Industry 4.0 assembly line using mixed reality and data lake systems.

  • 1 University of Science and Technology AGH, Poland


This article presents an Industry 4.0 assembly line that employs mixed reality (MR) and data lake systems to optimize the assembly process. MR devices such as HoloLens are used to provide operators with real-time assistance. The data generated by the MR devices is stored in a data lake system, which allows for real-time monitoring of the assembly process. This case study demonstrates the potential for MR and data lake systems to revolutionize traditional manufacturing processes and improve productivity and quality in Industry 4.0.



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