HoMuCS A Methodology and Architecture for Holonic Multi--cell Control Systems

  • Alting, Leo (Project Manager)
  • Langer, Gilad (Project Participant)

    Project Details


    Ph.D. project: Gilad Langer
    Technology alone is not the solution for increasing flexibility and adaptability of current control systems in manufacturing. A new approach, characterised by co-ordination
    of distributed autonomous and intelligent units, is imperative. This research is aimed at developing an intelligent and distributed control structure by developing a method,
    architecture and drawing guidelines for application and development of a multi-cell control system. The research involves combination of theoretical research, practical
    study, and test implementations. The project's success depends on the adaptability of the results, which will be exemplified by case studies in industrial firms and an
    experimental test-bed at DTU.
    After Assoc. Professor Arne Bilberg left the Department Professor Leo Alting became the main supervisor
    Effective start/end date01/01/199631/01/1999


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