Montexas 4.0: Exzellente Montage im Kontext der Industrie 4.0

02.04.2017 bis 30.09.2020

The subject of the joint project is the research and proving of new assistance systems for an assembly and the associated changes in work organization and personnel development. The aim is to demonstrate productivity and competency potential of informational assistance systems and their implementation in manual and hybrid assembly in the context of new technological developments. These include, in particular, new sensor technologies that lead to the development of >>Wearables<< (e.g. wired gloves), >>Local Positioning Systems<< (e.g. ultrasonic-based hand movement detection), >>Augmented Reality<< including projection-based methods. The real time processing and acquisition of the data lead to new support possibilities for the employees, so-called >>Smart Services<<. The results of the research project will be presented in the form of practical guidelines.

This project is promoted by:
Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)
Alexander Nikolenko¹, Philip Sehr, M. Sc., Sven Bendzioch, Prof. Dr. Sven Hinrichsen²
Digital Assembly Assistance Systems – A Case Study
In: Advances in Human Factors and Systems Interaction, Jul 2019
¹ First Authors
² Last authors
Philip Sehr, M. Sc.¹, Dipl.-Math. Natalia Moriz, Sven Bendzioch, Prof. Dr. Sven Hinrichsen
Ansätze für Komplexitätsreduktion in manuellen Montageprozessen
In: AUTOMATION 2019: Autonomous Systems and 5G in Connected Industries, Jul 2019
¹ First Authors
² Last authors
Universität Greifswald – Institut für Psychologie
Brandt Kantentechnik GmbH, Lemgo
SPIER GmbH & Co. Fahrzeugwerk KG, Steinheim
BISONtec GmbH, Bielefeld
BOGE KOMPRESSOREN Otto Boge GmbH & Co. KG, Bielefeld
HANNO Bildung und Beruf GmbH, Hannover
Holter Regelarmaturen GmbH & Co. KG, Schloß Holte-Stukenbrock
IHK Lippe zu Detmold
IHK Ostwestfalen zu Bielefeld
MSF-Vathauer Antriebstechnik GmbH & Co KG, Detmold
Sarissa GmbH, Weingarten
User Interface Design GmbH, Dortmund
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