D2.4: Validation and Improvement of KPIs for the DISRUPT environment

This deliverable reports the identified of KPIs that will play an essential role during the validation and evaluation process. The KPIs are classified into 3 categories: Industry related KPIs that define critical and notable types of performance measurement, Innovation KPIs that will highlight DISRUPT innovation aspects related to ideas, market and output and ICT-related performance KPIs that support the assessment of the DISRUPT platform as such.


D2.3: The DISRUPT Platform Integration Plan

This deliverable provides the plan for the development activities that the project should follow in order to produce a fully functional and integrated platform for a smart manufacturing ecosystems. The plan for the DISRUPT integration is driven by the data and thus it is specified the data-driven integration plan, in which both data semantics and data synchronization are fundamental in the correct implementation of the analytics and decision-support processes.


D2.1: Technical specifications and goals

This deliverable provides solid technical specifications for each one of the modules that collectively comprise the DISRUPT system. These functional requirements arise from a set of user scenarios that introduce a functional perspective into user needs and it is discussed how each requirement addresses the identified use cases and business goals.


D1.4: User requirements, data requirements and management

The purpose of this deliverable is to exhaustively capture, list and justify the user requirements for DISRUPT, upon which the system specifications will be established. This ensures that there is a clear mapping from business to technology, i.e., that the DISRUPT system indeed covers contemporary business needs in manufacturing for both its two industrial partners (and sectors) and for Industry 4.0 transition.


D1.3: Use-cases and manufacturing goals

The main objectives of D1.3 are: (a) establishing an understanding of the current production settings for the two user manufacturing companies (CRF-FCA and Arcelik), (b) formally describing the current operational environments and the needs for change of the two companies, and (c) situating the requirements and aspirations of the two companies in their respective current settings.


D1.2: Manufacturing cases elucidation and market analysis

The main objective of D1.2 is to establish the industrial and commercial backdrop against which the DISRUPT technologies will be developed in order to meet business expectations for both end-user industries (i.e., manufacturers) and technology providers (i.e., ICT vendors).


D1.5: Business Models (interim version M12)

The results presented at this version are the outcome of a broad survey of existing approaches, business models and business cases. This is a interim version for month 12.


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 723541

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