PRIME

Milestones

PRIME STARTED

November 2012

MS1-M3-LB1 (WP1, WP7)

January 2013

Project Kick-Off, implementation and industrial challenges definition

CA signed. Project structure implemented (roles & responsibilities agreed) and PET agrees activities appropriately planned. Industrial partners agree baseline for definition of industrial challenges.

MS2-M6-LB2 (WP1, WP2)

April 2013

Definition of industrial requirements & technical requirements specification for PRIME architecture

Detailed description of test cases produced by industrial end users presented to Consortium. Common aspects & different challenges among test cases to be highlighted and approved by WPLs & PET.

MS3-M9-LB6 (WP1, WP6)

July 2013

Industrial test case and Advisory Group definition

A technical specification is produced as part of D2.1 and agreed with the PRIME developers. The Project Executive Team approves the specification of the architecture requirements.

MS4-M15-LB8 (WP2)

January 2014

PRIME Language Specification & Multi-agent Model

A technical specification is produced as part of D2.1 and agreed with the PRIME developers. The Project Executive Team approves the specification of the architecture requirements.

M5-M18-LB1 (WP2, WP3, WP4, WP5)

April 2014

SA core, configuration methodology, behaviour model, PRIME architecture & Demo 1 installed

A common device self-description language for all modules within the PRIME framework is agreed. First prototypes are produced and validated by industrial representatives.

MS6-M24-LB3 (WP3, WP4, WP5)

October 2014

Self-adaptation core, agent generation system and runtime environment developed. Demo 2 installed

Control system environment demonstrated with HMI interfaces. Plug & produce run time environment validated by industrialists. Self-adaptive core generates optimised schedules in dynamic environment.

MS7-M30-LB9 (WP3, WP4, WP5)

April 2015

Prototype configuration and simulation tools. Demo 3 installed

System configuration & simulation tool meets needs of architecture. Self-adaptive software routine suggested corrective actions meet needs of changing capability levels.

MS8-M33-LB1 (WP2, WP4, WP5)

July 2015

Final PRIME architecture specification, self-awareness & self-adaptation software & finalised demos

Multi-agent data model follows PRIME architecture specification, bridging execution of skills defined in Semantic model with controller logic to ensure consistency at both controller & agent level.

M9-M36-LB7 (WP1, WP6)

October 2015

Industrial validation of PRIME concepts and commercialisation strategy report

The Industrial Advisory Group is set up with clear SME focus. The Project Executive Team approves the Terms of Reference for the group and confirms no ‘conflict of interest’.

PRIME FINISHES

October 2015

Reviews

RV1-M18

1 April 2014 - 2 April 2014

Mid Term Review: Assessment against MS1-5

RV2-M36

1 October 2015 - 2 October 2015

Final Project Review: Assessment against MS6-9

WP1-LB2

Industrial Requirements and Validation