An Ontology Proposal for Resilient Multi-plant Networks
This paper presents an ontology proposal for the REMPLANET FP7 project which aims at developing methods, guidelines and tools for the implementation of the Resilient Multi-Plant Networks in non-hierarchical manufacturing networks, characterized by noncentralized decision making. Due to structural heterogeneity of REMPLANET integration scenarios, an ontological approach seems to be a first key challenge to be addressed. Consequently, one of the main contributions of this paper is to provide an initial ontological approach, intended to harmonize domain concepts and their relationships.
KeywordsSupply Chain Open Innovation Mass Customization Manufacturing Network Data Interoperability
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