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Manufacturing Automation Network's Cooperative E-Space [chapter]

Olga Nabuco, Mauro F. Koyama, Francisco Edeneziano D. Pereira, José Reinaldo Silva, Khalil Drira, João Maurício Rosário
Virtual Enterprises and Collaborative Networks  
manufacturing and automation.  ...  A distributed infrastructure, named Cooperative e-Space -CeS, is being designed offer to people that already participate in cooperative network, a new infrastructure for sharing information, taking into  ...  An environment named Cooperative e-Space -CeS -is being developed, where cooperation processes in manufacturing is enabled.  ... 
doi:10.1007/1-4020-8139-1_47 dblp:conf/ifip5-5/NabucoKPSDR04 fatcat:uwfl2henrfdtla7ajy2d5hfppa

Towards Industry 5.0: Intelligent Reflecting Surface (IRS) in Smart Manufacturing [article]

Md. Noor-A-Rahim, Fadhil Firyaguna, Jobish John, M. Omar Khyam, Dirk Pesch, Eddie Armstrong, Holger Claussen, H. Vincent Poor
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Industry 5.0 envisions close cooperation between humans and machines that requires ultra-reliable and low latency communications (URLLC).  ...  IRS is forecasted to be a key enabler of 6G wireless communication networks as it can significantly improve the wireless network's performance by creating a controllable radio environment.  ...  E. Mobile Edge Computing Another important use of IRS in smart manufacturing is in supporting mobile edge computing (MEC).  ... 
arXiv:2201.02214v2 fatcat:affiizahsja73cisl766wxvbmq

Chip Design at Mitsubishi Semiconductor Europe GmbH [chapter]

Hideyuki Kobayashi
1997 Informatik '97 Informatik als Innovationsmotor  
The close cooperation within the work groups has created such new, specialized subclusters as "RFID Saxony" and "Dresden Fab automation."  ...  , e-commerce, e-services, e-learning, streaming services, etc.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-60831-5_51 dblp:conf/gi/Kobayashi97 fatcat:vbagja6l4bbdrnfw6imwx65td4

Integrative Computational Design and Construction: Rethinking Architecture Digitally

Jan Knippers, Cordula Kropp, Achim Menges, Oliver Sawodny, Daniel Weiskopf
2021 Civil Engineering Design  
Source: ICD/ITKE University of Stuttgart F I G U R E 3 Mobile robot platform for fully automated prefabrication.  ...  The research focuses on the development of automation and control concepts in contact F I G U R E 9 Research network longspan construction.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cend.202100027 fatcat:wnbmdhc3nfcjrjopgv5vcuun2y

Constituent market orientation and ownership of virtual marketplaces

Terence Love, Bryn Tellefsen
2003 Logistics Information Management  
space, etc.  ...  have to work together, e.g. promote a common image, provide synergies etc. • The extent of e-based solutions is dependent on the ability to convert tacit knowledge to automated e-systems and/or explicit  ... 
doi:10.1108/09576050310453697 fatcat:nei3ibai2zg4tljkz6w7jh4loa

Multiagent-Based Model For ESCM

Delia MARINCAS
2011 Informatică economică  
For this reason, we have proposed a multiagent-based eSCM model which configures a virtual SC, automates the SC activities: selling, purchasing, manufacturing, planning, inventory, etc.  ...  We present an e-SCM model, in the next figure. This model will be automated with intelligent agents. Fig. 1.  ...  Information and operations visibility is provided by the automated e-SCM applications through Web technologies and intelligent agents so that every member involved in order fulfilment will be able to trace  ... 
doaj:2e461f1a8df644d7b700999ec74ddfa6 fatcat:weudqjrrnjao5llyyvub2dqhny

Integrated product ontologies for inter-organizational networks

Milan Zdravkovic, Miroslav Trajanovic
2009 Computer Science and Information Systems  
to related manufacturing competences and reuse potential.  ...  In its design, authors are using the experiences from implementing product data management in wide collaboration environments such as e-marketplaces.  ...  Its main objectives are to: − Expose individual partners' business services in collaboration space; − Enable semi-automated or automated selection of competences relevant to meet customer product inquiries  ... 
doi:10.2298/csis0902029z fatcat:eldh2vm7lzb3noifbgbpalb7ju

Driving into Intelligent Spaces with Pervasive Communications

Liuqing Yang, Fei-yue Wang
2007 IEEE Intelligent Systems  
I n t e l l i g e n t T r a n s p o r t a t i o n S y s t e m s vices and possible processing centers can transform ordinary environments into intelligent spaces. 1 The close coupling between physical  ...  and virtual spaces distinguishes intelligent spaces from virtual reality environments.  ...  ITSPs integrate various ITSs to enhance their autonomous and cooperative functionality.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mis.2007.8 fatcat:u4ctiovfefdirhyl2lmiiwhvye

THE CHALLENGES FOR DEVELOPING A PUBLIC AGENDA UNDER INDUSTRY 4.0

Josélia Elvira Teixeira, Silvio Roberto Stefani
2021 Revista Gestão em Análise  
It is not only about the increase of new technologies in production but will reach dimensions in labor relations, in social and institutional spaces, and regulation.  ...  The use of autonomous, flexible, and cooperative robots will be intensified, in manufacturing production. The intensification of its use will decrease robot prices.  ...  Additive manufacture is a process of automated fabrication underpinned in making tridimensional physical objects from 3D-CAD data without using tools that depend on pieces.  ... 
doi:10.12662/2359-618xregea.v9i3.p240-253.2020 fatcat:ckzrba5o7ffcphvqmvrcmx6trm

Anticipation in Human-Robot Cooperation: A Recurrent Neural Network Approach for Multiple Action Sequences Prediction

Paul Schydlo, Mirko Rakovic, Lorenzo Jamone, Jose Santos-Victor
2018 2018 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA)  
Close human-robot cooperation is a key enabler for new developments in advanced manufacturing and assistive applications.  ...  Recent approaches based on neural networks have led to encouraging results in the human action prediction problem both in continuous and discrete spaces.  ...  This distribution is obtained by projecting the recurrent neural network's internal state and normalizing it through a softmax layer.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icra.2018.8460924 dblp:conf/icra/SchydloRJS18 fatcat:w5mirdxvqvavfhhful3onymple

Self-Organization in Network Sociotechnical Systems

Svetlana Maltseva, Vasily Kornilov, Vladimir Barakhnin, Alexander Gorbunov, Yue Song
2022 Complexity  
Among these features are the flexible automation of production systems and the possibility of automated planning, which allow them to manufacture a wider array of products. e production and control systems  ...  onlooker bee agents will find unknown cloud sources, and the collected resources are clustered by resource cluster methods. e "honeybee" agents are cooperative and can be efficiently used for search automation  ...  Conflicts of Interest e authors declare that there are no conflicts of interest regarding the publication of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/5714395 fatcat:efj5oypcx5fx3io52aqryigsde

The Impact of Cyberattacks on Efficient Operations of CAVs

Ian McManus, Kevin Heaslip
2022 Frontiers in Future Transportation  
The implementation of connected and automated vehicles promises increased safety and efficiency by leveraging advances in technology.  ...  INTRODUCTION Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV) are currently one of the main focuses of the transportation research community, with many Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) and technology companies  ...  Challenge, where universities, vehicle manufacturers, and other companies deployed automated vehicle technology that is now attempting to be deployed to the consumer market (Davidson and Spinoulas, 2015  ... 
doi:10.3389/ffutr.2022.792649 doaj:a88192a0efc2492ba0e82485f5157b04 fatcat:aooirklkezf5dkhvntb4jvunhu

Strategic aspects of cross-company item-level RFID usage — A game theoretic analysis

Christoph Goebel, Oliver Gunther
2010 2010 Internet of Things (IOT)  
Applying basic Game Theoretic tools, we analyze the incentives of manufacturers and retailers to use item-level RFID cooperatively.  ...  Using realistic numerical input values for the model, we illustrate how the profit distribution among manufacturer and retailer changes as item-level RFID is used for different purposes along the consumer  ...  Subgame 3 begins after the retailer has requested tagging and the manufacturer has chosen to cooperate.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iot.2010.5678433 dblp:conf/iot/GoebelG10 fatcat:d6na5ojcy5gsrmnhq34f5zybtq

Governing with Clean Hands: Automated Public Toilets and Sanitary Surveillance

Irus Braverman
2009 Surveillance & Society  
) to urban spaces sounds like very good news.  ...  Additionally, the APTs normally feature automated devices, and, most prominently, the auto-flush and the automated faucet and dryer.  ...  In this vein, Delta, the American manufacturer of faucets mentioned earlier, promotes e-Flow™, "the first hands-free electronic faucet designed specifically for residential use."  ... 
doi:10.24908/ss.v8i1.3471 fatcat:ccjaumbjzbfnteuiohah3aa3my

Transfer Learning versus Multi-agent Learning regarding Distributed Decision-Making in Highway Traffic [article]

Mark Schutera, Niklas Goby, Dirk Neumann, Markus Reischl
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Ralf Mikut from the Institute for Automation and Applied Informatics, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, who provided insight and expertise that greatly enhanced this and other research.  ...  At the same time, autonomous systems are distributed by a number of different manufacturers and suppliers.  ...  The neural network's ANN shared parameters are distributed and shared across all agents A i (see Fig. 2 ).  ... 
arXiv:1810.08515v1 fatcat:5geimpxlafddrhifkfadrdom7e
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