I-ESA'16 WORKSHOPS presentation


Workshop   A1


Exploring solutions and business opportunities in Enterprise Interoperability: the Portuguese scenario– in Portuguese language

Chair : Ricardo Machado
Agenda : 29th of March, from 10:30 to 13:00
Room : Connection

Title and paragraphs : pending


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Workshop   A2


Sustainable Practices to improve Interoperability in Manufacturing Engineering

Chair : Jose Machado
Agenda : 29th of March, from 9:00 to 10:30
Room : Cooperation


The workshop is addressing the networked relationships between clients and suppliers which is becoming a key organizational paradigm, as well as technical issues of data sharing and exchange, system flexibility to improve productivity and competitiveness. The issue of interoperability within an enterprise is no longer limited to the interoperability between silos of systems within single companies, but has become one of interoperability throughout a value chain.


Title and paragraphs : pending


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Workshop   A4


Corporate Standardisation Management

Chair : Kai Jakobs
Agenda : 30th of March, from 9:00 to 10:30
Room : Ability


The workshop aims to address aspects relating to managerial issues of corporate standardisation as well as at standards management in the public sector. This includes aspects like organisational and reporting structures, education and training, cross- departmental information flows, etc. The main goal is to contribute to the identification of best practices in organisational management of standardisation


Standards Management for the Twenty-First Century Architectural Deficiencies and Management Opportunities

Michael B. Spring


ISO Harvesting and Conservation Standards – Agricultural Mowers and Balers – A success story

Keith J Hawken


Stakeholder Management in Standardisation – A Framework for Analysis of Coordination Mechanisms based on Resource Dependencies

Dian Balta


The Shape of Standardisation in the eGovernment Research Landscape

Dian Balta


Addressing the EU Cross-Border eHealth Challenge by Leveraging Interoperability

L. K. Mano & J. Wehnert


Managing Perception, Legitimacy, and Trust in Security Standardization

Liqun Chen, Dirk Kuhlmann, Chris Mitchell


Subsidiary Strategy and Importance of Standards: Re-interpreting the integration-responsiveness framework

Jo-Ann Müller


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Workshop   B1


Intelligent Systems Configuration Services for Flexible Dynamic Global Production Networks

Chair : Keith Popplewell
Agenda : 29th of March, from 9:00 to 10:30
Room : Interaction


The workshop aims to disseminate results from the FLEXINET FP7 Factories of the Future project. This project emanated from the enterprise interoperability and collaborative manufacturing communities, and addresses issues relating to the initial configuration of global production networks to deliver product-services, as well as their subsequent re-configuration in response to changing markets, new technologies, and challenges posed by risk and uncertainty in collaborative networks. The workshop will be a showcase of the overall project results as well as specific technical advances.


The FLEXINET Platform: Supporting the Flexible Development of New Ideas for Effective Business and Production Solutions

R. Young


Exploiting Reference Ontologies as a Basis for Interoperability

C. Palmer, E. Urwin, R. Young


Integration of Risk and Interoperability into Integrated Management Systems

Frank-Walter Jaekel, Gering, Patrick, Nicolaus Wintrich, Dobrila Petrovic, Ali Niknejad


A knowledge-based approach to manage the Product-Service Ideation and Design processes

Marilungo, E. Coscia, Quaglia


Software Supported Risk Management for the Global Production Networks Configuration

Ali Niknejad, Keith Popplewell, Dobrila Petrovic


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Workshop   B2


Intelligent Transport Systems

Chair : Ruben Costa
Agenda : 29th of March, from 14:00 to 18:00
Room : Interaction


This workshop will elaborate on barriers and limitations of transportation system to exploit big data opportunities and present the on-going projects/initiatives in the domain of Intelligent Transport Systems, contributing to enhancing big data and open data on transport. We will address issues that range from technical to institutional areas. Many transportation agencies and authorities, transport industries, etc. may not consider the investment in collecting and analysing big data profitable, worrying also about the associated costs and risks of data collection and sharing.


Proactive Charging Schemes for Freight Transport: Dynamic Toll Discounts as a Tool to Reduce the National Roads Traffic

André Ramos, Alexandra Rodrigues, Sónia Machado, Filipa Antunes, Pedro Ventura, Tiago Garcia, AthinaTsirimpa, Amalia Polydoropoulou


Proactive recommendations for Intelligent Mobility - An approach based on real-time big data processing

Paulo Figueiras, Ruben Costa, Luka Bradesko, Nenad Stojanovic, Panagiotis Georgakis, Efthimios Bothos, Babis Magoutas, Akrivi Kioussi


Titles : pending


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Workshop   B3


Cloud Collaborative Manufacturing Networks

Chair : Raul Poler
Agenda : 30th of March, from 9:00 to 13:00
Room : Interaction


The objective of this workshop is to present the results of research performed in the Cloud Collaborative Manufacturing Networks (C2NET), a Horizon 2020 European project and to compare with research performed in related H2020 projects, in academia and in industry. Topics include Cloud-enabled tools for Supply Chains Collaboration, and for Optimization of Collaborative Planning as well as Cloud Platforms for Networked Enterprises and Cloud Data Collection from real-world resources and from virtualisation of resources.


Supply Network Collaboration: C2NET Pilots needs and validation scenarios

Eduardo Saiz, Leila Saari, Carlos Agostinho and Joseba Arana


Towards a cloud-based platform for enabling supply chain collaboration

Raúl Peña-Ortiz, Borja Ramis-Ferrer, Emili Miedes, Angelica Nieto, Rubén de Juan-Marín, José L. Martínez -Lastra


A Framework for Modern Industry Data Collection

Carlos Agostinho, Jean-Pierre Lorré, Sudeep Ghimire, Joaquim Pereira, Yazid Benazzouz


Optimization Algorithms for Collaborative Manufacturing and Logistics Processes

Beatriz Andres, Leila Saari, Matthieu Lauras and Fernando Eizaguirre


C2NET Project: Tools for agile collaboration

Frédérick Bénaben, Zheng Jiang, Tiexin Wang, Jacques Lamothe, Carlos Agostinho, Sudeep Ghimire, Raquel Melo, Yazid Benazzouz, Jean-Pierre Lorré


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Workshop   B4


Sensing Enterprise: Opportunities and Barriers

Chair : Carlos Agostinho
Agenda : 30th of March, from 14:00 to 18:00
Room : Interaction


With the technology available in the domain of the Internet of Things (IoT), enterprises appear in direct need of innovative ideas to adapt, to remain competitive, or sometimes to survive in the digital area. The objective of the workshop is threefold: To demonstrate the progress in research and development in different projects addressing the Sensing Enterprise concept or the broader Digital Enterprise aspects, e.g. OSMOSE, Proasense, Interact, and Future Enterprise. To analyse the barriers and limitations of the sensing enterprise in industry, and To promote scientific and technical collaboration between on-going projects in this field.


Digital Business Innovation Perspectives for the Sensing Enterprise

Iosif Alvertis, Panagiotis Kokkinakos, Fenareti Lampathaki, Sotiris Koussouris, Gianluigi Viscusi, Christopher Tucci


Concept of the formal model driven Internet-of-Things platform

Milan Zdravković, Nikola Vitković, Miroslav Trajanović, Ricardo-Jardim Goncalves


Towards the Internet-of-Things platform for orthopaedics surgery – the smart external fixation device case studies

Milan Zdravković, Nikola Korunović, Nikola Vitković, Miroslav Trajanović, Jelena Milovanović, Ricardo Jardim-Goncalves, Joao Sarraipa


Sensing Liquid Enterprise applied to Flight Simulator business – case study

Michele Sesana, Roberto Sanguini , Carlos Agostinho, Stefano Genolini, Domenico Cangelli, Guglielmo Monguzzi, Sergio Gusmeroli


Big Data in ProaSense

Nenad Stojanovic


Industry 4.0 IoT Architecture

Filipe Cabral Pinto, Fernando Santiago, Isabel Borges


IoT-enabled Customer Experience in Retail Fashion Stores: Opportunities & Challenges

Matthias Hauser, Cleopatra Bardaki


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Workshop   C1


New Approaches to Product Service Systems

Chair : Sergio Gusmeroli, Amir Pirayesh
Agenda : 29th of March, from 14:00 to 18:00
Room : Cooperation


The workshop will present new concepts, methods and IT tools to support Product-Service System (PSS) in order to produce sustainable product-service solutions and to reduce the time-to-market. In addition, the workshop aims to discuss how to define and set-up a sound methodological framework for PSS including the definition of a service strategy and description of innovative PSS business models.


Enterprise Modelling Techniques and symbiotic PSS development

Amir Pirayesh, Guy Doumeingts


Toward a PSS lifecycle management systems: considerations and architectural impacts

Mariangela Lazoi, Giuditta Pezzotta, Fabiana Pirola, Antonio Margarito


Feedback Mechanisms Across the Lifecycle for Customer-driven Optimisation of Innovative Product-Service Design

Karl A. Hribernik, Johannes Lützenberger and Klaus-Dieter Thoben


Exploring the Symbiotic Cooperation of Knowledge and Sentiment in Product-Service Design

Fenareti Lampathaki, Stefan Wiesner


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Workshop   C2


Big Data Interoperability for Enterprises

Chair : Marten van Sinderen, Marie Iacob
Agenda : 29th of March, from 14:00 to 18:00
Room : Ability


Big data provides the underpinning of context-awareness and business intelligence, allowing ‘smart’ decision-making which takes historical patterns, current situations, and future trends into account. The workshop aims to address the use of big data in enterprise organizations and enterprise networks, while addressing the problem of data interoperability and data integration.


FAIR Data Points Supporting Big Data Interoperability

Luiz Olavo Bonino Da Silva Santos


The Internet of Data for Organizations

Wout Hofman


A Big Data Wrangling Approach for Machine and Sensor Data in Manufacturing

Francisco Sanchez Sid, Jose Ramon Navarro Cerdan, Raul Hussein Galindo


Product Service Design Structure Matrix: A method to synchronize developing processes

Mike Freitag, Martin Zelm


A Benchmark for Predicting Turnaround Time for Trucks at a Container Terminal

Sjoerd van der Spoel, Chintan Amrit, Jos van Hillegersberg


Domain Driven Prediction Instrument Development for Complex Systems

Sjoerd van der Spoel, Chintan Amrit, Jos van Hillegersberg


Achieving Big Data Interoperability in Disease Surveillance

João L.R. Moreira, Marten van Sinderen


Big Data Challenges for Efficient Logistic Planning

Prince Singh, M. van Sinderen, R. Wieringa


Benefits of Multi-Level Modelling in Ecosystem Interoperability

Georg Grossmann, Muzaffar Igamberdiev, Markus Stumptner


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Workshop   C3


Interoperability in Crisis Management and Homeland Security

Chair : Frederick Benaben, Sergio Gusmeroli
Agenda : 30th of March, from 9:00 to 13:00
Room : Cooperation


The workshop aims at applying crisis management and homeland security in a specific context where expectations about collaboration and interoperability are drastically exacerbated. Critical consequences on the one hand increase time constraints and obligation of acting, whereas on the other hand, they imply to imagine specific collaborative approaches together between specific domains and specific actors. The workshop will present and discuss these two aspects.


Real-time Monitoring for an Humanitarian Logistic Network : The American IFRC study case

Laura Laguna, Matthieu Lauras, Tina Comes


Management in Urban Transport System – the RESOLUTE project

Antonio Candelieri, Ilaria Giordani, Francesco Archetti


Profiling Approach for the Interoperability of Command & Control Systems with Sensing Systems in Emergency Management: an applicable scenario

Marco Di Ciano, Agostino Palmitessa, Marianna Cavone, Pierluigi Loiacono, Ivana Caputo, Angelantonia Bufi


A Method for Critical Infrastructures Resilience Engineering: The MAIIEUTIC project

V. Chapurlat, N. Daclin, A. Bony-Dandrieux, J. Tixier, F. Benaben, D. Kamissoko, N. Salatge and E. Guigou


Automating the Development and Implementation of Interoperability Profiles

Mert Gencturk, Matteo Redaelli, Yildiray Kabak, Gokce Banu Laleci Erturkmen, Raul Arisi, Lorenzo Toscano


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Workshop   C4


Resilient Production Networks

Chair : Keith Popplewell
Agenda : 30th of March, from 14:00 to 18:00
Room : Cooperation


This workshop aims to enable interchange of ideas, problems and research results between member projects of the Resilient Production Networks Cluster (RPNC) , and other participants with and interest in this area of research and application. The RPNC is a cluster of FP7 and H2020 Factories of the Future projects, who share interest and activities related to management and support of production networks where resilience in response to rapid change, uncertainty and risk are a major factor in business strategy, network configuration and operations management.


Interoperability between Cyber Physical and Management Systems using CREMA Middleware in the Manufacturing Domain

Gurbaksh Bhullar


Knowledge-based Production Planning Support for Manufacturing Change Management

Benjamin Gernhardt


Framework of Robustness

Nicole Stricker, Gisela Lanza


Bringing Cloud-based Rapid Elastic Manufacturing to Reality with CREMA

Stefan Schulte, Michael Borkowski, Matthias Klusch, Aitor Murguzur, Philipp Waibel


Role and relevance of a resilient production networks cluster

Keith Popplewell


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