UPTIME at Interoperability for Maintenance Workshop at I-ESA 2020, 17 – 20 Nov 2020, Tarbes, France

UPTIME at Interoperability for Maintenance Workshop at I-ESA 2020, 17 – 20 Nov 2020, Tarbes, France
February 28, 2020 UPTIME Admin


Interoperability for Maintenance Workhop at I-ESA 2020

UPTIME with other ForeSee Cluster projects, SERENA and Z-BRE4K jointly co-organised an international workshop on “Interoperability for Maintenance Semantic Model, Terminology and Ontology” in conjunction with the I-ESA 2020 conference, which will be held in Tarbes, France, from 17 – 20 November 2020.

The purpose of the workshop is to share outcomes of projects implementing various advanced technologies to improve interoperability in the real world of the production systems and plants in industry, such as shared terminology, model-based systems maintenance, big data analysis, IA algorithms, ontologies, etc. The interative workshop will focus on identification of project results and definition of a structured roadmap with trends for future advanced maintenance processes.


  • Scheduling Predictive Maintenance with Production Tasks: A Steel Industry Case Study

    Nikolaos Nikolakis - LMS - University of Patras, Xanthi Bampoula, Kosmas Alexopoulos

  • How Data Models Can Contribute to Linking Real-Life Assets with their Digital Twin: A Case Study in Predictive Maintenance

    Moritz von Stietencron - BIBA, Karl Hribernik - BIBA, Klaus-Dieter Thoben - BIBA

  • Ontologies Combining Design Semantics and Semantics Used in Operation and Maintenance: Feedback from EDF Power Plants Case Studies

    Dourgnon Anne - EDF, Antoine Alain - Université de Lorraine, Samba Mansor – ATOS Sénégal

  • Maintenance Terminology Standards: Some Issues and the Need of a Shared Framework for Interoperability

    Yves Keraron - ISADEUS, Antoine Despujols - AFIM/EFMS

Panel discussion

The presentations will be followed by a panel discussion which will highlight the value of new technologies used in predictive maintenance platforms for the management of industrial assets.

Afterwards, we will have a session of collective intelligence to get input for a structured roadmap of the Foresee Cluster, a cluster of 6 H2020 projects of predictive maintenance of the factory of the future.

Further information on the workshop is available here.

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