Automatic quality control to move towards zero defect manufacturing: “Specular Zero”.
The final objective of the project will be to provide solutions to solve the technological need for a system to automatically perform quality control of parts with complex geometry and specular surface. The system must not only offer detection functionality, but also prediction functionality so that, through this knowledge, repair and prevention tasks can be carried out on the different elements that make up the production system. The innovations that the project aims to achieve can be summarized as follows
Quality control systems
The development of surface quality control systems will make it possible to automate the arduous task of inspecting for cosmetic defects, which, at present and in most cases, is still carried out manually.
The new Industry 4.0 model ensures improved information management in production systems. The existence of IoT platforms provides the necessary tools for production systems to move towards the ZDM, thus contributing to the reduction of the carbon footprint.
Jaén (ISR facilities)
02/05/2022 – 30/04/2024
Amount: 422.774 euros
This project has been co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), within the Pluriregional Operational Program for Intelligent Growth, INTEGRACIÓN SENSORIAL Y ROBÓTICA, S.L.