Application of Augmented Reality in Statistical Process Control, to Increment the Productivity in Manufacture

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Abstract

In education from the standpoint of looking for new techniques to train staff more efficiently, especially when they have a lot of turnover of employees, the technology always helps to improve on this area. For the statistical process control, data acquisition of the manufacturing processes is very important and this can be affected if the technician who use the measure tools doesn't know how to use them correctly. On the other hand augmented reality (AR) is an alternative to the traditional training methods, where one can receive instructions on real-time on which tool use and how to use it depending of what is measuring. It's proposed on this work, if augmented reality can improve time to train a person and with this spend less money and have better prepared staff. For this experiment two groups of young engineers were given a set of instructions to do a quality process measuring. On one team a manual instructions was provided and on the other team an application of augmented reality where the subject can watch on site the instructions on real time of the process. With the analysis of the results it was determined that the group with the augmented do the process up to 30% faster and with less money than the group with the manual instructions, and also analyze the future works about this subject.

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Ramírez, H., Mendoza, E., Mendoza, M., & González, E. (2015). Application of Augmented Reality in Statistical Process Control, to Increment the Productivity in Manufacture. In Procedia Computer Science (Vol. 75, pp. 213–220). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2015.12.240

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