Research Projects

MAIPCO

Metodologie Avanzate di Ispezione e Controllo dei processi produttivi di strutture complesse in composito

Sector

Aeronautics

Product/Objective

The project focused on the development of highly automated on-line and off-line inspection and control technologies for production processes, which have enabled a significant reduction in production costs, increasing the competitiveness of the industrial partners in the project.

Project Summary

The MAIPCO project concerns defect analysis in the production of complex composite components in the aeronautical sector and has developed new methodologies to reduce these defects.

Innovation

1. An automatic artificial vision and signal analysis system with robotic movement (AVRIS) for the validation of assemblies (fuselage, transmission systems, stabilizer, fin);

2. The AVRIS System automatically identifies the presence / absence of the parts, their correct installation and the presence of the fixings.

ES Role

EnginSoft was involved in developing a methodology to manage the paths of Remote Piloted Aircraft Systems with respect to unforeseen events.

Partners

DTA - DISTRETTO TECNOLOGICO AEROSPAZIALE, AGUSTA WESTLAND, ALENIA AERMACCHI SPA, CETMA - TECHNOLOGIES DESIGN AND MATERIALS EUROPEAN RESEARCH CENTRE, ENGINSOFT SPA, UNIVERSITÀ DEL SALENTO

Funding Scheme

Funding Scheme MIUR Programma Operativo Nazionale (PON 03) “Ricerca e Competitività” | Call identifier MIUR DD 713/Ric. Del 29/10/2013

MAIPCO

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Duration

28 months

Period

2015 - 2018

Coordinator

Distretto Tecnologico Aerospaziale (DTA) scarl

Reference in EnginSoft

Vito Primavera

Partners Number

6

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