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PPP: FoFTopic FoF-4 Designing the Manufacturing Workplace of the Future Challenges:  Manufacturing knowledge and information is scattered across a plethora.

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1 PPP: FoFTopic FoF-4 Designing the Manufacturing Workplace of the Future Challenges:  Manufacturing knowledge and information is scattered across a plethora of information silos (‘walled gardens’), but central platforms to search and explore are not available  Today’s machines gather an enormous amount of “big production data”, currently not evaluated in order to make manufacturing more successful  Data & Information is not machine readable at all (i.e. the computer can not understand its semantics) and not interlinked (i.e. the ability to search and explore for patterns is limited)  ICT systems adopted are neither successful in capturing manufacturing knowledge, nor do they support social interaction and learning on a larger scale  Current ICT platforms are of limited attractiveness especially to young workers, because of antiquated user interfaces  Human aspects are widely ignored, contributing to the unattractiveness of the manufacturing workplace especially for young people with a different mind-set Virtual VehicleContact person: Phone: Research Center Mr

2 PPP: FoFTopic FoF-4 Designing the Manufacturing Workplace of the Future Objectives:  Enabling Knowledge Sharing: Facilitate manufacturing knowledge sharing and learning directly at the machine by e.g. using augmented reality technologies  Designing self-learning systems: Develop “self-learning” and “self-explaining” workplaces by gathering, assessing and evaluating data from the machine and transfer this as a knowledge to the manufacturer  Extracting patterns of (un)successful production: Mastering complexity of manufacturing information through advanced linking of information sources for indentifying patterns of (un)successful production  Enhancing overall attractiveness of manufacturing: Applying Web 2.0 concepts (participation, co-creation, harnessing collective intelligence,...) and mobile technologies to establish an open manufacturing culture with new modes of networked employees to employee communication Virtual VehicleContact person: Phone: Research Center Mr

3 PPP: FoFTopic FoF-4 Designing the Manufacturing Workplace of the Future Expected results:  Demonstrate, how a combination of semantic and social approaches will reduce the time to identify existing manufacturing knowledge.  Demonstrate, how assessing big production data will decrease scrap and increase quality of production.  Demonstrate, how implementing modern collaboration tools and information sharing concepts will facilitate manufacturing work,  Demonstrate, how young people will be empowered by learning and ad- hoc training at the machine and how concepts of the Web 2.0 enable a greater joy of use. Virtual VehicleContact person: Phone: Research Center Mr

4 Info about project/project structure: to define Flow diagramm PPP: FoFTopic FoF-4 Designing the Manufacturing Workplace of the Future

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