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Scott Ferguson – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Evaluation of System Evolvability Based on Usable Excess
    Journal of Mechanical Design, 2016
    Co-Authors: Jeffrey D. Allen, Christopher A. Mattson, Scott Ferguson

    Abstract:

    Complex, large-scale engineered systems are an integral part of modern society. The cost of these systems is often high, while their ability to react to emergent requirements can be low. This paper proposes evolvability, based on usable excess, as a possible metric to promote system longevity. An equation for the usability of excess, previously defined only in terms of quantity, is improved to include the attributes of type, location, and form as well as quantity. A methodology for evaluating a system’s evolvability is also presented. Using an Automated Assembly Line as an example, we show that system evolvability can be modeled as a function of usable excess.

  • Evaluation of System Reconfigurability Based on Usable Excess
    Volume 2B: 40th Design Automation Conference, 2014
    Co-Authors: Jeffrey D. Allen, Christopher A. Mattson, Jason D. Watson, Scott Ferguson

    Abstract:

    The challenge of designing complex engineered systems with long service lives can be daunting. As customer needs change over time, such systems must evolve to meet these needs. This paper presents a method for evaluating the reconfigurability of systems to meet future needs. Specifically we show that excess capability is a key factor in evaluating the reconfigurability of a system to a particular need, and that the overall system reconfigurability is a function of the system’s reconfigurability to all future needs combined. There are many examples of complex engineered systems; for example, aircraft, ships, communication systems, spacecraft and Automated Assembly Lines. These systems cost millions of dollars to design and millions to replicate. They often need to stay in service for a long time. However, this is often limited by an inability to adapt to meet future needs. Using an Automated Assembly Line as an example, we show that system reconfigurability can be modeled as a function of usable excess capability.Copyright © 2014 by ASME

Kirill Kipriyanov – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • hybrid Automated Line workstations interaction scenario for optical devices Assembly
    2016 18th Conference of Open Innovations Association and Seminar on Information Security and Protection of Information Technology (FRUCT-ISPIT), 2016
    Co-Authors: Alexey Kashevnik, Valery Arckhipov, Nikolay Teslya, Eugeny Yablochnikov, Kirill Kipriyanov

    Abstract:

    The paper propose a scenario for interaction of workstations in the hybrid Automated Assembly Line. Presented scenario is a part of optical devices Assembly process. For the interaction of workstations an ontology-based publish / subscribe self-organizing mechanism is used. For the scenario implementation, an appropriate 3D model has been developed with help of DELMIA modelling system. For modelling workstation interaction the services have been developed based on Smart-M3 information sharing platform that provides possibilities for information sharing and ontology-based publish / subscribe mechanism between different services in a common space.

  • FRUCT – Hybrid Automated Line workstations interaction scenario for optical devices Assembly
    2016 18th Conference of Open Innovations Association and Seminar on Information Security and Protection of Information Technology (FRUCT-ISPIT), 2016
    Co-Authors: Alexey Kashevnik, Valery Arckhipov, Nikolay Teslya, Eugeny Yablochnikov, Kirill Kipriyanov

    Abstract:

    The paper propose a scenario for interaction of workstations in the hybrid Automated Assembly Line. Presented scenario is a part of optical devices Assembly process. For the interaction of workstations an ontology-based publish / subscribe self-organizing mechanism is used. For the scenario implementation, an appropriate 3D model has been developed with help of DELMIA modelling system. For modelling workstation interaction the services have been developed based on Smart-M3 information sharing platform that provides possibilities for information sharing and ontology-based publish / subscribe mechanism between different services in a common space.

  • FRUCT – Industrial cyber-physical system for lenses Assembly: configuration workstation scenario
    2015 17th Conference of Open Innovations Association (FRUCT), 2015
    Co-Authors: Alexey Kashevnik, Nikolay Teslya, Boris Padun, Kirill Kipriyanov, Valery Arckhipov

    Abstract:

    The paper presents industrial cyber-physical system for two robots interaction in configuration workstation for lenses Assembly. Robots interact with each other through the smart space infrastructure, which is developed based on Smart-M3 information sharing platform. Authors focus on the reference model of proposed system and its implementation for flexible Automated Assembly Line (agile Automated Assembly Line «3AL») accessible in the research laboratory of the ITMO University.

Alexey Kashevnik – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • hybrid Automated Line workstations interaction scenario for optical devices Assembly
    2016 18th Conference of Open Innovations Association and Seminar on Information Security and Protection of Information Technology (FRUCT-ISPIT), 2016
    Co-Authors: Alexey Kashevnik, Valery Arckhipov, Nikolay Teslya, Eugeny Yablochnikov, Kirill Kipriyanov

    Abstract:

    The paper propose a scenario for interaction of workstations in the hybrid Automated Assembly Line. Presented scenario is a part of optical devices Assembly process. For the interaction of workstations an ontology-based publish / subscribe self-organizing mechanism is used. For the scenario implementation, an appropriate 3D model has been developed with help of DELMIA modelling system. For modelling workstation interaction the services have been developed based on Smart-M3 information sharing platform that provides possibilities for information sharing and ontology-based publish / subscribe mechanism between different services in a common space.

  • FRUCT – Hybrid Automated Line workstations interaction scenario for optical devices Assembly
    2016 18th Conference of Open Innovations Association and Seminar on Information Security and Protection of Information Technology (FRUCT-ISPIT), 2016
    Co-Authors: Alexey Kashevnik, Valery Arckhipov, Nikolay Teslya, Eugeny Yablochnikov, Kirill Kipriyanov

    Abstract:

    The paper propose a scenario for interaction of workstations in the hybrid Automated Assembly Line. Presented scenario is a part of optical devices Assembly process. For the interaction of workstations an ontology-based publish / subscribe self-organizing mechanism is used. For the scenario implementation, an appropriate 3D model has been developed with help of DELMIA modelling system. For modelling workstation interaction the services have been developed based on Smart-M3 information sharing platform that provides possibilities for information sharing and ontology-based publish / subscribe mechanism between different services in a common space.

  • FRUCT – Industrial cyber-physical system for lenses Assembly: configuration workstation scenario
    2015 17th Conference of Open Innovations Association (FRUCT), 2015
    Co-Authors: Alexey Kashevnik, Nikolay Teslya, Boris Padun, Kirill Kipriyanov, Valery Arckhipov

    Abstract:

    The paper presents industrial cyber-physical system for two robots interaction in configuration workstation for lenses Assembly. Robots interact with each other through the smart space infrastructure, which is developed based on Smart-M3 information sharing platform. Authors focus on the reference model of proposed system and its implementation for flexible Automated Assembly Line (agile Automated Assembly Line «3AL») accessible in the research laboratory of the ITMO University.