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I4.0_Interface

In this repository you will be able to find Industry 4.0 interface middleware implementation of the xPPU.

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If you use the content of this repository for your research, please cite the following document in your publications:

S. Bougouffa, K. Meßmer, S. Cha, E. Trunzer and B. Vogel-Heuser. "Industry 4.0 Interface for Dynamic Reconfiguration of an Open Lab Size Automated Production System to Allow Remote Community Experiments," in IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM), IEEE, Dec. 2017, pp. 2058-2062.
@inproceedings{ BoMeCh2017,
	author = "Bougouffa, Safa and  Meßmer, Kilian and  Cha, Suhyun and  Trunzer, Emanuel and  Vogel-Heuser, Birgit", 
	title = "Industry 4.0 Interface for Dynamic Reconfiguration of an Open Lab Size Automated Production System to Allow Remote Community Experiments",
	booktitle = "IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM)",
	year = "2017",
	abstract = "Nowadays, there are various use cases and proprietary demonstrators for Industry 4.0 or Cyber Physical Production Systems (CPPS) developed, operated and maintained by the one or other research institutions. Within the development of new technologies for Industry 4.0, such demonstrators are used, which allow the interaction with the physical world, i.e. the machinery containing sensors and actuators. In this paper, we propose a concept that allows remote access using an Industry 4.0 interface on an open lab size automated production system (aPS) that has been available and used as a research community demonstrator for more than 5 years. Besides availability of evolution scenarios in various models and codes, offering the possibility to conduct experiments from remote enables easier access and opportunities to interact with an aPS and provides a basis for concepts like production as a service and other research areas. The proposed concept is based on a model-driven approach that allows a dynamic reconfiguration of automation control code and generates a middleware interface. The middleware dynamically offers the possibility to retrieve information about the aPS and allows the control of the aPS via web services."
}

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