BMW - Advanced Telecommunication Module
BMW faced the challenge of creating a new Advanced Telecommunication Module that would serve as the car's interface to the outside world. The module needed to facilitate data and voice communication with various entities, such as the OEM server and backend, public safety answering points, OEM call centers, and networks for data exchange to support infotainment and comfort functions. Additionally, the module required a GNSS receiver that supported GPS, GLONASS, and Galileo satellite navigation systems for position determination to be used with further services.
BMW - Production Line Commissioning
BMW faced the challenge of programming and commissioning their new production line. This required a thorough debugging of the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) programs, I/O checks, hardware setup, and process optimization. Additionally, the Human-Machine Interface (HMI) needed to be adjusted and developed according to client requirements. The BMW team also needed to provide training for line keepers and functional documentation for the production line.
BMW - Production Line Reprogramming 1/2
BMW had to reprogram an already existing production line, including its integration to the newest standards, to enable a new model release without stopping actual production. This modernization had to be implemented, documented, and delivered, including all needed trainings for the users, without stopping the actual production process. The project scope covered 7 main production lines in the general factory in Munich.
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SCANIA - Automating Production Lines
Scania, a leading manufacturer of heavy vehicles, needed to automate the production lines for the Door, Side, Framing, Variant lines.The main objective was to improve the efficiency of the production process by reducing the time and resources required for the production of each vehicle. In addition, they wanted to create a new SCADA system for production control and develop a new programming approach with programming libraries that could be used in all their factories worldwide. The challenge was to ensure maximum flexibility for future development and the ability to manage more than 100 different types in mixed production mode.
SCANIA - Digital Twin and Virtual Commissioning
Scania, a global provider of heavy trucks, buses, and engines, faced a challenge of modernizing its production lines. The company needed to create a digital twin and perform a virtual commissioning of automated production lines while updating the line controlling programs.
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