Analysis with Manikin for improved geometrical quality during manual assembly (AMIGO)

Analysis with Manikin for improved geometrical quality during manual assembly (AMIGO)

Project time: 2020 – 2022

Budget: 12 150 000 kronor

Analysis with Manikin for improved geometrical quality during manual assembly (AMIGO)

The goal of the project is to analytically determine the complexity level of manual assembly operations with the aid of a manikin to achieve better geometric quality. The project intends to take traditionally soft values and convert them into hard numbers and facts that can be proactively incorporated into new products and systems.
The news is to fusion two research tracks into one. In one track, the basis for the relationship between assembly ergonomics and geometric quality has been explored and an assessment criteria for assembly ergonomic complexity have been developed and implemented in a CAT tool. In the second track, a biomechanical model of a human has been developed to virtually model, simulate and optimize an operator’s movements during assembly.
The aim is to develop a comprehensive solution that enables you to simulate and proactively predict a system solution with regards to both the product quality and the fitter’s conditions and working environment. In addition to this, a completely new unique methodology will be developed to transfer deviations from the product to assembly simulation and simulate how these affect the operator’s work environment.

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