Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

European Initiatives

Collaborations in European Programs, Except FP7 & H2020

  • Program: ITEA2

  • Project acronym: Modrio

  • Project title: Model Driven Physical Systems Operation

  • Duration: September 2012 – May 2016

  • Coordinator: EDF (France)

  • Other partners: ABB (Sweden), Ampère Laboratory / CNRS (France), Bielefeld University (Germany), Dassault Systèmes (Sweden), Dassault Aviation (France), DLR (Germany), DPS (France), EADS (France), Equa Simulation (Sweden), IFP (France), ITI (Germany), Ilmenau University (Germany), Katholic University of Leuven (Belgium), Knorr-Bremse (Germany), LMS (France and Belgium), Linköping University (Sweden), MathCore (Sweden), Modelon (Sweden), Pöry (Finland), Qtronic (Germany), SICS (Sweden), Scania (Sweden), Semantum (Finland), Sherpa Engineering (France), Siemens (Germany and Sweden), Simpack (Germany), SKF (Sweden), Supmeca (France), Triphase (Belgium), University of Calabria (Italy), VTT (Finland), Vattenfall (Sweden), Wapice (Finland).

  • Abstract: Modelling and simulation are efficient and widely used tools for system design. But they are seldom used for systems operation. However, most functionalities for system design are beneficial for system operation, provided that they are enhanced to deal with real operating situations. Through open standards the benefits of sharing compatible information and data become obvious: improved cooperation between the design and the operation communities, easier adaptation of operation procedures wrt. design evolutions. Open standards also foster general purpose technology. The objective of the ITEA 2 MODRIO project is to extend modelling and simulation tools based on open standards from system design to system operation.