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Characteristics Analysis of Sustainable Manufacturing System and V&V Strategy
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 Title & Authors
Characteristics Analysis of Sustainable Manufacturing System and V&V Strategy
Yoon, SooCheol; Suh, Suk-Hwan;
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 Abstract
Manufacturing industry is one of the core sectors providing national competitiveness and economical impact Today's manufacturing industry is required to fulfill so called Sustainable Factory paradigm from the perspectives of environmental and social development. To cope with the requirements, researches for achieving sustainability in manufacturing system are actively carried out in the world from various perspectives. In this paper, we analyzed systemic characteristics of sustainable manufacturing system, and developed verification & validation strategy based on traceability between system requirement and functionality. The developed methods were applied to a European Project called the Foundation for the Sustainable Factory of the Future (FoFdation). Specifically, we analyzed and verified the deliverables of FoFdation by deriving systems architecture in terms of Component, Function, and Items. The results indicated that the FoFdation is pretty much compliant with the concept of Ubiquitous Factory, and can be used as an International Reference Model for the Smart Factoy, a world wide hot topic under the paradigm of IOT (Internet-Of-Things), if information processing part is supplemented.
 Keywords
System verification and validation;Sustainable Manufacturing;Environment Conscious Manufacturing;Ubiquitous Factory;Smart Factory;UbiDMR (Product/Plant Design, Manufacturing, Recycleing via Ubiquitous Technology);
 Language
Korean
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