Unlocking the Future of Manufacturing

DMaaST Mission

In an era where data is king, the DMaaST (Innovative modelling and assessment capabilities through MaaS for Manufacturing Ecosystem Resiliency) project stands at the forefront of innovation, aiming to revolutionise the manufacturing sector by enhancing resilience, sustainability, and adaptability.

As global supply chains face unprecedented challenges, DMaaST offers a groundbreaking solution that integrates cutting-edge technologies to enhance the manufacturing ecosystem’s resiliency and capability of self-adaptation in response of external events and ensure manufacturing industries can thrive. 

DMaaST is not just a project; it is a vision for the future of manufacturing. By combining innovative technologies and a commitment to sustainability, we are paving the way for a more resilient, efficient, and sustainable manufacturing industry. 



The primary objective of DMaaST is to bolster the resilience of manufacturing value networks.  

More specifically, DMaaST aims to: 

AI Circularity Automation Digital Twins Resiliency Smart Manufacturing
AI Circularity Automation Digital Twins Resiliency Smart Manufacturing


Our mission is achieved through a Smart Manufacturing Platform (SMAP) composed of 4 layers each designed to address specific challenges within the manufacturing ecosystem: 

Ensuring the Path to TRL6

DMaaST will enable a seamless and efficient transition from Technology Readiness Level (TRL) 3 to TRL6, within 4 years, using a 4-step process:


STAGE 0 [M1-M8]

Consolidate TRL3. Proof of concept consolidation, team alignment, data scrapping, specifications definition, technical planning.


STAGE 1 [M8-M24]

Reach and consolidate TRL4. Main development of the innovations pillars.


STAGE 2 [M24-M36]

Reach and consolidate TRL5. Adapt the technologies to the use-cases scenarios and validation.


STAGE 3 [M36-M48]

Reach and consolidate TRL6. Technolgies Demonstration on real scenarios.

Our Partners

DMaaST is an ambitious project integrating multiple disciplines.

The discipline combination is challenging due to the complex modelling, large amount of data and processes involved and the specialised language of the expertise areas.

The DMaaST Project is a collaborative multi-disciplinary effort involving a diverse group of experienced partners from across Europe and beyond. 

European coordination, partners cooperation, and activities interaction are principles that will ensure that researchers can focus their expertise favouring the Manufacturing Ecosystem transformation and transition towards MaaS adoption through DMaaST solutions and focusing on SMEs giving them opportunities to grow in such a dynamic environment.



DMaaST will revolutionise the manufacturing industry by enabling reliable cross-organization communication, enhancing the value chain’s responsiveness to unforeseen events and optimising production planning. I expect that our project's platform will ensure secure data integration, and feature useful Decision Support in the pilots, among other equally important aspects.

Lucía Gálvez del Postigo Gallego
Project Manager, IDENER

Given current geopolitical tensions, climate change, and COVID-19, it is increasingly apparent that manufacturers need a dynamic system to understand the responsiveness of their manufacturing ecosystems. A real-time self-adapting two-level digital twin of a supply chain would be of great help.

Emil Neckelmann
Data scientist, KAMSTRUP

DMAAST contributing to the European Industrial
Policy and a Circular Economy

Made in europe

DMaaST ambition contributes to the particular goals of the Made in Europe Roadmap 2021-2027,  providing a keen solution for sustainable, digital, green, resilient and human- centric competitive manufacturing in Europe. Digitalisation and new technologies offer significant opportunities for innovation and transformation, with emerging business models such as MaaS driving change. In this context, DMaaST will demonstrate the potential of MaaS proposed in two relevant environments from different sectors (electronics and aeronautics), both facing resilience and agility problems due to their high and variable production demand.


DMaaST is committed to the advancement of a circular economy, integrating the latest sustainability and circularity assessment techniques, promoting sustainable and circular-centric technologies. DMaaST accounts for the traceability of products and identifies opportunities for sustainable practices within the manufacturing value chain. This approach aligns with the EU’s goals of achieving climate-neutral manufacturing. 


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