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Industry 4.0 – the German vision for advanced manufacturing

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Av: Prof. Dr. Detlef Zühlke, Scientific Director, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, Innovative Factory systems

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Industry 4.0 – the German vision for advanced manufacturing

  1. 1. www.smartfactory-kl.de Industry 4.0 the German vision for advanced manufacturing Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Detlef Zühlke Director Innovative Factory Systems IFS German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, DFKI GmbH and Chairman Executive Board SmartFactoryKL e.V. © smartfactory-KL 2013-1
  2. 2. Ubiquitous Information Availability Our life is deeply affected by many new technologies which have reached a sufficient level of maturity! WLAN, Bluetooth, UMTS… SmartPhones, PDA´s, SubNotebooks… Speech interaction, gesture control… From telephone to VoIP… The Internet of Things… Information will be available anywhere, anytime, with any content, for any user using any device and any access © smartfactory-KL 2013-2
  3. 3. Everything gets smart Smart phones Smart Homes Smart Cars Market Pull Smart Factories Technology Push © smartfactory-KL 2013-3
  4. 4. The traditional Factory PLC setup setup shorter product life cycles individualized products SCADA production international competition production monolitic quality demand fixed locations unknown positions Ethernet hierarchical wired Information and communication technologies © smartfactory-KL 2013-4
  5. 5. Future Products must… …have a standardized network interface 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 R Services …have a unique identity and memory (by birth) IPV6 [2001:0db8:85a3:08d3:1319:8a2e:0370:7344] OPC UA IP …offer autonomy WiFi Resource and Energy model Service model Communication model Product model …be treated as abstract objects …be locatable at all times CAD model …be described by models © smartfactory-KL 2013-5
  6. 6. I 4.0 is affecting the complete lifecycle ERP Change Management planning PLM Logistics delivering MES analyzing changing BigData scheduling designing Set-Up Cloud Operation Disassembly Design Engineering Information Backbone saving repairing informing Maintenance Resource Control © smartfactory-KL 2013-6 Customer
  7. 7. Industry 4.0 Industrie 4.0 The 4th industrial revolution… …or just another Hype? © smartfactory-KL 2013-7
  8. 8. The 4th Industrial Revolution - „Industry 4.0“ ICT Drivers Quality of life Engineering Sciences µelectronics Mobility 4th 3rd 2nd 1st Cyber Physical Systems Computer, NC,PLC conveyor belt steam engine EU US GB 1782 Power generation Mechanical automation 1913 Industrialization © smartfactory-KL 2013-8 US/EU 1954 Electronic Automation 2015 Smart Automation
  9. 9. History Industrie 4.0 German BMBF initiates the Science Union to identify future High Tech Trends with high impact on society 2010 First Appearance of the word Industrie 4.0 2011 Final report of the Science Union on Industrie 4.0 2012 BMBF-Report “Securing the future of German manufacturing Industry” Recommendations for implementing the strategic initiative Industrie 4.0 2013 Foundation of the Platform Industrie 4.0 by 3 industry associations 2014 Publicity and Demonstration First I4.0 Demonstrator by smartfactory Revised I4.0 Demonstrator by smartfactory New I4.0 Demonstrator by smartfactory and industry Governmental Funding Funding program Industrie 4.0 (Research) © smartfactory-KL 2013-9 Funding program Industrie 4.0 (Application) 200 (x2) Mio€
  10. 10. Download from http://www.acatech.de/fileadmin/user_upload/Ba umstruktur_nach_Website/Acatech/root/de/Mate rial_fuer_Sonderseiten/Industrie_4.0/Final_report __Industrie_4.0_accessible.pdf © smartfactory-KL 2013-10
  11. 11. Why does Germany invest in this Program ? Germany is in a world leading position in production of goods as well the production equipment The world market is undergoing rapid changes Labor cost, quality demand, individualized products, shorter product life cycles Germany must keep production in Germany or even get production back from low-cost countries © smartfactory-KL 2013-11
  12. 12. Industrie 4.0 funding strategy „Lighthouse“Projects „Streetlighting“Projects feasibility application big consortia >Industry >Academia 10-15 Mio€ each 10-12 partners smaller consortia >Industry Academia 3-5 Mio€ each 4-5 partners © smartfactory-KL 2013-12 „Laser“Projects basic research small consortia >Academia Industry 0,5-2 Mio€ each 1-3 partners
  13. 13. Benefits from Industrie 4.0 for the German economy • • • • • • • Helps keeping production in Germany Helps German companies to compete successfully Brings leadership on world markets Needs skilled workers and gives employment Speeds up the production setup process A knowledge-based high-tech approach Reduces complexity But… • • • • • • Needs a longterm committment Is a major upheavel and not a smooth change Is not a single industry solution but has wide-spread impact Needs new skills Needs interdisciplinary collaboration Is closely linked to Cloud and Big Data © smartfactory-KL 2013-13
  14. 14. The smartfactory Industry 4.0 not just words but actions…. © smartfactory-KL 2013-14
  15. 15. Technologie Initiative SmartFactoryKL Mitglieder: Kaiserslautern Sponsoren: © smartfactory-KL 2013-15
  16. 16. View into the Smartfactory continuous flow process discrete handling process colored soap production bottling, handling, labeling, QC, packaging… Live-Webcam: http://www.smartfactory.de/webcam.de.htm © smartfactory-KL 2013-16
  17. 17. View into the Smartfactory assembly process augmented reality Key finder production Information, maintenance and control © smartfactory-KL 2013-17
  18. 18. Questions and Remarks?? THANK YOU © smartfactory-KL 2013-18

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