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Fraunhofer-Institut Zerstörungsfreie Prüfverfahren IZFP

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Data Analytics and Sensor Systems along the Product Life Cycle - Quality Assurance for Industry 4.0

As an internationally renowned R&D center for non-destructive testing (NDT), Fraunhofer IZFP researches and develops technologies for non-destructive monitoring for material, component and product characterization and develops high-performance system solutions suitable for industrial use, right up to prototype and series production capability. The institute focuses its activities on industry-specific product life cycles. This is where the challenges facing the industry today can be found. In this context, the scientists, engineers and technicians of Fraunhofer IZFP develop application-oriented monitoring solutions to improve the product quality of their customers using the entire range of non-destructive testing methods.

The current paradigm shift from classical NDT to digital monitoring for process control and optimization, actively co-designed and driven by Fraunhofer IZFP, requires novel tools in the form of intelligent, ideally self-learning sensor systems such as ultrasonic and/or X-ray computer tomographs, i.e. electromagnetically, acoustically or thermally. measuring systems, which are intelligently designed and used to filter and evaluate the relevant data (relevant data) from the high-dimensional, complex data streams independently - from process-integrated sensors to materials data space.

The R&D focus is on the intelligent acquisition of process-relevant information on material and product changes caused by human, machine or environmental influences.

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Yvonne Lackner

Assistant to the Institute Management, Conference and Fair Management
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