An Information Reporting Web Service Framework for Integration of Gate-to-Gate Process-to-Energy Metrics
Modern day manufacturing is required to respond to many facets of dynamic change including consumer and technological trending, increasing levels of legislation, fluctuation of competitor market strategy and total available market based on domestic and international trading conditions amongst others. High up on the supply chain agenda and a topic of continually increasing importance is energy efficiency. This paper presents an information reporting service framework for gate-to-gate (G2G) process-to-energy (P2E) metrics. Our use case focuses on obtaining energy performance information associated with welding robots used in assembly process.
Keywordssustainable manufacturing automotive assembly energy metrics reporting
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