With a view to ever shorter product development cycles, increasing market variety and production ramp-ups, the project VERDIKA aims to significantly advance the connection and digitalisation of the aircraft cabin, starting with the design, through production and installation, and for the product itself.
The aim of the sub-project being worked on by the PKT is to reduce the customer-specific "head of version" costs through a digital end-to-end customisation process. The technological-scientific work is intended to bring the life phases from design to production and installation until the use of the cabin closer together. Furthermore occuring dependencies that arise in earlier life phases are taken into account. To this end, research is being conducted into continuous automated processes and tools that support consistent digital development based on a holistic metamodel.
Picture 1: Schematic representation of the connection between the sub-project with its three sub-areas of product, product development and production via the cabin meta-model, which abstracts functions, structures and processes consistently.
Principal Investigator (PKT): Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dieter Krause
Co-Investigator: Markus Berschik, M.Sc. (since February 2021);
This project is part of the field of application Aviation.
Funding and Partners
The project is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK) under the Sixth Civil Aeronautics Research Program (LUFO VI-1). Funding code: FKZ: 20D1923E. The duration of the project is from 2020 to 2023.
Project partners are Airbus and Diehl als well as the TUHH institute FKS and IFPT.