Virtual dashboards in pilot production environments

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Abstract

Development cycles encompass an overwhelming arsenal of data, tools, methods and techniques. They relate to many different types of stakeholders, with different perspectives, objectives and interests. Also, there are many differences in fields of expertise, languages/jargon, system levels, cultures and opinions that complicate multi-stakeholder decision making. Even if unequivocal information and/or Digital Twins are available, shared and unambiguous understanding in decision making is not obvious. Virtual Dashboards allow stakeholders to identify with any subset of the perspectives involved, because the insight in the information is presented in an autorarchic manner. This implies that the information content is filtered and presented according to perspective(s) of the specific stakeholders involved. Virtual Dashboards build on the realm of information, models, scenarios, simulations, tools and techniques available, allowing stakeholders to address specific subjects or aspects of e.g. a production environment. To make the Virtual Dashboards as instrumental as possible, different ways of making the information insightful are combined. This ranges from smart information sets, via simulations, infographics, 3D models and visualisations to full-blown Virtual Reality or Augmented Reality applications. Depending on the way in which the information is accessed, Virtual Dashboards are especially appropriate to connect to and control remote locations. Moreover, a Virtual Dashboard can ostensibly integrate multiple environments into one coherent entirety.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Conference on Competitive Manufacturing (COMA 19) Proceedings
EditorsDimiter Dimitrov, Devon Hagendorn-Hansen, Konrad von Leipzig
Place of PublicationStellenbosch
Pages22-27
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jan 2019
EventInternational Conference on Competitive Manufacturing, COMA 2019: Knowledge valorisation in the age of digitalization - Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch, South Africa
Duration: 30 Jan 20191 Feb 2019
Conference number: 7
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Conference

ConferenceInternational Conference on Competitive Manufacturing, COMA 2019
Abbreviated titleCOMA
CountrySouth Africa
CityStellenbosch
Period30/01/191/02/19
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Decision making
Arsenals
Augmented reality
Remote control
Virtual reality
Visualization

Keywords

  • Virtual dashboard
  • Digital twin
  • Pilot production environment

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Lutters, E., de Lange, J., & Damgrave, R. G. J. (2019). Virtual dashboards in pilot production environments. In D. Dimitrov, D. Hagendorn-Hansen, & K. von Leipzig (Eds.), International Conference on Competitive Manufacturing (COMA 19) Proceedings (pp. 22-27). Stellenbosch.
Lutters, Eric ; de Lange, Jos ; Damgrave, Roy Gerhardus Johannes. / Virtual dashboards in pilot production environments. International Conference on Competitive Manufacturing (COMA 19) Proceedings. editor / Dimiter Dimitrov ; Devon Hagendorn-Hansen ; Konrad von Leipzig. Stellenbosch, 2019. pp. 22-27
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Lutters, E, de Lange, J & Damgrave, RGJ 2019, Virtual dashboards in pilot production environments. in D Dimitrov, D Hagendorn-Hansen & K von Leipzig (eds), International Conference on Competitive Manufacturing (COMA 19) Proceedings. Stellenbosch, pp. 22-27, International Conference on Competitive Manufacturing, COMA 2019, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 30/01/19.

Virtual dashboards in pilot production environments. / Lutters, Eric; de Lange, Jos ; Damgrave, Roy Gerhardus Johannes.

International Conference on Competitive Manufacturing (COMA 19) Proceedings. ed. / Dimiter Dimitrov; Devon Hagendorn-Hansen; Konrad von Leipzig. Stellenbosch, 2019. p. 22-27.

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Lutters E, de Lange J, Damgrave RGJ. Virtual dashboards in pilot production environments. In Dimitrov D, Hagendorn-Hansen D, von Leipzig K, editors, International Conference on Competitive Manufacturing (COMA 19) Proceedings. Stellenbosch. 2019. p. 22-27