SMART-PDM showcased project results in a Special Session at IEEE IECON 2021
A special session entitled “Predictive Maintenance Architectures and Applications for Industrial Systems” was organised to showcase SMART-PDM’s results during the Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IECON), that took place on 13-16 October 2021.
The session was co-organised by Luis Lino Ferreira from ISEP, Portugal, Barış Bulut from Enforma, Turkey, both involved in project SMART-PDM, and Goreti Marreiros (ISEP, Portugal) who is involved in a parallel ITEA project entitled PIANISM.
The following six peer-reviewed papers submitted from around the world were presented at the event:
- LSTM-based Anomaly Detection for Railway Vehicle Air-conditioning Unit using Monitoring Data by Toshihide Yokouchi (Railway Technical Research Institute, Japan)
- Smart Machine Box with Early Failure Detection for Automatic Tool Changer Subsystem of CNC Machine Tool in the Production Line by Shang-Chih Lin (Intelligent Manufacturing Development Center, Taiwan)
- Autonomous CPSoS for Cognitive Large Manufacturing Industries by Felix Jesus Villanueva (University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)
- Flexible Architecture for Data-Driven Predictive Maintenance with Support for Offline and Online Machine Learning Techniques by Alda Canito (ISEP, Portugal)
- Predictive Maintenance of home appliances: Focus on Washing Machines by Luis Lino Ferreira (ISEP, Portugal)
- Automated Pipe Inspection Based on Image Processing by Veysel Yüksel (TÜBİTAK RUTE, Turkey)
The session papers provided the audience with a fresh outlook on the recent predictive maintenance applications.
In particular, the paper that emerged from SMART-PDM captured the common work carried out by ISEP (Portugal), VPS (Portugal), and Enforma (Turkey). It focused on SMART-PDM architecture for data acquisition from home appliances with predictive maintenance results from a washing machine. Also worth mentioning is the paper presented by Alda Canito since it was co-authored by Goreti Marreiros, who was also the session co-organiser and is involved in PIANISM. Such collaborations demonstrated not only the inter-partner added value of SMART-PDM, but they were also a nice exercise between the two ITEA projects.