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Cyber Physical Systems Design and Application for Industry 4 0

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SOFSEM 2021

Author : Tomás Bures
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Intelligent and Fuzzy Techniques in Aviation 4 0

Author : Cengiz Kahraman
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Design Applications and Maintenance of Cyber Physical Systems

Author : Rea, Pierluigi
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Cyber-physical systems (CPS) can be defined as systems in which physical objects are represented in the digital world and integrated with computation, storage, and communication capabilities and are connected to each other in a network. The goal in the use of the CPS is integrating the dynamics of the physical processes with those of the software and networking, providing abstractions and modelling, design, and analysis techniques for the integrated whole. The notion of CPS is linked to concepts of robotics and sensor networks with intelligent systems proper of computational intelligence leading the pathway. Recent advances in science and engineering improve the link between computational and physical elements by means of intelligent systems, increasing the adaptability, autonomy, efficiency, functionality, reliability, safety, and usability of cyber-physical systems. The potential of cyber-physical systems will spread to several directions, including but not limited to intervention, precision manufacturing, operations in dangerous or inaccessible environments, coordination, efficiency, Maintenance 4.0, and augmentation of human capabilities. Design, Applications, and Maintenance of Cyber-Physical Systems gives insights about CPS as tools for integrating the dynamics of the physical processes with those of software and networking, providing abstractions and modelling, design, and analysis techniques for their smart manufacturing interoperation. The book will have an impact upon the research on robotics, mechatronics, integrated intelligent multibody systems, Industry 4.0, production systems management and maintenance, decision support systems, and Maintenance 4.0. The chapters discuss not only the technologies involved in CPS but also insights into how they are used in various industries. This book is ideal for engineers, practitioners, researchers, academicians, and students who are interested in a deeper understanding of cyber-physical systems (CPS), their design, application, and maintenance, with a special focus on modern technologies in Industry 4.0 and Maintenance 4.0.

Enterprise Business Management

Author : Alptekin Erkollar
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Organizations have always been dependent on communication, information, technology and their management. The development of information technology has sped up the importance of management information systems, which is an emerging discipline combining various aspects of informatics, information technology, and business management. Understanding the impact of information on today's organizations requires technological and managerial views, which are both offered by management information systems. Business management is not only about generating greater returns and using new technologies for developing businesses to reach future goals. Business management also means generating better revenue performance if plans are diligently followed. It is part of business management to have an ear to the ground of global economic trends, changing environmental conditions and preferences, as well as the behavior of value chain partners. While, until now, business management and management information systems are mostly treated as independent fields, this publication takes an interest in the cooperation of the two. Its contributions focus on both research areas and practical approaches, in turn showing novelties in the area of enterprise and business management. Main topics covered in this book are technology management, software engineering, knowledge management, innovation management and social media management. This book adopts an international view, combines theory and practice, and is authored for researchers, lecturers, students as well as consultants and practitioners.

Cyber Physical Systems Modelling and Intelligent Control

Author : Alla G. Kravets
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This book highlights original approaches of modelling and intelligent control of cyber-physical systems covering both theoretical and practical aspects. The novel contribution of the book covers the transformation of scientific research and their results into applications for cyber-physical systems design and operation during the whole life cycle in different domains. Given its scope, the book offers an excellent reference book for researchers and other readers in the fields of cyber-physical systems modelling and intelligent control, space exploration and practical implementation of cyber-physical systems. The book also benefits researchers and practitioners in artificial intelligence and machine learning, as described results can be applied in cyber-physical systems design and cost-effectively maintenance. The target audience of this book also includes practitioners and experts, as well as state authorities and representatives of international organizations interested in creating mechanisms for implementing Cyber-Physical Systems projects.

Smart Healthcare System Design

Author : S. K. Hafizul Islam
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The purpose of this book is to help achieve a better integration between the work of researchers and practitioners in a single medium for capturing state-of-the-art IoT solutions in healthcare applications to address how to improve the proficiency of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) in healthcare. It explores possible automated solutions in everyday life, including the structures of healthcare systems built to handle large amounts of data, thereby improving clinical decisions; which is why this book will prove invaluable to professionals who want to increase their understanding of recent challenges in the IoT-enabled healthcare domain. The 14 chapters address various aspects of the IoT system, such as design challenges, theory, various protocols, and implementation issues, and also include several case studies. Smart Healthcare System: Security and Privacy Aspects covers the introduction, development, and applications of smart healthcare models that represent the current state-of-the-art of various domains. The primary focus will be on theory, algorithms, and their implementation targeted at real-world problems. It will deal with different applications to give the practitioner a flavor of how IoT architectures are designed and introduced into various situations. More particularly, this volume consists of 14 chapters contributed by authors well-versed in the subject who are devoted to reporting the latest findings on smart healthcare system design.

Internet of Things IoT Applications for Enterprise Productivity

Author : Koç, Erdinç
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Development in information and communication technologies has led to the advancement of business and enabled enterprises to produce on a global scale. Productivity is a key function in maintaining a competitive advantage in today’s market. The internet of things has rapidly become prevalent in the productivity efforts of businesses. Understanding these technologies and how to implement them into current business practices is vital for researchers and practitioners. Internet of Things (IoT) Applications for Enterprise Productivity is a collection of innovative research on the advancing methods productivity efforts of business through the implementation of the internet of things. While highlighting topics including employee motivation, enterprise productivity, and supply chain tracking, this book is ideally designed for manufacturing professionals, industrialists, engineers, managers, practitioners, academicians, and students seeking current research on enterprise production systems and its transformation using internet of things technologies.

A Roadmap to Industry 4 0 Smart Production Sharp Business and Sustainable Development

Author : Anand Nayyar
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Business innovation and industrial intelligence are paving the way for a future in which smart factories, intelligent machines, networked processes and Big Data are combined to foster industrial growth. The maturity and growth of instrumentation, monitoring and automation as key technology drivers support Industry 4.0 as a viable, competent and actionable business model. This book offers a primer, helping readers understand this paradigm shift from industry 1.0 to industry 4.0. The focus is on grasping the necessary pre-conditions, development & technological aspects that conceptually describe this transformation, along with the practices, models and real-time experience needed to achieve sustainable smart manufacturing technologies. The primary goal is to address significant questions of what, how and why in this context, such as:What is Industry 4.0?What is the current status of its implementation?What are the pillars of Industry 4.0?How can Industry 4.0 be effectively implemented?How are firms exploiting the Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data and other emerging technologies to improve their production and services?How can the implementation of Industry 4.0 be accelerated?How is Industry 4.0 changing the workplace landscape?Why is this melding of the virtual and physical world needed for smart production engineering environments?Why is smart production a game-changing new form of product design and manufacturing?

Cyber Physical Systems Advances in Design Modelling

Author : Alla G. Kravets
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This book presents new findings on cyber-physical systems design and modelling approaches based on AI and data-driven techniques, identifying the key industrial challenges and the main features of design and modelling processes. To enhance the efficiency of the design process, it proposes new approaches based on the concept of digital twins. Further, it substantiates the scientific, practical, and methodological approaches to modelling and simulating of cyber-physical systems. Exploring digital twins of cyber-physical systems as well as of production systems, it proposes combining both mathematical models and data processing techniques as advanced methods for cyber-physical system design and modelling. Moreover, it presents the implementation of the developed prototypes, including testing in real industries, which have collected and analyzed big data and proved their effectiveness. The book is intended for practitioners, enterprise representatives, scientists, and Ph.D. and master’s students interested in the research and applications of cyber-physical systems in different domains.

Applications and Challenges of Maintenance and Safety Engineering in Industry 4 0

Author : Martinetti, Alberto
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To plan, build, monitor, maintain, and dispose of products and assets properly, maintenance and safety requirements must be implemented and followed. A lack of maintenance and safety protocols leads to accidents and environmental disasters as well as unexpected downtime that costs businesses money and time. With the arrival of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and evolving technological tools, it is imperative that safety and maintenance practices be reexamined. Applications and Challenges of Maintenance and Safety Engineering in Industry 4.0 is a collection of innovative research that addresses safety and design for maintenance and reducing the factors that influence and degrade human performance and that provides technological advancements and emergent technologies that reduce the dependence on operator capabilities. Highlighting a wide range of topics including management analytics, internet of things (IoT), and maintenance, this book is ideally designed for engineers, software designers, technology developers, managers, safety officials, researchers, academicians, and students.

Handbook of Industry 4 0 and SMART Systems

Author : Diego Galar Pascual
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Industry 4.0 refers to fourth generation of industrial activity characterized by smart systems and internet-based solutions. This book describes the fourth revolution based on instrumented, interconnected and intelligent assets. The different book chapters provide a perspective on technologies and methodologies developed and deployed leading to this concept. With an aim to increase performance, productivity and flexibility, major application area of maintenance through smart system has been discussed in detail. Applicability of 4.0 in transportation, energy and infrastructure is explored, with effects on technology, organisation and operations from a systems perspective.

Cyber Physical and Gentelligent Systems in Manufacturing and Life Cycle

Author : Berend Denkena
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Cyber-Physical and Gentelligent Systems in Manufacturing and Life Cycle explores the latest technologies resulting from the integration of sensing components throughout the production supply chain, and the resulting possibilities to improve efficiency, flexibility, and product quality. The authors present cutting edge research into data storage in components, communication devices, data acquisition, as well as new industrial applications. Detailed technical descriptions of the tools are presented in addition to discussions of how these systems have been used, the benefits they provide, and what industry problems they could tackle in the future. This is essential reading for researchers and production engineers interested in the potential of cyber physical systems to optimize all parts of the supply chain. Addresses applications of cyber physical systems throughout the product lifecycle, including design, manufacture, and maintenance Features five industry case studies examining tools in different stages of the production chain Provides an invaluable recap of 12 years of advances in digitization of production processes and the implementation of intelligent systems Explores how these technologies could be used to solve problems in the future

Cyber Physical Systems Industry 4 0 Challenges

Author : Alla G. Kravets
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This book presents new findings in industrial cyber-physical system design and control for various domains, as well as their social and economic impacts on society. Industry 4.0 requires new approaches in the context of secure connections, control, and maintenance of cyber-physical systems as well as enhancing their interaction with humans. The book focuses on open issues of cyber-physical system control and its usage, discussing implemented breakthrough systems, models, programs, and methods that could be used in industrial processes for the control, condition assessment, diagnostics, prognostication, and proactive maintenance of cyber-physical systems. Further, it addresses the topic of ensuring the cybersecurity of industrial cyber-physical systems and proposes new, reliable solutions. The authors also examine the impact of university courses on the performance of industrial complexes, and the organization of education for the development of cyber-physical systems. The book is intended for practitioners, enterprise representatives, scientists, students, and Ph.D. and master’s students conducting research in the area of cyber-physical system development and implementation in various domains.

Multi Disciplinary Engineering for Cyber Physical Production Systems

Author : Stefan Biffl
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This book discusses challenges and solutions for the required information processing and management within the context of multi-disciplinary engineering of production systems. The authors consider methods, architectures, and technologies applicable in use cases according to the viewpoints of product engineering and production system engineering, and regarding the triangle of (1) product to be produced by a (2) production process executed on (3) a production system resource. With this book industrial production systems engineering researchers will get a better understanding of the challenges and requirements of multi-disciplinary engineering that will guide them in future research and development activities. Engineers and managers from engineering domains will be able to get a better understanding of the benefits and limitations of applicable methods, architectures, and technologies for selected use cases. IT researchers will be enabled to identify research issues related to the development of new methods, architectures, and technologies for multi-disciplinary engineering, pushing forward the current state of the art.

Cyber Physical Systems Metrological Issues

Author : Svyatoslav Yatsyshyn
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This book presents and considers main trends in the branch of metrology of cyber-physical systems, which are becoming a key element of everyday life. First of all it is destined for engineers, lecturers, students, persons who are not acquainted enough with specificity of cyber-physical systems and their metrology but are interested in it. The authors tried to highlight emergence and development of these systems, combined with the study of their metrology provision and support.

Advances in Design Simulation and Manufacturing IV

Author : Vitalii Ivanov
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Trends in the development of modern scientific thought

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Robots Drones UAVs and UGVs for Operation and Maintenance

Author : Diego Galar
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Industrial assets (such as railway lines, roads, pipelines) are usually huge, span long distances, and can be divided into clusters or segments that provide different levels of functionality subject to different loads, degradations and environmental conditions, and their efficient management is necessary. The aim of the book is to give comprehensive understanding about the use of autonomous vehicles (context of robotics) for the utilization of inspection and maintenance activities in industrial asset management in different accessibility and hazard levels. The usability of deploying inspection vehicles in an autonomous manner is explained with the emphasis on integrating the total process. Key Features Aims for solutions for maintenance and inspection problems provided by robotics, drones, unmanned air vehicles and unmanned ground vehicles Discusses integration of autonomous vehicles for inspection and maintenance of industrial assets Covers the industrial approach to inspection needs and presents what is needed from the infrastructure end Presents the requirements for robot designers to design an autonomous inspection and maintenance system Includes practical case studies from industries

Applying Data Science

Author : Arthur K. Kordon
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This book offers practical guidelines on creating value from the application of data science based on selected artificial intelligence methods. In Part I, the author introduces a problem-driven approach to implementing AI-based data science and offers practical explanations of key technologies: machine learning, deep learning, decision trees and random forests, evolutionary computation, swarm intelligence, and intelligent agents. In Part II, he describes the main steps in creating AI-based data science solutions for business problems, including problem knowledge acquisition, data preparation, data analysis, model development, and model deployment lifecycle. Finally, in Part III the author illustrates the power of AI-based data science with successful applications in manufacturing and business. He also shows how to introduce this technology in a business setting and guides the reader on how to build the appropriate infrastructure and develop the required skillsets. The book is ideal for data scientists who will implement the proposed methodology and techniques in their projects. It is also intended to help business leaders and entrepreneurs who want to create competitive advantage by using AI-based data science, as well as academics and students looking for an industrial view of this discipline.