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Smart Components within Smart Production Processes and Environments

Haag, Sebastian and Schützer, Klaus :
Smart Components within Smart Production Processes and Environments.
In: Ninth annual meeting of the Brazilian-German Collaborative Research Initiative in Manufacturing Technology, 8.-10.11.2017, Salvador, Brazil.
[Conference or Workshop Item] , (2017)

Abstract

BRAGECRIM – the Brazilian-German Collaborative Research Initiative in Manufacturing Technology – is one of the largest German-Brazilian collaborative research initiatives. Over 300 researchers from numerous German and Brazilian universities and non-university research organisations have investigated key issues affecting all stages of the production cycle within its framework. Materials science, industrial engineering, metrology and logistics are incorporated into the German-Brazilian research programme.

The SCoPE project aims to promote individual physical components to information carriers that contain data about their physical properties, customizations, manufacturing history and purpose. Modern internet technologies enable the interlinking of components as information carriers and the access to information stored in different knowledge repositories, like production data bases and data management systems. These “smart components” will be able to control their manufacturing and assembly procedures applied to them and to autonomously navigate through smart factories equipped with cyber-physical production systems.

Potential use cases are the establishment of the traceability of individual components’ manufacturing histories, e. g. for investigations in the case of failures, or the utilization of component data to achieve optimal pairings of components within complex assembly processes.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2017
Creators: Haag, Sebastian and Schützer, Klaus
Title: Smart Components within Smart Production Processes and Environments
Language: English
Abstract:

BRAGECRIM – the Brazilian-German Collaborative Research Initiative in Manufacturing Technology – is one of the largest German-Brazilian collaborative research initiatives. Over 300 researchers from numerous German and Brazilian universities and non-university research organisations have investigated key issues affecting all stages of the production cycle within its framework. Materials science, industrial engineering, metrology and logistics are incorporated into the German-Brazilian research programme.

The SCoPE project aims to promote individual physical components to information carriers that contain data about their physical properties, customizations, manufacturing history and purpose. Modern internet technologies enable the interlinking of components as information carriers and the access to information stored in different knowledge repositories, like production data bases and data management systems. These “smart components” will be able to control their manufacturing and assembly procedures applied to them and to autonomously navigate through smart factories equipped with cyber-physical production systems.

Potential use cases are the establishment of the traceability of individual components’ manufacturing histories, e. g. for investigations in the case of failures, or the utilization of component data to achieve optimal pairings of components within complex assembly processes.

Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Department of Computer Integrated Design (DiK)
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
Event Title: Ninth annual meeting of the Brazilian-German Collaborative Research Initiative in Manufacturing Technology
Event Location: Salvador, Brazil
Event Dates: 8.-10.11.2017
Date Deposited: 26 Apr 2018 11:17
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BRAGECRIM - die Brazilian-German Collaborative Research Initiative in Manufacturing Technology - ist eine der größten deutsch-brasilianischen Verbundforschungsinitiativen. Über 300 Forscher aus zahlreichen deutschen und brasilianischen Universitäten und außeruniversitären Forschungseinrichtungen untersuchen in deren Rahmen Schlüsselthemen, die alle Phasen des Produktionszyklus betreffen. Materialwissenschaften, Industrial Engineering, Messtechnik und Logistik fließen in das deutsch-brasilianische Forschungsprogramm ein. Ziel des SCoPE-Projekts ist die Einführung von Bauteilen als Informationsträgern, welche Informationen über ihre physischen Eigenschaften, kundenspezifische Anpassungen, Herstellungshistorie und Zweck besitzen. Über moderne Internettechnologien erfolgen die Vernetzung von Bauteilen als Informationsträger und der Zugriff auf externe Informationsquellen, wie Produktionsdatenbanken und Datenmanagementsysteme. Diese intelligenten Bauteile, die sogenannten „smart components“ werden dann in der Lage sein ihre Produktions- und Montageprozesse zu kontrollieren und sich autonom durch eine mit cyber-physischen Produktions- und Logistiksystemen ausgestattete intelligente Fabrik zu bewegen. Mögliche Anwendungsfälle sind die Nachverfolgbarkeit der Herstellungshistorie einzelner Komponenten, z. B. zur Untersuchung des Bauteilversagens oder die Nutzung von Bauteildaten für die Erreichung optimaler Toleranzpaarungen.UNSPECIFIED
Projects: Smart Components within Smart Production Processes and Environments - SCoPE
Funders: DFG, CAPES
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