HomePage
Компоненты
Ембеддед
Автоматизация промышленности
Security
Мерящая техника
Инструменты
электромобилей
Солнечная энергия
Oсвещение
Работа
Обучение, Ярмарки
Интересное видео
Остальное
AR236.B и AR232.B
 
Радиорегистраторы AR236.B и AR232.B фирм
JZ- 500 и JZ-500-C
 
Провода JZ- 500 и JZ-500-C черного цвета
HF41F
 
Сверхминиатюрные реле мощности серии HF4
GT-900B
 
Наборы инструментов в чемодане от фирмы
MC4
 
Наборы солярных разъемов MC4
WIHA-SB24670
 
Многофункциональный фонарь LED марки WIH
G2RV-SR
 
Релейные модули сопряжения OMRON серия G
Tektronix AFG31000
 
Компания Tektronix переопределяет поняти
CFast 2.0
 
Высокопроизводительные карты памяти CFas
MIC2544
 
MIC2544 – семейство микросхем power swit

Machine monitoring with smart sensors

Machine monitoring with smart sensors 

Headed by Bosch, seven partners are collaborating on a project, called AMELI 4.0, to develop the sensor system of the future for connected manufacturing, or Industry 4.0. The system is intended to monitor machines and immediately detect deviations from their normal operating status. With the system’s help, factories can go a long way toward preventing machines from having unplanned downtimes.

Instead of adhering to rigid maintenance intervals, companies can maintain their equipment precisely when it is needed. This approach is expected to cut the costs of maintaining, inspecting, and repairing machines by up to 30 percent. AMELI 4.0 is a research project aimed at improving the market position of German companies with regard to Industry 4.0. For this reason, it is being funded to the tune of 3.84 million euros by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) as part of its “IKT 2020 – Research for Innovation” program.

Tough demands on sensors
Sensors play a key role in Industry 4.0 as the artificial “eyes and ears” of machines and workpieces, for which they capture information about condition and performance. To facilitate intelligent management and connectivity in manufacturing, the sensors have to collect and process huge amounts of data in real time. They also need to be as energy efficient as possible and be easy to integrate into complex production systems. The industry sensors currently in widespread use are limited in their usefulness for Industry 4.0. For many applications, they are not smart or flexible enough, consume too much energy, and are too expensive.

MEMS sensors for industry
To fulfill the objectives of the AMELI 4.0 research project, the researchers are turning to one of the key technologies of the connected world: MEMS sensors (MEMS stand for microelectromechanical systems). Even now, it is impossible to imagine cars and consumer electronics without MEMS sensors. They are the core component of the ESP® anti-skid system, for example, and also ensure that the display on a smartphone screen rotates when the device is turned. Compared to conventional industrial sensors, MEMS sensors are small, smart, energy efficient, and economical. However, in many respects they are not yet robust or powerful enough for the demands of an industrial environment. This means that some of the potential to apply condition monitoring in production systems is going untapped. The AMELI 4.0 research team plans to further develop MEMS sensors to make them suitable for industrial applications. Energy supply plays a major role here: the new system will not require either power cables or batteries. It is designed to be completely self-sufficient by generating the necessary power itself from the machines’ vibrations (energy harvesting).

The difference is in the sound
To monitor the machines, the new sensor system will measure two types of noise: structure-borne sound, meaning vibrations inside the machine, and acoustic sound, meaning noise emitted by the machine. When a machine is not working as planned, it vibrates and sounds different than it does when operating normally. The system compares the measured signals with stored profiles. It continues learning, and takes action only if the changes in the signals indicate a defect or wear and tear. As a result, in the future the sensor system will be able to detect when a machine needs maintenance or repair. In more complex systems, this smart evaluation can be handled by the gateway (or router as it is sometimes called), to which the sensors transmit their data, or the manufacturing facility’s computer network.

Research in the network
The AMELI 4.0 project brings together institutes and industry partners that are global leaders in their respective fields – sensor technology, systems and mechanical engineering, condition monitoring of machines, energy conversion, and microtechnology – in their efforts to drive innovations forward. Robert Bosch GmbH, the market leader for MEMS sensors, is spearheading the project. The other partners are Siemens AG, Hahn Schickard Gesellschaft, the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Systems and Design Technology IPK, Binder-Elektronik GmbH, Schaudt Mikrosa GmbH, and Stackforce GmbH. The name AMELI 4.0 stands for micro-electromechanical system for condition monitoring in Industry 4.0. Launched in December 2015, the project is scheduled to conclude at the end of 2018.

The research partners:
Robert Bosch GmbH
Siemens AG
Hahn-Schickard-Gesellschaft
Fraunhofer IPK
Binder-Elektronik GmbH
Schaudt Mikrosa GmbH
Stackforce GmbH

2016073135 / 10.08.2016 / Компоненты / BOSCH /

Bosch продемонстрирует автономное вождение будущего
Bosch продемонстрирует автономное вождение будущего
Впервые новый автобус-шаттл будет представлен на Международной выставке потребительской электроники CES 2019 в Лас-Вегасе
.....
BSH начинает продажу в России бытовой техники с технологией Home Connect
По прогнозам, к 2025 году количество устройств с возможностью подключения к сети, превысит 14 миллиардов. Мир становится цифровым, дома — «умными», а интернет вещей уже сейчас – часть нашей реальности. Переход на инновационные цифровые технологии вот уже в течение нескольких лет – одно из главных направлений работы BSH.
.....
BSH начинает продажу в России бытовой техники с технологией Home Connect
Автономное вождение в городах: компании Bosch и Daimler выбирают платформу искусственного интеллекта Nvidia
Автономное вождение в городах: компании Bosch и Daimler выбирают платформу искусственного интеллекта Nvidia
Автономные беспилотные автомобили – это сложные компьютеры на колесах. Чтобы в будущем они автоматически справлялись с городским движением, им потребуется еще больше вычислительной мощности из-за большого количества данных, поступающих с установленных по отдельности датчиков.
.....
Machine monitoring with smart sensors
Headed by Bosch, seven partners are collaborating on a project, called AMELI 4.0, to develop the sensor system of the future for connected manufacturing, or Industry 4.0. The system is intended to monitor machines and immediately detect deviations from their normal operating status. With the system’s help, factories can go a long way toward preventing machines from having unplanned downtimes.
.....
Machine monitoring with smart sensors 
Подключенные решения создают новые рабочие места. Bosch планирует нанять 14 000 молодых специалистов. Новые карьерные возможности как для недавних выпускников, так и для людей с опытом работы.
Подключенные решения создают новые рабочие места. Bosch планирует нанять 14 000 молодых специалистов. Новые карьерные возможности как для недавних выпускников, так и для людей с опытом работы.
.....
Компания недели

TE Connectivity
Бизнес каталог


SONY


TE Connectivity


akYtec GmbH


MARVELL


Taiwan Semiconductor




ČEZ a.s.


Pickering Interfaces Ltd


NEXPERIA


Foremost Electronics


RS Components Sp. z o.o.


SECTRON


Willow Technologies


ABB


Visual Communications Company, LLC


ACS Motion Control


LASER COMPONENTS


Transfer Multisort Elektronik Sp. z o.o.


Hradil Spezialkabel GmbH


Sonderhoff Holding GmbH


Radio Frequency Systems


Apacer Technology Inc.


Pico Technology


LEM


Tektronix


AERCO


MENCOM


Analog Devices


HIROSE ELECTRIC CO., LTD


PANDUIT
Календарь
electronicAsia 2019, Hong Kong, 13.10.-16.10.2019
Hong Kong Electronics Fair, 13.10.-16.10.2019
TAITRONICS 2019, Taipei, Taiwan, 16.10.-18.10.2019
productronica 2019, Munich, DE, 12.-15.11.2019
DistribuTECH, 28.1.-30.1.2020, San Antonio, TX
IMTS2020, 14.9.-19.9.2020, Chicago, IL
ISE 2021, Barcelona, Spain, 2.2.-5.2.2021
DistribuTECH, 9.2.-11.2.2021, San Diego, CA
DistribuTECH, 25.1.-27.1.2022, Dallas, TX
DistribuTECH, 7.2.-9.2.2023, San Diego, CA
DistribuTECH, 23.1.-25.1.2024, Indianapolis, IN
DistribuTECH, 11.2.-13.2.2025, Dallas, TX
Interesting video
Mouser Electronics Warehouse Tour with Grant Imahara
Interesting video
The ISS Design Challenge ...
naše portály dle jazyka:

česko/slovenská jazyková verze:
WWW.ELEKTRONIKA.CZ
WWW.ELEKTRONIK-INFO.CZ

anglická jazyková verze:
WWW.ELECTRONICA.ONLINE
WWW.ELECTRONIC-INFO.EU
WWW.COMPONENTS.ONLINE

polská jazyková verze:
WWW.ELEKTRONIKA.ONLINE/pl
WWW.ELEKTRONIK-INFO.PL

ruská jazyková verze:
WWW.ELEKTRONIKA.ONLINE/ru
WWW.ELEKTRONIK-INFO.RU
naše portály dle zaměření:

ELEKTRONIKA.ONLINE :
WWW.ELECTRONICA.ONLINE
WWW.ELEKTRONIKA.CZ
WWW.ELEKTRONIKA.ONLINE/pl
WWW.ELEKTRONIKA.ONLINE/ru

ELEKTRONIK-INFO:
WWW.ELECTRONIC-INFO.EU
WWW.ELEKTRONIK-INFO.CZ
WWW.ELEKTRONIK-INFO.PL
WWW.ELEKTRONIK-INFO.RU

COMPONENTS:
WWW.COMPONENTS.ONLINE
  kontakt:

MALUTKI media s.r.o.
Těrlická 475/22
735 35 Horní Suchá
tel. 00420-603531605
e-mail: info@malutki-media.com



All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
ISSN 1801-3813