INTEROP-VLab, the European Virtual Laboratory for Enterprise Interoperability (I-VLab), is an initiative to develop networked research with critical mass in the Enterprise Interoperability (EI) domain and associated domains (Future Internet and Enterprise Systems Applications). Created on March 2007 as an AISBL (Association Internationale Sans But Lucratif) under Belgian law, I-VLab co-ordinates now more 50 institutions from 11 countries (including China) and over 200 researchers.

European Projects

The I-VLab Management is currently involved in two research projects, discover them by clicking below

Committees and Groups

INTEROP-VLab has created Committees, Task Forces, Thematic Groups and Community Groups to perform research activities.

SLM Tool Box

The SLMTB (Service Lifecycle Manufacturing Tool Box) created following the MSEE project (Manufacturing SErvice Ecosystem).

CREMA / C2NET workshop – 24/11/2016

This event is jointly organised by the H2020 EU projects CREMA and C2NET as a key action to disseminate main results generated in both projects and obtain first hand feedback from industrial and IT solutions providers communities. Read…
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TF2 Model-Driven Interoperability

The TF has the objective to promote the discussion among the members to advance on the state of the art in the area of model-driven interoperability. Building upon solid research from INTEROP and ATHENA frameworks, the TF seeks to improve best practices as a basis...
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Mod4Sim conference (23-26/04/2017)

LOCATION: Virginia Beach, VA (USA) DATE: 23-26/04/2017 INTEROP-VLab Task Force 2 – Model Driven Engineering for EI will participate in a special session under the scope of the Mod4Sim conference.   Global competition and the uncertainty of markets have...
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