In order for industrial plants to be monitored in real time and become increasingly autonomous in the future, highly networked multi-sensor systems and state-of-the-art microelectronics are required for optimal data acquisition and use. In this context, Fraunhofer IDMT in Oldenburg is further developing its intelligent acoustic sensor systems for industrial condition monitoring as well as related AI methods. The work is being carried out as part of the BMBF-funded project »KI-MUSIK 4.0« using, among other things, the use case of anomaly detection on pneumatic actuators - in particular for the early detection of compressed air leaks.
Hearing, speech and audio technology for i4.0: Safe and economical solutions in industry and production
In addition, the experts from the Oldenburg Branch for Hearing, Speech and Audio Technology will present other industry-related solutions, such as the documented clicking into place of plug connectors, speech-based documentation or voice-control of machines, and smart hearing protection that enables crystal-clear communication with humans and machines at the noisy workplace.