The eFactory project realises a federated smart factory ecosystem by initially interlinking four smart factory platforms, from the FoF-11-2016 cluster, through an open and interoperable Data Spine. The federation of the 4 base platforms is complemented by industrial platforms, collaboration tools and smart factory systems, specifically selected to support connected factories in lot-size-one manufacturing. more
People, machines, and organisations in the Web
In the past 12 months we have been following the discourse about Industry 4.0, Industrial Internet and Internet of Things – here are some of our preliminary conclusions and our positioning.
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The main focus of IoT4CPS will be on developing, producing and operating, highly trustable components and applications for Connected and Automated Driving. more
Salzburg Research analysed and compared different narrowband technologies, prepared a test and measurement framework, and developed guidelines for innovative narrowband applications.
An open source based infrastructure for B2B platforms that can be customised for regional and sector-specific applications. Small or large enterprises can join, define supply chains and can synchronise their production logistics. more
The SCISSOR project is concerned with the security of SCADA systems that are employed in industrial control processes – often in the context of critical infrastructures like energy, water, transport, finance, and health where security breaches potentially have devastating consequences. more
More R&D Projects
RoboGen develops a prototype with a learning agent, which makes gender-sensitive options accessible to all users via feedback from the users, thus enabling gender-sensitive human-robot interaction and a high degree of personalization. more
Dynamically reconfigurable software-defined real-time networks with AI support more
Comprehensive approach to provide future interconnected CPS with the means to establish interoperability and to efficiently and robustly communicate with each other in the future Internet of Things. more
In order to benefit from the emerging Industrial Internet, manufacturing companies will have to adapt their current automation infrastructure. more
In STEP, a prototype of a planning system will be developed and that uses online measurements from waste containers for the dispatching of waste disposal vehicles. Waste container measurements such as fill-level and temperature will be integrated into a mathematical planning-procedure to calculate and visualize optimal routes for daily, demand-driven waste disposal using large containers. more