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I-MECH - Intelligent Motion Control Platform for Smart Mechatronic Systems

Role: Partner

Responsible for UnibS: Prof. Atonio Visioli - DIMI

Start date 01/06/2017 - End date 31/05/2020

Total cost: € 17.003.102,13 
EU contribution: € 5.018.644,93

Total cost for UNIBS: € 325.812,50
EU contribution for UNIBS: € 325.812,50

Call for proposal:  H2020-ECSEL-2016-1

Abstract:

The I-MECH target is to provide augmented intelligence for wide range of cyber-physical systems having actively controlled moving elements, hence support development of smarter mechatronic systems. They face increasing demands on size, motion speed, precision, adaptability, self-diagnostic, connectivity, new cognitive features, etc. Fulfillment of these requirements is essential for building smart, safe and reliable production complexes. This implies completely new demands also on bottom layers of employed motion control system which cannot be routinely handled by available commercial products. On the ground of this, the main mission of this project is to bring novel intelligence into Instrumentation and Control Layers mainly by bridging the gap between latest research results and industrial practice in related model based engineering fields. Next, I-MECH will deliver new interfaces and diagnostic data quality for System Behavior Layer. It strives to provide a cutting edge reference motion control platform for nonstandard applications where the control speed, precision, optimal performance, easy reconfigurability and traceability are crucial. The high added value of I-MECH reference platform will be directly verified in high-speed/big CNC machining, additive manufacturing, semicon, high-speed packaging and healthcare robotics. In these sectors, the main project pilots will be validated. However, the platform will be applicable in many other generic motion control fields. The project outputs will impact on the entire value chain of the production automation market and, through envisioned I-MECH center, create sustainable proposition for future smart industry.

Participants
  • ZAPADOCESKA UNIVERZITA V PLZNI (Coordinator), Czech Republic
  • ELEKTRONIKAS UN DATORZINATNU INSTITUTS, Latvia
  • REDEN B.V., Netherlands
  • FUNDACION TEKNIKER, Spain
  • VYSOKE UCENI TECHNICKE V BRNE, Czech Republic
  • ROVIMATICA SL, Spain
  • TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITEIT EINDHOVEN, Netherlands
  • INGENIA-CAT S.L., Spain
  • TECHNOLUTION BV, Netherlands
  • FAGOR AOTEK S. COOP, Spain
  • GMV AEROSPACE AND DEFENCE SA, Spain
  • INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR MARKET LEADERSHIP, Greece
  • LABORATORIO IBERICO INTERNACIONAL DE NANOTECNOLOGIA, Portugal
  • TECO A.S., Czech Republic
  • OPEN ENGINEERING SA, Belgium
  • GEFRAN SPA, Italy
  • UNIVERSITA' DEGLI STUDI DI BRESCIA, Italy
  • ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY MCC B.V., Netherlands
  • NEDERLANDSE ORGANISATIE VOOR TOEGEPAST NATUURWETENSCHAPPELIJK ONDERZOEK TNO, Netherlands
  • EDILASIO CARREIRA DA SILVA LDA, Portugal
  • SIEMENS INDUSTRY SOFTWARE SAS, France
  • PHILIPS MEDICAL SYSTEMS NEDERLAND BV, Netherlands
  • I.M.A. INDUSTRIA MACCHINE AUTOMATICHE SPA, Italy
  • UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI MODENA E REGGIO EMILIA, Italy
  • EVIDENCE SRL, Italy
  • IKERLAN S COOP, Spain
  • NICOLAS CORREA SA, Spain
  • UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK - NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND, CORK, Ireland
  • JOHNSON & JOHNSON VISION CARE (IRELAND), Ireland
  • THE NATIONAL TECHNOLOGICAL PARK PLASSEY LIMERICK, Ireland
  • NEXPERIA BV, Netherlands