Design a sound monitoring robot to enable operators in factories to find machine errors with a dashboard showing errors on the map of the factory.
In a factory hall there are lots of machines that automatically complete tasks. These machines do stumble on errors sometimes, but how is an operator to know where the machine with the error is located?
Sorama's sound camera can detect sounds like the alarms of these machines, while the indoor maps from HERE Technologies can display the factory hall and locations of errors.
To place a sound camera, or any other sensor, at every machine in a factory hall would be way too expensive. That is why the challenge is to make the sound camera moveable. Is it possible with the robot from MWLC and the tracking device from HERE technologies to make a moving sound monitoring robot that can locate an error and display it on a dashboard?