A Process Definition Environment for Component Based Manufacturing Machine Control Systems Developed Under the Foresight Vehicle Programme 2002-01-0468
The COMponent Based Paradigm for AGile Automation (COMPAG) provides a component-based solution to engine production-line machine control systems. The traditional PLC system is replaced with a distributed control network containing intelligent nodes comprising locally controlled actuators and sensors.
The Process Definition Environment provides support for the specification, configuration, and maintenance of the machine control application and facilitates both the initial design and maintenance stages of the lifecycle by describing the control logic as a set of consistent timing and state transition diagrams commonly used in the initial design stages.
Citation: Thomas, D., West, A., Harrison, R., and McLeod, C., "A Process Definition Environment for Component Based Manufacturing Machine Control Systems Developed Under the Foresight Vehicle Programme," SAE Technical Paper 2002-01-0468, 2002, https://doi.org/10.4271/2002-01-0468. Download Citation
D. W. Thomas, A. A. West, R. Harrison, C. S. McLeod
SAE 2002 World Congress & Exhibition
Manufacturing equipment and machinery
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