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科技部新聞稿:台北國際工具機展 GLORIA引領企業智慧製造升級新契機

智慧機械與製造是臺灣甚至全球企業升級的重要關鍵,科技部與中華民國對外貿易發展協會、臺灣機械工業同業公會共同合作,整合6個科技部國際產學聯盟(Global Research & Industry Alliance, GLORIA)今(7)日於台北國際工具機展舉辦「 智慧製造創新應用論壇」,針對智慧製造、精密量測、系統控制到平台整合等,進行技術與趨勢觀測發表,為企業智慧製造升級打造新契機。

 

論壇首先由中興大學講座教授兼副校長周至宏教授,針對全球機械業近年發展遇到的挑戰與趨勢觀測進行分享,希望國內的機械業可以強化與學界的研究合作、進行跨領域發展以強化國際競爭力。

 

成大鄭芳田教授分享「智慧製造與工業4.1」,探討全自動虛擬量測(Automatic Virtual Metrology;AVM)技術如何結合AMCoT雲端平台系統,於不同領域實際應用。由於大量的複合材質隨著商業需求被開發出來,中興大學陳政雄教授針對這類型的先進材質,應如何以超音波進行精密加工進行技術分享;大量的自動化操作仰賴於事前輸入大量的參考數據,中央鄭永斌副教授展示的KORAT技術能協助自動化的跨系統整合測試,提升工程人員的品管工作效率。生產力4.0所採用的核心技術,包含網實整合及新的服務營運模式,中原大學王世明教授針對使用者情境與可能整合的技術進行分享,提供企業更多元的使用者情境與可能的解決方案。

 

除了學界的技術與研究成果分享,雙葉電子的陳聖翔副理及網連科技林鼎皓總經理做為產業界代表,也共同針對製造業智慧化提出產業需求:希望學界可以提供客製化與高精準度的產線控管流程優化研究,支持臺灣產業智慧化升級。

 

科技部產學司副司長涂君怡表示,科技部於各大學推動國際產學聯盟,截至目前為止已設立18所聯盟。集結各大專院校學研能量,透過「品牌化」、「國際化」、「商品化」,協助產業需求情境與合適的學研技術成果對接提升國際市場競爭力;精密加工與系統整合領域學界多項研究成果其實已可商業應用,未來國際產學聯盟將持續協助企業媒合適合技術團隊,落實產業工業4.0發展,積極開拓臺灣智慧製造與工具機產業的藍海市場!

 

GLORIA 2019 in TIMTOS Intelligent machinery and manufacturing Innovation Forum

 

 

Intelligent machinery and manufacturing are key to industrial upgrade of Taiwan or even the world. Ministry of Science of Technology, Taiwan (MOST); Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) and Taiwan Association of Machinery Industry (TAMI) join forces to facilitate exchange of information between the industry and academia, and integrate 6 Global Research & Industry Alliance (GLORIA) projects to organize the “Intelligent Manufacturing Innovative Application Forum” at Taipei International Machine Tool Show, where observations on technology and trends of intelligent manufacturing, precision metrology, system control, to platform integration, will be presented to explore for enterprises new upgrade opportunities of intelligent manufacturing.

 

The forum will first feature Chair Professor Jyh-Horng Chou, who is also the Vice President of National Chung Hsing University, to share observations on challenges and trends of recent global development of the machinery industry, hoping domestic machinery industry can strengthen collaboration with the academia and enhance international competitiveness through interdisciplinary development.

 

Professor Fan-TienCheng of National Cheng Kung University will give a presentation on “Intelligent Manufacturing and Industry 4.1,” exploring how Automatic Virtual Metrology (AVM) can be integrated with AMCoT for different practical applications in various domains. Since a large number of composite materials have been developed in response to commercial needs, Professor Jenq-Shyong Chen of National Chung Hsing University will share on how to utilize supersonic for precision processing of such types of advanced materials; extensive automatic operations require entering a large amount of reference data in advance, and the KORAT technology presented by Associate Professor Yung-Pin Cheng of National Central University can assist integrated automatic test across systems to enhance quality control and efficiency of engineering staff. Productivity 4.0 adopts core technologies including Cyber Physical System and business model of new services, and Professor Wang, Shih-Ming of Chung Yuan Christian University will share on user scenarios and possible integrated technologies, offering enterprises more diverse user scenarios and potential solutions.

 

In addition to the academia sharing technologies and research results, Assistant Manager Sebastian Chen of Taiwan Futaba Electronics Corporation and President Lin Ting-hao of TANGRAM Technology are both representatives of the industry, and they jointly propose the industry’s needs for intelligent manufacturing—hoping that the academia can launch studies on the optimization of control and management procedures for customized and high-precision production lines, supporting intelligent upgrade of Taiwanese enterprises.

 

Deputy Director General Chun-Yi Tu of the Department of Academia-Industry Collaboration and Science Park Affairs points out that MOST is launching GLORIA in universities, and has already established 18 GLORIA projects to date. Gathering the research energy of all the colleges and universities, GLORIA helps bridge demand scenarios of industries with suitable research outcomes to enhance competitiveness in the international market. Outcomes of several academic studies in the areas of precision processing and system integration can already be applied commercially, and GLORIA will continue to match enterprises with appropriate technical teams in the future to facilitate the development of Industry 4.0, and actively explore the blue ocean of Taiwan’s intelligent manufacturing and machine tool industries!

 

Media Contact

Mr. James C.Y. Wu

Department of Academia-Industrial Collaboration and Science Park Affairs, Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST)

Tel : +886-2737-7279

E-mail: cywu@most.gov.tw

 

科技部國際產學聯盟(Global Research & Industry Alliance, GLORIA)於台北國際工具機展舉辦「智慧製造創新應用論壇」。

更新日期 : 2019/03/11