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A Framework for Maintenance 4.0
Ref: CISTER-TR-180813       Publication Date: 13 to 15, Jun, 2018

A Framework for Maintenance 4.0

Ref: CISTER-TR-180813       Publication Date: 13 to 15, Jun, 2018

Abstract:
The rapid development of new low-cost sensors of reasonable processing power have led to the introduction of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) to support maintenance, which in turn together with a scalable, two level data processing architecture has taken maintenance as such to a new level i.e. Maintenance 4.0. The potential of CPS to support maintenance is explained, and it is related to the requirements set upon the sensors, such as robustness, communication capabilities, intelligence, small size, etc. A new framework and architecture with support for Health management, Prognostics and Collaborative decision-making functionalities that takes the full advantage of the above introduced new technologies is described both theoretically and in the light of some industrial use case examples. A comparative between the approaches implemented in the use cases brings light into the maintenance possibilities to address in such a framework.

Authors:
Erkki Jantunen
,
Giovanni di Orio
,
Felix Larrinaga
,
Martin Becker
,
Michele Albano
,
Pedro Maló


Events:

MIMAR 2018
13, Jun, 2018 >> 15, Jun, 2018
10th IMA International Conference on Modelling in Industrial Maintenance and Reliability
Manchester, United Kingdom


10th IMA International Conference on Modelling in Industrial Maintenance and Reliability (MIMAR 2018).
Manchester, United Kingdom.



Record Date: 30, Aug, 2018