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LiveWorx 2018

s754 - A Semantic Internet of Things Approach Applied to an Aerospace Shopfloor Context

Session Description

Airbus has been investigating IOT technologies as part of its Digital Twin initiative, in order to collect information from devices disseminated in production hangars such as geolocation devices, smart tools, and autonomous collaborative robots. The objective is to be able to propose a user-centric cockpit that shows a tailored vision of the industrial processes and resources. A specific use-case will be reviewed where autonomous guided vehicles are evaluated to automate drilling tools delivery from the calibration center to the drilling stations.


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Industrie 4.0
Industrie 4.0/ Smart Manufacturing/ Digital Factory
Learn how airbus has implemented their shopfloor automation.
Learn about the strategy and tips for creating an IoT cockpit, autonomous vehicles, semantics, ontologies, and more
Breakout Session
45 minutes
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