Hier finden Sie wissenschaftliche Publikationen aus den Fraunhofer-Instituten.

Model based, modular configuration of cyber physical systems for the information management on shop-floor

: Jaekel, F.-W.; Torka, J.; Eppelein, M.; Schliephack, W.; Knothe, T.


Debruyne, C.:
On the move to meaningful internet systems. OTM 2017 Workshops : Confederated International Workshops EI2N, FBM, ICSP, Meta4eS, OTMA 2017 and ODBASE Posters 2017 : Rhodes, Greece, October 23-28, 2017 : revised selected papers
Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2018 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science 10697)
ISBN: 978-3-319-73804-8
ISBN: 978-3-319-73805-5
OnTheMove Event (OTM) <2017, Rhodes>
International Workshop on Enterprise Integration, Interoperability and Networking (EI2N) <12, 2017, Rhodes>
International Workshop on Fact Based Modeling (FBM) <2017, Rhodes>
Conference "Industry Case Studies Program (ICSP)" <2017, Rhodes>
International Workshop on Methods, Evaluation, Tools and Applications for the Creation and Consumption of Structured Data for the e-Society (Meta4eS) <6, 2017, Rhodes>
OnTheMove Academy (OTMA) <2017, Rhodes>
International Conference on Ontologies, DataBases, and Applications of Semantics (ODBASE) <16, 2017, Rhodes>
Conference Paper
Fraunhofer IPK ()

Many of the current manufacturing systems are still implemented as sequential inflexible production lines. This creates difficulties to fulfil the customer request for customized products. The production of customized products is accompanied by major changes in the production infrastructure. To support more flexible production, the sequential production lines nowadays start to change to workshop production. In that case all production systems will be grouped by their tasks, e.g. all drilling machines are located in the same place. A manufacturing system stands for the different involved hardware and software components at the manufacturing process. Each manufacturing system is connected with the help of the shop-floor IT. The term shop-floor indicates the productive area of a factory and includes the operative work. Shop-floor IT includes the information processes and IT solutions that control, secure and record product activities. Therefore the shop-floor IT supports d irectly the execution on field level. The model based view of a production process simplifies the understanding of the product lifecycle and planning. To optimize and speed up building and changing of product processes, the modular shop-floor IT has been developed by technologies derived from cyber physical systems and internet of things. However, interoperability issues such as different implementation of controls and process variations are a major challenge.