Philips Innovation Services

Company: Philips Innovation Services

Website: www.innovationservices.philips.com

Address: Philipsstrasse 8, 52068 Aachen, Germany

Contact: Dirk Wagemann (Tel: +49 (0)241 539 4248, d.wagemann(at)philips.com)

 

Company Profile:

Philips Innovation Services offers access to a range of advanced innovation services, expertise and high-tech facilities across the whole innovation process. Our Main Services extend from concept creation support, product and process development, prototyping and small series production, equipment development, quality and reliability, industrialization, right through to sustainability and industrial consulting.

We serve over 500 customers in different parts of the world, ranging from start-ups and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to multinationals and collaborative knowledge institutes. Drawing on decades of experience at the forefront of technology, our services are founded on extensive knowledge across many high-tech competences.

950 technical experts:

  • 90 competences
  • 450 mechatronic engineers
  • 100 software engineers
  • 200 experts on quality and reliability
  • 50 material analysts
  • 40 thin film engineers
  • 60 engineers and technologists for prototyping and small series
  • 50 electronics design engineers
  • 60 industry consultants

High-tech infrastructure:

  • 25.000 m2 labs and clean rooms
  • 3.500 m2 pilot factory

Philips Innovation Services, Main Office
High Tech Campus 7
5656 AE Eindhoven
The Netherlands
Phone: +31 40 27 48060

Service Centers: Eindhoven (NL), Turnhout (BE), Aachen (DE), Pila (PL), Shanghai (CN)

 

Expertise description:

Our department covers the full range of system integration, starting with a study phase until final acceptance by the customer:

  • Study, definition and selection of a suitable robot and sensors depending on the robot-task (some parameters are range, speed, force, life time, customer request…)
  • Mechanical and electrical integration
  • Data handling (product identification, process data…)
  • Programming the robot, the corresponding interfaces (up/downstream), interface to and programming of the Module-Controller (Logistics Controller)
  • Interface to and programming of the Data Base Management Systems (if applicable)

Typically, already realized applications:

  • 6-achses robots for handling applications (approx. 20pcs in diverse modules, machines or lines)
  • SCARA robots for handling or palletizing applications (approx. 100 pcs)
  • SCARA robots for wafer handling (approx. 20 pcs)
  • Vacuum and cleanroom robots (approx. 20 pcs)
  • Robots from KUKA, Epson, Mitsubishi, Brooks, Isel and Hirata
  • Most Applications running 24/7 in industrial production environment
  • Tact Times below 3sec/pcs if needed
  • High Uptimes and low MTTR (mean time to recover) through special operator guidance (production line state display 60")
  • Low operator manning (typically 0.5 FTE/machine, depending on complexity)
  • Fast change over within one product category enabled by usage of product types in software, automatic gripper exchange…

Advanced Competence Development:

  • Vision Systems for bin gripping
  • Self-learning and adaptive system, sensor intelligence
  • Reconfigurable Manufacturing Cell

Integration miscellaneous:

  • Usage of Siemens S7 and Beckhoff PLC
  • Siemens Integrated Safety and light barriers or fencing
  • Vision systems for online control or inspection
  • IO modules and diverse bus systems (PB, EtherCat, Ethernet,...)
  • Traceability systems and part identification
  • Automatic gripper interchange
  • Sensor intelligence (Vision, gripper, force, pressure)

 

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