Thesis

Generic semantics-based task-oriented dialogue system framework for human-machine interaction in industrial scenarios

Author: Tekniker
Date27/07/2022
Thesis director Aitor Soroa, Universidad del País Vasco; Izaskun Fernández, Tekniker

In Industry 5.0, in which automatization has an increasingly important role, human workers and their well-being are placed at the centre of the production process. Task-oriented dialogue systems allow workers to delegate simple tasks to industrial assets while working on more complex ones.


Surface hardening and tempering by means of an oscillating laser beam

Author: Carlos Soriano Reyes
Date2022
Thesis director Armando Yáñez, Universidade da Coruña; Ana Aranzabe, Tekniker

This work presents a study of the surface hardening and tempering processes using an oscillating laser beam, shaped by means of a high-dynamic galvanometric mirror scanner and generated by a continuous wave diode laser.


Desarrollo de un sistema de monitorización y control para el proceso de aporte metálico por láser basado en la digitalización tridimensional de la geometría

Author: Iker Garmendia Sáez de Heredia
Date2021
Thesis director Aitzol Lamikiz, Universidad del País Vasco; Luis Uriarte, Tekniker

El principal objetivo de esta tesis es desarrollar una metodología robusta de monitorización y control del proceso de aporte, Laser Metal Deposition (LMD), que permita reducir el tiempo y coste de fabricación y aumente la calidad de las piezas fabricadas.


Context analysis to improve algorithms in condition monitoring

Author: Kerman Lopez de Calle
Date2020
Thesis director Basilio Sierra Araujo, UPV/EHU; Susana Ferreiro del Río, Tekniker

Kerman Lopez de Calle, a researcher working for the Smart Information Systems Unit at the technology centre, has submitted his thesis entitled “On the use of context information for an improved application of data-based algorithms in condition monitoring”, whose main aim is to analyse the role played by context in terms of monitoring algorithms in the field of machine condition monitoring.


Fault diagnosis and planning optimisation within an e-maintenance framework

Author: Eduardo Gilabert García-Pelayo
Date2020
Thesis director Basilio Sierra Araujo, UPV/EHU; Aitor Arnaiz, Tekniker

The main objective of this research work is to demonstrate the potential for improvement that techniques and methodologies related to prescriptive analytics can provide in industrial maintenance applications.


Context- and Template-Based Data Compression Approach to Improve Resource-Constrained IoT Systems Interoperability

Author: Jorge Berzosa Macho
Date2019
Thesis director Roberto Cortiñas, UPV/EHU y Luis Gardeazabal, UPV/EHU

In this thesis, we present a novel data compression approach for text-based data formats, namely Context- and Template-based Compression (CTC), which is specially designed taking into account the limitations of resource-constrained devices and networks.