Industry 4.0 is marked by the emergence of new technologies, such as Advanced and Collaborative Industrial Robotics, Machine Learning algorithms or Artificial Intelligence. They are combined to develop advanced manufacturing techniques and intelligent operations that generate different flows of information. These new technologies capture information from production or logistics processes and create a digital record, which then will be compared, refined and analysed together with other data to discover relevant information and support business decision-making in different areas.
Advanced and Collaborative Industrial Robotics
At CETEM, we work and research these areas for greater flexibility and automation in the industry’s production processes. As it is mainly an artisan industry, collaboration between operators and machines favours both efficiency and productivity, as well as product quality. Among our services, we can highlight the ergonomic assessment of the work in its interaction with the robot, studies for an optimal integration of robotic units in the production line, the development of digital simulation models to measure the performance of the robot in the production line or training for deploying and maintaining these robots.
Virtual and Augmented Reality
In this area, we carry out several initiatives to promote the digitalisation of the furniture industry and its features, which can be grouped into production processes, design and modelling, assembly of parts, testing or product life cycle analysis.
The most used algorithms to obtain information for decision-making or predict behaviours from the data available are Machine Learning or Deep Learning. That’s why we provide companies with this knowledge so as to build ML processes that facilitate the prediction and forecasting of results, develop probabilistic models or represent specific variables.
The goal of this project is the “research and development of an adaptive physical-logic module based on high technology” to be implemented on internal logistics systems.
This project is created with the aim of developing a training course to adapt Collaborative Robotics units to the automation of waste management in manufacturing industries and to favour circular business models.
Jesús Sanz Perpiñán
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