xAI based Cyber-Physical System Platform
UDMTEK will do its best to provide next-generation new value in the fields of the industry 4.0 manufacturing AI,
AI edge based automation, analytic AI platform, digital twin, and smart factory through the development of machine
language processing technology different from the existing natural language processing.
NLP (Natural Language Processing) ?
It started with the purpose of analyzing human language with a computer and translating it into another language or using it as other computational processing information. It refers to a field of artificial intelligence that allows computers to understand, process, and use language like humans.
Natural Language Processing: Google Translation Technology
NLP tries to understand human language with a computer, and it focuses on language conversion, information search, Q&A system, automatic document classification, newspaper article clustering, and interactive agents. Google's translation system uses literal and intermediate languages ​​for expansion. For example, English-Korean and English-German are translated directly, while Korean-German is translated through English in the middle.
MLP (machine language Processing) ?
MLP was firstly developed by UDMTEK for providing necessary services by analyzing and understanding the running machine language with a computer. Like Google Translate technology, it uses UDML in a common language format to understand various control languages. MLP makes it possible to perform control logic inspection, control logic generation, reproduction like a black-box, productivity improvement, and quality analysis, abnormality detection, preventive maintenance, etc.
MLP related Solutions
UDMTEK developed an integrated smart factory solution by grasping the relationship between static and dynamic information related to machine control using machine language processing. PLC eXpert, which can be used in the control program design stage, analyzes the static information of the control program to detect design errors before commissioning. Besides, Profiler, Tracker, Black Box, etc. can be used to detect, reproduce, improve productivity and quality of the process by analyzing dynamic information of the operating process.
Domain problem-specific S/W and Service
UDMTEK continuously automatically analyzes, reproduces, and learns automation domain problems through machine language processing, and provides S/W and various services that can be easily explained to general users and domain engineers.
It is a company that applied UDMTEK CPS SOLUTION.
News & Trends
UDMTEK paying attention to the digital twin
      UDMTek paying attention to the digital twin“AI is the most experienced engineer in the factory in the future”     Company A's Seoul headquarters integrated monitoring center. Virtual reality (VR)-based screens are floating on dozens of monitors. The names of places such as Frankfurt in Germany, Alabama in the United States, and Zhangjiagang in China are written on each. Floating on the screen is the VR image of each overseas factory. It is a cyber factory that reproduces the actual factory in real time.   At that time, a red light comes on in one of the Frankfurt factory lines. There was a problem with one machine. Staff at the monitoring center analyze the information sent by the machine to quickly find out what went wrong and fix the problem. This is thanks to the artificial intelligence (AI) installed in the center system that provided solutions to similar failures in the past. 'If it was like before, you would have had to contact the machine manufacturer and send it to Frankfurt… .’ The center staff recalls the past and leaves work on time.“This integrated management system through cyber factories is not a distant future. We are installing systems for factories that have already automated processes. We can manage our factories in Europe and America from our headquarters in Seoul.”   On the 3rd, CEO Wang GI Nam, who met at UDMTEK office in Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, said. The hypothetical case of Company A shows the technologies that can be implemented by UDMTEK's CPS (Cyber ​​Physical System). CPS refers to the fact that the cyber factory and the physical factory work together in synchronization like twins. It means that a factory that is identical to a real factory exists in cyberspace. UDMTEK is a small and medium-sized company with the technology to create future smart factories.Global companies such as General Electric (GE) and Siemens are competitors of UDMTEK. The'digital twin' technology is gaining attention as a future technology with the spread of smart factories. Wang, who is also a professor at Ajou University's Department of Industrial Engineering, founded the company in 2007 at Ajou University's laboratory. Since its inception, it has grown in close cooperation with Hyundai-Kia Motors' production lines. Since 2015, it has begun commercialization, and has recently been supplying digital twin technology to more than 40 overseas plants of Hyundai and Kia Motors and LG Display.CEO Wang said, “Global competition is possible because we have advanced technology by using an actual workplace with Korea's best production system as a “laboratory”.”   The biggest advantage of cyber factories is the efficiency that saves time and money. In general, to build a factory, engineers design, install equipment, and test-run to catch problems to create an optimized factory. However, by using a cyber factory, optimized design is possible through virtual commissioning before even building. According to UDMTEK the production stabilization period including commissioning can be shortened by more than 40%. It is also useful for plant management and maintenance. When there is a problem on the production line, you can quickly see which machine is having a problem and what is the cause. In the past, mainly by contacting the customer service center of the company that made the device, an engineer had to go directly to the site to fix the problem. During that period, the line was forced to rest.The reason digital twin technology is considered the future technology of smart factories is that it can ultimately maximize productivity by combining with AI. CEO Wang said, “Each of the plant managers, workers, and engineers has the knowledge that they have accumulated through “know-how”. AI will learn all the factory data and become the oldest engineer in that factory.”  2018.12.11동아일보 김현수 기자 kimhs@donga.com      
UDMTEK's CPS President's briefing session announced the establishment of a smart factory
   UDMTEK, CEO Wang GI-nam attended the smart factory construction briefing session attended by the President and presented CPS-related details.    Cho Yong-guk, chairman of Korence, an automobile parts company, attended the 2018 Korea Innovation Performance Report, attended by President Moon Jae-in at the R&D Center in Magok-dong, Gangseo-gu, SeoulChairman Cho Yong-guk also announced a case of building a smart factory in Korence that introduced CPS technology.   Korence Chairman Cho Yong-guk said at a briefing meeting that day, "Since building a smart factory, the cost has decreased on average by 4.5 billion won per year, and productivity has improved by 16%. CPS is a computer-based device that allows cyber systems and physical systems to interact, and is used in smart grids, autonomous vehicles, process control systems, and robot systems.The CPS introduced by Corens was developed by UDMTEK, and it was installed in 2016 to build the first smart factory and completed the second upgrade this year. The company faced a big crisis as new orders fell in half after the German Volkswagen's exhaust gas manipulation incident broke out in September 2015. However, the crisis was overcome by building a smart factory with the introduction of VR CPS.   In fact, after the introduction of CPS, Korence's production defect rate decreased by 98.33% and the defect rate after delivery decreased by 95.83%. Productivity has risen and the defect rate has fallen. For this reason, the amount of new orders, which had fallen to 90 billion won in 2015, surged to 155.8 billion won last year and 309.6 billion won this year. Not only this. As the amount of new orders increased, the number of youth jobs increased from 143 to 204 and research jobs from 42 to 132, respectively. After the presentation of the case, Chairman Cho also conducted a demonstration event to compare and explain the virtual system, which is the CPS introduced by the company, and the actual factory.   Chairman Cho said, "We built a smart factory for the first time in a mid-sized company, and led corporate growth by improving productivity and increasing sales. In particular, we were able to create jobs and secure investment capacity." As the investment capacity is secured, Korence is pursuing to enter the hydrogen battery vehicle market by acquiring RTX through an M&A in January.In this regard, Hong Jong-hak, Minister of SMEs and Ventures, referred to Korence's mergers and acquisitions to discover future foods. "It is an exemplary case in which a company with increased capacity for innovative growth has practiced open innovation through M&A." I hope that it will spread to companies and become the cornerstone of the'small and medium-sized business-centered economic structure'."Meanwhile, Korens is located in the Eogok Industrial Complex in Yangsan, producing automobile exhaust gas reduction devices and supplying automobile parts to Hyundai Motor Company and BWM. In addition to Korence's smart factory, Udumji Farm's Smart Farm and Smart City Special Committee Chairman's Smart City case were also presented at the briefing meeting on this day.    2018.5.18<부산일보> 김태권 기자   
Digital twin in a smart factory
     Just as human-born children grow up and accumulate knowledge, the factory now and in the future will learn data and the factory will build up intelligence on its own. The digital twin is a theoretical model in which the same factory that exists in the cyberspace of the same shape, not the actual virtual factory, and the same factory that exists in the process of evolution, grows complementary to each other while experiencing a common experience   The “systematic linkage” of twins is the keyUDMTEK CEO Wang GI Nam said, “It will vary depending on how you draw a virtual factory, but basically, the twin is a “life”. It is a very complicated matter to think about how to build two living twin factories. This is because there are many machines, software, and workers in the actual factory, and the virtual factory must also reflect this. The way to implement a virtual factory can be expressed by creating a simulation, or another method can be used. If the two factories are closely interlocked and complement each other, the intelligence will increase as the factory operation period increases.”   “In the digital twin, the virtual factory and the real factory do not have an integrated architecture. Evolution will take place as it continues to become intelligent. When the factory changes, the virtual factory must also change and help each other. Now, it cannot be said that the virtual factory and the actual factory have been fully integrated and have a complementary relationship. I look forward to it,” he added. UDMTEK, a company established in 2007, has developed integrated digital manufacturing simulation software, application software, analysis programs, and equipment, and has been supplying it to leading companies in the domestic and overseas display, automobile, semiconductor, shipbuilding, and steel sectors. It is also participating as a supplier of smart factory supply projects promoted by the public-private joint smart factory promotion group.     Data interpretation, the first step in improving corporate competitivenessIn our proverb, there is a saying, ‘It is a treasure when a ball is standing and even a horse is pierced.’ After creating a smart factory, to fully utilize the capabilities of the factory, it is necessary to properly use the pouring data. In the opposite case, it's just ‘a pearl on a pig's neck.’ Looking at the collected available data, it can be said that the purpose was achieved only when workers and managers were able to increase productivity and improve the quality of the factory.Real factory and virtual factory with the concept of digital twin The field where UDMTEK's technology is concentrated is the technology that analyzes the control program that occurs.CEO Wang GI Nam said, “There are more data generated in the factory than we imagined. This is because even a single machine performs thousands of operations per second. Therefore, control program analysis is necessary to grasp the meaning within this. Even if big data is accumulated, it is not easy to become knowledgeable. Therefore, it is necessary to analyze and structure the data, and the necessary technology for this is the control program analysis technology. This is called reverse engineering modeling of the control program. This is to interpret the data generated in the complex control program of the factory in a form that can be generally understood and link the data on the history trace. "The reverse engineering analysis and modeling technology of the control program plays a role of interlocking and providing all static and dynamic information in order to understand the dynamically changing factory's past operation status from a control point of view.”     “Interpreting the information obtained through the digital twin is very useful in finding the cause of problems in the factory. In the past, if only large defects could be found, the cause of the occurrence of subtle problems can be clearly identified. Several factors that affect the quality can also be made to understand in detail as a result, may increase the production to shorten the time chosen and will be able to increase the company's competitiveness by improving the quality, "he added.   SMEs should consider using a cloud network.Even if it is decided to apply smart factories and digital twins to factories, the proportion of support for the smart factory distribution expansion project supported by the government is up to half, and SMEs are bound to hesitate to invest in the other half of the cost and professional manpower.CEO Wang Gi-nam said, “Considering the financial situation of SMEs, building a smart factory using the cloud can be a breakthrough that opens the breath of business for companies. This is because it has the advantage of not hiring a separate IT manpower or incurring additional equipment purchase costs such as storage. Basically, when the telecommunications infrastructure is in place, small and medium-sized businesses will also have a foothold to implement digital twins.”From this year, UDMTEK also plans to expand the method of supplying CPS solutions to large and leading companies from this year to provide cloud-based solutions and equipment to SMEs.  김원정 기자 vuswlq@kidd.co.kr   제조기업 강국이 되는 그날까지, 공장자동화 스마트팩토리에 대한 뉴스를 기획·심층 보도하겠습니다    
UDMTEK, a small giant, implements VR SCADA'before your eyes'
    UDMTEK, a small giant, implements VR SCADA'before your eyes'UDMTEK implements VR SCADA “Before Your Eyes” Maeil Ilbo 2017.9.24The process of a local smart factory is demonstrated with the VR SCADA system. Photo = courtesy of UDMTEKUDMTEK, which has been spreading advanced smart factories in domestic and overseas manufacturing sites for 12 years this year, is planning to introduce'VR SCADA', which can analyze and control process conditions in virtual reality.UDMTEK is a venture company founded in 2006 by Professor Wang GI Nam of Ajou University. CEO Wang is a smart factory demo'PLC Studio' and'OPTRA' consisting of a manufacturing solution product'UDM Solution' and a virtual physical system (CPS: Cyber ​​Physical System) developed with 25 R&D experts. It is equipped with.According to related industries, only three companies in the world that realize a digital factory with PLC control verification solutions are Siemens in Germany, Dassault in France and UDMTEK in Korea.UDM Smart SCADA integrated solution, which combines UDMTEK's technology, is an automated facility and process analysis system equipped with a UDM solution tracker with a high-spec large display. It shows the current process status such as production per hour and error rate, and is characterized by being able to control.The process of a local smart factory is demonstrated with the VR SCADA system. Photo = courtesy of UDMTEKThere are four major solutions of UDMTEK. 'DPS' that enables virtual production and pre-verification before product design,'I/O Maker (Makr)' that realizes design standardization in the process of building a smart factory, and'PLC Studio' that is used for virtual trial run considering the control system. , It has technologies such as'Optra Tracker', which is software (SW) support for checking and improving process abnormalities after building a smart factory.This UDMTEK is planning to introduce a solution called ‘VR Scada (tentative title),” which is a VR-integrated solution in November. Currently, VR Scada can even build a simulation using a device. However, when the data synchronization of the smart factory is achieved, the UDM Smart SCADA integrated solution that can analyze and control can be checked directly in virtual reality.  현지 스마트공장 공정과정을 VR 스카다 시스템으로 시현하는 모습. 사진=유디엠텍 제공 You can check it directly atIn addition, △VR-based real-time factory situation monitoring △VR education for operators, producers, and managers △Experience for visitors to demo factories and representative factories is expected to result in more advanced smart factories.Seung-Hwan Kim in charge of UDMTEK's 3D team said, “The PLC studio configured based on simulation is focused on receiving and optimizing smart factory data.” It is possible to grasp easily and intuitively with the 3D display.”UDMTEK's goal is to develop and support an independent VR-based CPS solution that HILS (Hardware-in-the Loop) technology delivers multidimensional characteristics and information to workers quickly and cannot be expressed on a 2D display.   CEO Wang said, “Through UDMTEK's CPS solution that can be linked with the customer's product design, analysis, operation technology, and processing machine controller, the product design and manufacturing capabilities of manufacturing companies in various industries are improved, process standardization, virtual trial run, and abnormal processes We will contribute to strengthening the competitiveness of the national manufacturing industry by supporting tracking and improving process efficiency.”Meanwhile, the government has proposed the expansion of 30,000 smart factories as a policy by 2025, such as introducing a smart factory certification system and expanding financial support by establishing a strategy to revitalize the manufacturing industry according to the spread and expansion of smart factories. He pointed out that although the demand for smart factories is increasing, it still requires a lot of trial and error to exist as a product. This is because there are various industries in the field, and each industry has different characteristics, requirements, target performance, and generated data logs. He added, “The government collects information on the operation technology and automation technology of factories for each industry, and proposes standard recommendations. Through this, it is necessary to provide specific data standardization and quantitative performance. Based on this, various smart factory solution providers will be able to create libraries for each industry through clear target performance and standardized data. It will grow into a single smart factory introduction model that reflects the characteristics and demands.” 나기호 기자  nakh@m-i.kr    
Introduction to UDM CPS
 The National Academy of Engineering of Korea announced on the 29th that it will hold a conference with the German Academy of Engineering on the 4th of next month at the Westin Chosun Hotel in Seoul on the theme of'The 4th Industrial Revolution-Creating the Future Industry'.This joint conference will be a place to forecast the future society that the Fourth Industrial Revolution will bring, announce the latest trends in industrial innovation, digitalization, and create new business for SMEs, and explore future development strategies.At this event, 12 related experts, including the head of the German Academy of Engineering, Henning Kagerman, who is also the chairman of the “Platform Industry 4.0,” which is the growth strategy of the German manufacturing industry, will be visited by 12 related experts, including the head of the German Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy, and a platform industry 4.0 participant.Chairman Henning Kagerman will give a keynote lecture on the theme of “The Second Digital Wave” at this conference. Chairman Kagerman said that the physical world of machines, automobiles, and home appliances is in contact with the virtual world, and the digital twins created in the cloud will accumulate data and have a variety of driving forces such as new innovative business models and customized services according to demand. I will emphasize   GI Nam Wang (Professor of Ajou University) of UDMtek, one of the representative examples of smart factories in Korea, is an integrated digital manufacturing (UDM) CPS platform, a smart factory platform in Korea that is optimized for manufacturing systems such as domestic automobiles, displays, and electronic products. Introduce.Money Today 2017.08.29. Article excerpt 
Chungbuk National University Smart Factory Construction Seminar, UDM Tech Case Presentation
 Veritas Alpha = Reporter Kim Ha-yeon] Chungbuk National University announced on the 18th that the “Smart Factory Construction Seminar”, hosted by the Link Plus (LINC+) project group, was held in the conference room of Chungbuk National University's Academic Research Institute.   The seminar was prepared to share manufacturing cases and to establish a network of experts in order to expand the establishment of smart factories in the Chungcheong area. The event was co-hosted by Chungbuk National University Big Data Research Institute, Korea Big Data Service Society, Intelligent Safety CK Project Group, Small and Medium Business Federation Chungbuk Regional Headquarters, and Korea Industrial Complex Management Corporation Chungbuk Branch and sponsored by Chungbuk Innobiz and Human SystemAt the seminar, a lecture by prominent figures in the smart factory in Korea and a presentation of examples of smart factory construction were followed, as well as an advisory to an expert committee member of the smart factory promotion team, and a smart factory solution exhibition was held.   Following the presentation of the theme by Professor Eon-Seok of Texas Tech and the Smart Factory Support Plan by Young-Hwan Choi, an expert member of the Smart Factory Promotion Group, as an example of smart factory technology and construction ▲ Rok-won Kim is responsible for'manufacturing data collection technology' ▲ Professor Kwan-hee Ryu of Chungbuk National University said'Manufacturing Big Data Technology And construction case' ▲ Dr. Kim Bo-hyun of the Institute of Production Technology'smartization of die-casting factory' ▲ LSIS production technology team manager Jo Jung-cheol'stage and implementation case of smart factory' ▲ Lim Kyung-soo, director of FM Korea,'MES construction case' ▲ Jin Jeong-chang CEO of Human System presented'Small and Medium Business MES Construction Case' ▲Wang GI Nam, CEO of UDMTEK announced'Smart Factory Construction Case'. 
First exhibition of'Smart Factory' held... Reward for Dongyang Piston, UDMTEK, etc.
 First exhibition of'Smart Factory' held... Reward for Dongyang Piston, UDMTEK, etc.(Seoul = Yonhap News) Reporter Eunji Go = The'Smart Factory·Automation Industry Exhibition' covering new technologies related to smart factories such as robots and smart sensors was held at COEX, Gangnam-gu, Seoul on the 29th.This exhibition expands the'Automation Industry Exhibition', which has been held on a small scale with a focus on automation until last year, to include smart factories from this year.In the three-day exhibition, the theme of'Connectivity Toward Smart Factory', which means converging information and communication (IT), hardware, and software technologies related to smart factories, is the theme of Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), and robots. , Sensors, and other core technologies of the 4th industrial revolution related to smart factories.Dongyang Piston, an automobile parts manufacturing company, was selected as a representative factory in March last year and built a smart factory. It was highly evaluated for presenting a leading model of smart factory and supporting smart factory benchmarking by small and medium-sized companies.In addition, six companies including Frontec, Korea Nanotech, Youngshin Metal Industries, Daegwang Cast Iron, UDMTEK, and Cubic Tech, as well as eight individuals, including Siemens' Vice President Quinter Clopsey, were included in the awards.Yonhap News 2017/03/29 11:37 Excerpt from Songgobun 
LSIS aims to expand'smart factory' in partnership with small and medium-sized companies
   Seoul = Yonhap News) Reporter Park Daehan = LSIS [010120] is working with SMEs in the field of automation to target the smart factory building market.   On the 1st, at the headquarters of LS Tower in Anyang, Gyeonggi-do on the 1st, LSIS announced a'Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for Smart Factory Construction Project and Technical Cooperation' with 3 companies, Brainnet, Emaintech, and UDMTEK (process monitoring), which are software specialized small and medium-sized enterprises in the field of automation. Signed. Four companies, including LSIS, which have signed this agreement, will form a consortium to participate in the bidding when ordering new projects for future smart factory construction projects as well as technical cooperation.   LSIS plans to provide a smart factory package solution by applying Brainnet Production Management System (MES), Emaintech facility maintenance management system, and UDMtech virtual facility control technology to automation solutions such as PLC (Programmable Logic Controller).   A smart factory is a factory that combines information and communication technology (ICT) in the entire process from product planning to design, manufacturing, and distribution. Through real-time data monitoring and automatic analysis, it is possible to detect process abnormalities and quality defects in advance, thereby improving productivity and quality competitiveness. LSIS has already built a smart production line at its Cheongju 1 plant, and has implemented full automation across all lines, from parts supply to assembly, testing, and packaging.   <사진 : LS산전 청주 1사업장 스마트 생산라인>  pdhis959@yna.co.kr