DBD project workshop
We invite you to join the DBD project workshop! The DBD project is an initiative that contributes to alignment between research, teaching and projects in the digital domain.
Oplysninger om arrangementet
Room 209 | Innovatorium
Part 1: Project presentations
MANUFACTORY – Søren Marinus Sørensen
The Manufactory project aims to establish a growth technology centre that will build a bridge between knowledge and production and thus strengthen the competitiveness and innovation of Danish manufacturing companies. 12 innovation projects have been implemented that include topics such as, digitalisation, Additive Manufacturing, Industry 4.0, sustainable business models, optimization of production processes and much more.
The presentation will offer an introduction and status of the Manufactory project, seek input to a process for identifying the needs of manufacturing companies, and encourage open discussion about AU Herning’s strengths in relation to the project.
SENSIBLE - Francesco Chinello
SENSIBLE is short for Symbiotic tEleoperatioN for Safe and cost-efficient wInd turbine bLade maintenance. The SENSIBLE project aims at testing wearable solutions supporting telerobotic maintenance operations on wind turbines. The project involves technological solutions including design, evaluation and testing, but also investigating on challenges due to communication technology, modelling and task processes.
The presentation will introduce the SENSIBLE project and raise some open issues related to data exchange and communication, the design of wearable components, breaking the task in parts, remote accessibility and business cases.
Reflection and exchange of ideas will follow each of the presentations.
Part 2: Discussion
Collaboration and practicalities
- Round the table: Does anyone need help with anything?
- Brainstorm on how to increase collaboration in DBD (discussion in groups).
- Input for future DBD Project workshops.