Dassault Systemes Foundation – India (DS Foundation) is funding a project on 3DEXPERIENCE Twin with a focus on designing a course as well as the development of automated storage and retrieval system (ASRS) as an education kit to complement the course.
- Design a course on 3DEXPERIENCE Twin encompassing digital thread, monitoring, and control of production processes, and integrating the virtual world and physical world
- Design and development of automated storage and retrieval system (ASRS) as an educational kit, and implement corresponding 3DEXPERIENCE Twin to support previously mentioned a course on 3DEXPERIENCE Twin
- Focus on hands-on experience
- Planning and design of hardware components (both physical and electronic) and design of software components of ASRS,
- CAD modeling, simulation, and validation, manufacturing/procurement and assembly,
- Automation programming and validation of ASRS,
- Implementing software components to exchange data to and from ASRS,
- Implement user interface and real-time visualization of ASRS,
- Connecting the physical world and virtual world, and validation of 3DEXPERIENCE Twin, and
- (Digital) content development for a course on 3DEXPERIENCE Twin.
- At least 500 students will have access to this content in the next one-year time,
- At least 10 students engage in developing the course and another at least 5 students in improvising this content in the next one year,
- 3DEXPERIENCE Twin course content (e.g., syllabus, design, code) will be made accessible to the students from other institutes,
- Engagement with the local industries and institutes, and
- Publication of articles in reputed journals and conferences.
Prof. Sachin Karadgi from Department of Automation & Robotics (A&R) heads the project. The team consists of students from the 8th semester doing a capstone project. Additionally, 6th semester students carrying out their minor projects. Below is organization structure:
Furthermore, the students are grouped into smaller teams and are working on various work packages in parallel as shown below. Here, the team consists of both 8th and 6th semester students. Currently, the progress is made in the area of ASRS design, testing of various machine communication protocols and preparation of digital content.
For more information, please contact Prof. Karadgi at email@example.com.