程方: Enhanced Industrial Measurement assisted by Augmented Reality
编辑日期2017-09-27 作者： 阅读次数：184 次
工作单位：Advanced Remanufacturing and Technology Centre, Singapore
Dr Cheng Fang received his PhD from Hefei University of Technology in 2010. From 2010 to 2013, He worked as post-doc research fellow in National Taiwan University and Nanyang Technological University (Singapore). Before 2013 his research work was focusing on metrology, optical instrumentation and precision engineering. Currently he is working as Technical Leader in Advanced Remanufacturing and Technology Centre, Singapore. His research interests include surface metrology, in-situ inspection, machine vision and Augmented Reality. His research team is working on both industrial solutions on vision inspection and academic research on surface metrology, covering Technical Readiness Level from 3 to 7.
Industry 4.0 has higher requirements on automation and data exchange than ever before. It brings new challenges to industrial measurement and inspection, including in-situ measurement, real-time data transfer, physical transport minimization and on-site decision making. In this report, new technologies for in-situ measurement / inspection are discussed, including automated surface adaptive scanning, dynamic image capturing and processing, fast scanning path generation for reverse engineering and remote assistance for on-site decision making. The proposed measurement / inspection process can be performed in a same cyber-physical manufacturing system. Augmented Reality (AR) also plays an important role in such cyber-physical system. By integrating logic object with physical world, AR visualize processing results on site and help the operator to take further action immediately. Three case studies are included in this report, demonstrating how enhanced industrial measurement improves the process reliability, reduces the cost and shorten the cycle time.