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Automation Technologies 2/2014

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Automation Technologies 2/2014

AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGIES

AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGIES Quality Control 4.0 Thomas Liebig Industrial production of the future will be characterized by the demand for mass customization, micrometer critical dimensions, higher throughput and increased cost of resources and labor and ultimately: 100% automated factories and 100% quality control. This quality control is capable of evaluating every product in real time with respect to the properties being critical to its quality (CTQs). Therefore it has to be in immediate proximity to the machine, instantaneous and without interfering with the production process.

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