Design for serviceability begins with understanding the customer needs related to availability, reliability, accessibility and visibility, and aims at designing optimized systems where maintenance operations are easy and intuitive in order to reduce the time to repair and service costs. However, service actions are difficult to predict in front of a traditional CAD model. In this context, digital manufacturing tools and virtual simulation technologies can be validly used to create mixed digital environments where service tasks can be simulated in advance to support product design and improve maintenance actions. Furthermore, the use of human monitoring sensors can be used to detect the stressful conditions and to optimize the human tasks. The paper proposes a mixed reality (MR) set-up where operators are digitalized and monitored to analyse both physical and cognitive ergonomics. It is useful to predict design criticalities and improve the global system design. An industrial case study has been developed in collaboration with CNH Industrial to demonstrate how the proposed set-up is used for design for serviceability, on the basis of experimental evidence.
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Titolo:||A mixed-reality digital set-up to support design for serviceability|
|Autore/i:||Peruzzini, Margherita; Grandi, Fabio; Pellicciari, Marcello; Campanella, Claudia Elisabetta|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||10.1016/j.promfg.2018.10.089|
|Citazione:||A mixed-reality digital set-up to support design for serviceability / Peruzzini, Margherita; Grandi, Fabio; Pellicciari, Marcello; Campanella, Claudia Elisabetta. - In: PROCEDIA MANUFACTURING. - ISSN 2351-9789. - 17(2018), pp. 499-506.|
|Tipologia||Relazione in Atti di Convegno|
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