Human-machine-interaction: relevant technologies by 2025

By 2025 the World Economic Forum predicts „a blurring of physical and virtual spaces“ (see https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/06/17-predictions-for-our-world-in-2025/. Our expert Dr. Michael Voit explains, what this will mean for #manufacturing and human-machine-interaction on the #shopfloor.

         

  • The technologies available such as people recognition, face detection, tracking, etc will become more robust, so they can be applied to use cases in manufacturing. Companies then benefit from faster logistics and material flow, the counting of staff in a U-shape assembly and the automatic calculation of OEE based on the number of assembly workers. When using AI, e.g. Deep Learning, it will make the systems more efficient and user friendly.
  • The availability of #perception and tracking leads to new forms of assisting systems on the shopfloor. They ‚realize‘ automatically what is happening in manufacturing and #assembly and provide role-based information to the users. Instead of automation of single steps of operation future human-machine-interaction will combine the best of both worlds: human capabilities and machine reliability. 

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07.05.2021

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