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Title: Design of batch manufacturing enterprises in the context of Industry 4.0
Authors: Taberko, V.
Ivaniuk, D. S.
Kasyanik, V.
Golovko, V. A.
Gulyakina, N. A.
Rusetski, K. V.
Shunkevich, D. V.
Boriskin, A. S.
Grakova, N. V.
Keywords: материалы конференций;integrated industrial control automation;logistics process;ontology-based enterprise model;Industry 4.0;knowledge base
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: БГУИР
Citation: Design of batch manufacturing enterprises in the context of Industry 4.0 / V. Taberko and others // Открытые семантические технологии проектирования интеллектуальных систем = Open Semantic Technologies for Intelligent Systems (OSTIS-2018) : материалы международной научно-технической конференции (Минск, 15 - 17 февраля 2018 года) / редкол. : В. В. Голенков (отв. ред.) [и др.]. – Минск : БГУИР, 2018. – С. 307 – 320.
Abstract: This paper presents an evolution of an ontology- based approach to designing batch manufacturing enterprises. According to Industry 4.0 approach, instead of isolated view of a manufacturing process inside a single enterprise this new approach encompasses related business entities as well - raw material suppliers (e.g. dairy farms) and large-scale consumers (e.g. stores or retail chains). Special attention is paid to logistics processes: a short description of fundamental logistics processes of cottage cheese production is provided, as well as subject do- main structure of logistics and an example of formal specification of emergency logistics situation. It is shown that multiagent indus- trial control system with agents interacting via shared memory is compliant with design principles of Industry 4.0 approach. Standards formalization topic is touched upon as well. PFC, a graphical procedural model specification language, formalization is discussed. PFC is specified in ISA-88.02 standard. Graphical language formalization allows industrial control system users to communicate to it in a unified manner using diagrams that are widely understood by engineering specialists. This paper also outlines an agent-oriented approach to robot interaction within industrial robotic complexes based on shared semantic memory interaction mechanism.
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