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The ResCoM project is a European Commission co-funded project working to develop an innovative methodology and software platform for the industrial implementation of closed-loop manufacturing systems by 2017.

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What does ResCoM stand for?

Resource Conservative Manufacturing

What is ResCoM about?

ResCoM is a project funded by the European Commission that aims to develop an innovative methodology and online tool to help designers and manufacturers understand how the collection, remanufacturing and reuse of discarded products will lead to more profitable, resource-efficient and resilient business practices.

What will the ResCoM project deliver?

The project will develop the ResCoM software platform: a collaborative decision-support platform based on product lifecycle management and material information management software modules. The platform will help guide design decisions by illustrating the benefits of closed-loop product design in terms of economic impact, resource efficiency, COemissions and energy use. 


The platform will be supported by four industrial case studies and several other project outcomes.

What is the timeline?

The project started November 2013 and will run for four full years until the end of October 2017.

Who is involved in the ResCoM project?

ResCoM involves a consortium of 12 partners, including universities, technology providers and manufacturers. The project is led by KTH Royal Institute of Technology.

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