A STEP compliant knowledge based schema to support shop-floor adaptive automation in dynamic manufacturing environments
Valente, A., Carpanzano, E., Nassehi, A. and Newman, S. T., 2010. A STEP compliant knowledge based schema to support shop-floor adaptive automation in dynamic manufacturing environments. CIRP Annals - Manufacturing Technology, 59 (1), pp. 441-444.
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On the factory shop-floor adaptive automation and scheduling plays a sensitive role for production systems' agility, representing the soft layer between the factory physical resources and business processes. A fundamental requirement for adaptive shop-floor solutions is to incorporate a data structure that comprehensively integrates product, process and physical resource information. This paper presents a novel data structure entitled SKEM - STEP compliant Knowledge Engine for Manufacturing, conceived as an abstract, extensible, scalable, multi-granular, integrated and evolving platform. A software tool based on SKEM is tested through a case study to illustrate the benefits of its application for a dynamic manufacturing factory environment.
|Creators||Valente, A., Carpanzano, E., Nassehi, A. and Newman, S. T.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||step-nc standard, factory automation, adaptive control|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Mechanical Engineering|
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