SBDIOI40 – Big Data In & OUT services for Industry 4.0: from shopfloor to post-sales (years 2019-2021)

SBDIO I4.0 is an industrial research project which aims to sustain local industries in their digitalization process, fostering transitions from a product economy to a services economy.
SBDIO I4.0 project stems from the needs of all the companies belonging to the industrial automation chain and based in the Emilia-Romagna Region, with the goal to simplify the transition from a product economy to a services economy.
The main objective of the project is the creation of a smart platform capable to offer a double servitization process for the industries: in the production (shopfloor) and in the post-sales services. This progressive transition can be developed by using an innovative approach based on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning algorithms applied on big data.

SBDIOI4.0 is an industrial research project funded by Emilia Romagna 2014 – 2020 as part of Smart Specialisation Strategy (S3)

Keywords: research and innovation; data analytics; services.
Duration: 24 Months (01 July 2019 – 30 June 2021)
Coordination: CIRI ICT – Interdepartmental Center for Industrial Research ICT Research of the University of Bologna;
CIRI MAM – Interdepartmental Center for Industrial Research of the University of Bologna;
MechLav – the Advanced Mechanics Laboratory of the University of Ferrara;
AIRI – the Artificial Intelligence Research and Innovation Center of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia and T3LAB – Technology Transfer Team.


Re-search Alps (years 2017-2019)

The RE-SEARCH ALPS project aims to gather, consolidate, harmonize and make available to different targets (public and private bodies working at local, regional and national level) data about laboratories and research and innovation centers which are active in particular in the regions of seven countries which constitute the Alpine Area. The project will allow to support the research and development process to possibly know: (a) what the laboratories and research centers do; (b) where they are located; (c) where excellence emerges, according to research fields / themes and numbers (active researchers, published papers, won prizes, running EU projects, gotten patents, etc); (d) people working in a specific center and determining its excellence; (e) network of relations they highlight in their websites.
The project has been funded by INEA under the CEF-Telecom framework.

Keywords: research and innovation centers, dataset, data integration, metadata
Duration: 24 Months (01 July 2017 – 30 June 2019)
Estimated costs: 862830 Euro (contribution 431415 Euro)
Contract number: INEA/CEF/ICT/A2016/1296967
Coordination: UNIMORE (Francesco Guerra)
Participants: Sidetrade (SIDETRADE),  François Bancilhon (Team Leader)
Università di Milano, Anna Giorgi
Ministère de l’enseignement supérieur, de la recherche et de l’innovation (MESRI)
Ministero dell’Istruzione, dell’Università e della Ricerca (MIUR)