WORKSHOP 1: “IoT Interoperability for Manufacturing: challenges and experiences”
Chairs:  E.Coscia, G.Monteleone, D.Rotondi
Smart Industry Services in Times of Internet of Things and Cloud Computing J.M.Serrano
Designing and Executing Interoperable IoT Manufacturing Systems U.Kannengiessers
IoT Research Position in Interoperability to Address Manufacturing Challenges P.Cousin
Manufacturing Integration Challenge: Top-­‐Down Interoperability and Bottom-­‐up Visibility Toward a Global Information Backbone V.K. Nguyen
An Improved Decision Support System in Factory Shop-­‐Floor Through an IoT Approach P. Petrali
Leveraging IoT Interoperability for Enhance Business Process in Smart, Digital and Virtual Factories O.Lazaro
WORKSHOP 2: Future Internet Methods, Architectures and Services for Digital Business Innovation in Manufacturing, Health and  Logistics
Enterprises
Chairs:  S.Gusmeroli, H. Gökmen, C.Thuemmler, P. Cousin, A. Cimmino, D. Doumeingts
Future Internet Technologies and Platforms to Support Smart, Digital and Virtual and Business Processes for Manufacturing J. Sola,A. Gonzalez, O.Lazaro
GRID versus Cloud in Health Care. How to make the Future Internet serviceable to securely bridge the Cyber-­‐Physical Gap C.Thuemmler
Transport Planning Performance in Freight Shipping: Contribution of FI-­‐enabled Business Interaction to the Spot Market of Containerized Fish Cargo M.Hagaseth
How to evaluate the performances of the Application of Future Internet in Manufacturing G.Doumeingts
Experience in validation and quality within FI-­‐PPP for the eHealth domain, the FI-­‐STAR Use  Case P.Cousin
Crop Protection Information Sharing. The use of FI-­‐PPP enabled business collaboration to realize an optimal protection of potatoes against late blight D.Goense
WORKSHOP 3: ICT Services and Interoperability for Manufacturing
Chair:K.Popplewell, G.Bhullar, S.Koussouris
Intelligent Systems Configuration Services for Flexible Dynamic Global Production Networks R.I.M. Young, K. Popplewell, F.-W. Jaekel, B. Otto, G. Bhullar
Binding Together Heterogeneous Training Services in Manufacturing Workplaces M. Sesana, S. Gusmeroli, R. Sanguini
Holistic, Scalable and Semantic Approach at Interoperable Virtual Factories G. Pavlov, V. Manafov, I. Pavlova, A. Manafov
Predictive Industrial Maintenance: A Collaborative Approach F. Ferreira, A. Shamsuzzoha, A. Azevedo, P. Helo
On optimising collaborative manufacturing processes in virtual factories D. Schuller, R. Hans, S. Zöller, R. Steinmetz
Modelling Interoperability-­‐related Economic and Efficiency Benefits in Dynamic Manufacturing Networks through Cognitive Mapping O.I. Markaki, S. Koussouris, P. Kokkinakos, D. Panopoulos, D. Askounis
Cloud-based Interoperability for Dynamic Manufacturing Networks D. Stock, A. Bildstein
A smart Mediator to Integrate Dynamic Networked Enterprises C. Diop, A. Kamoun, E. Mezghani, M. Zouari, E. Exposito
WORKSHOP 4: SmartNets–Collaborative Development and Production of Knowledge-­Intensive Products and Services
Chair: Marten van Sinderen; Co-Chair Robert Lagerström
The industrial model of Smart Networks for SME collaboration  – Implementation and success stories A. Lau, M. Tilebein, T. Fische
Towards a conceptual model of the resource base for  hyperlinking in innovation networks S.V. Rehm, S. Gross
Technology Incubators:Building an Effective Collaborative SMART NET for Learning, Growth and Innovation T.J. Marlowe, V. Kirova, M. Mohtashami
Application of the SmartNets Methodology in Manufacturing Service
Ecosystems
M.Hirsh, D. Opresnik, H.Matheis
Application of a Domain-Specific Language to support the User-Oriented Definition of Visualizations in the Context of Collaborative Product Development T. Reschenhofer, I. Monahov, F. Matthes
WORKSHOP 5: Collaboration Issues for City-­Logistics
Chair: G. Marques, G. Mace-­‐Ramete
Simulation-­‐based analysis of urban freight transport with stochastic features N.Herazo-­‐Padilla, J.R.Montoya-­‐Torres,
S.Nieto-­‐Isaza, L.Ramirez Polo, L.Castro, D.Ramírez, C.L.
Quintero-­‐Araújo
Impacts of Urban Logistics on Traffic  Flow Dynamics N.Chiabaut, JM Sigaud, G.Marques,
J.Gonzalez-­‐Feliu
A conceptualization of one collaborative basic city logistics’  solution: the Urban Consolidation Centre L.Faure, B.Montreuil, G.Marques,
P.Burlat
Modelling-­‐based decision support systems to evaluate sustainable urban freight transport systems Gonzalez-­‐Feliu, E.Taniguchi
City  logistics for perishable products. The case ofParma’s Food Hub E.Morganti, J.Gonzalez-­‐Feliu
Supporting decision for road crisis management through an agile and collaborative Information System Macé-­‐Ramète, F.Benaben, M.Lauras,
J.Lamothe
WORKSHOP 6: Applications of Advanced Technologies in the Context of Disaster Relief and Crisis Management
Chair: A.Charles, A. Guinet, A.Ruiz
A review of Humanitarian logistics to face natural or human disaster W.Chen, A.Guinet, A.Ruiz
Enhancing the emergency response by using an Event-­‐Driven System A.M.Barthe-­‐Delanoe, F.Benaben,
M.Lauras, S.Truptil
Designing decision support systems for humanitarian organisations: requirements, issues and proposal K.Saksrisathaporn,
A.Charles, A.Bouras
Bridging  the gap between developers, researchers and the reality of a disaster: Experiences from a field research trip to Philippines following the 2013 Haiyan disaster M.Comes, B.Van De Walle
WORKSHOP 8: Corporate Standardisation Management
Chair: K. Jacobs
Lack of openness as a potential failure in standardisation management – lessons learnt from setbacks in European learning technology standardisation T.Hoel
Human resources management strategies in Public Sector entities engaging in standard developing processes G.Canarslan
A framework for the management of intra-­‐organizational security process standardization C. Sillaber, M. Brunner and R.
Breu
Standards roles in Hacklin’s strategic model: The Space business ecosystem case K. Benmeziane and A.Mione
Standardization decision-­‐making and best practices: The case of a large Swedish automotive company A. Foukaki
Some Factors Influencing Corporate ICT Standardisation Management K. Jakobs
WORKSHOP 9: Standardisation Developments for Enterprise Interoperability and the Manufacturing Service Domain
Chair: M.Zelm, D. Chen
Towards Standardisation in Manufacturing Service Engineering of Ecosyste M. Zelm, G. Doumeingts
Framework for Manufacturing Servitization: Potentials for standardization D.Chen, S.Gusmeroli
How can existing standards support a Service Lifecycle Management? M.Freitag, M.Hirsch, J.  Neuhüttler
An approach to interoperability testing to speed up the adoption of standards A.Brutti, P.De Sabbata
A common vocabulary to express standardisation features: A step towards  the interoperability of   industrial data AF Cutting-­‐Decelle, GI Magnan, R.I. Young
An Info*Engine based architecture to support automatic interoperability with Windchill system M.A.Dhuieb, F.Belkadi, F.Laroche, A.Bernard