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Date:3/11/2008

can therefore be operated on its own, explains IPA team leader Andreas Traube. The crucial issue was the software architecture, as the required modules have to work immediately at the push of a button when you fit them together.

The platform is intended to give manufacturers of small batches a high degree of flexibility in future. Producers of hearing aids or other medical products that come in different versions or are constantly coming out as new models can use m:Pal as a production tool. Up to now the whole production line had to be replaced for every new model but with m:Pal, it is sufficient to adapt one or two modules. This makes it possible to save up to 50 percent of the costs, says Traube. Manufacturers can also automate a smaller production line step by step, gradually acquiring new modules as the throughput increases. The researchers will be presenting m:Pal at the MEDTEC trade fair in Stuttgart on March 11 through 13 (hall 4, stand 1509).


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Contact: Andreas Traube
andreas.traube@ipa.fraunhofer.de
49-711-970-1233
Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft
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