Track 4 - Automated manufacturing Systems

Track Chairs

Ricardo J. Rodríguez, University of Zaragoza

Ricardo J. Rodríguez

University of Zaragoza, Spain
Michael Weyrich, University of Stuttgart

Michael Weyrich

University of Stuttgart, Germany

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The track is focused on the use of techniques and technologies for modelling, analysis, intelligent control, and enterprise integration of automated manufacturing systems.

Topics under this track include (but not limited to)

  • Autonomous manufacturing systems
  • Asset Administration shell for digital twin
  • Biointelligent Manufacturing Automation
  • LLM for automation in manufacturing
  • Skill based Automation
  • Circular Economy Concepts through Autonomous Production
  • Industry 4.0 and 5.0 technologies and its applications to automated manufacturing
  • Optimization, flexible management and self-adaptive manufacturing
  • Performance evaluation and reliability of discrete and continuous industrial automation systems
  • Software-defined manufacturing systems and enterprise integration
  • Best practices for Digital Twin in automated manufacturing
  • Data spaces for track and trace of value chains in production
  • Intelligent Cyber-Physical Production Systems
  • Standardization of modelling, software and control in automated manufacturing
  • Condition monitoring, predictive maintenance, and fault diagnosis
  • IT for networked and distributed manufacturing systems
  • Design and application of IT architectures, e.g., service-oriented technologies
  • Synthesis, modelling and analysis of manufacturing systems
  • Test cases, benchmarks, methods and validation and verification tools
  • Methods and tools for safety and security in automated manufacturing
  • Scheduling, resource allocation and optimization
  • Discrete Event Systems in manufacturing
  • Special applications and experiences in industry