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Enabling maritime big data scenarios for EU-based companies, organisations and scientists, through a multi-segment platform that will combine data of different velocity, variety and volume under an interlinked, trusted, multilingual engine to produce a big-data repository of value and veracity back to the participants and local communities.
The goal of the vf-OS Project is to develop an Open Operating System for Virtual Factories (vf-OS), composed by a Virtual Factory System Kernel (vf-SK), a Virtual Factory Application Programming Interface (vf-API) and a Virtual Factory Middleware (vf-MW) specifically designed for the factory of the future.
OPTIMUM establishes largely scalable architecture for the management and processing of multisource big data, which enables the continuous monitoring of transportation system needs while facilitating proactive decisions and actions in a semi-automated way.
The AQUASMART project responds to the EU’s Blue Growth Strategy for marine and maritime sustainable growth and the Commission’s Europe 2020 Strategy. Aquaculture industry, which comprises mainly of SME companies, represents a significant source of protein for people.
The goal of C2NET Project is the creation of cloud-enabled tools for supporting the supply network optimization of manufacturing and logistic assets based on collaborative demand, production and delivery plans.
The main objective of the OSMOSE project is to develop a reference architecture, a middleware and some prototypal applications for the Sensing-Liquid Enterprise, by interconnecting Real, Digital and Virtual Worlds in the same way a semi-permeable membrane permits the flow of liquid particles through itself.