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Introduction to Smart Factory and Digital Factory

Introduction to Smart Factory and Digital Factory

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    • Sirris Manufacturing Day 2011 Opening Prof. Bert LAUWERS, K.U.Leuven (Departement werktuigkunde)
    • Your chairman of today
      • Full Professor, K.U.Leuven
      • Research & Education in Manufacturing Processes and (CAD)/CAM
      • Research in Advanced Manufacturing Processes
        • Multi-axis Machining, EDM, Hybrid Processes,…
        • Machining of advanced materials (ceramics,..)
        • Advanced tool path planning and generation (CAD/CAM, CAPP) – digital factory
      • Inspirer of importance of the “Manufacturing Industry” in our regions (via KVIV,..)
      10/05/2011 © sirris 2011 | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be |
    • The manufacturing industry...
      • Manufacturing industry essential for welfare and prosperity
        • 20…25% of our jobs
        • Stimulates R&D and need for services
        • Without manufacturing  no need for services, logistics, ...
        • Driving force for indirect job creation
        • Manufacturing (“maakindustrie”): the engine of welfare
      • Manufacturing sector in Belgium (Wetern Europe) under pressure
        • Re-location and utsourcing
        • High costs
        • Mass customisation
        • ...
      Do we need to transform ?
    • EFFRA Reserach Priorities
      • (1) Sustainable Manufacturing
        • People-friendly Factories
        • Eco-friendly
      • (2) ICT-enables intelligent Manufacturing
        • Smart Factories
        • Digital Factories
        • Virtual Factories
      • (3) High-productivity Manufacturing
        • Adpative production equipment
        • High-precision manufacturing
        • Zero-defect manufacturing
      • (4) Materials in Manufacturing
        • Materials efficiency
        • Manufacturing processes for new high-performing materials
      08/05/2009 © sirris 2009 | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | Transformations have also been defined for Belgium
    • Digital & Smart factories...some definitions
      • Digital Factories
        • General digital support of all the activities within the process chain from development over process and product planning to production by using virtual working techniques
          • Information flow within companies
          • Digital models (product, processes, business,..)
          • ..
      • Smart Factories
        • The Smart Factory represents a context-sensitive manufacturing environment that can handle turbulences in real-time production using decentralized information and communication structures for an optimum management of production processes
          • Cost efficient, flexible, Mass customisation
          • ...
      • In addition: Virtual factories, Networked factories,..
      • Large need for computer support !!! (PLM, PDM,...)
      10/05/2011 © sirris 2009 | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be |
    • Example: The EuroShoe Project
      • The whole digital chain (from client to final product)
        • Design and develop together (different actors)
      10/05/2011 © sirris 2011 | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be | The challenge of EUROShoE Project is the design and manufacturing of customized shoes at a reasonable price for consumers at a much higher level of individual satisfaction
    • Our kids have interest…
      • The way they use computers
        • Functional features & full simulation !
        • We can learn from these games !
        • Projects in that topic are being formulated !
        • Digital models should include as much as possible information we need within further steps of the product life cycle
          • Manufacturing, use phase,… (fully paperless )
      10/05/2011 © sirris 2011 | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be |
    • Digital and smart models of everything...
      • Digital and smart models not only for products, but also for production systems and business processes
      • Machine tools / production systems are intelligent, stand-alone and act like “printers”
        • The network of machine tools and systems !
        • Machine tool behaviour is known to the system (even outside the company) after plug-in
          • “ Add Machine Tool”
          • Tool path planning
          • Manufacturing simulation
          • … ..
      10/05/2011 © sirris 2011 | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be |
    • How to get our kids interested...
      • New ways of education
      • Example: FabLab Leuven ( FabLab = Fabrication Laboratory) !
        • Everyone can model and make
          • Students (bachelor), secondary school, public
        • Concept of digital modeling & manufacturing
        • Software tools should be easy to use !
        • Tendency towards Fab@home !
      10/05/2011 © sirris 2011 | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be |
    • The agenda for today...
      • Facotry of the Future in Belgium, Mr. Herman Derache, Sirris
      • How a high-wage country has won the investment for a new agile engine plant, Mr. Serge Silvani, Renault
      • From pilot stations towards flexible mass production lines, Mr. Huub Camp, Philips Lighthing
      • Lunch break with discussion tables
      • An unconventional look upon the Factory of the Future, Mr. Lieve Scheire, Neveneffecten, Basta
      • Track sessions
        • Digital Factory
        • Smart Factory
      • The automotive industry in transition. Global networks for innovative mobility, Dr. Claudio Christl, BMW
      • Conclusions and networking
      10/05/2011 © sirris 2011 | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be |
    • Have a nice day
    • Lunch break at discussion tables
      • (1) How to increase the efficiency of operators before switching towards automation?
      • (2) How can you combine extreme cost reduction with an excellent perceived customer value?
      • (3) How to decrease time between a pilot production system and a flexible mass production system?
      • (4) How to overcome the lack of technologically skilled workforce in a production environment?
      • (5) How can we master a cost estimation in a early development stage?
      • (6) s there a need for software for production scheduling & execution, or can a self organizing system suffice?
      10/05/2011 © sirris 2011 | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be |
    • The agenda for today...
      • Facotry of the Future in Belgium, Mr. Jos Pinte, Sirris/Agoria
      • How a high-wage country has won the investment for a new agile engine plant, Mr. Serge Silvani, Renault
      • From pilot stations towards flexible mass production lines, Mr. Huub Camp, Philips Lighthing
      • Lunch break with discussion tables
      • An unconventional look upon the Factory of the Future, Mr. Lieve Scheire, Neveneffecten, Basta
      • Track sessions
        • Digital Factory
        • Smart Factory
      • The automotive industry in transition. Global networks for innovative mobility, Dr. Isolde von Witzleben, BMW
      • Conclusions and networking
      10/05/2011 © sirris 2011 | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be |
    • Track sessions
      • Digital Factory
      • Smart Factory
      • Digital Factory introduces a new era for product development, M. Bollen, Sirris
      • 3 Day delivery-to-order by a combination of E-business, configuration and intelligent automation, G. Vanherle, P&V Elektrotechniek
      • Automated calculation of the production cost for complex parts, L. Berteloot, CETIM
      • Flexible robotizing for small and medium sized runs, H. De Roovere, Robojob
      • Beyond lean: Quick Response Manufacturing reduces lead-times by a factor 2 at Harol, A. Vandebosch, Harol
      • The future of smart manufacturing execution, E. Vervondel (De Clercq Solutions) & M. Van Pee (Sirris)
      10/05/2011 © sirris 2011 | www.sirris.be | info@sirris.be |