Diolino José dos Santos Filho

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Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) are designed to prevent and / or mitigate accidents, avoiding undesirable high potential risk scenarios, assuring protection of people's health, protecting the environment and saving costs of industrial equipment. Standards such as ANSI/ISA S.84.01; IEC 61508, IEC 61511, among others, guide different activities related to(More)
The market needs requires the Production Systems (PS) to offer a diversity of products, at shorten product life cycles, with cost and quality exigencies. It means PS have to support concurrent execution of production processes, to coordinate the shared resources according to each resource type management and operational strategies, and to deal with time(More)
In general, the control systems for conventional manufacturing systems are organized into hierarchical layers such as, enterprise control, factory control, and shop floor control. In an approach based on division in scope and breadth of the problems these levels are designed to act with relative autonomy. However, currently manufacturing systems must(More)
Competition in the market is getting more and more globalized and the fast technological changes force manufacturers to search for new ways to stimulate the productive system to the market requirements. Several proposals have been put forward in an attempt to solve the problem of the control of productive systems distributed whenever it is necessary to(More)
The recent market demand is very dynamic; consequently the product life cycles tends to be more and more short and a variety of products must be produced in a simultaneous manner. The simultaneous productions of different items request the project of control systems to Flexible Production System (FPSs) to manage the execution of multiple process(More)
The fourth Industrial Revolution, also called Industry 4.0 (I4.0), has been increasing the expectation around productive systems. It is a new concept that has been changing the view and the value chain of enterprises. The I4.0 comprise the smart factory, bringing the emerging concepts of Internet of Things (IoT) and cyber-physical system (CPS) into(More)
The manufacturing control system must immediately react to a variation in product, process specification, fault occurrence, changes in the resources functional capabilities, and other operational factors. Besides, to gain competitive advantage, distributed productive systems must work in cooperation with each other. To effectively integrate these(More)