2nd wave of DIGITbrain Experiments

The second wave of experiments have been selected after two months of detailed evaluation of project outlines that had been submitted for the first Open Call. Evaluation was led by project partner CTA and involved 16 Independent evaluators. Those seven new experiments unite 19 new partners from Italy, Spain, Hungary and Turkey - among them 14 SMEs, 1 mid-cup, three research organisations and another Digital Innovation Hub external to the current network of DIGITbrain Consortium. 

Find here a brief overview on new beneficiaries and experiments - more detailed information will be provided soon!

DITAC

Digital Twin for Agile Changes

The DITAC project will focus on the investigation and implementation of methodologies to introduce Digital Twin-based solutions to the design process at Restart Srl, an SME specialized in supply (from design to material realization) of tailor-made industrial automation solutions to provide important support in case of after-sales changes. In the Restart case, after-sales requests for changes from the final user are not isolated and they request significant work on the machine, causing interruption of work/production. The DITAC project aims to reduce the efforts needed for an after-sale change, providing virtual support/simulation for the required design changes.

Beneficiaries of DITAC Experiment

Restart Automation and Robotics Italy

IDM-Systems Industrial Services Private Limited Company, Budapest

Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Rome

COATWIN

Optimisation of the Energy Consumption and Operation of a Coil Coating Industrial Line

The project aims at achieving optimization of the energy consumption in a coil coating line. Taking advantage of the benefits of using digital twins for the manufacturing industry, the experiment will replicate digitally the existing production process in order to explore different use cases, based on the selection of different parameters, with the main objective of finding the most optimal working point.

Beneficiaries of COATWIN Experiment

Replasa Advanced Materials, S.A., Spain

Teknopar Industrial Automation, Turkey

DT4DRYER

Digital Twin for Rotary Dryers

A rotary dryer reduces the humidity in particulate matter through direct contact with combustion gases from fossil or renewable fuels (biomass). The design and operation of a rotary dryer present significant challenges, mainly because it must be flexible enough to adapt to a multitude of operating modes. Under this context, we want to prove the benefits for the manufacturer of the industrial product of the development of a digital twin for the rotary dryer. The digital twin will support the design, production and operation phases of the rotary dryer. It will contribute to the faster and more reliable design, better integration of the equipment in the customers’ general process and provide an optimal configuration of the process.

Beneficiaries of DT4Dryer Experiment

Prodesa Medioambiente S.L., Zaragoza, Spain

Electroingeniería Industrial XCLC, Zaragoza, Spain

Memorandum Multimedia, Spain

University of Zaragoza, Spain

ProMED

Production Optimization For Additive Manufacturing Of Medical Devices

The main objective of ProMED is to optimize the production of customized metal medical devices through the combined use of additive and subtractive manufacturing. This hybrid technique, often referred to as Sint & Mill (S&M), consists in creating a semi-finished product with a 3D printer and to subsequently apply precision CNC milling for surface finishing. The experiment aims at finding whether the end user PREMET can (1) reduce the production costs and/or (2) improve the product quality, both by choosing the right fabrication parameters.

A digital twin of PREMET's production pipeline will be developed and used to quickly simulate a large number of fabrication processes. The rich set of "virtual" data produced by the simulation will be used to train an intelligent module that will be eventually able to support PREMET in its decisions for real productions.

Beneficiaries of ProMED Experiment

PREMET Kft., Hungary

Opendot srl, Italy

Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Rome

DRIVEN

Digital Brain For Predictive Maintenance In Automotive Sector

Machine efficiency losses are one of the main and most common concerns in industrial processes. With that in mind, DRIVEN proposes to analyze, simulate and optimize the entire operation of product movements between the parts warehouse, the packaging process in an automotive component factory.
Even models, analytics and optimizations exist, DRIVEN will develop and use two new technologies. Digital Twin for machine performance analysis, based on artificial vision and image recognition and Risk of Failure Forecasting, monitoring the machine performance in real time through the digital twin using Convolutional Neural Network.
To that, DRIVEN will make intensive use of the DIGITbrain platform, from the edge layer to the user interfaces in a web-based environment. The experiment will optimize production processes by achieving a significant increase in the OEE, and also fostering the democratisation of technologies, opening the way to new business models based on data exploitation.

Beneficiaries of DRIVEN Experiment

Seguridad Industrial S.A., Spain

Lis Solutions.Logistic Intelligence And Data Analisys SL, Spain

3D_BRAIN

Smart Digital Twin based 3D Printing Process Reliability Assurance Add-on enhanced with Cloud-based iterative learning

The experiment seeks to develop an experimental Data Driven Digital Twin which will permit i) edge in process control through a process stabilization monitoring and control system and ii) post process Quality Assessment combined with a continuous learning tool that will extract Geometry based Knowledge rules from multi machine XYZ Datasets allocated in the Digit Brain Platform; to "a priori" find improved Printing parameters and feed forward control strategies.

Beneficiaries of 3D_BRAIN Experiment

Savvy Data Systems S.L.,
Spain

Barcelona Three Dimensional Printers Sl, Spain

Ideko S. Coop., Spain

DIGITBREAK

Digital Twin to optimize design of cars braking system assembly line

Producer of manufacturing assembly lines faces unprecedented challenges in optimizing design and engineering to meet evolving market needs while ensuring, efficiency and productivity challenges.  DigiTBrake will solve this challenge developing a Simulated Base Digital Twin of a  pilot line assembling small calipers and pistons for automotive braking system to be integrated into DIGITBrain. The experiment follow Test Before Invest (TBI) methodology deploying use case installed at Digital Innovation Hub. It will ensure widening of DIGITBrain EU network. End User, IVS and DIH will benefit from integration of Data, Model and Algorithm of pilot line DT into the DIGITBrain consolidating its international commercial presence.

Beneficiaries of DIGITBREAK Experiment

EnginSoft SpA., Italy

Cosberg S.P.A, Italy

MADE s.c.a r.l., Italy

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