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Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) is an extension of the Failure Mode and Effects Analysis, performed in a bottom-up way either on the whole system or on part levels. A crucial part of the FMECA is the Criticality Analysis, which correlates the probability of the Failure Mode with the severity of their consequences and the detection and occurrence of the Failure Modes. The produced results are presented according to the highest probability and indicates mitigation actions to address the possible issues in the system.
SKIQ16 is a machine being modernized as part of the Level-Up EU project for Pilot Line 1 by TOSHULIN. One of the new features of the machine after its modernization, is connection of this machine to cloud. Operational data are being transmitted into cloud for further data processing. This allows for 24/7 monitoring of critical variables and post-incident analysis.
Finally, after more than two years working together remotely, LEVEL-UP consortium met physically in Bilbao (Basque Country) for the celebration of LEVEL-UP General Meeting Month 26!
Meeting in Bilbao was not a coincidence, as LEVEL-UP partners had the chance to visit three partners’ facilities during those days, IDEKO, DANOBAT and FAGOR, and one of the project pilot lines, Estampaciones Mayo, which includes the press for automotive parts manufacturing.
The LEVEL-UP Project aims to offer a scalable platform covering the overall lifecycle, ranging from
the digital twins setup, predictive maintenance, modernization actions to diagnose and predict the
operation of physical assets, to the refurbishment and remanufacturing activities towards the end of
life. One cornerstone of the LEVEL-UP scalable platform is the achievement of interoperability for
sensors and legacy system related data, enabling the information to flow the field, to the cloud
modules in charge of intelligent prognostic and diagnostic actions.
AIMEN team visited Estampaciones Mayo facilities for the new installation of Fiber Optic sensors in two different presses.
The organization of the in-situ technical workshop performed between AIMEN and IPC