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A Study on Application of Systems Engineering Approach to Design of Smart Manufacturing Execution System
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A Study on Application of Systems Engineering Approach to Design of Smart Manufacturing Execution System
Jeon, Byeong-woo; Shin, Kee-Young; Hong, Dae-Geun; Suh, Suk-Hwan;
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 Abstract
Manufacturing Execution System(MES) is in charge of manufacturing execution in the shop floor based on the inputs given by high level information such as ERP, etc. The typical MES implemented is not tightly interconnected with shop floor control system including real (or near real) time monitoring and control devices such as PLC. The lack of real-time interfaces is one of the major obstacles to achieve accurate and optimization of the total performance index of the shop floor system. Smart factory system in the paradigm of Industry 4.0 tries to solve the problems via CPS (Cyber Physical System) technology and FILS (Factory In-the-Loop System). In this paper, we conducted Systems Engineering Approach to design an advanced MES (namely Smart MES) that can accommodate CPS and FILS concept. Specifically, we tailored Systems Engineering Process (SEP) based on an International Standard formalized as ISO/IEC 15288 to develop Stakeholders' Requirements (StR), System Requirements (SyR). The deliverables of each process are modeled and represented by the SysML, UML customized to Systems Engineering. The results of the research can provide a conceptual framework for future MES that can play a crucial role in the Smart Factory.
 Keywords
Manufacturing Execution System(MES);Cyber Physical System(CPS);Systems Engineering;
 Language
Korean
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