Posts Tagged ‘deliverable’

Two new deliverables are published

Friday, March 16th, 2012

The Grace project activities are going ahead as planned, so that in the last weeks two new deliverables have been published, reporting on the main outcomes of Task 2.2 “Development of adaptive controls at local level for the process and the product” and Task 1.3 “Interoperability and ontology design” respectively.

Deliverable 2.2
D2.2 “Implementation of adaptive control algorithms and self-optimization mechanisms at local level”
| February 2012 | Confidential | available soon

This deliverable reports on the implementation of self-adaptation and self-optimization in manufacturing systems and assembly processes at local level, with the aim of increasing process flexibility and improving the handling of unpredictable changes in the production process.

Deliverable 1.3
D1.3 “Document defining the ontology for line production system, integrating process and quality control”
| March 2012 | Public

This deliverable contains the outcome of the Task 1.3, whose main objective is the design of the ontology to support the knowledge representation that will be used by the multi-agent system integrating process and quality control.

Deliverable 6.2

Wednesday, January 11th, 2012

A new public deliverable has been submitted to the EU Commission on 10th January 2012 and now it can be freely accessed in the download page of the website.

Deliverable 6.2
D6.2 “Rolling Dissemination and Exploitation Report”

January 2012 | Public

Deliverable 6.2 is the second output of WP6- “Dissemination and Exploitation”, whose overall objectives are to disseminate the results obtained from the project to the scientific and industrial communities, to coordinate the exploitation of the technologies and the solutions coming out of the project and to pursue standardization of the GRACE technology.

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