IUT of Nantes and the Factory of the Future / Industry4.0 in machining / Cyber Physical production System

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Year2017
Author(s)Olivier Cardin, Mathieu Ritou, Victor Godreau, Fabrice Brau, Sebastien Le Loch, Benoit Furet
Abstract

The Institute of Technology of Nantes University develops many Industrie4.0 activities, from the manufacturing process to the production activity control. This contribution aims at presenting a full scope of those activities: design, control and manufacturing. The general objective of the Institute is to train graduate and undergraduate students from Bachelor to PhD on several industrial fields: Logistics, Mechanical engineering, Materials science, Energy management and Electronics. The teaching is based on the use of many experimental platforms in a shopfloor of 1500 m.. Examples of European or National research projects will be presented together with industrial transfer and education activities. These include: practical works of robotics and vibration monitoring for undergraduate students; datamining in manufacturing with the support of EmmaTools; use of robotics in classical and additive manufacturing; machine learning and advanced PLM; implementation and evaluation of Cyber-physical Production Systems on a digital factory experimental platform. An insight about the integration of digital technologies in future design methodologies will also be presented: digital composite manufacturing platform, concurrent engineering with 3D Experience, Bring Your Own Device design platform and a multidisciplinary 3D design platform.

CategoriesMission of PHE » 2017 27th Annual Conference, Research Developement and Innovation
TagsEURASHE, UAS, university of applied sciences, conference, 4.0, digitalisation, example, research, institution, industry, France, IUT, Nantes