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Industrial Collaborative Robotics Platform

Abstract : Cyber-physical systems are not designed to integrate an industrial collaborative network when their integration with other systems is required. It is necessary to adopt a strategic model of integration and value creation that allows the interoperability of equipment supported by open technologies, based on the concepts underlying Industry 4.0. To this end, a conceptual information architecture is proposed to manage industrial robotic platforms based on a Cyber Device Bus design. The challenge is to contribute to an open technological framework involving computer systems, cyber-physical systems, and IoT elements in a logic of integration by adaptation without the need for specialized adapters. Adaptation occurs through the adoption of the Informatics System of Systems (ISoS) technological framework, providing an integrated service-oriented (micro-services) view of technology elements and establishing cooperation between computer and cyber-physical systems under different responsibilities and based on a diversity of technological frameworks.
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Luis Vicente, Pedro Lomelino, Fernando Carreira, Francisco M. Campos, Mário J. G. C. Mendes, et al.. Industrial Collaborative Robotics Platform. 22nd IFIP WG 5.5 Working Conference on VIRTUAL ENTERPRISES, PRO-VE 2021, Nov 2021, Saint-Etienne, France. 10p. ⟨emse-03346511⟩



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