Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

D. Winkler, P. Novak, K. Meixner, J. Vyskocil, F. Rinker, S. Biffl:
"Product-Process-Resource Asset Networks as Foundation for Improving CPPS Engineering";
Talk: 2021 26th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA), Västerås, Sweden; 2021-09-07 - 2021-09-10; in: "Proceedings 2021 26th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA)", (2021), ISBN: 978-1-6654-2478-3.

English abstract:
In the engineering of Cyber-Physical Production
Systems (CPPSs), the coordination and data exchange of Product (P), Process (Pī) and Resource (R) assets is success-critical for
creating high-quality engineering products. In industry, product,
process, and resources are often addressed individually without
explicitly expressing their dependencies. Therefore, isolated assets can hinder efficient collaboration within CPPS engineering
projects that can lead to risks in case of overseen dependencies.
Thus, we see the need for explicitly expressing PPR assets
within an PPR Asset Network (PAN) that is (a) capable of
handling assets from different viewpoints and (b) can enable
efficient added value application such as risk, requirements,
and configuration management. The goal of this paper include
a process description for the elicitation of the PAN and to
illustrate added-value applications based on a selected use case,
i.e., the Industry 4.0 Testbed at CTU in Prague. We build on
the PPR concept as foundation for the PAN and for added-value
applications. PAN added-value applications aim at supporting
risk management, requirements engineering, or configuration
management by focusing on PPR assets and dependencies in
context of CPPS engineering. Although PAN provides a valuable
foundation for added-value applications there is the need for
initial effort for the creation/generating the PAN.

Cyber-Physical Production Systems, Product, Process, and Resource Assets (PPR), PPR Asset Network, PAN

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