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Cognitive sensors in production processe

Technologies for the Industrial Internet of Things

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Cognitive systems are the nerve cells of the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). They not only record measurements, they also evaluate them, take decisions by reaching intelligent conclusions and forward this information as and when needed. Fraunhofer IIS supplies concrete solutions for wireless communication and localization in the entire IIoT and IoT environment. Cognitive sensors also use and integrate machine learning to provide the right data at the right time and place for the right application.

As a direct result of Industrie 4.0, industrial production is becoming increasingly customized. And industry long-term goal is batch size one. In practice, however, digitalization still frequently means individual solutions that are only partially connected or not connected at all. As a consequence, neither subsequentprocesses nor advance planning can benefit from data recorded. To facilitate the linking up of production processes, the exchange of application-specific data and the optimization of procedures, the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS in Nuremberg is working on developing identification, localization and communication technologies for cognitive sensors and systems. Fraunhofer researchers will be demonstrating these new technologies in engine assembly. They range from technology solutions that localize industrial trucks to improve warehouse processes, ensure the right engine is delivered to the correct station, support the assembly process with intelligent tool tracking, intelligent containers and innovative order-picking systems right up to machine status monitoring systems. The data-based optimization of work processes forms the basis for improving the efficiency of the entire factory. Data
collected by cognitive sensor systems can also be used to automatically manage and monitor the supply chain by means of predictive analytics.

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