1st Status Meeting ARVIDA

At the halfway point of the project, ARVIDA held its 1st status meeting in Isenbüttel near Wolfsburg from 22 to 23 April 2015

The BMBF-funded ARVIDA joint project, which includes 22 partners from industry, SME and science, has the objective of researching an interoperable system environment for virtual technology (VT) applications. In order to do this, ARVIDA develops a service-oriented reference architecture as a new basis for modular VT systems. These VT systems can be flexibly composed from services, thereby overcoming the current disadvantages of a monolithic system environment that predominantly includes proprietary platforms. In this way, ARVIDA and the project partners aim at simplifying and accelerating the product creation process in the medium term.

The 1st status meeting included both overview and expert lectures as well as an exhibition of the results that have so far been achieved. Apart from the lectures on the architecture and employed technologies, lectures from the application areas were another focal point.

Lectures

Lecture topics day 1Speaker
Welcome and introduction, organisational mattersProf. Dr. W. Schreiber, Volkswagen
Automobility as a cybernetic systemW. Müller-Pietralla, Volkswagen
Industry 4.0 - initial experienceDr. W. Horn, Bosch Rexroth
Objectives of the publicly funded projects from the BMBF's perspectiveI. Ruhmann, BMBF
Introduction into the exhibition and overviewProf. Dr. W. Schreiber, Volkswagen
VIP tour for guestsProf. Dr. W. Schreiber, Volkswagen
Comments regarding the project statusH. Mader, DLR
The ARVIDA reference architectureDr. H. Hoffmann, DFKI
From data to pixels: visualisation services of the ARVIDA architectureJ. Behr, Fraunhofer IGD
Rule-based composition languageA. Harth, Karlsruhe Institute for Technology
Evaluation of the ARVIDA reference architecture - methods and resultsR. Blach, Fraunhofer IAO
Heterogeneous tracking systems in the ARVIDA reference architectureF. Pankratz, TU München
Tracking and environment detection, overviewD. Pustka, ART
Marker-free outside-in trackingD. Pustka, ART
Tracking approaches for low-texture objects and large volumesDr. S. Lieberknecht, metaio
Standardisation of tracking and visualisation services Dr. P. Keitler, EXTEND3D
Depth image-based hand pose estimations for complex scenariosDr. U. Canzler, CanControls
Lecture topics day 2Speaker
Welcome and introduction Prof. Dr. W. Schreiber, Volkswagen
Overview of application projects and exhibitionProf. Dr. W. Schreiber, Volkswagen
TP 3.1 Generic application scenario - motion capturingDr. M. Prieur, Daimler
TP 3.1.2 Ergonomics simulation in commercial vehiclesR. Stechow, Daimler
TP 3.1.3 Cost-effective tracking systems for validating manual work
processes
M. Otto, Daimler/ Dr. P. Keitler, EXTEND3D
TP 3.2 Generic application scenario - target/actual comparisonI. Staack, ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems
TP 3.2.1 Analytical mixed reality for manufacturability assessment in the
automotive industry
F. Peschel, Daimler Protics
TP 3.2.2 Mixed-reality fabricationL. Jonescheit, ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems
TP 3.3 Generic application scenario - worker assistanceDr. J. Tümler, Volkswagen
TP 3.3.3 Mixed-reality engineeringI. Staack, ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems
TP 3.3.4 Mobile projection-based assistance systemsE. Jundt, Volkswagen
TP 3.3.5 Maintenance and trainingDr. J. Tümler, Volkswagen
TP 3.4 Generic application scenario - product validation/experienceF. Scheer, Daimler Protics
TP 3.4.2 The digital vehicle experienceF. Scheer, Daimler Protics
TP 3.4.3 Interactive projection seating buckS. Benkhardt, Volkswagen
Summary and conclusionProf. Dr. W. Schreiber, Volkswagen

Poster 1st Status Meeting

SubprojectProject No.PartnerContent
Architecture1.0DFKIARVIDA Architecture
Architecture1.3.1FhG IGD
REST conform Allocation and Preparation
Technology2.1MetaioEdge Illumination
Technology2.2ARTMarkerless Outside-In-Tracking
Applications3.1.2DaimlerErgonomics in Utility Vehicles Part 1
Applications3.1.2DaimlerErgonomics in Utility Vehicles Part 2
Applications3.1.3DaimlerCost Effective Tracking Systems
Applications3.2.1Daimler Protics
Analytic Mixed Reality Part 1
Applications3.2.1Daimler ProticsAnalytic Mixed Reality Part 2
Applications3.2.2ThyssenKrupp
Manufacturing without Drawing
Applications3.3.3SiemensREST Interface Teamcenter
Applications3.3.3ThyssenKruppConstruction Manual
Applications3.3.3ThyssenKruppConstruction Planning
Applications3.3.3ThyssenKruppIntelligent Scheme
Applications3.3.4VolkswagenMobile Projektion based Assistence
Applications3.3.5VolkswagenMaintenance and Training
Applications3.4.2Daimler ProticsDigital Vehicle Experience
Applications3.4.2DFKIThe Digital Vehicle Experience
Applications3.4.2SickThe Digital Vehicle Experience
Applications3.4.3VolkswagenInteractive Projection Mock-Up