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  • 21 May, 2019

    Unibap demo autonomous manufacturing with Intel and GE Digital

    Unibap launches Autonomous Manufacturing with Intel and GE Digital at 5G Business Summit in Kista

    No matter how fast or precisely they move, industrial robots only adapt as quickly as people can program them. Modified product specs, process improvements, customized orders—small changes like these add up to big costs whenever human intervention is required.

    Unibap provides solutions for flexible industrial robots for autonomous manufacturing together with GE Digital and Intel.

    Visit Unibap, Intel, and GE Digital at the 5G Business Summit in Kista, Electrum on May 22-23 2019 or at Inte’s 5G and IoT Innovation Center (5GIC).

    Please contact Unibap for further information and booking of demo events.

    A new vision for manufacturing

    People often use the future tense when talking about 5G and AI-powered robots, but in Stockholm, you can find one today.

    Intel’s 5G and IoT Innovation Center (5GIC) is together with Unibap and GE Digital demonstrating what could be the world’s first intelligent vision system (IVS) that uses video analytics at the edge to give AI full control of an industrial machine.

    Unibap’s solution for autonomous manufacturing integrates and combines Intelligent Automation (IA) and automatic quality inspection & Operations for discrete manufacturing.

    Unibap’s IVS architecture can plan and direct the motion and tasking of any industrial robot. It uses a methods like convolutional neural network (CNN) and generative adversarial networks (GAN) to analyze video and complementary sensors of the machine’s work and make operational decisions.

    Connecting Unibap’s solutions to Smart Plants

    Unibap’s solutions are scaleable from a single production line to global manufacturing spread over several Smart Plants through the Digital Thread partnership with GE Digital.

    The Digital Thread provides big data analytics in Predix Cloud, Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) on-premise with Edge computing and 5G connectivity.

    GE Digital analyses the real-time production data at the edge and transmits settings to the equipment using its Manufacturing Execution System. The system also passes information that doesn’t contribute to real-time decisions to the GE Predix Cloud for deeper analysis and benchmark. Predix Cloud and the MES solution can provide process optimizations and performance metrics over a global manufacturing chain.

    GE Digital – Plant Applications Waste Report example with Unibap data.

    Autonomous Manufacturing by Unibap, GE Digital and Intel.

    Every step in the manufacturing process generates gigabytes of valuable data every time it’s run. Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) track, control and document these steps in real-time helping manufacturers optimize production by understanding conditions on the plant floor.

    Learn how GE Digital and Intel are partnering together to improve manufacturing efficiency and asset reliability with IIoT. Together, we’ve developed an IIoT solution that performs analytics on-premise, at the edge, while collecting summary-level data for long-term trend analysis in the cloud.

    Discover how Predix Manufacturing Data Cloud (Predix MDC) reliably brings operational data to the enterprise level in the cloud and transforms it into a structured data set for cross-plant storage, analysis, and analytics.

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