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Controlling Smart Production Processes Using RESTful Web Services and Federative Factory Data Management

Picard, André and Anderl, Reiner and Schützer, Klaus (2014):
Controlling Smart Production Processes Using RESTful Web Services and Federative Factory Data Management.
In: Proceedings of the 14th Asia Pacific Industrial Engineering and Management System, Cebu, Philippinen, In: 14th Asia Pacific Industrial Engineering and Management System, Cebu, Philippinen, Dezember 3-6, 2013, [Online-Edition: http://apiems.net/conf2013/1221.pdf],
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Abstract

Today’s production processes use smart devices within production resources and within produced products. Using web technologies they enable world-wide access and exchange of real-time production data on the one hand as well as autonomous and context-adaptive decision making within the production process on the other hand. For the management of such smart production processes the integration of smart devices into existing production data management is required. Gathering, processing and transforming the product data enables new possibilities for planning and controlling smart production processes. In this paper a framework for the integration of smart production data into federative factory data management is specified first. Then two use cases illustrate the application of the approach in practice. A first use case explains benefits for management decision by continuously monitoring the smart production process. The second use case describes possibilities for controlling the smart production process at shop floor level.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2014
Creators: Picard, André and Anderl, Reiner and Schützer, Klaus
Title: Controlling Smart Production Processes Using RESTful Web Services and Federative Factory Data Management
Language: English
Abstract:

Today’s production processes use smart devices within production resources and within produced products. Using web technologies they enable world-wide access and exchange of real-time production data on the one hand as well as autonomous and context-adaptive decision making within the production process on the other hand. For the management of such smart production processes the integration of smart devices into existing production data management is required. Gathering, processing and transforming the product data enables new possibilities for planning and controlling smart production processes. In this paper a framework for the integration of smart production data into federative factory data management is specified first. Then two use cases illustrate the application of the approach in practice. A first use case explains benefits for management decision by continuously monitoring the smart production process. The second use case describes possibilities for controlling the smart production process at shop floor level.

Title of Book: Proceedings of the 14th Asia Pacific Industrial Engineering and Management System
Place of Publication: Cebu, Philippinen
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Department of Computer Integrated Design (DiK)
Event Title: 14th Asia Pacific Industrial Engineering and Management System
Event Location: Cebu, Philippinen
Event Dates: Dezember 3-6, 2013
Date Deposited: 07 May 2014 09:54
Official URL: http://apiems.net/conf2013/1221.pdf
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