Monday, 9/12

3:15 to 4:10 p.m. / W-194-A

Session Topic: Cloud Based Manufacturing and In-Machining Process Quality Control and Feedback

Waste exists along the value chain, mainly in the form of poor manufacturability, inefficient processes, and low machine utilization. This is creating significant opportunities to reduce capital intensity and operating expenses in manufacturing operations.

The concept of smart factories opens tremendous possibilities for next-generation, intelligent shop-floor efficiency. Connectivity, sensor-based manufacturing systems, and industrial robots aim to be human-centric and support efficient decision making in all stages of manufacturing.

Virtual factories integrating cyber physical systems (CPS) and information and communication technology (ICT) optimize efficiency in networked, collaborative value chains. A cloud-based manufacturing environment supports optimized asset tracking and asset management, autonomous control, and logistics. This will enable different stake holders of manufacturing entities to monitor and diagnose performance and secure parts quality.

This presentation demonstrates industrial cases which utilize the above technologies to take a comprehensive approach of visualizing, analyzing, and optimizing manufacturing processes, root cause effects, and process feedback to improve final parts dimension accuracy, quality, and total cost.

Vahid Kalhori

Manager for R&D Intelligent Machining
Sandvik Coromant

Vahid Kalhori, manager for R&D Intelligent Machining at Sandvik Coromant, is a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering and machining mechanics responsible for technology development within embedded and cyber physical systems, information and communication technology, data analytics, virtual machining and product service systems.

Martin Helgoson

Senior Project Leader and Principle Engineer, Intelligent Machining
Sandvik Coromant

Martin Helgoson, senior project leader and principal engineer, Intelligent machining at Sandvik Coromant, is a Ph.D. from Linköping University, Institute of Technology, Sweden. He focuses on technical product models, CAD/CAM, metrology, knowledge integration, closed loop systems, and product service systems.

Part of global industrial engineering group Sandvik, Sandvik Coromant is at the forefront of manufacturing tools, machining solutions, and knowledge that drive industry standards and innovations demanded by the metalworking industry now and into the next industrial era. Educational support, extensive R&D investment, and strong customer partnerships ensure the development of machining technologies that change, lead, and drive the future of manufacturing. Sandvik Coromant owns more than 3,100 patents worldwide, employs more than 8,000 staff, and is represented in 130 countries. For more information visit www.sandvik.coromant.com or join the conversation on social media.

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