Prediktivno vzdrževanje: s podatki vidimo v prihodnost

Pametno digitalno vzdrževanje: s projektom 'Prediktivno vzdrževanje' smo v naši tovarni v Neckarsulmu povečali učinkovitost proizvodnih kapacitet in skrajšali prekinitve delovnega procesa. Vzdrževalci namreč z zbiranjem in analizo podatkov lahko predvidijo obrabo strojev in pravočasno ukrepajo.

3.09.2020 Avtor: Audi Team  Fotografije: Arhiv Audi

Predvidevano vzdrževanje: s podatki vidimo v prihodnost

Projekt, ki ga razvijamo za optimizacijo dela v vseh naših proizvodnih obratih, preizkušamo na oddelku za karoserije. 'Prediktivno vzdrževanje' zazna možno obrabo stroja za kovičenje, ki spaja različne dele ohišja. »Stisnjen zrak s hitrostjo 20 metrov na sekundo skozi plastično cev potiska nekje med 600.000 in 1,2 milijona zakovic, zato se notranjost cevi obrabi,« pove Andreas Rieker, načrtovalec vzdrževanja v tovarni Audi Neckarsulm.

“Na nek način s pomočjo podatkov, algoritmov in meritev gledamo v prihodnost.”

Mathias Mayer, Audi Neckarsulm

Naša ekipa z analizo več kot milijona podatkov določi najustreznejši termin za zamenjavo cevi. Tako zmanjšajo možnost nepredvidene okvare na minimum, vzdrževalna dela pa opravijo takrat, ko najmanj motijo proizvodnjo. »Mehanske okvare in obrabo želimo zaznati še preden nam lahko povzroči težave. Na nek način s pomočjo podatkov, algoritmov in meritev gledamo v prihodnost,« pravi Mathias Mayer iz tehnološkega oddelka za podatkovno podporo proizvodnji v Neckarsulmu.

S povezovanjem različnih strojev na enotno bazo podatkov zaposleni v tem oddelku standardizirajo proces nadzora, da bi v kratkem podatke lahko tudi prebirali in tolmačili. S tem bodo vzdrževalcem olajšali delo in povečali učinkovitost proizvodnje. Po uspešnem preizkusnem obdobju gre 'Prediktivno vzdrževanje' v serijsko prozivodnjo na nove oddelke in nove stroje.

 

Proizvodnja Audijevih avtomobilov

Vzdrževalcem oddelka za karoserije pomaga tudi aplikacija iMaintenance, baza znanja z več kot 5000 stranmi, orodji za odkrivanje napak in priporočili za ukrepanje. Če stroj sporoči kodo napake, jo vdrževalec enostavno vnese v aplikacijo na tablici, ta pa mu vrne natančna navodila za popravilo. iMaintainance je tako kot druge inovativne vzdrževalne rešitve skupni projekt Audija Ingolstadt in Neckarsulm.

Nicolas Bussetti, Designer, Italdesign

 


 

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The journey is the reward

The company has already conducted a flight in public, at Drone Week in Amsterdam last year – but using a 1:4 scale model. The flight module accurately placed a passenger capsule on the ground module, which then drove from the test grounds autonomously. This proved the effectiveness of the Airbus coupling system and its locking and latching functionality. The air module currently rests on legs to make docking easier, but it’s envisaged that such legs would not be required by the time the concept reaches production.

To make the project with full-sized versions viable, more powerful batteries than those that exist today would be required, and Airbus is currently working on developing such technology. Noise is another issue, and reduction of the high-pitched whirring familiar to anyone who has witnessed even a small drone in flight is being sought. Italdesign is working with Audi to develop battery and electric-motor technology for the ground module – an area in which Audi’s engineers have already proven highly competent, as the recent launch of the e-tron SUV testifies. Therefor an Audi engineer is also based with the Italdesign team in Italy.

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The journey is the reward

The company has already conducted a flight in public, at Drone Week in Amsterdam last year – but using a 1:4 scale model. The flight module accurately placed a passenger capsule on the ground module, which then drove from the test grounds autonomously. This proved the effectiveness of the Airbus coupling system and its locking and latching functionality. The air module currently rests on legs to make docking easier, but it’s envisaged that such legs would not be required by the time the concept reaches production.

To make the project with full-sized versions viable, more powerful batteries than those that exist today would be required, and Airbus is currently working on developing such technology. Noise is another issue, and reduction of the high-pitched whirring familiar to anyone who has witnessed even a small drone in flight is being sought. Italdesign is working with Audi to develop battery and electric-motor technology for the ground module – an area in which Audi’s engineers have already proven highly competent, as the recent launch of the e-tron SUV testifies. Therefor an Audi engineer is also based with the Italdesign team in Italy.

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The journey is the reward

The company has already conducted a flight in public, at Drone Week in Amsterdam last year – but using a 1:4 scale model. The flight module accurately placed a passenger capsule on the ground module, which then drove from the test grounds autonomously. This proved the effectiveness of the Airbus coupling system and its locking and latching functionality. The air module currently rests on legs to make docking easier, but it’s envisaged that such legs would not be required by the time the concept reaches production.

To make the project with full-sized versions viable, more powerful batteries than those that exist today would be required, and Airbus is currently working on developing such technology. Noise is another issue, and reduction of the high-pitched whirring familiar to anyone who has witnessed even a small drone in flight is being sought. Italdesign is working with Audi to develop battery and electric-motor technology for the ground module – an area in which Audi’s engineers have already proven highly competent, as the recent launch of the e-tron SUV testifies. Therefor an Audi engineer is also based with the Italdesign team in Italy.

1920x2500-mobil-e-mobility-blue-sky-thinking-036

The journey is the reward

The company has already conducted a flight in public, at Drone Week in Amsterdam last year – but using a 1:4 scale model. The flight module accurately placed a passenger capsule on the ground module, which then drove from the test grounds autonomously. This proved the effectiveness of the Airbus coupling system and its locking and latching functionality. The air module currently rests on legs to make docking easier, but it’s envisaged that such legs would not be required by the time the concept reaches production.

To make the project with full-sized versions viable, more powerful batteries than those that exist today would be required, and Airbus is currently working on developing such technology. Noise is another issue, and reduction of the high-pitched whirring familiar to anyone who has witnessed even a small drone in flight is being sought. Italdesign is working with Audi to develop battery and electric-motor technology for the ground module – an area in which Audi’s engineers have already proven highly competent, as the recent launch of the e-tron SUV testifies. Therefor an Audi engineer is also based with the Italdesign team in Italy.

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