Intrustial contributes the Cloud Manufacturing platform that will connect, manage and coordinate all the supply chain involved in electric vehicle manufacturing, ensuring an extensive control of suppliers and processes with blockchain technology.
The partners of Future: Fast Forward, led by Volkswagen Group and SEAT S.A., have today applied to the Strategic Project for Economic Recovery and Transformation program (in Spanish, PERTE) for the Electric and Connected Vehicle (VEC), with the ambition of turning Spain into a hub for electric vehicles in Europe. With 62 national and international companies and benchmark firms from different sectors, it is the largest business grouping in the history of the automotive industry in Spain.
This country-wide project brings together companies from 10 autonomous communities (Andalusia, Aragon, Castile and Leon, Catalonia, Valencia, Extremadura, Galicia, Madrid, Navarre and the Basque Country), 61% of which are SMEs, and between them cover the entire electric vehicle value chain.
The project presented today is formed of four main pillars:
Intrustial participates on the thrid and fourth pillars, our project will cover the extremelly complex task of management and control of the supply chain.
The supply chain includes hundreds of phases, multiple geographical locations, and an endless number of bills, payments and certifications. They require the involvement of multiple natural and legal persons, what in some cases lead to delays of months.
Intrustial will evolve his Cloud Manufacturing platform to connect, manage and coordinate all the supplychain involved in the project of connected, electirical vehicle manufacturing. This way, we will undertake an experimental development to reach an extensive control of suppliers and manufacturing processes using Blockchain technology.
Altech, Asai Industrial, AZTERLAN, Balidea, BeePlanet Factory, Bizpills Group, Bosch, Brose, CARTO, CELSA Group, CETIM, CIDETEC, CENIM – CSIC, CERLER Global Electronics, CYP Core, Delta Vigo, ENSO, Envico, Feníe Energía, FORMINSA, Gestamp, Glavista, Gonvarri, Grupo Sesé, Grupo Simoldes, Iberdrola, Intrustial, IMS Technology, Ingedetec, Instituto Universitario Investigación (CIRCE) Universidad Zaragoza, ISEND, Kapture.io, Kautenik, Kivnon, Lazpiur, Leartiker, Libelium, Lithium Iberia, Malena Engineering, Mindcaps, Mol-Matric, Motorland Aragón, NTDD, NUTAI, Órbita Ingeniería, Pomceg Electronics, POWER Innotech, Power HoldCo Spain, SEAT CODE, SEAT MÓ, SEAT S.A., Silence Urban Ecomobility, SPR, Sumitomo Electric Bordnetze, Técnicas Reunidas, TECOI, Valeo, Vega Chargers, Vicomtech, Volkswagen Navarra, WIP y Zylk.
CaixaBank, Eurecat, FICOSA, Itainnova y Telefónica España.