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CREMA: monitoring and predictive maintenance of machines

Computer tools to monitor critical components of machines and anticipate breakdowns

CREMA: monitoring and predictive maintenance of machines

Participants

  • IK4-IKERLAN, S. COOP.
  • ASCORA
  • GOIZPER
  • FAGOR ARRASATE
  • TENNECO
  • DFKI
  • UBISENSE
  • TU WIEN
  • ICE
  • TANET

Duration

2016 -2018

Budget

5 332 095 €


CREMA aims to simplify the creation, management, adaptation and monitoring of manufacturing processes, among organizations according to the principles of manufacturing of the cloud. In the project the facilities will be developed to model, configure, run and control manufacturing processes, providing support from end to end for the manufacture in the cloud through the implementation of systems. The tools will make it possible for data to be captured in real time from the machines in the production plants, for these data to be securely stored on the cloud and be monitored on mobile devices, and for an ongoing analysis of the evolution of the indicators to be carried out.

The aim is to maximise the performance of machine components and, at the same time, to prevent the appearance of breakdowns, drastically cut the time and cost of the interventions while increasing the available capacity of the production resources.

CREMA is part of the 'Factories of the Future' initiative devoted to developing high added-value technologies for the so-called Factories of the Future.
 

our contribution

In this project, IK4-Ikerlan will be applying the experience it has built up in many projects to transfer technology to industrial companies so that it can specify, implement and validate one of the two pilot cases in the project focussing on the maintenance of one of the critical components in the presses of Fagor Arrasate, which is supplied by Goizper. It will also be actively participating in the development of the monitoring and alert systems.

Consulta toda la información sobre este proyecto en www.crema-project.eu/

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