Mathey Wiesbeck

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Today's manufacturing and assembly systems have to be flexible to adapt quickly to an increasing number and variety of products, and changing market volumes. To manage these dynamics, several production concepts (e.g., flexible, reconfigurable, changeable or autonomous manufacturing and assembly systems) were proposed and partly realized in the past years.(More)
Traditional systems for digital assistance in manual assembly, e.g. optical displays at the work place, are inherently suboptimal for providing efficient and ergonomically feasible worker guidance. The display of sequential instructions does not offer an increase in productivity beyond a certain degree. Little situational support and the resulting(More)
This article presents an integrated framework for multi-modal adaptive cognitive technical systems to guide, assist and observe human workers in complex manual assembly environments. The demand for highly flexible construction facilities obviously contradicts longer training and preparation phases of human workers. By giving context-aware building(More)
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