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AIMAN PROJECT, CARRIED OUT BY WOLCO IN COLLABORATION WITH ZITU AND IMH CAMPUS, PROGRESSES IN MACHINING AUTOMATION DRIVEN BY ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

24 May, 2022

The aim of the Aiman project is to develop a system driven by artificial intelligence that enhances the efficiency of cutting tool use.

“The Aiman project is the automatic application of the PDCA model (Plan, Do, Check, Act) in high-performance machining. Thanks to the structure proposed in the project, driven by artificial intelligence, the system can learn, predict and optimise the machining process. The project benefits from the vast experience of its three partners, IMH Campus, Zitu and Wolco”, explain sources from the IMH (Machine Tool Institute).

These days, in the machining world, choosing the wrong tool or cutting parameters can reduce the efficiency of the production process. For this reason, developing cutting tool monitoring systems for automatic decision-making is key within Industry 5.0, which aims, among other things, to optimise production processes, providing autonomous systems driven by artificial intelligence.

Within the project, several objectives have been identified to enable this key purpose to be achieved, including integrating and testing the system run on artificial intelligence, thereby predicting the useful life of tools and recommending the right tool to be used at each time, as well as their cutting parameters, reducing the number of stoppages and thus cutting down on time lost and increasing productivity. Implementing an approach based on machines assisted by humans can provide improvements in this regard.

The ultimate aim of the project is for the results to be accepted commercially through a sound knowledge management approach and an effective Industrial Property protection strategy. This will facilitate the commercial operation of the results and ensure they reach key stakeholders.

Aiman has obtained financing from one of the open calls of the European initiative ‘Ai Regio’, which focuses on adopting artificial intelligence applications in the commercial operations of SMEs and aims to expand and extend the impact to different European regions.

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