Line information system architecture 2 Smart event-driven services
|Coordinator||KUNGLIGA TEKNISKA HÖGSKOLAN - Institutionen för industriell produktion|
|Funding from Vinnova||SEK 3 750 000|
|Project duration||August 2015 - October 2018|
|Venture||FFI - Sustainable production|
Purpose and goal
The LISA architecture took shape about 10 years ago. For just the last 2-3 years suddenly everyone has begun to think about industry 4.0 and cloud solutions. Basically, all modern architectures are based on the basic principles on which LISA is based. KTH and Scania implemented LISA2 architecture at SCANIA in Södertälje within a demo system for industry 4.0. Together with Volvo, Chalmers has implemented parts of the LISA2 architecture at Volvo Cars plan in Torsland, to collect data from production.
Expected results and effects
Together with Volvo Cars and SCANIA, Chalmers and KTH have developed and implemented a number of new services based on the new LISA2 architecture. - A so-called virtual device to collect detailed data from ABB robots - A number of micro services that transform robot data into operations - Global Position System in Factory - A service that identifies robotic operations that can be performed slower to save energy - A service that predicts wear and tear on sweat rods and how many sweat cycles are needed before replacing the tip Lund contributed to the standardization of the proposed solution
Planned approach and implementation
The project activities has been carried out according to a traditional engineering design metod. requirement were collected from actual production scenario and matched with the founding principles in LISA architecture. The identified solution were then translated to services according to available standards and procedures, as well as leagcy equipment and systems.