Publicado en 3C Empresa – Volume 11, Issue 2 (Ed. 50)
Quality Control (QC) has recently emerged as a significant global trend among manufacturers, adopting intelligent manufacturing practices in view of Industry 4.0 requirements. Intelligent manufacturing is the process of enhancing production through the use of cutting-edge technologies, sensor integration, analytics, and the Internet of Things (IoT). The proposed paper mainly focuses on the study of the scope and the evolution of quality control techniques from conventional practices to intelligent approaches along with the state of art technologies in place. The challenges faced in building intelligent QC systems, in terms of security, system integration, Interoperability, and Humanrobot collaboration, are highlighted. Surface defect detection has evolved as a critical QC application in modern manufacturing setups to ensure high-quality products with high market demand. Further, the recent trends and issues involved in surface defect detection using intelligent QC techniques are discussed. The methodology of implementing surface defect detection on cement wall surfaces using the Haar Cascade Classifier is discussed.
Quality Control, Industry 4.0, Internet of Things, Intelligent manufacturing, Interoperability, cuttingedge technologies, analytics, surface defect detection.