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  • The AmI-MoSES Project is co-funded by the European Commission under the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) theme

    of the 7th Framework Programme (2007-2013)

    Study of

    AmI Requirements AmI-MoSES Project

    Ambient-Intelligent Interactive Monitoring System

    for Energy Use Optimisation in Manufacturing SMEs

    FP7-ICT-224250

    Public Project Report

    Project Facts: Duration: 36 Months (September 2008 August 2011)

    Programme: FP7 ICT

    Website: http://www.ami-moses.eu

  • AmI-MoSES Copyright

    AmI-MoSES Study of AmI Requirements Page II

    All rights reserved.

    No part of this project report may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in

    any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, scanning, or otherwise with-

    out prior written permission of the publisher. Except for quotation of short passages for the pur-

    pose of criticism and review.

    Trademarked names may appear in this report. Rather than use a trademark symbol with every

    occurrence of a trademarked name, we use the names only in an editorial fashion and to the

    benefit of the trademark owner, with no intention of infringement of the trademark.

    The AmI-MoSES project has no influence on the websites mentioned in this report and is not

    aware of any illegal content on the pages referenced. Moreover, AmI-MoSES dissociates itself

    explicitly from all mentioned websites. This statement is valid for all links within this report.

    This publication was completed with the support of the European Commission under the 7th

    Framework Programme. The contents of this publication do not necessarily reflect the Commis-

    sion's own position.

  • AmI-MoSES Authors and AmI-MoSES Project Partners

    AmI-MoSES Study of AmI Requirements Page III

    Authors and AmI-MoSES Project Partners

    ATB Institut fr angewandte Systemtechnik Bremen GmbH http://www.atb-bremen.de

    Bremen Germany

    TECNALIA http://www.tecnalia.com

    Derio Spain

    RIFOX Hans Richter GmbH Spezialarmaturen http://www.rifox.de

    Bremen Germany

    Vicinay Cadenas Sociedad Anonima http://www.vicinaycadenas.com

    Bilbao Spain

    MB Air Systems Limited http://www.mbairsystems.co.uk

    Wishaw United Kingdom

    Reimesch Kommunikationssys-teme GmbH http://www.reimesch.de

    Bergisch-Gladbach Germany

    Disseny I Subministres Tecnics, S.A. http://www.distec.org

    Girona Spain

    Solvera Lynx d.d. http://www.solvera-lynx.com

    Ljubljana Slovenia

    Valtion Teknillinen Tutki-muskeskus http://www.vtt.fi

    Espoo Finland

    http://www.atb-bremen.de/http://www.tecnalia.com/http://www.rifox.de/http://www.vicinaycadenas.com/http://www.mbairsystems.co.uk/http://www.reimesch.de/http://www.distec.org/http://www.solvera-lynx.com/http://www.vtt.fi/

  • AmI-MoSES Summary

    AmI-MoSES Study of AmI Requirements Page V

    Summary

    This document presents a short study of the Ambient Intelligence (AmI) in manufacturing, spe-

    cifically in the Energy Efficiency Optimisation in manufacturing. General concepts of the AmI

    are presented seen as components of the AmI systems, followed by presentation of the vision of

    AmI potentialities in manufacturing industry. The Reference Model for AmI in manufacturing is

    presented and belonging AmI features, mirrored to the specific application for the energy effi-

    ciency optimisation are listed.

    Analysis of the main RTD trends and a short overview of the market trends, including overview

    of the projects dealing with topics related to AmI, and seen at the same time as key requirements

    on the enabling technologies is also presented.

    This short study should be seen as an attempt to visionary identify the future directions of the

    AmI developments, focussing to an important domain of the human activity manufacturing

    industry and energy efficiency optimisation in it. Taking into account the state-of-the-art in this

    area and comparing it with results from the just completed project AmI-MoSES an optimistic

    conclusion was made that AmI offers new untapped source of possibilities to further improve the

    elaborated area.

  • AmI-MoSES Table of Contents

    AmI-MoSES Study of AmI Requirements Page VII

    Table of Contents

    Summary ........................................................................................................................................ 5

    1 Introduction ........................................................................................................................ 11

    2 AmI Basics .......................................................................................................................... 12

    2.1 Ambient Intelligence General / Basic Concepts ...................................................... 12

    3 AmI in Manufacturing ....................................................................................................... 14

    3.1 AmI in Manufacturing Industry Definition ............................................................. 14

    3.2 AmI-Reference Model for Manufacturing Industry ................................................... 15

    3.3 Reference Model: AmI-System Activity Support Areas ............................................ 15

    4 AmI Application for Energy Efficiency Optimisation .................................................... 17

    4.1 Energy Using Parameters ........................................................................................... 17

    4.2 Energy Efficiency Services ......................................................................................... 18

    5 AmI Features for Energy Efficiency ................................................................................ 20

    6 Projects ................................................................................................................................ 23

    7 RTD and market trends AmI Requirements ................................................................ 26

    7.1 Research trends ........................................................................................................... 26

    7.1.1 Agent based computing .............................................................................................. 26

    7.1.2 Distributed network architecture ................................................................................ 27

    7.1.3 Intelligent interfaces ................................................................................................... 29

    7.1.4 Autonomous devices Radio Frequency Identification Tags .................................... 31

    7.1.5 Security Aspects ......................................................................................................... 33

    7.1.6 Interoperability and Standardisation Key to Successful Implementation of AmI ............................................................................................................................. 34

    7.2 Market Trends ............................................................................................................. 35

    8 Conclusions ......................................................................................................................... 36

    9 References ........................................................................................................................... 37

  • AmI-MoSES Abbreviations

    AmI-MoSES Study of AmI Requirements Page IX

    Abbreviations

    AmI Ambient Intelligence

    CBR Case Based Reasoning

    EE Extended Enterprise

    e.g. exempli gratia (Eng. for exam-ple)

    EU European Union

    EUP Energy Use Parameter

    GPRS General Packet Radio Service

    GPS Global Positioning System

    GUI Graphical User Interface

    HO Human Operator

    ICT Information and Communication Technology

    i.e. id est (Eng. that is)

    IEEE Institute of Electrical and Elec-tronic Engineers

    IPR Intellectual Property Rights

    MS Manufacturing System

    RBR Rule Based Reasoning

    RFID Radio Frequency Identification

    RTD Research and Technology De-velopment

    SME Small and Medium Enterprise

    SOA Service-Oriented Architecture

    SW Software

    UMTS Universal Mobile Telecommuni-cations System

    WLAN Wireless LAN

    w.r.t. with respect to

  • AmI-MoSES 1 Introduction

    AmI-MoSES Study of AmI Requirements Page 11

    1 Introduction

    Although many references are made to the Information Society and Technology Advisory

    Groups (ISTAG) papers ISTAG Scenarios for Ambient Intelligence 2010 (2001) and Ambi-

    ent Intelligence: from Vision to Reality (2005) as a pioneering works in the Ambient Intelli-

    gence area, the real term roots are to attribute to Philips and Palo Alto Ventures which coined

    1998 the term ambient intelligence (AmI) in order to illustrate a vision of the future where

    technologies seamlessly interact and adapt to human needs while being non-obtrusive. From then

    on they have further developed the concept, or vision, and designed products such as the Philips

    Healthcare Ambient Experience [1.] that fit into their conception of AmI.

    Among different elaborations of the AmI potentialities a limited number and to a limited extent

    dealt with AmI Applications in industry. This short study is dedicated to elaboration of the topics

    from such an application from the point of view of a specific area of En