MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS ENVIRONMENT

@inproceedings{Bana2005MANUFACTURINGSE,
  title={MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS ENVIRONMENT},
  author={Salah Ba{\"i}na and Herv{\'e} Panetto and G{\'e}rard Morel},
  year={2005}
}
Enterprise-control system integration between business systems, manufacturing execution systems and shop-floor process-control systems remains a key issue for facilitating the deployment of plant-wide information-control systems. This integration leads to strengthen the paradigm of Business to Manufacturing (B2M) interoperability. However, this needs establishing standards and protocols for data exchange between different enterprise and manufacturing applications. Nevertheless, since there is… CONTINUE READING

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