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Connected, controlled and optimised islands/lines and factories

Islands, lines and factories will be connected, optimised and controlled and this will liberate them from linear organisations and operation in silos. In the industry of the future, linear processes with design/simulation then industrialisation/production then maintenance/improvement will disappear Tomorrow, before having created the slightest material element on a production line, we will design it completely, qualify it, test it, optimise it and train the operators. The routing of parts in the workshop will be more and more automated and become fluid and flexible. Returns trips between the physical and the digital will multiply, and intermingle. [vbcrlf][vbcrlf][vbcrlf][vbcrlf]The evolution of products is optimised by the direct visualisation of 3D prototypes on the manufacturing line. Currently, information is collected in the field then analysed in real time so as to act directly on the process or to feed operator decision-making aids. When drift is detected, correction data is sent directly to the equipment at the origin of the problem, whether this is in the factory or on the supplier’s premises.[vbcrlf][vbcrlf][vbcrlf][vbcrlf]All this will completely change the relationship of Man at work and workshop control methods.

Virtualisation for the optimisation of the production system

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The virtualisation of production systems makes it possible to model all the operations necessary for the manufacture of the products or services before starting production, so as to eliminate all the problems which may occur, or to optimise planning, for example. Simulating a machine breakdown, modelling the arrival of a new production centre makes it possible to plan the best actions to put in place to maintain flexibility.

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Operational intelligence: real time data processing

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The Enterprise of the Future must be able to collect data continuously on the quality of the product during production or the quality of the manufacturing process during operation. This data makes it possible to react to any malfunctions or to new requests. This data must also be "interconnected” with planning tools or even design tools in order to ensure maximum flexibility.

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Management of industrial operations

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This groups all operation management activities: purchasing, subcontracting, planning, scheduling, store management, etc.…

Digital engineering of products and processes

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Digital engineering groups all the applications which allow the design and simulation of products and processes before production start-up.

Product inspection

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The inspection of products involves the use of increasingly innovative technologies, with or without contact, which are integrated into production lines, so as to ensure the quality of products during all the manufacturing phases. The detection of potential faults can be carried out during the process without extending the cycle time.