Pilots network

The platform and the related service applications will be adopted and validated within the DigiPrime cross-sectorial pilots.


DigiPrime platform unlock a sustainable business case targeting the remanufacturing and re-use of second life Li-Ion battery cells with a cross-sectorial approach linking the e-mobility sector and the renewable energy sector, focusing on solar and wind energy applications.


The objective of this pilot is to demonstrate the fundamental role of the DigiPrime platform to support the creation of a robust circular economy for textile-made components through a cross-sectorial approach between automotive and other textile sectors.

Mechatronics & Electronics

Nowadays remanufacturers in the automotive and commercial vehicle industry are facing a lack of planning reliability. This pilot enables a platform for repair manufacturers for reusing obsolete electronic components resulting in an increased overall regeneration rate and reduced landfill.

Composites and Techno-Polymers

The composites and techno-polymers pilot will demonstrate that the DigiPrime platform can unlock a sustainable business case targeting the recovery and reuse of composites and both thermoplastic and thermoset polymers with a cross-sectorial approach linking the automotive, the construction, the renewable energy, and the design sectors.

Cross-Regional Value-chain

The specific service of the DigiPrime Pilot 5 “Cross-regional value chains’ identification” has the scope to identify cross-sectorial and cross-regional circular economy value-chains, based on the methodology developed within the SCREEN project.

Circular Innovation Hubs Integration

“Circular Innovation Hubs” are designed as connected pilot facilities to serve companies in multiple sectors and across existing value chains.
To test viability, to increase visibility and to de-risk downstream private investments in new circular industrial cases.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Framework Programme, DT-ICT-07-2018-2019 “Digital Manufacturing Platforms for Connected Smart Factories” topic, under Grant Agreement ID 873111