The public deliverables are accessible by joining Special Interest Group or by an explicit request through the contact us section.

WP1. Management

  • D1.1. Deliverable quality assurance guideline (December 2016). Private deliverable. This document outlines practices enforced in the project to carry out the research as planned and to reach the best results. This document focuses on deliverable quality assurance.
  • D1.2. Progress report (September 2017). Private deliverable. This document gives an overview about the activities performed and the main results obtained during the first year of the COOCP project. The first phase of the project has been focused on the system requirements specification and the use cases definition.

WP2. Requirements

  • D2.1 Use case definition document (January 2017). Private deliverable. This document includes the relevant characteristics of the COCOP pilot case processes and provides the basic information to be followed for the development of the next stages of the project.
  • D2.2. Impact evaluation criteria (March 2017). Public deliverableThis document includes a description of the relevant impact evaluation criteria defined to measure the success of the COCOP implementations at the pilot sites of Boliden (copper production) and Sidenor (steel production).
  • D2.3. System Requirements Specifications (September 2017). Public deliverableThis report presents a snapshot of the actual set of use cases of the two pilot cases of the project and requirements for the system. This information will be updated during the execution of the project in order to accompany the different developments achieved and reflect the new discoveries found during the work.
  • D2.4. Characteristics of Operator Work and User Acceptance in the Process Industry (September 2017). Private deliverable. This deliverable sets the ground for the technological development from a (potential) user perspective. It presents the information about the relevant characteristics of operator work and user acceptance of the currently used optimisation systems, obtained through questionnaires and interviews. Based on these experiences, respondents stated their expectations and requirements with regard to the future COCOP system. 

WP3. Architecture 

  • D3.1. Software architecture description for the runtime system (March 2018). Public deliverable. This report presents the general COCOP system architecture, focused on laying out the fundamental architecture directions both for the internal composition as well as external integrations.
  • D3.4. Knowledge processing module (March 2018). Private deliverable. This deliverable is devoted to the implementation of a knowledge management software system, which allows to share and in particular easy to find information of interest. An ontology-based approach is used for structuring of information.
  • D3.5. Interface and protocol definitions (March 2018). Public deliverable. This document covers two core aspects in order to enable systems integration: communication protocols and message formats. Existing legacy systems may provide data access interfaces in various formats, so additional interfaces are specified to enable common formats for interoperability. Interface wrappers or adapters are used for legacy system integration.

WP4. Modelling 

  • D4.1 Model specification document (May 2017). Private deliverable. This document includes a description of the modelling activities to be performed during the COCOP project, defining the scope of the models to be developed as well as the model requirements to ensure future integration within the COCOP solution.
  • D4.2. Near-online sustainability indicators (September 2017). Public deliverableThis deliverable reports the principles of LCA (Life Cycle Assesment) and the data needed for the environmental sustainability indicators that enables near-online LCA for the steel and copper pilot cases. The LCA indicators take into account the value chain from raw material extraction to the end of the production process.
  • D4.3. Case process simulation models (March 2018). Private deliverable. This deliverable outlines the progress made in modelling the sub-processes of the two pilot cases (copper and steel). In the copper pilot seven sub-models are being constructed whereas in the steel pilot five are under way.
  • D4.4. Modelling guideline document and demonstration development kit (March 2018). Public deliverable. This document helps a stakeholder of an industrial plant to assess, whether the COCOP methodology fits in a targeted process, and guides in the system development, commissioning and maintenance. The guideline addresses the question "What needs to be done when the COCOP concept is applied to a given plant?" from several different angles. A quick video summary of the deliverable is also available in the Documents section.

WP5. Optimization and implementation

WP6. Co-creation, verification & validation

WP7. Communication, Dissemination and exploitation

  • D7.1 Project website (December 2016). Public deliverable.
  • D7.2. Master Dissemination and Communication Plan (March 2017). Public deliverable. This deliverable includes the formulation of the COCOP dissemination strategy and the action plan focused on the first half of the project (month 1-21).
  • D7.3. Master Dissemination and Communication Plan – Update (June 2018). Public deliverable. This document presents the second release of the “Master Dissemination and Communication Plan”, including the formulation of the COCOP dissemination strategy, an overview of the dissemination activities carried out during the first half of the project (month 1-21) and the action plan for the second half (month 22-42).
  • D7.4. Draft business and exploitation plan (June 2018). Private deliverable. This deliverable presents a preliminary draft of the COCOP business and exploitation plan, which will be further refined during the project. Currently eleven key results have been identified and the Österwalder's canvas methodology has been used for studying potential business models and business environment for the COCOP steel and copper control tools. Österwalder's canvas covers nine key areas of any business: key partners, activities and resources, costs, value proposition, customer relationships and customers, (sales) channels and revenue.