An interview with Florent Barbier from PREDICT. For more than 17 years, this company based in France has specialized in digital solutions regarding Condition Based Monitoring (CBM), Prognosis & Health Management (PHM) and Fault Tolerant Control (FTC).
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Source: Modern Machine Shop Online The message from the 2016 Japan International Machine Tool Fair (JIMTOF), Japan’s premier machine tool show, was clear: Japanese providers of manufacturing technology have embraced the concepts of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Although there is no exact definition for what this phrase means, it undoubtedly refers to the strategy of linking machine tools and other shopfloor equipment to a web-enabled network that makes …Read More
An interview with Jaouher Selmi from RENAULT. Renault Group, originally from France, is a leading company in the production of cars, including commercial vehicles and racing cars. As a project partner, RENAULT will implement and test Twin-Control’s results. How did you know about the project? What aspects of the project attracted you to join it? Renault was investigating and looking for a partnership in order to develop the use of …Read More
Source: DMG Mori Last year, DMG MORI presented an Industry 4.0 project developed in collaboration with its technology partners. Based on the DMC 80 FD duoBLOCK®, DMG MORI presented a machine tool equipped with more than 60 sensors that transmitted digitised information on components from the sensors to the cloud for the purposes of data collection, storage and analysis. The objective was constant status monitoring within the machine. The app-based …Read More
An interview with Guillermo Gil and Carlos Mozas from MASA. Specialized in the manufacture of parts for the aerospace industry, project partner MASA will implement and test Twin-Control’s results.
By Luke Berglind and Erdem Ozturk, Researchers at the The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC). The primary objective of machining operations is to produce a final product that possesses a desired set of geometric features. In cutting operations, these features are produced by removing material from an initial stock of material until only the final part is left behind. To be successful, CNC machines must accurately position …Read More
The Twin-Control consortium has created an animated video that explains the main features of the project. Read More
Mikel Armendia (1983, Elgoibar, Spain) is the coordinator of the Twin-Control project. Having a master’s in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Mondragon (2007) and a PhD in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Mondragon (2011), he is currently a researcher at the Automation and Control Unit of the research centre IK4-Tekniker.