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Process Deviations in Cyber-Physical Production Systems

Galaske, Nadia and Strang, Daniel and Anderl, Reiner
Ao, S. I. and Douglas, Craig and Grundfest, W. S. and Burgstone, Jon (eds.) (2015):
Process Deviations in Cyber-Physical Production Systems.
In: Proceedings of the World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science 2015 (WCECS 2015), San Francisco, CA, USA, International Association of Engineers (IAENG), Newswood Limited, pp. 1035-1040, [Online-Edition: http://www.iaeng.org/publication/WCECS2015/],
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Abstract

Global markets lead to the development of new production techniques, to guarantee competitiveness especially in high-wage countries. In this context, the German federal government supports the research and development of production systems based on cyber-physical systems (Industrie 4.0). In cyber-physical production systems all participants of the production process possess individual information about themselves and are equipped with actors, sensors, and a communication interface. Machines, workers, resources and components can interact and autonomously develop and execute process relevant decisions. Cyber-physical production systems are characterized as highly flexible systems that enable adaptive production processes. The processes for each individual component of the same product can vary in the order of the process steps and the performing manufacturing stations. For each product, a standard process and alternative processes are defined. If a deviation in the standard process occurs during the production of an individual component, the standard process is not feasible anymore. Through the interaction of process participants, the system can autonomously define an appropriate reaction and execute it by using actors of the participants and the intralogistics. Regardless of the deviation, the production of the individual component can proceed in cyber-physical production systems. In this paper, process deviations and appropriate reactions of cyber-physical production systems are analyzed, described in models, and simulated, to illustrate the benefits of cyber-physical production systems and to develop a process deviation management system for actual, physical production systems based on cyber-physical systems.

Item Type: Book Section
Erschienen: 2015
Editors: Ao, S. I. and Douglas, Craig and Grundfest, W. S. and Burgstone, Jon
Creators: Galaske, Nadia and Strang, Daniel and Anderl, Reiner
Title: Process Deviations in Cyber-Physical Production Systems
Language: English
Abstract:

Global markets lead to the development of new production techniques, to guarantee competitiveness especially in high-wage countries. In this context, the German federal government supports the research and development of production systems based on cyber-physical systems (Industrie 4.0). In cyber-physical production systems all participants of the production process possess individual information about themselves and are equipped with actors, sensors, and a communication interface. Machines, workers, resources and components can interact and autonomously develop and execute process relevant decisions. Cyber-physical production systems are characterized as highly flexible systems that enable adaptive production processes. The processes for each individual component of the same product can vary in the order of the process steps and the performing manufacturing stations. For each product, a standard process and alternative processes are defined. If a deviation in the standard process occurs during the production of an individual component, the standard process is not feasible anymore. Through the interaction of process participants, the system can autonomously define an appropriate reaction and execute it by using actors of the participants and the intralogistics. Regardless of the deviation, the production of the individual component can proceed in cyber-physical production systems. In this paper, process deviations and appropriate reactions of cyber-physical production systems are analyzed, described in models, and simulated, to illustrate the benefits of cyber-physical production systems and to develop a process deviation management system for actual, physical production systems based on cyber-physical systems.

Title of Book: Proceedings of the World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science 2015 (WCECS 2015)
Series Name: Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science
Volume: Vol. 2219-2220
Place of Publication: San Francisco, CA, USA
Publisher: International Association of Engineers (IAENG), Newswood Limited
ISBN: 978-998-14047-2-5
Uncontrolled Keywords: Industrie 4.0, cyber-physical production systems, process deviation management, process simulation, process model
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Department of Computer Integrated Design (DiK)
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
Date Deposited: 04 Nov 2015 08:23
Official URL: http://www.iaeng.org/publication/WCECS2015/
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Industrie 4.0, Cyber-physische Produktionssysteme (CPPS), Störungsmanagement, Prozesssimulation, ProzessmodellierungGerman
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