CHANGE IN CONCEPT FROM CONVENTIONAL TO DIGITAL FACTORY OF THE FUTURE

  • 1Technical University of Kosice, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Management, Industrial and Digital Engineering, Kosice
  • 2Technical University of Kosice, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Automation, Mechatronics, Robotics and Production Systems, Department of Automation and Human Machine Interaction, Kosice

Abstract

The study of the Digital Factory consists of the design of an automated manufacturing system with elements of autonomy within the concept of Industry 4.0. This study origin was inspired with the production of drumsticks. For the intended purposes, manufacturing system designs for Factories of Future are created. The system consists of elements that are part of the digital production with automated functions that serve to communicate and interconnect the equipment located inside the factory as well as its external parts - buildings. Together, they should create a comprehensive set of automated elements and autonomous production in Smart Future Factories.

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