Poland, 12th May 2023 – With over2 decades of experiences in R&D, and manufacturing and engineering, OMODA stands out with its high-tech Mega Factory and advanced laboratories. Its Intelligently Connected Mega Factory is awe-inspiring, with Asia’s first quiet lab and the Collision Lab, whose reputation crosses borders. At the factory, which has an annual production capacity of 300,000 cars and 200,000 parts, one car per minute leaves the band. Using advanced technologies, the factory offers a library-level quiet experience and a premium comfort for each models.
During the 2023 Global Dealer Conference, Dealer representatives from around the world are invited to visit the modern intelligent connected Mega factory, the famous Crash Lab and the largest NVH (Noise, Vibration, Harshness) Lab in Asia. OMODA, which has proved its success with its strong and state-of-the-art R&D and production skills, received great praise from the visitors.
It can produce 300,000 vehicles a year!
OMODA’s Smart Connected Mega Factory, based on environmentally friendly production and smart-digital technology, has come a long way to become a top-class smart connected factory with environmentally friendly standards. The facility which has a land of 830 thousand square meters, draws attention with its construction area of approximately 550 thousand square meters. Among the main production contents of the factory; mold shop, welding shop, paint shop, general assembly shop, modular shop, engine shop, transmission shop and related support facilities. The facility can also produce normal power-transmission and new-energy passenger vehicles at the same time. The factory also produces more than 10 different models with high performance.
At the facility, which can reach an annual production capacity of 300 thousand complete vehicles and 200 thousand KD (automotive parts), a new vehicle is completed every minute and is sinking. The welding workshop, which is one of the most important elements of the factory, has the world’s most powerful artificial intelligence quality control system to create quality car bodies.
It can detect surface difference up to 0,1 mm!
The facility has more than 100 robots with advanced technologies such as automation rate, parameter group control and online measurement reaching 100 percent. In addition, Mega Factory, which can perform general assembly workshop, automatic assembly, transportation and intelligent networked product testing, can shorten the mentioned processes and offer advantages such as modularization. In particular, the online visual aperture surface difference detection robot has an accuracy of up to 0,1mm, making it a leading intelligent and high-precision technology worldwide. In addition, the entire production process at the Mega Factory is efficient, automated, transparent and digitized. Thus, the Mega Factory becomes a truly green factory with low energy consumption and “zero” emissions. Visitors from all over the world are invited to the experience center to experience OMODA’s power in smart manufacturing, as well as visit the Crash Lab and the largest NVH Lab in Asia. The NVH Lab has a complete vehicle NVH development process that covers performance testing of the entire vehicle, its different subsystems and parts. Thanks to these advanced technologies, OMODA’s products are constantly improving in terms of comfort, with idle noise up to 34 decibels. All this development process delivers a library-level quiet experience and a sense of comfort comparable to premium car brands.
The target is always more advanced products!
OMODA Automobile will continue to pursue its vision of “creating a perfect brand” in the future, stick to technological innovations and offer consumers more advanced products with a sense of technology.
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Contact Person: Chris Qi
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