Chirn, JL and McFarlane, DC (2000) Component-based approach to the holonic control of a robot assembly cell. Proceedings - IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 4. pp. 3701-3706. ISSN 1050-4729Full text not available from this repository.
The aim of this paper is to describe the implementation of a new approach for the introduction of so called 'holonic manufacturing' principles into existing production control systems. Such an approach is intended to improve the reconfigurability of the control system to cope with the increasing requirements of production change. A conceptual architecture is described and implemented in a robot assembly cell to demonstrate that this approach can lead to a manufacturing control system which can adapt relatively simply to long-term change. A design methodology and migration strategy for achieving these solutions using conventional hardware is proposed to develop execution level of manufacturing control systems.
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