The seventh edition of the international LUBMAT conference goes digital
Under the theme “We are digital” the 7th edition of the event jointly organised by the Tekniker technology centre, the JOST Institute and Bureau Veritas, will bring together leading industrial experts from the fields of lubrication, tribology and maintenance 4.0 (condition monitoring) from December 15 – 17.
Tekniker will present its s energy transformation solutions for buildings during the European EESAP-CICA conference
The technology centre will explain its contribution with regard to the NiERBIMO project on day one of the event, December 1st.
Developing a 4.0 solution for aeronautical manufacturing and assemblage processes based on state-of-the-art materials
Tekniker is leading the European INNOTOOL project for the purpose of developing smart 4.0 tools to improve the manufacture of thermoplastic parts and assembly of aeronautical products (CS2- LPA “Advanced Rear End” demonstrator)
Fault diagnosis and planning optimisation within an e-maintenance framework
Eduardo Gilabert, a researcher working for the Smart Information Systems Unit at the technology centre, has presented his thesis “Fault diagnosis and planning optimisation in an e-maintenance framework" to demonstrate how potential improvements can be brought about by techniques and methodologies associated related to prescriptive analytics with regard to industrial maintenance applications.
Análisis del contexto para mejorar los algoritmos en condition monitoring
Kerman Lopez de Calle, investigador de la unidad de Sistemas de Información Inteligentes en el centro tecnológico, ha presentado la tesis “On the use of context information for an improved application of data-based algorithms in condition monitoring”, que tiene como objetivo principal analizar el rol del contexto en los algoritmos de monitorización del estado de las máquinas.
Surface treatment for environmental sustainability
The ultimate goal of the European BIOFIRE project is to use surface treatments in order to double the operating life of biomass boilers. In particular, the role played by Tekniker in this initiative consists in developing test protocols to simulate the behaviours of new surface treatments under conditions that are as similar as possible to real operating conditions.