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Transmitting measuring data wireless in real time

Press Release / 3.4.2018

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A sensor transfers the vibration spectra of the blisk via 5G with sub millisecond latency to a software.

Sensors continuously record measurements in plant and machinery to check that everything is running according to plan and to enable any errors in the industrial production environment to be recognized at an early stage. However, as a rule, evaluation of the data is decentralized and takes place after a time lag. In contrast to this, the 5G wireless standard permits direct, wireless measurement in real time. Fraunhofer in Aachen has teamed up with Ericsson to offer a unique test environment for 5G applications in industry. The partners will be using the example of aero-engine component manufacture to demonstrate live, for the first time, the opportunities provided by the technology at the Hanover Fair from 23– 27 April 2018 (Hall 17, Booth C24).

Fully exploiting the possibilities of Industrie 4.0

Press Release / 7.2.2018

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The goal of the High Performance Center for Networked, Adaptive Production is a completely digitalized and connected manufacturing environment.

Researchers from three Aachen-based Fraunhofer Institutes are working together in the Fraunhofer High Performance Center for Networked, Adaptive Production to realize the complete connectivity of machines and sensors with the goal of evaluating all recorded production data with intelligent algorithms in real time and flexibly adapting processes accordingly. At the Hannover Messe Preview on February 6 and at the Hannover Messe proper from April 23 to 27, 2018, they will demonstrate what diagnostic and forecasting possibilities this yields for the manufacture of demanding products for various sectors.

Fraunhofer IPT and Ericsson to collaborate on 5G applications for production

Press Release / 6.2.2018

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Expamle of use for 5G in a milling machine: Industrie 4.0 machining processes require robust, wireless sensors fixed to the workpiece and short data transmission latencies.

The Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology IPT and Ericsson announce their collaboration in exploring use cases for 5G in the manufacturing environment.