The aim of this paper is to study a set of emerging key-enabling requirements for the design of multi-agent or holonic manufacturing systems dealing with the energy aware scheduling of future production systems. These requirements are organized according to three different views, namely informational, organizational and lifecycle views. It is shown that these emerging key-enabling requirements are not sufficiently addressed by the research literature. An illustrative futuristic example of a system complying with these requirements is provided. From this example, new research opportunities and issues can be easily found.

Emerging key requirements for future energy-aware production scheduling systems: A multi-agent and holonic perspective

TONELLI, FLAVIO;
2017-01-01

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The aim of this paper is to study a set of emerging key-enabling requirements for the design of multi-agent or holonic manufacturing systems dealing with the energy aware scheduling of future production systems. These requirements are organized according to three different views, namely informational, organizational and lifecycle views. It is shown that these emerging key-enabling requirements are not sufficiently addressed by the research literature. An illustrative futuristic example of a system complying with these requirements is provided. From this example, new research opportunities and issues can be easily found.
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