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|Title:||Integrated process planning and scheduling in networked manufacturing systems for I4.0: a review and framework proposal|
Putnik, Goran D.
Manupati, Vijay K.
Integrated process planning and scheduling
|Citation:||Varela, M. L., Putnik, G. D., Manupati, V. K., Machado, J., et. al. (2019). Integrated process planning and scheduling in networked manufacturing systems for I4. 0: a review and framework proposal. Wireless Networks, 1-13.|
|Abstract(s):||© 2019, The Author(s). Integrated process planning and scheduling in networked manufacturing systems plays a crucial role nowadays and in the forthcoming context of Industry 4.0 to enable effective and efficient decisions, and to improve the business market, based on collaboration, along with computer-based distributed manufacturing and management functions. In this paper some insights regarding a literature review carried out about this main subjects analysed are presented and discussed. Moreover, a framework for integrated process planning and scheduling in networked manufacturing systems is proposed and briefly described, along with some main underlying issues, which are further discussed. Thus, the main purpose of this research consists on presenting a proposed methodology, based on the study conducted, to enable to further assist either academia or industry to develop new tools, techniques and approaches for integrated process planning in networked manufacturing environments. The findings and contributions of this research can help in the implementation and improvement in distributed manufacturing environments, to be linked with small and medium enterprises, to further expand their potentialities through well suited integrated process planning and scheduling decision making processes.|
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