Click the image on the left to download the project brochure, A5 format.


Click here to download the project presentation discussed during the EU Process Industry Conference on 19th September 2017 in Brussels.

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Interview to Julia Arneri Borghese from Paradox Engineering on Smart Manufacturing, published on Éureka! magazine issue 5, year 2017 (original language). Download the article here.
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Click the image on the left to download the presentation held on 2nd March 2017 by Andrew Marshall from Spriax Sarco: A Symbiotima case study: Smart Thermal Grid Management.

img media2 Sustainability is one of the main topic addressed by the Symbioptima project and at the core of Spirax Sarco business operations. Clicking the image on the left you can download an extract from the 2015 Spirax Sarco annual report (full text available here) with a dedicated section on their participation to the project activities.
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Download the Newsletter #2, released on March 2017, from here.

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Download the Newsletter #1, released on December 2016, from here.                


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SPIRE is a contractual Public-Private Partnership (PPP) dedicated to innovation in resource and energy efficiency and enabled by the process industries. Its objective is to develop the enabling thecnologis and solutions along the value chain, required to reach long term sustainability for Europe in terms of global competitiveness, ecology and employment.

A.SPIRE is an international non-profit association formed to represent the private sector as a partner in the Sustainable Process Industry through Resource and Energy Efficiency (SPIRE) Public-Private Partnership (PPP) launched as part of the Horizon2020 framework programme.

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Daedalus has been conceived to enable the full exploitation of the CPS concept of virtualized intelligence, through the adoption of a completely distributed automation platform based on IEC-61499 standard, fostering the creation of a Digital Ecosystem that could go beyond the current limits of manufacturing control systems, the project proposes an ever-growing market of innovative solutions for the design, engineering, production and maintenance of plants’ automation.