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mb air systems

mb air systems ltd have won a number of EU funded Research & Development Projects, our most recent included.

 

Project Acronym: EXTREMEFACTORIES Captura de pantalla 2011-09-13 a las 12.32.36.png

 

Project Full Title: On-the-cloud environment implementing agile management methods for enabling the set-up, monitoring and follow-up of business innovation processes in industrial SMEs

 

Project number: FP7-ICT-2011-285164

Start Date: 1 September 2011    End Date: 30 April 2014

Duration: 32 months                             Status: Completed

Project Cost: €3,189,117                       Project Funding: €2,448,343

Website: www.extremefactories.eu

SEVENTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME

Objective FoF-ICT-2011.7.3, Virtual Factories and enterprises

 

SUMMARY or OVERVIEW

ExtremeFactories is a set of tools that allows a company to effectively set-up, monitor and follow-up a business innovation process. ExtremeFactories is targeted to industrial SMEs and is made up of two key elements, a user-friendly web-based platform, and a comprehensive set of methodologies and tools compiled in an illustrated case-based workbook-, from which any SME can get inspiration and skills to manage their innovation process.

ExtremeFactories was an EU funded project, as such, it had a high focus on innovation.

The platform will support SMEs in a networked environment (internal and external partners; employees, customers, and suppliers).

 

 


Project Acronym: DEMI

 

 

Project number: FP7- ICT-2009-247831

Start Date: 1 February 2010                   End Date: 31 January 2013

Duration: 36 months                             Status: Completed

Project Cost: €3,724,382                       Project Funding: €2,652,000

Website: www.demi-online.eu

SEVENTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME

THEME 3: ICT for Energy Efficiency

 

SUMMARY or OVERVIEW

 

The DEMI project developed an ICT tool supporting product/process design optimising energy efficiency, which contributes to the reduction of their ecological impact. It also provides monitoring and decision making services to support energy efficiency over the process life cycle.

In addition a generic Methodology was developed, describing how to design a product / process in a manufacturing industry with minimising energy use in mind.


 

Project Acronym: AmI-MoSES

 

Project Full Title: Ambient-Intelligent Interactive Monitoring System for Energy use Optimisation in Manufacturing SMEs

 

Project number: FP7-ICT-224250

Start Date: 1 September 2008    End Date: 31 August 2011

Duration: 36 months                             Status: Completed

Project Cost: €2,784,037                       Project Funding: €2,000,000

Website: www.ami-moses.eu

SEVENTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME

THEME 3: Information and Communication Technologies.

 

SUMMARY or OVERVIEW

 

AmI-MoSES project developed a software platform, which is an ambient intelligent monitoring system for energy consumption. It is intended for application in manufacturing companies, to provide comprehensive information about energy use, and knowledge-based support for improvements in energy efficiency.

Using the measured and processed data, the system provides several energy efficiency software services, amongst which are; Condition-based energy consumption warning, On-line diagnostics of energy related problems, and Continuous improvement/optimisation of energy efficiency. The services interactively provide suggestions for appropriate actions for problem elimination and energy efficiency increase.


 

Project Acronym: K-NET

 

Project Full Title: Services for Context Sensitive Enhancing of Knowledge in Networked Enterprise

Project number: FP7-ICT-215584

Start Date: 1 December 2007                 End Date: 30 November 2010

Duration: 36 months                             Status: Completed

Project Cost: €1,999,369                       Project Funding: €1,485,177

Website: K-NET

SEVENTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME

THEME 3: Information and Communication Technologies.

 

SUMMARY or OVERVIEW

 

The main objective of K-NET was to explore the fundamental of, how different services to manage social interactions in a networked enterprise, can be used to enhance knowledge and knowledge management services.

The project developed K-NET platform, which is a set of software services provided in a web server, which uses context to provide the most suitable information to users in networked SMEs. K-NET Methodology was also developed, detailing how to combine services supporting work and management of social interaction in virtual worlds and knowledge technology in order to enhance knowledge within networked enterprises.