RCPM, through the following activities:

  • Select the most suitable sensors to monitor the key parameters in real-time, detail what/how/when physical components will be developed, integrated and validated
  • IIOT-based real-time monitorisation of the key parameters
  • Development and integration of the cobots with the digital tools – first prototype by M18
  • Validation and scale-up of the prototype to consolidate TRL5 and deliver a plug-and-produce system ready to be installed in end-users’ plants
  • Identification and/or definition of standards to be fulfilled by ONE4ALL innovative technologies.

Expected results:

  1. Design of the cobots;
  2. Selection of sensors and installation;
  3. Standardization roadmap;
  4. Development of an operative cobot;
  5. Integration of the control system of the robot with the digital tools;
  6. Validation of the RCPM in a relevant environment;
  7. Technologies ready to be deployed.

WP5 – Demonstration activities and evaluation

The steps foreseen in WP5 are:

  • Define a methodology for the pilot set-up and validation activities in the selected piloting environments
  • Identify, for each pilot risks, and to establish a work breakdown structure and a change control procedure
  • Installation of the RCPM technologies
  • Execute the demonstration and validation in the pilots

Expected results:

  1. ONE4ALL technologies fully integrated into the end-users’ plants and ready for the demonstration activities;
  2. Demonstration of the facility of integration;
  3. Demonstration in the food sector;
  4. Demonstration in the pharmaceutical sector.

WP6 – Dissemination, Exploitation and Communication

WP6 can be divided into the following activities:

  • Design of communication and dissemination strategy, in line with the EU Open Science pillar
  • Create cross-sectoral and cross-disciplinary collaboration opportunities to spread ONE4ALL results and support further research in the field during and after the project
  • Market uptake and exploitation of the project’s key results
  • Define and update the key exploitable results and identify possible barriers in the pathway towards exploitation
  • Design a strong IPR strategy for the clarification of the ownership and foreseen IPR routes as well as to carry out a patent mapping analysis
  • Design a plan for the replicability study of the modular production technologies

Expected results:

  1. ONE4ALL Dissemination and Communication Plan, Channels and Activities;
  2. Stakeholders’s engagement plan;
  3. Business plan CANVAS;
  4. External environmental and competition analysis and KERs exploitation routes;
  5. Risks analysis;
  6. IP protection routes;
  7. Exploitation routes for the KERs;
  8. Strategies to exploit the opportunities fond and their feasibility.

WP7 – Management and coordination

The activities of WP7 will be transversal to the whole project and are divided in the following tasks:

  • Team alignment and goals definition
  • Ensure the appropriate execution of tasks and objectives (time, quality, costs)
  • Set appropriate coordination, management tools, methods and decision-making processes
  • Consider the quality of technical reporting and financial administration
  • Consider and avoid gender and ethics

Expected results:

  1. Data Management Plan;
  2. Identify any biases or gender dimensions related to ONE4ALL.