Presentation on theme: "BEMRC / INCOSE JANUARY JOINT MEETING Washington SIG January 13, 2010 – 11:30AM to 12:30PM – BLDG 111RM 110A."— Presentation transcript:
BEMRC / INCOSE JANUARY JOINT MEETING Washington SIG January 13, 2010 – 11:30AM to 12:30PM – BLDG 111RM 110A
Learning Communities ROBOTICS COACH Mentor Development Robotics Competition Programs
2010200920082007 President : Bob ScheurerPresident : Brian BeyerPresident : Marcos ChuPresident: Manson Meyer Q4Q3Q2Q1Q4Q3Q2Q1Q4Q3Q2Q1Q4Q3Q2Q1 INCOSE MG sponsors 3 FIRST Robotics teams with INCOSE MG members as mentors : 1) Teresa Camp 2) Lou Pape 3) Marcos Chu Trade study Challenge for Teams With Former/Current INCOSE MG Member. INCOSE MG is 2010 St. Louis Regional Competition sponsor INCOSE MG sponsors Spiral 1 Trade Study President : Doug Stone Vice President : Marcos Chu Secretary : Cynthia Stong Treasure : Bill Smith Election Chair : Teresa Camp Q4 2006 Marcos, Cynthia, Grace Mentor Group Meets Quarterly in STL MOWACA STL Washington SIG WA
Spiral 1 Informal Trade Study After The Fact Formal Trade Study
Where it all started : Spiral 1 Demo Robot : Croc Bot EngagementInterests / SkillsLessons LearnedTrend Analysis Spiral X +1 Built by employees and club members Volunteers 30 Sign Up – 66 % CERTIFIED Major funding for robot material from ONE INCOSE MG sponsored Trade Study
ONE Spiral 4 Prototype Robot Team Boehm's on IEEE Computer 21(5) 61-72 in 1988. updated in 2000 OPERATIONAL PROTOTYPE : 4 AIRPLANE MANUFACTURING VEHICLES KEY : LOW COST
2008 BEST – Just Plane Crazy SPIRAL 4 Game Objective: Design a remote-controlled robot and execution strategy to retrieve aircraft sub- assemblies, assemble aircraft, and deliver completed products to the customer. Game Theme: Apply LEAN manufacturing principles and tools (e.g., storage racks, point of use fixtures, etc.) to eliminate waste and accelerate production to satisfy the growing demand for commercial and general aviation aircraft. BEST Engineers believe that part of the solution will be based upon factory automation and by streamlining existing processes.
Current : Spiral 4 Demo Robot ( Prototype for Spiral 5) CHART THE COURSE INSPIRE OTHERS LIVE BOEING VALUES DELIVER RESULTS SET HIGH EXPECTATIONS FIND A WAY SPIRAL 5 ROBOT RECOGNIZES airplanes needs a wing to move to next assembly step. Data Link established and Spiral 5 Robot send wing image from database to Spiral 6 robot to identify on rack Spiral 6 receive image from Spiral 5 and pick-up the wing Data Link established and Spiral 5/6 Robots send image to Spiral 7 of merged images NOTIONAL
Spiral 5 Demo Robot Possible Sensor Trade Study sponsored by a professional organization Design based from Spiral 4 demo robot Possible Equipment Trade Study – H.S team sponsored by a professional organization Partnership with local/region Universities Spiral 4 Challenge – Boeing Sponsored Demo at 2011 E-week.