The M12 General meeting of InterQ project was held on the 19 and 20th of October in Zamudio (Bizkaia, Spain).
Designing, manufacturing, and testing both a single point, and rotational spindle grinding wheel dressing tools.
The result is a decrease in performance and repeatability and an increase in energy consumption and waste.
WP6 is in charge of the development and integration of the InterQ TrustedFramework.
Outstanding presence of IDEKO at the CIRP General Assembly, the most important international forum on Advanced Manufacturing.
For IDEKO it is a real pride to have a researcher of the stature of Xavier Beudaert on our team.
Highlights from SEA4DQ 2021 – the 1st International Workshop on Software Engineering and AI for Data Quality in Cyber-Physical Systems.
Written by Phu Nguyen, SINTEF, Norway.
Q-DAS’s main objective in the InterQ project is the development of a digital twin of a real production line of its project partners.
InterQ-Process aims at controlling the quality of the manufacturing processes and equipment.
Digital technologies for assessment and prevention of vibration related quality issues in grinding applications.
Module Work is actively developing CAM technologies that can pay the way to the use of digital twins and artificial intelligence.
The InterQ consortium has created an animated video to explain the main features of the project.
One of the major challenges for Zero-Defect-Manufacturing is the analysis of massive raw datasets.
The objective is clear, to manufacture engines that drastically reduce CO2 consumption and the cost of use.
The origin of the idea of the project came up from the monitoring and digitalization of manufacturing processes and lines.