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Top-level scenario planning and overall framework of smart manufacturing implementation system (SMIS) for enterprise

  • Xianyu ZhangEmail author
  • Xinguo Ming
  • Yuanju Qu
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Abstract

In the current trend of smart manufacturing, the architecture of smart manufacturing is gradually proposed by many countries in the world. Main components, elements, functions, and relationships of these smart manufacturing architectures have been clarified. However, the specific details of cross matching of different dimensions in these smart manufacturing architectures have not been thoroughly developed. Therefore, a certain part of a plane intersected of system hierarchy dimension and smart characteristics dimension in the model for smart manufacturing (SMS) from a perspective of implementation was selected for detailed study, which is defined as smart manufacturing implementation system (SMIS). Firstly, a top-level scenario planning of SMIS was proposed from perspectives of lean factory, interconnection factory, information factory, transparent factory, virtual factory, and smart factory. Then, an overall framework of SMIS was deduced through a top-level scenario planning of SMIS. Finally, through a case study, the specific implementation process of SMIS is obtained. Through the proposed overall framework and implementation path of SMIS, enterprises can implement intelligent manufacturing step by step. In addition, the top-level scenario planning and overall framework of SMIS are complementary to the SMS proposed by China.

Keywords

Smart manufacturing Manufacturing system Manufacturing in China 2025 Digital factory Integrated system Information system 

Abbreviations

BC

block control

CNC

computerized numerical control

DCS

distributed control system

ERP

enterprise resource planning

IIRA

Industrial Internet Reference Architecture

IOT

Internet of Things

IVRA

Industrial Value Chain Reference Architecture

LES

Logistics Execution System

MBO

management by objective

MES

manufacturing execution system

MII

manufacturing intelligent integrated system

NB-IOT

Narrow Band Internet of Things

NC

numerical control

PDM

product data management

PDU

protocol data unit

PLC

programmable logic controller

PLM

product life-cycle management

PMC

production material control

Q-DAS

quality-direct attached storage

RAMI 4.0

Reference Architecture Model Industry 4.0

RGV

rail guided vehicle

SCADA

Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition

SME

smart manufacturing ecosystem

SMIS

smart manufacturing implementation system

SMS

smart manufacturing systems

SNC

supply chain network collaboration

SPM

smart process management

SRM

supplier relationship management

TMS

transport management system

WMS

warehouse management system

Notes

Acknowledgment

The author would like to thank SJTU Innovation Center of Producer Service Development, Shanghai Research Center for industrial Informatics, and Shanghai Key Lab of Advanced Manufacturing Environment for the funding support to this research.

Funding

This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (grant number 71632008); Major Project for Aero engines and Gas turbines (grant number 2017-I-0007-0008, grant number 2017-I-0011-0012); and Innovation and Development of Industrial Internet in Shanghai of China (grant number 2017-GYHLW-01009, grant number 2017-GYHLW-01011, grant number 2018-GYHLW-01045).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.SJTU Innovation Center of Producer Service Development, Shanghai Research Center for industrial Informatics, Shanghai Key Lab of Advanced Manufacturing Environment, Institute of Intelligent Manufacturing, School of Mechanical EngineeringShanghai Jiao Tong UniversityShanghaiChina

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