Open integrated business decision framework

The project objective is to develop an open integrated framework that connects materials models at various levels of complexity, experimental data sets and commercial information (e.g. ingredients and processing costs), so that decision makers can rely on a wider variety of key performance indicators. These are combined with multi-criteria optimisation algorithms to identify the optimal trade off when making a business decision, considering appropriate formulation and business constraints.


Transform the existing BDSS

Bring Modelling into the heart of business

Build a coherent BDSS open integrated platform based on an OSP

Adapt and integrate: dataspaces of structured and unstructured data cognetive computing, machine learnning

Efficient Human User Interfaces with cognetive technologies and GUI

Materials modelling and BDSS Workflows

Standarised Pre and Post-procesing tools for KPIs and MCO toolboxes

Validate the BDSS and demonstrate the efficiency on 3 specific applications

Develop tailored Apps for three specific cases of high impact to EU industry

The FORCE project is funded by Horizon 2020 under NMBP-23-2016 call with Grant agreement number: 721027.

The call topic is: Advancing the integration of Materials Modelling in Business Processes to enhance effective industrial decision making and increase competitiveness.