Project full title: Conceptual Design of a Food Manufacturing Research Infrastructure to boost up innovation in Food Industry




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KBBE-2011-5-289327 (FoodManufuture)




Conceptual Design of a Food Manufacturing Research Infrastructure to boost up innovation in Food Industry


Project no.: KBBE-2011-5-289327 (FoodManufuture)


Project full title: Conceptual Design of a Food Manufacturing Research Infrastructure to boost up innovation in Food Industry


Project Acronym: FoodManufuture


Deliverable no.: D3.6


Title of the deliverable: Integrated summary of long and short-term future needs for research infrastructure



Contractual Date of Delivery to the CEC: 31 July 2012

Actual Date of Delivery to the CEC: xx August 2012

Organisation name of lead contractor for this deliverable: Campden BRI Magyarország Nonprofit

Kft.

Author(s): András Sebők, Attila Berczeli, Anita Jasper

Participants(s): partners from WG3A, WG3B, WG3C and WG3D: Evelina Tibäck, Lilia Ahrné, Kerstin Lienemann, Shima Shayanfar, Manoj Kumar Dora, Hans De Steur, Adrienn Molnár, Ole Madsen, Henrik Lauridsen Mads Hvilshoj, Giacomo Copani, Roberto Balducchi, Fabio Vitali, Diego Santi, Antonella Del Fiore, Lorenza Daroda, Piero DeSabbata, Giorgio Matranga, Paolo Masoni, Alessandra Zamagni, Vittoria Fatta, Tessa Tencate

Work package contributing to the deliverable: WP3

Nature: P

Version: 1.0

Total number of pages:

Start date of project: 1st January 2012 Duration: 24 months




Project co-funded by the European Commission within the Seventh Framework Programme (2007-2013)

Dissemination Level

PU

Public

X

PP

Restricted to other programme participants (including the Commission Services)




RE

Restricted to a group specified by the consortium (including the Commission Services)




CO

Confidential, only for members of the consortium (including the Commission Services)






Keyword list: identified needs and solutions, food processing and manufacturing sector, long and short term future needs, necessary research infrastructure


Table of content


1Executive Summary 4

2Introduction 5

2.1General objectives 5

3Description of the method 7

3.1Definition and interpretation of Research Infrastructure 7

3.1.1General interpretation 7

3.1.2E-infrastructure (e-IRG, 2010) 13

3.2Method of implementation 18

4Results and Analysis 23

4.1Research needs of the Food Sector and the Relevant Manufacturing Solutions 23

1.1Evaluation of the long and short term needs of the food sector and potential manufacturing solutions and define necessary research infrastructure 33

4.1.1Evaluation by the WG Science & Technology for Food & Manufacturing 33

4.1.2Evaluation by the WG Industry, Knowledge Transfer and Education 37

4.1.3Evaluation by the WG Management Systems and Business Models 44

1.1.1Evaluation by the WG Economic, Social and Environmental Sustainability 59

1.2Vision for the Food Factory of the Future based on the envisaged needs and solutions 62

4.2Identification of necessary research infrastructures 67

1.2.1Science & Technology for Food & Manufacturing 67

1.2.2Industry, Knowledge Transfer, and Education 74

1.2.3Economic, Social and Environmental Sustainability 83

1.2.4Management Systems and Business Models 84

4.2.1General requirements for testing of new solutions in food production environment 90

5Conclusions 94

6References 96

Annex I. 106

ANNEX II.: Template 1 for short summaries on problems related to research / innovation challenges, for which manufacturing solutions are necessary 112

Annex III.: Template 2 for short summaries on practical solutions having potential application in the food sector 115




1Executive Summary 4

2Introduction 5

2.1General objectives 5

3Description of the method 7

3.1Definition and interpretation of Research Infrastructure 7

3.1.1General interpretation 7

3.1.2E-infrastructure (e-IRG, 2010) 13

3.2Method of implementation 18

4Results and Analysis 23

4.1Research needs of the Food Sector and the Relevant Manufacturing Solutions 23

1.1Evaluation of the long and short term needs of the food sector and potential manufacturing solutions and define necessary research infrastructure 33

4.1.1Evaluation by the WG Science & Technology for Food & Manufacturing 33

4.1.2Evaluation by the WG Industry, Knowledge Transfer and Education 37

4.1.3Evaluation by the WG Management Systems and Business Models 44

1.1.1Evaluation by the WG Economic, Social and Environmental Sustainability 59

1.2Vision for the Food Factory of the Future based on the envisaged needs and solutions 62

4.2Identification of necessary research infrastructures 67

1.2.1Science & Technology for Food & Manufacturing 67

1.2.2Industry, Knowledge Transfer, and Education 74

1.2.3Economic, Social and Environmental Sustainability 83

1.2.4Management Systems and Business Models 84

4.2.1General requirements for testing of new solutions in food production environment 90

5Conclusions 94

6References 96

Annex I. 106

ANNEX II.: Template 1 for short summaries on problems related to research / innovation challenges, for which manufacturing solutions are necessary 112

Annex III.: Template 2 for short summaries on practical solutions having potential application in the food sector 115
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