DOI: 10.17586/2226-1494-2017-17-6-1171-1176


DIGITALIZATION OF PROJECT AND PRODUCTION PROCEDURES AS A TOOL FOR INSTRUMENTATION DESIGN AUTOMATION IN INDUSTRY 4.0

A. V. Guryanov, A. V. Shukalov , D. A. Zakoldaev, I. O. Zharinov, M. O. Kostishin


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For citation: Gurjanov A.V., Shukalov A.V., Zakoldaev D.A., Zharinov I.O., Kostishin M.O. Digitalization of project and production procedures as a tool for instrumentation design automation in Industry 4.0. Scientific and Technical Journal of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics , 2017, vol. 17, no. 6, pp. 1171–1176 (in Russian). doi: 10.17586/2226-1494-2017-17-6-1171-1176

Abstract
We propose organization schemes for project and production procedures in industrial companies when performing full-scale experiments on instrument-making products. The paper also presents control flow chart for correction of design, program and technological documentation in the product life cycle. We define the procedures which digitalization allows for the automation of development and subsequent documentation support. This process is aimed at transition of the industrial companies to functioning under the conditions of the digital economy according to the Industry 4.0 production standard. The study shows that implementation effect for the most advanced industrial technologies can be achieved by applying the Internet of Things and the imitation modeling technologies using the product digital models as a component of the engineering workstation. The work results can be used to develop the automation design algorithms for instrument-making (machine-building) digital production that is functioning in the digital economy conditions of the Industry 4.0 production standard.

Keywords: design, production, automation, testing, Industry 3.0, Industry 4.0

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