nebumind teamed up with Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz (DFKI) for a new R&D project, called ADaMus. The project will be funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK) over the next 3 years. Within the project, the partners will develop AI-based tools to monitor and inspect path-related manufacturing processes, such as welding, bonding and fiber placement. The AI tools will help manufacturers in the future detect quality issues during manufacturing already and avoid scrap and cost-intensive repair.
A few of weeks ago, we announced our newest application, the nebumind anomaly dashboard. It’s a generic, simple but powerful tool that brings quick benefit in terms of process stability to different departments and in different manufacturing processes.
formnext is just around the corner. Come and visit us at the booth of our partner, SLM Solutions, where we will present our newest feature, an Anomaly Dashboard, displaying deviations of the current print job from previous print jobs or predefined reference jobs.
Together with EOS we developed a direct interface between EOS printers and the nebumind software. Data now flows automatically from EOS printers into our software and a digital twin of the printed part builds up.