Context Awareness for Self-adaptive and Highly Available Production Systems

  title={Context Awareness for Self-adaptive and Highly Available Production Systems},
  author={Sebastian Scholze and Jos{\'e} Barata and Oliver Kotte},
A new approach for the realization of self-adaptive and highly available production systems based on a context aware approach, allowing self-adaptation of flexible manufacturing processes in production systems and effective knowledge sharing to support maintenance, is presented. The usage of dynamically changing context as basis for adaptation of flexible manufacturing lines/processes and effective knowledge sharing is proposed. The presented solution includes services for context extraction… 
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