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D3.2 Report on best design practices
Overview of the state-of-the-art in current closed-loop design, identifying key methodological gaps and critical success factors for the development of the ResCoM methodology.
D4.1 Report on factors defining mutual relationships and their criticality
Identification of the critical factors for modelling closed-loop product systems specific to the four case studies of ResCoM.
D5.1 Initial standard data model
A documented domain information model based on the IS0 10303-239 and OASIS PLCS ed. 2 standards supporting the envisioned ResCoM processes and information.
Public deliverables to be completed in 2016
D7.5 ResCoM serious game
A 'serious game' using a fictitious company to illustrate the impact of design for multiple lifecycles on product life extension characteristics.
Public deliverables to be completed in 2017
D3.4 Report on generic ResCoM design methodology
A report elaborating on a generic ResCoM step-wise design methodology for multiple life-cycle products.
D5.2 Final standard data model
A documented and ResCoM verified domain information model based on the IS0 10303-239 and OASIS PLCS ed. 2 standards supporting the envisioned ResCoM processes and information.
D2.4 Guidelines for the generic implementation of the ResCoM framework
A report compiling guidelines for a generic methodology to develop closed loop product systems in the ResCoM perspective.
D6.6 Generic guidelines for scaling up the ResCoM framework and platform
An outline of generic guidelines for scaling up the implementation of the ResCoM framework and platform.
D7.7 Standardisation report
A document defining the usage of existing international information standards in the ResCoM project as well as highlighting where the standards should be improved to take the ResCoM's closed-loop systems into account.
D7.8 Policy brief
A policy brief derived from the insights gathered in the project, including suggestions on how the dependencies on natural resources can be cut down in manufacturing.