Autosynchron worker guidance
worker guidance systems
Getting into Industry 4.0 is easier than you think. According to a US study, 3% of all paper documents in manufacturing are filled in incorrectly, and 8% of all documents are ultimately lost. For the rework and error correction can be well estimated with 95EUR per document. This is where Industry 4.0 with digital work instructions should find its first entry because there is great potential for savings here. But with a pure digitalization of work instructions, it is still far from done. Here again, the study reveals potential for improvement: a third of the paper documents are outdated before they are even used. In addition to an efficient software for creating and maintaining the work instructions, a controlled distribution of their contents is thus also necessary. So an efficient provision of work instructions directly at the workplace. What's more, you want to achieve a network of work instructions, employees, machines and tools. Modern factory management systems implement the Industry 4.0 approach to economic conditions. Worker management systems are particularly effective if, in addition to the simple and fast provision of information, it is a matter of real leadership of the employee through complex or varied assembly processes. In this case, networking can already be realized with the integration of screwdriving tools or test equipment into the worker guidance system. For critical assembly steps, cameras are used for monitoring. With the automatic optical inspection (AOI) known from SMD production, manual processes for small and medium series can now be safeguarded in manual production.
Computer Aided Works is the supplier of the comprehensive worker-guidance system for end-to-end process and quality control in manual assembly.
The autosynchronous worker guidance allows the worker guidance for assembly:
- with high quantities
- short cycle times
- high variance
without disturbing the employee in his assembly work.