If you want to be at the forefront and lead the electrification process, it is necessary to invest large amounts of money to build those models and structures that will help the technologies to be implemented in all the models that will be launched in the coming days. This is the case of Audi, which has been focused part of its development in a center qThis will make production processes more effective and thus boost the mass production of what will be the next generation of intelligent vehicles in the automotive sector.
In the European firm, they have known that it is essential to work in several areas at once, but above all, enhance the testing of new technologies that will help the next models to be the clear reference. To change that trend, in 2021 the brand with the four rings created the Audi Production Lab.
Since then, henning Löser’s team has tested sIntelligent assistance systems that employees support with new versions in the gear between the person and the machine. These processes save resources and continuously develop and improve the safety of procedures and the ergonomics of the workplace.
With the intention that the manufacturing process and the reliability of its models are practically perfect, 5G technology has been incorporated into the factory, that allows to check the status of the manufacture in an interconnected and digitized way. The technologies that have occupied P-Lab workers over the past ten years have changed significantly. They work on the principle of “higher, faster, farther away”. Löser explains it this way: “Improving production is like a competitive sport. That means we use more cameras, more sensors and, above all, more algorithms in production.”. However, the system must operate permanently. “You have to make things as simple as possible. That way they won’t break.” adds the head of the P-Lab.
Advancing in information transmission processes for years, Audi has known generate a unique working model, where from the most basic structure, as is the case of the workshop, it has constant data exchange, something that will help to enhance distribution and logistics.