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Product lifecycle management Sensors RFID PEID Product embedded information devices STEP Semantic web Ontology Internet of things a b s t r a c t With the advent of the information and related emerging technologies, such as RFID, small size sensors and sensor networks or, more generally, product embedded information devices (PEID), a new generation of(More)
PROMISE will develop appropriate technology, including product lifecycle models, product embedded information devices with associated firmware and software components and tools for decision making based on data gathered through a product lifecycle. This is done to enable and exploit the seamless flow, tracing and updating of information about a product,(More)
Conventional programming of numerical controlled machine tools is generally based on G-Codes (ISO 6983). This sequential programming language does contain simple commands for single movement and switching operations but cannot support more complex geometries or logical structures. Therefore it does no longer satisfy the requirements of modern NC technology.(More)
The current academic and industrial product lifecycle management (PLM) vision—that consists in setting up a comprehensive set of models, methodologies, processes and information systems covering the entire product lifecycle [1–3]—has not yet fulfilled all life phases' requirements [5,4,6]. This is particularly right at the beginning-of-life (BOL) phase(More)