The requirement for customization of consumer end-products will increase. The Batch size one vision of Industry 4.0 is to have the same cost for one or a million units produced. This will require new levels of Flexibility in production
Production systems will become ever more complex and more and more production critical operations will depend on networked systems. The importance of managing configuration, software versioning and access control will be vital to maintain quality control and uptime in production
The human factors will play an important role for the future. Assembly operators need to adopt the new technologies available to leverage the potential. To do that, systems must be user friendly and the vast amount of data created in the assembly process needs to be processed with the most important information presented to the operator
Sustainability focus will increase to a new level with plants powered by wind and solar. Environmental awareness will be higher and regulations enforced globally
Imagine, technology that collects and analyzes tightening data throughout the life cycle of your product program, and can thus predict tool failures, recommend an optimal maintenance plan, and reduce your production costs. Technology that provides valuable insights from previous production programs in the data it generates.
Design: analysis in real time of the behavior of similar components used in todays manufactured product.
Prototype: technology that learns the behavior of the joint, detecting its possible relaxation, setting up the process. Technology that stores the information in a common database for use in later phases of the process.
Technology that imports the data analyzed in the design and prototype phases. That analyzes quality issues, identifies savings in different areas and signals when to perform maintenance.
Technology that enables centralized production management and can implement standardized processes anywhere in the world. Technology that gives alerts on quality risks, reducing warranty costs and risk of recall.
A technology able to understand the tool usage thanks its capability to collect and analyze the tightening results and to compare with the tool specification by having a 360 analysis. In order to predict tool failures in advance and suggest the best maintenance plan, minimizing unexpected tool failure and saving production costs.
This technology is here! Smart Connected Assembly – Powered by data is the next level of our smart factory concept. The data continuously created by Atlas Copco smart tools and solutions can be used to maximize uptime and quality in your operation and cut your production costs.
Smart Connected Assembly supports Industry 4.0 becoming reality. A reality where technology is easy to use and quickly delivers value. Listen to our experts explaining how the 6 pillars of values we strive for and how it would benefit your business.
Using analytics to get useful insights about the condition of the equipment to determine the maintenance tasks. As a result, the repair can be scheduled at a time that minimizes the impact on production.
Presented by Rikard Nordén, Business Manager at Atlas Copco
Presented by Hendrik Fischer, Product Manager at Atlas Copco.
New product introduction cost down by 57% - From 3500 EUR to 1500 EUR using Virtual Stations. Now a simple software configuration change is all it takes.
Presented by Robert Karlsson - Senior Product Manager, Atlas Copco
Improved productivity by 73% - First time through increase from 92,5% to 98% in one year with a structured data analysis process. This is achieved by fewer reworks, higher end-product quality and maximum uptime on the assembly line. Smart process monitoring and analysis software like Atlas Copco ToolsNet enhance the capacity to monitor, analyze and improve the assembly process.
Presented by Steven Meazey, VP Marketing at Atlas Copco
Smart integrated software solutions offer enhanced operator guidance, resulting in fast recognition of rework process, traceability in assembly and manual operations, error proofing, data analysis and plant monitoring. So when introducing a new model or changing the assembly process – you have a reduced amount of operator training required.
Presented by Karin Ly, Global Product Manager at Atlas Copco
Multiple wireless tools running on one virtual assembly process controller leads to a significant reduction use of energy use, which can be up to 80%. More than a cost reduction, it is also to meet environmental policies.
Presented by Robert Stribeck, Global Product Manager at Atlas Copco