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PROJECTS

Own development model for Integrated Management of Technological Innovation.

MAIFACTURING

Artificial intelligence in predictive maintenance and process optimisation

The increasing digitisation of predictive maintenance and optimisation of the manufacturing process in companies will increase the amount of unstructured data, which poses an enormous challenge to Artificial Intelligence. A hybrid AI approach using predictive and prescriptive versus traditional AI solutions needs to be addressed.

The MAIFACTURING project will implement and test a decision support system for predictive cognitive maintenance and manufacturing process optimization of various assets of the production lines in four different manufacturing paradigms: unitary discrete process, discrete batch process, continuous batch process, continuous mass process. This difference in the production model, with its specific problems, is a challenge in adapting hybrid AI strategies to each case. The system will also combine several innovation flows that will be developed as five modules that interoperate with each other.

THE CHALLENGE

The MAIFACTURING project will implement and test a decision support system for predictive cognitive maintenance and optimisation of manufacturing processes, that is able to:

• Identify and locate damage.
• Assess the severity of the damage.
• Predict the evolution of the damage.
• Assess the life span of the assets.
• Reduce the probability of false alarms.
• Provide a more accurate fault detection.
• Provide problem warnings for preventive and corrective maintenance action in the production process.
• Increase the efficiency of machine service by at least 10%.
• Optimise the manufacturing process by 8% on the target machines.

THE RESULT

At this time when IoT monitoring technologies are yet to be consolidated into final products, the modules resulting from the project will allow user companies to be ahead of their competitors when it comes to generating knowledge and the resultant value services, putting them on a par with the main leaders in their sectors in the field of predictive maintenance and process optimisation.

PARTNERS

The consortium of companies involved in the MAIFACTURING project are: IDEKO, DANOBAT, SORALUCE, SAVVY DATA SYSTEMS, INGETEAM, GRUPO WEC, IPF, IKERLAN, LUCART, LANTIER, OLARRA and MECANIZADOS WEC.

FINANCIADO POR