A CPSELabs project, sustained by INTOCPS and co-funded by the European Community's Horizon 2020 Programme under grant agreement no 644400.
Total amount : 190.000 Euro
The IPP4CPPS project aims to contribute for the optimization of the complete product-production cycle by having real-time information about machines, production process, product and perturbations into a platform that allows coping with uncertainties for the automatic scheduling and control. To achieve this optimization, an integrated multi-paradigm modelling and simulation platform will be firstly used to evaluate key parts of the product-production cycle. On this basis, a realistic small scale prototype system will be constructed and coupled with the co-simulation to assess the inner complexity to engineer CPS-based production systems and the benefits, risks and maturity level of such systems.
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IPP4CPPS Team represented by Samuel Puscasu and Alexandru Butean was present at Bucharest International Technical Fair presenting the prototype of the project, 2017
IPP4CPPS Team represented by Alexandru Butean was present at CODIAX Deep Tech Event presenting the results of the project, 2017
IPP4CPPS Team represented by Bogdan Pirvu and Alexandru Butean will be present at HANNOVER MESSE presenting the results of the project, 2018