Development of final projects in engineering degrees around an industry 4.0-oriented flexible manufacturing system: preliminary outcomes and some initial considerations

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Development of final projects in engineering degrees around an industry 4.0-oriented flexible manufacturing system: preliminary outcomes and some initial considerations

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Title: Development of final projects in engineering degrees around an industry 4.0-oriented flexible manufacturing system: preliminary outcomes and some initial considerations
Author: González Pérez, Isaías; Calderón Godoy, Antonio José
Abstract: Nuevos paradigmas como la Industria 4.0, la Internet Industrial de las Cosas (IIoT), o los sistemas ciberfísicos industriales (ICPS) han estado impactando en el entorno de la manufactura en los últimos años. Sin embargo, estos conceptos desafiantes también se están enfrentando desde el campo de la educación: Los estudiantes de ingeniería deben adquirir conocimientos y habilidades bajo la visión de estos marcos. Este documento describe la utilización de un sistema de fabricación flexible (FMS) orientado a la Industria 4.0 como una herramienta educativa para desarrollar proyectos finales (FP) de grados de ingeniería. Un FMS cubre una serie de ámbitos, como la automatización, la supervisión, la instrumentación, las comunicaciones y la robótica. La utilización de un FMS con fines educativos comenzó en el año académico 2011-2012 y sigue activa. Aquí se exponen los FMS más ilustrativos y se informa de los resultados académicos satisfactorios. Además, se ofrece un conjunto de consideraciones iniciales basadas en la experiencia adquirida por los tutores de FP.New paradigms such as the Industry 4.0, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), or industrial cyber-physical systems (ICPSs) have been impacting the manufacturing environment in recent years. Nevertheless, these challenging concepts are also being faced from the educational field: Engineering students must acquire knowledge and skills under the view of these frameworks. This paper describes the utilization of an Industry 4.0-oriented flexible manufacturing system (FMS) as an educational tool to develop final projects (FPs) of engineering degrees. A number of scopes are covered by an FMS, such as automation, supervision, instrumentation, communications, and robotics. The utilization of an FMS with educational purposes started in the academic year 2011–2012 and still remains active. Here, the most illustrative FPs are expounded, and successful academic outcomes are reported. In addition, a set of initial considerations based on the experience acquired by the FP tutors is provided.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10662/10330
Date: 2018


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