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  • Project Deliverable 1.3

    www.facts4workers.eu

    Detailed and Refined Industrial Challenges, version I

  • Bibliographic Details

    Series: Public Deliverable

    Published by: FACTS4WORKERS: Worker-Centric Workplaces in Smart Factories.

    FoF 2014/636778.

    Date: 26.4.2016

    Volume 1: Detailed and Refined Industrial Challenges, version I

    Reference / Citation

    Hannola, L., Kutvonen, A., Ojanen, V. and Papinniemi, J. (2016): Detailed and Re-fined Industrial Challenges, version I. Deliverable 1.3. Project FACTS4WORKERS: Worker-Centric Workplaces in Smart Factories.

    Layout and Setting: Florian Ott, Cooperation Systems Center Munich FACTS4WORKERS: Worker-Centric Workplaces in Smart Factories E-Mail: [email protected] Internet: www.facts4workers.eu

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  • Contents

    III III

    Executive Summary

    This document represents Deliverable 1.3 Detailed and Refined Industrial Chal-

    lenges, version I of the H2020 project FACTS4WORKERS - Worker-Centric Work-

    places in Smart Factories (FoF 2014/636778).

    FACTS4WORKERS will develop and demonstrate workplace solutions that support

    the inclusion of increasing elements of knowledge work on the factory floor. The ob-

    jectives of FACTS4WORKERS can be summarized as follows (according to DoA, 2014):

    To increase problem-solving and innovation skills of workers participating in

    the pilots of industrial partners

    To increase cognitive job satisfaction of workers participating in the pilots,

    and to improve their working conditions in terms of safety, work organization

    and well-being

    To increase average worker productivity by 10 % for workers participating in

    pilots, and the evolving role of the worker

    To achieve a number of worker-centric solutions through which workers be-

    come the smart element in smart factories, interacting by deploying a flexible

    smart factory infrastructure

    This deliverable (D1.3) introduces the key production models in general and the re-

    lated methods that manufacturing companies are applying. Four Industrial Chal-

    lenges (IC) from Industrial Partners are introduced, which are also generalizable to

    other companies in the manufacturing industry. The industrial challenges are in-

    tended for testing and prototyping the smart factory building blocks at the forerun-

    ners factories and then transferred to the factories of followers. The Industrial Chal-

    lenges presented in this deliverable are the following (according to DoA, 2014):

    IC1: Personalized augmented operators are workers using augmented re-

    ality (AR) tools through which they get an immediate, specific, visualized, and

    personalized provision of information at the shop-floor-level, which can be

    configured according to their needs, roles and preferences.

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  • E Contents

    IV

    IC2: Worked-centric rich-media knowledge sharing/management: ICTs

    adopted in factories are neither successful in capturing knowledge, nor do

    they support social interaction and learning. Such knowledge management

    systems (KMS) are usually developed for office environments, but shop-floor

    workers have different needs.

    IC3: Self-learning manufacturing workplaces are established through link-

    ing heterogeneous information sources from the workers environment and

    beyond, and extracting patterns of successful production, transferring the re-

    sult as decision-relevant knowledge to the worker.

    IC4: In-situ mobile learning in the production, will develop and demon-

    strate an on-the-job learning environment for shop floor workers by using

    rich media through the KMS, which is especially valuable for SMEs.

    The industrial challenges will be understood and managed in order to achieve the ob-

    jectives of FACTS4WORKERS project. First, the objective is to offer immediately and

    specifically visualized information to the workers via different kinds of Augmented

    Reality -tools. Secondly, a knowledge management system (KMS) for workers will be

    developed to support knowledge sharing and innovativeness in an open environment.

    Thirdly, one of the objectives is to establish self-learning manufacturing workplaces

    to speed up the analysis process of production parameters and the decision process

    of the responsible worker. Fourthly, an on-the-job learning environment should en-

    courage shop floor workers to be more context-aware in real-life situations, in order

    to handle with the requirements of flexible production. (Unzeitig et. al., 2015)

    The objective of this deliverable is also to match the Industrial Challenges with Indus-

    try Specific use cases. In addition, emergent themes and trends in manufacturing are

    described in order to assure that our solution approaches in the project will corre-

    spond with the future trends. This is the first version of the detailed Industrial Chal-

    lenges and the deliverable will be refined after each year of the FACTS4WORKERS

    project as the Industrial Challenges evolve.

  • Contents

    V V

    Document authors and reviewers

    The following persons have contributed directly to the document. Please note that many other people have also supported our work, and we thank them all sincerely.

    Lead Authors Name Organisation Role

    Dr. Lea Hannola Lappeenranta University of Technology

    WP 1, Task 1.2 Lead

    Dr. Antero Kutvonen Lappeenranta University of Technology

    WP 1

    Dr. Ville Ojanen Lappeenranta University of Technology

    WP 1

    Jorma Papinniemi Lappeenranta University of Technology

    WP 1

    Featuring Authors Name Organisation Role

    Dr. Hannele Lampela Lappeenranta University of Technology, University of Oulu

    WP 1

    Reviewers

    Name Organisation Role

    Martin Wifling Virtual Vehicle Research Cen-ter

    WP 8 Lead, Project Coordinator

    Dr. Alexander Richter University of Zurich WP 1 Lead

  • E Contents

    VI

    Contents

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ......................................................................... III

    DOCUMENT AUTHORS AND REVIEWERS ........................................ V

    CONTENTS................................................................................................ VI

    LIST OF FIGURES ................................................................................. VIII

    INDEX OF ABBREVIATIONS .................................................................IX

    1 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................. 11

    2 PRODUCTION MODELS IN MANUFACTURING ..................... 14

    Strategic choices in production models .................................................... 14

    Shop floor management system and its links ......................................... 15

    Lean manufacturing methods ....................................................................... 16

    Six Sigma and Production process .............................................................. 22

    3 INDUSTRIAL CHALLENGES (IC) ................................................ 23

    IC1 - Personalized Augmented Operator .................................................. 23

    3.1.1 Augmented Reality ............................................................................................ 23

    3.1.2 Industry Challenge -specific requirements, technologies and methods .............................................................................................................................. 26

    IC2 - Worker-centric rich-media knowledge sharing and management ..... 28

    3.2.1 Knowledge Management System ................................................................. 29

    3.2.2 Industry challenge -specific requirements, technologies and methods .............................................................................................................................. 30

    3.2.3 Worker motivation for knowledge sharing ............................................. 32

    IC3 - Self-learning manufacturing workplaces ................................................. 34

    3.3.1 Self-learning workplaces and predictive data mining ........................ 34

    3.3.2 Industry challenge -specific requirements, technologies and methods .............................................................................................................................. 36

    IC4 - In-situ mobile learning in production ...................................................... 38

    3.4.1 Mobile learning ................................................................................................... 38

    3.4.2 Industry challenge -specific requirements, technologies and methods .............................................................................................................................. 40

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