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FFI Line information system architecture LISA

Reference number
Coordinator KUNGLIGA TEKNISKA HÖGSKOLAN - Institutionen för industriell produktion
Funding from Vinnova SEK 3 600 000
Project duration October 2011 - December 2014
Status Completed
Venture FFI - Sustainable Production
End-of-project report 2011-01792_publik_EN.pdf (pdf, 629 kB)

Important results from the project

Increased industrial knowledge on standards for line information management: achieved Improved and secured product quality: implicitly, improved ICT Reduced environmental footprint: implicitly, improved ICT Reduced cost for manufacturing: implicitly, improved ICT Reduced cost for IT systems: achieved, simplified configuration and maintenance Improved capacity, flexibility and delivery precision: implicitly, improved information management Improved reliability and maintenanceImplicitly, improved ICT

Expected long term effects

LISA has delivered and validated a modern flexible and scalable event driven architecture able to implement collection and fusion of data from different automatic production sources with a granularity level that stretch down to the single sensor. This provides, in principle, the possibility to mine and parse data across the different layers of manufacturers´ ICT infrastructure, independently from predefined control logic constraints.

Approach and implementation

The project has resulted in a strong national team for industrial ICT and scalable manufacturing control being built between the project partners Scania, Volvo Car Corporation, KTH, Chalmers and LTH as well as with the system vendors Rockwell Automation and Siemens. When this report is written, a proposal for a continuation project FFI LISA² has already been submitted.

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Last updated 9 January 2020

Reference number 2011-01792

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