Conflict Avoidance Within Max-Plus Fault-Tolerant Control: Application to a Seat Assembly System
Flexibility and agility are central requirements for future manufacturing systems (especially assembly systems), because in most industries the product variety and the fluctuations in demand are still increasing. An increase of the degree of flexibility allows more efficient activities aiming at following the dynamically evolving markets. Such systems should be able to react to changes of product, demands, increased varieties of products requirements concerning reduced delivery times and increased product quality. Therefore, a strong focus on the flexibility of manufacturing and assembly systems leads to economic advantages for industrial companies in terms of the system investment cost. In particular, the cost related to the reconfiguration of the system.
The work was supported by the National Science Centre, Poland under Grant: UMO-2017/27/B/ST7/00620.
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