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European Factory Platform (EFPF) Hands on Event
March 11, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
This online event is targeted at researchers, students, SMEs and startups that are interested in validating concepts, experimental applications or in performing experiments in the domain of manufacturing. This event is part of the “European Connected Factory Platform, EFPF” Catalyzer Programme (https://www.efpf.org/), and the attendants will have the opportunity to enrol on the EFPF challenge domain of the EU-IoT Hackathon (https://eu-iot-hackathon.devpost.com/) which takes place in June 2022 (hybrid, with a pole in Munich and a pole in Brazil). The Hackathon considers different types of projects: technical, skills (training) and also business projects.
The list of challenges are:
• Challenge 1: Semantic matchmaking for the support of environmental monitoring of the shop-floor. You will be using the open-source EFPF TSMatch gateway (https://docs.efpf.linksmart.eu/projects/factory-connectivity-smart-factory-tools/ds-tsmatch-gateway/) to improve the existing apps, or to improve the interconnection between TSMatch and the EFPF Data spine.
• Challenge 2: Evaluate the EFPF SDK in developing digital smart manufacturing applications. You will be using the EFPF SDK studio to create applications. https://docs.efpf.linksmart.eu/projects/sdk-studio/
• Challenge 3: Evaluate the usability of the Data Spine for the creation of composite applications. You will be testing the EFPF Data Spine (https://docs.efpf.linksmart.eu/projects/data-spine/ds-user-guide/) and its usability, proposing specific improvements.
• Challenge 4: Analyze industrial data coming from EFPF partners and provide insights based on the EFPF analytics tools. You will be working with open-source Machine Learning Libraries and propose applications for the visualization and analysis of industrial data.
After this event, you can register your project on the EU-IoT Hackathon (https://eu-iot-hackathon.devpost.com/) and also contact the different challenge coordinators to assist you in better understanding the tools. The Hackathon takes place in hybrid form (Munich, Germany; Brazil; and online).
The participants will present their results on June 29th 2022 , EU-IoT Hackathon, and the four best EFPF Challenge domain projects will be selected and will receive different prizes supported by EFPF.
The best teams of the EFPF challenge domain will also be selected to run to the overall additional EU-IoT Hackathon Awards.
EFPF Awards: 600€ smart phone (1st prize). 300€ smart home kit (2nd prize). 200€ IoT starter kit (3rd prize). 100€ IoT starter kit (4th prize).
Additional EU-IoT Hackathon Awards: IoT Week tickets, incubation in Munich, IoT kits, and much more!
12:00-12:05 Welcome and EFPF overview, Usman Wajid, Information Catalyst
12:05-12:20 EFPF Catalyzer Events Programme, Rute Sofia, fortiss
12:20-13:30 Challenges Presentation
- Challenge 1: Semantic Matchmaking TSMatch gateway: environmental monitoring of the shop-floor, Rute C. Sofia, fortiss.
- Challenge 2: evaluate the EFPF SDK in developing digital smart manufacturing applications, Carlos Coutinho, Caixa Mágica Software.
- Challenge 3: Evaluate the usability of the Data Spine for the creation of composite applications. – Alexander Schneider, Fraunhofer FIT
- Challenge 4: Analyze industrial data coming from EFPF partners and provide insights based on the EFPF analytics tools.- Alexandros Nizamis, CERTH/ITI
This session is dedicated to the presentation of challenges, and tools that can be used to address each challenge. During the hands-on, the already existing community and formed teams will have the possibility to understand better the tools to be used, and to start developing the projects that will be further developed during the final event (EFPF hands-on event co-located with the EU-IoT Hackathon). The period between March and June 2022 will be used to support the teams remotely.
13:30-13:40 Next Steps: how to participate , Hackathon registration, rules and project types, Rute C. Sofia, Mitula Donga, fortiss
This session shall present the EFPF challenge domain on the EU-IoT Hackathon; explain the types of projects and go over the tooling and rules.
13:40-14:00 Questions and interaction with the community, Rute C. Sofia, fortiss