BaSys 4.0 is a BMBF-funded project aimed at making production processes more efficient.
Production processes that can be efficiently transformed are one of the central challenges for staying internationally competitive. Products are produced in more and more variants and in smaller quantities. Production costs must be kept low. The BaSys 4.0 project, funded by the BMBF, targets that. It is intended to develop an operating system for production facilities that enables the efficient changeability of production processes.
KUKA is focusing on the integration of robot technology into the architecture developed by the BaSys project. The solution concepts developed with the 15 project partners include the definition and implementation of an architectural model including its robot-specific interfaces as well as the simulation and visualization of versatile production processes. In addition, it is planned to create application modules that can be reused in different production facilities.
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