Embedded Service Oriented Monitoring, Diagnostics and Control: Towards the Asset-Aware and Self-Recovery Factory

eSONIA Facts

Project duration: 36 months
Start: March 1st 2010
Total Cost: 12 million €
National Authorities Contribution: 4.8 million €
Artemis-JU Contribution: 2 million €


 

 

 

 

1st Prize to eSONIA for the best booth at Artemis CoSummit 2011


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stands for Embedded Service-Oriented Monitoring, Diagnostics and Control: Towards the Asset-Aware and Self-Recovery Factory.


Objectives

To realise the asset-aware and self-recovery plant through:

- Pervasive heterogeneous IPv6-based embedded devices
- Bringing on-board specialised services, glued through a middleware capitalising the service orientated approach

This will be applied in industry for the first time, in order to support continuous monitoring, diagnostics, prognostics and control of assets, regardless of their physical location.

Expected Outcomes

- greater predictability of plant behaviour and visibility
- reduced safety risks
- enhanced security
- cost efficiency