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Smart Production Planning for Sustainable Production based on Federative Factory Data Management

Picard, André and Anderl, Reiner Horvath, Imre and Rusak, Zoltan (eds.) (2014):
Smart Production Planning for Sustainable Production based on Federative Factory Data Management.
In: Proceedings of TMCE 2014, Budapest, pp. 1147-1156, [Book Section]

Abstract

For sustainable production of highly customized products a holistic understanding of the whole product life cycle and the whole production process is required. Therefore information of all involved products, processes and resources are needed in real-time. Formerly stakeholders within the product development or the production management had rarely access to this real-time information. But nowadays it is made available by the new type of products and their new forms of communication interfaces, so called cyber-physical systems. The product and the production data management have to adopt to support this new type of information exchange. Accordingly within this paper the integration of cyber-physical systems to the federative factory data management is described first. The integration allows real-time information access to all higher situated domain-specific information technology tools. As showcase this paper then focuses on the adoption of methods of production planning. Therefor the new smart production planning is introduced. Differences between the conventional and smart production planning are presented. The impact of smart production planning for different production planning tasks is then illustrated based on a given example. Within this example the use of smart production planning for smart hierarchical route sheets especially within sustainable production is described.

Item Type: Book Section
Erschienen: 2014
Editors: Horvath, Imre and Rusak, Zoltan
Creators: Picard, André and Anderl, Reiner
Title: Smart Production Planning for Sustainable Production based on Federative Factory Data Management
Language: English
Abstract:

For sustainable production of highly customized products a holistic understanding of the whole product life cycle and the whole production process is required. Therefore information of all involved products, processes and resources are needed in real-time. Formerly stakeholders within the product development or the production management had rarely access to this real-time information. But nowadays it is made available by the new type of products and their new forms of communication interfaces, so called cyber-physical systems. The product and the production data management have to adopt to support this new type of information exchange. Accordingly within this paper the integration of cyber-physical systems to the federative factory data management is described first. The integration allows real-time information access to all higher situated domain-specific information technology tools. As showcase this paper then focuses on the adoption of methods of production planning. Therefor the new smart production planning is introduced. Differences between the conventional and smart production planning are presented. The impact of smart production planning for different production planning tasks is then illustrated based on a given example. Within this example the use of smart production planning for smart hierarchical route sheets especially within sustainable production is described.

Title of Book: Proceedings of TMCE 2014
Place of Publication: Budapest
ISBN: 978-94-6186-177-1
Uncontrolled Keywords: Smart production planning, hierarchic route sheets, federative factory data management, cyber-physical system
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Department of Computer Integrated Design (DiK)
Date Deposited: 06 Jun 2014 14:21
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