Events

Technical workshops of the MANTIS project in Madrid

Nearly 70 participants were able to attend to the three-day MANTIS meeting organized by ACCIONA Construcción S.A. in their premises in Madrid, Spain from the 18th to 20th of January 2017.

The agenda of the meeting was designed keeping in mind the idea of having less informative sessions but more interactive ones to really get fruitful discussions and making decisions for further steps.

Technical workshops of the MANTIS project in Madrid
Technical workshops of the MANTIS project in Madrid

The meeting started with a session chaired by the Project Coordinator to let everybody get a precise idea about the status of the project. Then, most of all the use cases presented the last developments, focusing in the data availability and analytics to be used. Following this session, the Open Space took place where several posters were shown and discussed in small groups. In the afternoon, the first parallels sessions started, covering WP3 and WP5.

The second day was very intense. At the beginning, WP3 and WP5 finalized the discussions that started the day before. Then, it was the turn of WP2 and WP4. Regarding the latter, it is worth to say that there were several sessions aiming very specific technical aspects. In the evening, a joint dinner was organized in a very famous place in Madrid, where an impressive flamenco show was performed.

Technical workshops of the MANTIS project in Madrid
Technical workshops of the MANTIS project in Madrid

On the last day of the meeting, before the conclusion and wrap-up session, WP2 members kept discussing while WP8 session was running in parallel. Finally, the EB meeting took place.

Presentation of the Mantis Project at Sirris’ seminar: fleet-based analytics for data-driven operation and maintenance optimization

On October 24th Sirris organized an industrial seminar on the opportunities and challenges related to fleet-based data exploration. During this seminar, a general introduction to the MANTIS project was first given, followed by presentations from several partners within theMANTIS project including: the Mondragon University (press machines), the Eindhoven University of Technology (shaver manufacturing), 3E (Photovoltaic Plants), Ilias Solutions (Vehicles), Atlas Copco (compressors) and Sirris. The event was a real success with around 45 participants and offered participants via real-world use cases in the different industrial domains mentioned above the opportunity to see how data-driven analytics on a fleet of machines can optimize the operation and maintenance of those.

Sirris presentation MANTIS
Tom Tourwe introduced the MANTIS project

 

Mondragon presentation MANTIS
Urko Zurutuza presented the Press Machine Maintenance Use-Case

If you would like to have further information on the outcomes of this seminar, please contact Caroline Mair (caroline.mair@sirris.be)

Sirris seminar on fleet-based analytics for data-driven operation and maintenance optimization

On October 24th Sirris is organizing in Belgium an industrial seminar on the opportunities and challenges related to fleet-based data exploration. During this event Belgian as well as other European industrial partners from the MANTIS project will present their experience with fleet-based analytics (based on use-cases from the MANTIS project).

Many companies operate a fleet of machines that have a similar, almost identical behaviour in terms of internal operation, application and usage, such as for example windmills, compressors and professional vehicles. This set of almost identical machines is defined as ‘a fleet’.

In addition, more and more, those machines are equipped with several (smart) sensors, that can capture data on operational temperature, vibrations, pressure and many other features, depending on the machine. In addition, the communication and data storage technologies are becoming ubiquitous, making it possible to gather the data in a central platform and derive insights into normal and anomalous behaviour across the entire fleet of machines. By comparing for example the behaviour of a single machine to the rest of the fleet, one can identify if a machine is underperforming due to misconfiguration or imminent failure. The analysis of this data can also help service and maintenance personnel to have a more detailed and optimised maintenance planning, e.g. ensuring an optimal distribution of the entire fleet in terms of remaining useful life, in order to manage the work load of the service engineers. Therefore, the exploitation of the data collected on a fleet of machines is a real asset for maintenance and service personnel and, at a larger scale, for an entire company.

You are interested in this event? Check out the event’s agenda and register here

Programme

13:00 – 13:15: Registration and coffee

13:15 – 13:30: Setting the scene (Sirris)

13:30 – 14:30: MANTIS project: Cyber Physical System based Proactive Collaborative Maintenance

    • Project goals and challenges by Sirris
    • Fagor use case (press machines) – title to be announced
    • Philips use case (shaver manufacturing) – title to be announced

14:30 – 15:30: Root cause analysis

    • Barco – Vitriol: let open source data science talk quality and business at Barco Projection
    • 3E – Data-driven Fault Detection for Photovoltaic Plants: Data Quality, Common Faults and Data Annotation
    • Atlas Copco – SMARTLINK & root-cause analysis on compressors worldwide to improve on operational efficiency

15:30 – 15:50: Coffee break

15:50 – 17:10: Failure prediction & Operational optimisation

    • Barco – LightLease Predicting Lamp Behaviour in Digital Cinema
    • Ilias – Towards Predictive Vehicle Fleet Management
    • Maintenance Partners – Performance optimisation and failure prediction of wind turbines
    • Pepite – Analytics for operational optimisation

17:10 – 17:30: Closing remarks (Sirris)

17:30 – Networking reception