FUDIPO project reach the end!

Dear followers,

After a little more than 4 years of hard work and collaboration, it is a pleasure for us to announce that the FUDIPO project has been successfully completed.

During these four years, different optimization and control tools have been developed and applied in different industries, which is a small step towards the industrial sustainability in Europe.

Our work has also led to more than 30 publications related to the subject that you can find on our website, along with other dissemination works.

We really hope that this project is the door to new jobs and collaborations and to continue advancing in this necessary change towards a sustainable economy.

We leave you here the final newsletter that we have prepared for you with great enthusiasm, where you can find a few words of farewell from the coordinators and some researchers, as well as results in the case studies, information about a free-use platform that we have developed, and our latest scientific publications: https://fudipo.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/FUDIPO-4th-Public-Newsletter.pdf

This website will remain operational, which contains all the information on the project and results.

Sincerelly,

FUDIPO consortium.

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Digitized Sustainable Process Industry workshop in Frankfurt, 18th October 2018

FUDIPO is participating in Digitized Sustainable Process Industry workshop in Frankfurt, on 18th October 2018. This workshop is also co-organised by COCOP, Monsoon, and CoPro SPIRE funded projects.

The workshop presents the EU perspective on digital operations in process industries and focuses on plant-wide monitoring and control of data-intensive processes. Also, a networking space is planned.

The event is free-registration but the number of participants is limited. More info soon.

SAVE THE DATE!

New conference paper related to FUDIPO presented at ASME TURBO EXPO 2018, June 11-15, 2018, Oslo, Norway

Valentina Zaccaria and coworkers from MDH University (partner of FUDIPO), has presented a conference paper related to the project proposing a framework for monitoring, diagnostics, and health management of a fleet of aircrafts, consisting of a multi-level approach.

Read the full abstract here:

Fleet Monitoring and Diagnostics Framework Based on Digital Twin of Aero-Engines