September 15, 2021
After many virtual meetings, our partners from AEROTECNIC and TECNALIA Research & Innovation finally meet for a workshop at AEROTECNIC premises in Cadiz (Spain).
In conclusion of the use-case detailed definition phase and as one of the first actions of the technical development phase, TECNALIA visited the workshop of AEROTECNIC in Cadiz (Spain). It has been the culmination of a series of virtual meetings between the two ODIN partners where they have worked together to share the understanding of the current workflow of AEROTECNIC processes and to define in detail the ODIN implementation for the aeronautics use-case.
As main outcome, during the visit, the ODIN team was able to clarify with the personnel directly working in the workshop, some of the technical questions that arouse in the previous virtual meetings. Questions such as “Will the current drilling template attachment system be sufficient to fulfill automation requirements? Which will the best configuration to grasp the FC be, for transportation purposes considering the dimensions of the FC, the robot, and the shopfloor? Which of the inspections are more prone to be automated?” have a clearer answer after the visit. The ODIN team remarks the importance of the previous series of virtual meetings to study the use-case in advance. They have been the key to maximize the outcome of the physical visit.
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