VIR2EM - VIrtualization and Remotization for Resilient and Efficient Manufacturing

Starting date
September 10, 2020
Duration (months)
Computer Science, Department of Engineering for Innovation Medicine
Managers or local contacts
Fummi Franco

The VIR2EM project (Virtualization and Remote operations for Resilient and Efficient Manufacturing, Virtualization and Remote operations for Efficient and Resilient Manufacturing) aims to use process virtualization tools, systems and resources and remote operations in order to:
1) maximizing the efficiency of production systems under normal operating conditions
2) maintain operations in case of emergency situations
3) facilitate the restart of operations downstream of emergency situations ensuring flexibility and predictive capacity
Virtualization tools are widely used in the context of Smart Manufacturing: the construction of “digital copies” of systems, processes and resources allows to carry out forecasting and optimization studies, without having to act directly on physical systems, and, through the Digital Twin, to implement without interruption the strategies so defined in the operations.


Regione Veneto
Funds: assigned and managed by the department

Project participants

Davide Quaglia
Associate Professor
Carlo Tadiello
Spin-off staff
Research areas involved in the project
Sistemi ciberfisici
Embedded and cyber-physical systems


Research facilities