STREAM-0D successfully links physics-based models with data-driven models (DDMs) and provides a smart adaptive control system for the detection and prevention of defects. In this context, the work of LMS, which is one of the project partners, is crucial.
The idea of ‘Factory of the future’ is strongly connected with transformation. Factories transform production processes introducing intelligent sensors, gathering systems and triggers the need for more accurate data. Zero-Defect Manufacturing (ZDM) paradigm lays within the very concept of factory of the future.
The Laboratory for Manufacturing Systems & Automation (LMS), on behalf of STREAM-0D project, was present during the INDTECH 2018 event that has been held in Vienna from the 29th to the 31st of October. A good opportunity to meet stakeholders and spread information around the project.
Industry 4.0 created the right conditions for the concept of Zero-Defects Manufacturing (ZDM) to develop as a subject of interest and industrial breakthrough achievement. LMS, partner of the STREAM-0D project, highlights the main techniques and methods involved in the ZDM process.
Demetris Petrides, project engineer at the Laboratory for Manufacturing Systems & Automation of the University of Patras describes the activity of LMS for the Stream-0D project.