Interoperability and virtualisation of processes in enterprises networks
CENTRO DI RICERCA CON RICADUTE DI INTERESSE INDUSTRIALE
Responsible: Giorgio Graditi
Scientific coordinator: Piero De Sabbata
The laboratory addresses the following research issues:
Technologies of interoperability and enterprises networks; semantic technologies and for the traceability of the supply chain; technologies and enabling standards for smart cities and communities (X-LAB)
Methodologies for cad/cam design and new production technologies (PROTO-LAB)
Characterisation of energetic components and IT applications for energy. New technologies for reducing energy consumption, optimizing production processes, analyzing and using new fuels, and biofuels, and systems for sustainable mobility.(LITE3R)
Applications in the HPC-Big Data field of interest to industry and Public Administration. (HPC-Lab)
1. Interoperability technologies and enterprises networks (X-LAB)
Standards adoption methods and tools for machine-to-machine data exchange;
New business models enabled by IT (Smart energy grids, energy optimisation, smart manufacturinmg)
Tools and methods for data exchange standards adoption and interoperability assessment
Test Bed methods and tools for evaluation of interoperability and applications conformance to standard specifications;
"Test hall" open to the enterprises who want to check the interoperability of their own applications.
Expected impact toward enterprises:
Standards adoption/participation to standardization activity
Test and measure of the systems interoperability
Creation of a regional environment favourable to standard based eBusiness
Independent support (not another SW solution)
2. Cad/cam design methodologies and new production techniques (PROTO-LAB)
Development of CAD 3D modelling methodologies for the integration with automatic production, rapid modelling and "rapid manufacturing" systems
Development of CAD 3D design methodologies for high design content models through the integrated use of the modelling NURBS and SDS (SubDivisionSurface) for made in Italy products
Definition of potential implementations for generative modelling. Generative modelling integration with 3D design systems for "visual programming" applications and complex mathematic functions translation in three-dimensional models hardly realizable with normal CAD tools.
"Best practices" in collaboration with PMI and artisan laboratories finalized to research activities based on the application of cad/cam technologies and their integration with the traditional systems of production
Expected impact toward enterprises:
CAD/CAM technologies introduction with specific reference to 3D modelling, inverse engineering and rapid modelling inside micro-enterprises and artisan laboratories
Increase of enterprises competitiveness through the optimization of the design process, the time to market reduction and the increase of the collections design level
The Traceability table of the National Technological Cluster of Made in Italy and the Regional Cluster of Creative Cultural Industries of Emilia-Romagna, organize a meeting on the European strategy for sustainable circular textiles. The event will be virtual and is an opportunity for reflecting on the steps to meet the incoming regulations.
The European Commission presented on 30 March 2022 a communication on the EU strategy for a sustainable and circular textile sector (COM (2022) 141). This is a strategic declaration that outlines an important and inspiring path for the manufacturing industries and markets of the EU.
We are going to discuss some scientific issues related to the actual tragic war events, with the researchers of the Laboratory TNMT ( Nuclear Safety, Security and Sustainability Division - Fusion and Technology for Nuclear Safety and Security Department) at Research Centre of Bologna.
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Organised by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and the Monitor for Circular Fashion, Sustainability Lab of SDA Bocconi School of Management, the event will coincide with the Milan Fashion Week. Harnessing the potential of innovation for due diligence and informed consumers’ choices