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Digital Platform for Circular Economy in Cross-sectorial Sustainable Value Networks – DigiPrime

REFERENCE:  contract 873111
PI: Laura Talens
FUNDING SCHEME: H2020-DT-ICT-07-2018-2019
PARTNERS: Politecnico di Milano, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Magyar Tudomanyos akademia szamitastechnikai es automatizalasi kutatointezet, national technical university of Athens, lulea tekniska universitet, fundacion tecnalia research and innovation, centro tessile cotoniero e abbligliamento spa, holonix srl, siemens gamesa renewable energy innovation and technology sl, circular economy solutions gmbh, flexi sag, audi aktiengesellschaft, knorr-Bremse Systeme für Nutzfahrzeuge gmbh, bosch Rexroth ag, rivierasca spa, cobat servizi, simplan ag, continental mechanical components Germany gmbh, enginsoft turkey muhendislik yazilim toc ltd sti, e repair srl, velthia ivzw, tts technology transfer systems srl, saubermacher dienstleistungs ag, indra sas, idea strategische economische consulting, plastipolis, inotex spol sro, ingenieria y aplicaciones solares 2005, envirobat espana sl, innova srl, designaustria, atlantins engineering ae, balance technology consulting gmbh, research and education laboratory in information technologies, extra red srl
WEBSITE: not available yet
DURATION: January 2020 – December 2023
Budget: 19,257,130 €
Budget UAB: 260,712.5 €

The objective is to develop a digital platform of Circular Economy to provide a secure access to the information of materials, components and products. DigiPrime will help unlock new circular business models based on the recovery and reuse of high value-added used products with an intersectoral approach.

ICTA-UAB will work on two pilot demonstrations (WP6): batteries and mechatronics and electronics. For batteries, the focus will be on the remanufacturing and reuse of second life batteries with a cross-sectorial approach linking the e-mobility sector and the renewable energy sector (Solar and Wind energy application). In the mechatronic and electronics case study, ICTA-UAB will work on the remanufacturing and re-use of complex mechatronics for aftermarket applications linking the e-mobility and smart machining systems sectors as breaking systems, e-drives and printed circuit boards (PCBs).