MSEE

List of MSEE deliverables

MSEE is an ICT integrated project, funded by the European Commission in call Factories of the Future (FoF) of the 7th Framework Programme. The general objective 7.3 “Virtual Factories and Enterprises” focuses on end-to-end integrated ICT solutions that enable innovation and higher management efficiency in networked enterprise operations.

The Factories of the Future (FoF) multi-annual Strategic Roadmap identifies in “ICT-enabled intelligent manufacturing” one of the four pillars to support European manufacturing industry in the challenging transition from post-crisis recovery to re-gain competitive advantage in the global market competition. Three priority areas have been identified, namely Smart Factories, i.e. agile manufacturing and customization, Virtual Factories, i.e. value creation, global networked manufacturing and logistics and Digital Factories, i.e. manufacturing design and product life cycle management.
The fundamental question the FoF roadmap poses to ICT is: how can European manufacturing industry produce goods in a smarter way, develop innovation-oriented collaborations in a more virtual manner and at the same time strongly proceed in the digitalization of the processes and in the interoperability of Enterprise Software and Applications (ESA)?

By merging concrete needs and short-term requirements from European Manufacturing industry with a long-term vision of Future Internet Enterprises / Enterprise Systems, MSEE aims to create a new Virtual Factory Industrial Models, where service orientation and collaborative innovation will support a new renaissance of Europe in the global manufacturing context.

MSEE Project website: http://www.msee-ip.eu/

List of MSEE Deliverables
D11.1 Service concepts, models and method: Model Driven Service Engineering M4 issue
D12.1 Report about Service Scenarios
D12.3 Service Engineering Methodology for Product-Related Services
D31.1 Functional and Modular Architecture of Future Internet Enterprise Systems
D41.1 MSEE Service-System Functional and Modular Architecture
D51.2 Methodology for Requirements Engineering & Evaluation in Manufacturing Service Ecosystems – M6
D71.2 Dissemination and Cluster Plan M6 issue
D51.1 Applicability of existing user requirements approaches in MSEE
D11.2 Service concepts, models and method: Model Driven Service Engineering M12 issue
D13.1 KPIs and SLAs for ecosystem governance M06
D13.3 Liability, trust and reputation model M09
D13.5 Service operations monitoring and control toolset M12
D14.1 Integrated Service Life Cycle Model
D15.2 Specifications and Design of Service Lifecycle Management ToolBox M9 issue
D21.2

D21.4

Report about the Elements of the Reference framework – M9 issue

Reference framework model for a sustainable service innovation ecosystem – M12 issue

D22.1 Analysis of intangible asset management in manufacturing for service-based innovation ecosystems M06
D22.3 Development of methods for virtualization of MSE intangibles
D23.1 Open Manufacturing Modelling Suite Design – M6
D23.3 OMSE Management Principles for Tangible Assets
D25.1 State of the Art of collaborative networks for service-based innovation ecosystems M12 issue
D25.2 Requirements for analyzing service ecosystems by business analysis tools
D26.1 Innovation Ecosystem platform specifications and architecture
D31.1 Functional and Modular Architecture of Future Internet Enterprise Systems
D32.1 Future Internet Platform Federation Specifications and Architecture
D33.1 FI Utility Services specifications and architecture
D41.1 MSEE Service-System Functional and Modular Architecture
D42.1 Generic Service – Development Platform specifications and architecture
D43.1 Service Delivery Infrastructure and Architecture
D44.1 Mobile Business platform specifications and architecture
D71.5 Dissemination and Cluster Activity report M12
D74.1 Report with MSEE standards candidates, requirements and state of the art