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  • MIRIDU-microsistemas para la monitorización de entornos industriales hostiles
    Almacenamiento eléctrico y gestión térmica Otros proyectos ANGELAB CELLMICROCART LABONFOIL Más proyectos de esta linea MIRIDU microsistemas para la monitorización de entornos industriales hostiles Compartir Sensorización y monitorización de componentes Participantes IK4 IKERLAN Duración 2013 2015 N Expediente 36 14 PROGRAMA Diputación Foral de Guipuzcoa Red Guipuzcoana de ciencia tecnología e innovación Este proyecto persigue la investigación y el desarrollo de micro y nanotecnologías aplicadas a dispositivos miniaturizados integrados y autónomos para la sensorización y monitorización de componentes en entornos industriales hostiles Se trata de espacios en los que se dan altas temperaturas y vibraciones por ejemplo Los retos tecnológicos identificados son los procesos de microfabricación la extracción de energía del entorno la comunicación inalámbrica el ensamblado y la protección frente a entornos hostiles Estos retos permitirán la incorporación de microsensores sobre las mismas piezas o productos a monitorizar lo que presenta un gran potencial para la resolución de problemáticas habituales en la industria Nuestra aportación En IK4 IKERLAN hemos focalizado nuestra aportación en los sectores de transporte y movilidad energía y envejecimiento en los que la industria cercana tiene una fuerte representación lo que aumenta las opciones del proyecto de contribuir a la competitividad de nuestro entorno IK4 Ikerlan

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  • Génesis Red
    potencia Fiabilidad estructural y mecatrónica Microsistemas para entornos industriales Sistemas inteligentes de mantenimiento Almacenamiento eléctrico y gestión térmica Otros proyectos ANGELAB CELLMICROCART LABONFOIL Más proyectos de esta linea Génesis Red Compartir PT Española sobre Nanoelectrónica e Integración de Sistemas Inteligentes Participantes GAIA CIdetek IK4 CNM CSIC La Red IBERNAM IK4 IKERLAN Duración MINECO N Exp RET 420000 2010 2 PROGRAMA Administración estatal Programa Redes Tecnológicas IK4 IKERLAN apoya la Plataforma Tecnológica Española Génesis Red que funciona como espejo Mirror Platform para las plataformas europeas ENIAC dedicada a la nanoelectrónica y EPoSS dedicada a la integración de sistemas inteligentes SSI Uno de los objetivos principales de la plataforma es promover la creación de consorcios potentes entre miembros provenientes de GÉNESIS con el objetivo de presentar proyectos exitosos ante el VIIPM y en las convocatorias de la JTI ENIAC Junto con la Asociación GAIA Cidetec IK4 CNM CSIC y la Red IBERNAM llevamos la secretaría de esta plataforma Para eso recibimos una ayuda del MICINN a través del proyecto GÉNESIS CONSOLIDACIÓN Plataforma Española sobre Nanoelectrónica e Integración de Sistemas Inteligentes IK4 Ikerlan Organización y equipo Resultados Infraestructuras y equipamiento Desarrollo profesional IK4 Research Alliance Mondragón Corporación I D para empresas Desarrollo de

    Original URL path: http://www.ikerlan.es/es/que-investigamos/proyectos/genesis-red (2016-02-15)
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  • DRain: An Engine for Quality-of-Result Driven Process-Based Data Analytics
    September 7 11 2014 Proceedings pp 349 356 Aitor Murguzur Johannes M Schleicher Hong Linh Truong Salvador Trujillo Schahram Dustdar The analysis of massive amounts of diverse data provided by large cities combined with the requirements from multiple domain experts and users is becoming a challenging trend Although current process based solutions rise in data awareness there is less coverage of approaches dealing with the Quality of Result QoR to assist data analytics in distributed data intensive environments In this paper we present the fundamental building blocks of a framework for enabling process selection and configuration through user defined QoR at runtime These building blocks form the basis to support modeling execution and configuration of data aware process variants in order to perform analytics They can be integrated with different underlying APIs promoting abstraction QoR driven data interaction and configuration Finally we carry out a preliminary evaluation on the URBEM scenario concluding that our framework spends little time on QoR driven selection and configuration of data aware processes IK4 Ikerlan Organización y equipo Resultados Infraestructuras y equipamiento Desarrollo profesional IK4 Research Alliance Mondragón Corporación I D para empresas Desarrollo de productos y servicios Eficiencia energética y almacenamiento de energía Eficiencia

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  • On the support of multi-perspective process models variability for smart environments
    the support of multi perspective process models variability for smart environments In International Conference on Model Driven Engineering and Software Development 2014 Murguzur A De Carlos X Trujillo S Sagardui G Cloud service based applications are to be adapted to serve multiple platforms and stakeholders Atop of such services Smart Green Buildings are fostering a plethora of processes within their sustainability life cycle This introduces a number of challenges as how to support multiple perspectives of domain specific variability and how to deal with large collections of related process variants To tackle this there is a need to handle multiperspective variability for processes This paper introduces an approach to manage multi perspective process variability by means of a meta model and a modeling methodology representing separately people and things variability perspectives in smart environments Initial experimental results are also described which indicate encouraging results for managing highly complex variability models IK4 Ikerlan Organización y equipo Resultados Infraestructuras y equipamiento Desarrollo profesional IK4 Research Alliance Mondragón Corporación I D para empresas Desarrollo de productos y servicios Eficiencia energética y almacenamiento de energía Eficiencia operativa y fabricación avanzada IK4 IKERLAN Inspira En qué investigamos Sistemas embebidos Sistemas eléctricos y electrónicos de potencia

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  • Process variability through automated late selection of fragments
    LNBIP 2013 Pages 371 385 25th Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering CAiSE 2013 Valencia Spain 17 June 2013 through 21 June 2013 Code 97744 2013 2013 Murguzur A Sagardui G Intxausti K Trujillo S Process aware information systems must encompass business process flexibility support due to business needs and factors coming from assorted sources changing market conditions customer needs and regulations However flexibility may not be always achieved by pre specified processes whereby when context information is only available at runtime decision making should be deferred to execution time The late selection pattern defers the selection of placeholder activities implementations binding applicable process fragments at runtime This paper presents the foundations of a novel approach for an end to end variability management of process models through late selection of fragments by means of i managing process fragments separately from the base model ii resolving variation points automatically considering constraints and context data at runtime and iii enabling process fragment recommendations based on experience logs IK4 Ikerlan Organización y equipo Resultados Infraestructuras y equipamiento Desarrollo profesional IK4 Research Alliance Mondragón Corporación I D para empresas Desarrollo de productos y servicios Eficiencia energética y almacenamiento de energía Eficiencia operativa y fabricación

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  • Multi-perspective Process Variability: A Case for Smart Green Buildings
    Computing Applications 2013 Murguzur A Troung H L Dustdar S The variability scale in large scale Cyber Physical Systems CPSs is high and complex due to the voluminousness dynamicity and diversity of available computing resources people things and software services domain specific processes domain specific elements stakeholders assets and contracts and their relationships This requires us to go beyond current variability modeling and management techniques which neglect the complexity and the diversity of relevant stakeholders data and assets and thus cannot cope with intelligent business and analytics requirements in dynamic environments such as smart city management In this paper we present a comprehensive analysis for understanding the multi perspective variability in processes atop people data and things in CPSs particularly for the sustainability governance of Smart Green Buildings SGBs We examine domain specific processes and domainspecific elements and their relationships to derive a ultipleperspective variability management for SGBs On the basis of this we conceptualize a novel model for the multi perspective process variability representation IK4 Ikerlan Organización y equipo Resultados Infraestructuras y equipamiento Desarrollo profesional IK4 Research Alliance Mondragón Corporación I D para empresas Desarrollo de productos y servicios Eficiencia energética y almacenamiento de energía Eficiencia operativa y fabricación

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  • A decision support system for modelling and implementing the supply network configuration and operations scheduling problem in the machine tool indust
    2013 DOI 10 1080 09537287 2013 798087 Maheut J Besga J M Uribetxeberria J García Sabater J P This paper presents a decision support system to simultaneously solve the supply network configuration problem and the operations scheduling problem for the machine tool industry A novel database structure which is able to consider alternative operations and alternative bills of material has been used An algorithm for complete enumeration to determine all the feasible solutions using stroke graphs is introduced A multiagent based simulator evaluates the different key performance indicators that the supply network deals with for each alternative solution e g workload profits delivery times etc to determine that satisficed by the collaborative decision making among its members A case study based on a Spanish company that assembles highly customised machines and tools in several European plants is considered From the experiments results based on data linked to this industry it will be demonstrated that the tool is potentially useful for stakeholders and for the central decision maker to make decisions collaboratively in a multisite context case IK4 Ikerlan Organización y equipo Resultados Infraestructuras y equipamiento Desarrollo profesional IK4 Research Alliance Mondragón Corporación I D para empresas Desarrollo de productos y

    Original URL path: http://www.ikerlan.es/es/actualidad/papers-tesis/a-decision-support-system-for-modelling-and-implementing-the-supply-network-configuration-and-operations-scheduling-problem-in-the-machine-tool-indust (2016-02-15)
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  • “Supply Network Configuration” Intelligent Non-hierarchical Manufacturing Networks
    hierarchical Manufacturing Networks In Intelligent Non hierarchical Manufacturing Networks Edited by R Poler L M Carneiro T Jasinski M Zolghadri and P Pedrazzoli Network and Telecommunications Series 73 102 London ISTE Ltd and Hoboken New Jersey John Wiley Sons Inc ISBN 978 1 84821 481 1 2012 Castellano E Besga J M Uribetxeberria J Saiz E A key issue faced by organizations today is the challenge to deliver the products matching the needs of individual customers in different geographical markets at any time and preferably individually customized as cheaply and as quickly as possible The mass customization strategy has been suggested as a way to address the challenge of providing individual products with mass production efficiency From a networked production perspective REMPLANET has developed a computational simulation Decision Support Systems DSS that is presented in this chapter This tool allows designing and configuring supply networks to provide customised products for different what if scenarios IK4 Ikerlan Organización y equipo Resultados Infraestructuras y equipamiento Desarrollo profesional IK4 Research Alliance Mondragón Corporación I D para empresas Desarrollo de productos y servicios Eficiencia energética y almacenamiento de energía Eficiencia operativa y fabricación avanzada IK4 IKERLAN Inspira En qué investigamos Sistemas embebidos Sistemas eléctricos

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