The present work extends a performance metrics method for the treatability of some classes of problems in manufacturing automation that can be represented as a systemof- systems controlled by a cyber-physical infrastructure. With the use of proper distributed and recursive computing approaches, the complexity of the control of cyber-physical systems can be attacked through a unified and human-centered simple framework that complies with the forthcoming pervasive computing challenges posed by the smart manufacturing scenarios. The aim of this work is to provide the proof of concept of an effective methodology that relies on the decomposition of a production goal into a hierarchical self-similar structure of subgoals for the steering of the system towards improved effectiveness. An implementation of the technique is proposed by means of multi-actor and multi-database paradigms. The simulation of an implementation and an experimental deployment on low cost embedded device is provided.

Tiny Cyber-Physical Systems for Performance Improvement in the Factory of the Future

Bonci, Andrea
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;
Pirani, Massimiliano
Membro del Collaboration Group
;
Longhi, Sauro
Supervision
2019

Abstract

The present work extends a performance metrics method for the treatability of some classes of problems in manufacturing automation that can be represented as a systemof- systems controlled by a cyber-physical infrastructure. With the use of proper distributed and recursive computing approaches, the complexity of the control of cyber-physical systems can be attacked through a unified and human-centered simple framework that complies with the forthcoming pervasive computing challenges posed by the smart manufacturing scenarios. The aim of this work is to provide the proof of concept of an effective methodology that relies on the decomposition of a production goal into a hierarchical self-similar structure of subgoals for the steering of the system towards improved effectiveness. An implementation of the technique is proposed by means of multi-actor and multi-database paradigms. The simulation of an implementation and an experimental deployment on low cost embedded device is provided.
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