The Broad IMOCO4.E Challenge Is To Bridge The Gap Between The Latest Research Results And Best Industrial Practice In Digital Twins, AI And Advanced Mechatronic Motion Control Systems. IMOCO4.E Strive To Create Solid And Unimpeachable Knowledge For Optimizing Machines And Production Lines Over Their Whole Lifecycle. Software And Hardware Building Blocks (BBs), Edge-To-Cloud Distributed And Featuring Standardized Interfaces, Will Be Developed To Deliver A Complete IMOCO4.E Reference Framework. These Building Blocks Will Embed The Latest Thinking From The Academic Community And, Moreover, Can Be Enhanced In Future With New Research Results. The Project Will Deliver A Flexible, Scalable, Future-Proofed And Fully Functional Product Architecture To Be Exploited In Industry In High-Performance Motion Control Applications With Several Overlaps To Health, Mobility And Supply Chain Management Domains.

This Project Has Received Funding From The ECSEL Joint Undertaking (JU) Under Grant Agreement No 101007247. The JU Receives Support From The European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research And Innovation Programme And Finland, Austria, Germany, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Sweden, And Switzerland.