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Virtual Testing of Manufacturing Architectures

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Richard Weston from Manufacturing Modeling Ltd would like to share his original and recent thoughts on modeling manufacturing architectures. Richard used to be a founder and director of Manufacturing System Integration (MSI) Research Institute in Loughborough University. Now he is Managing Director of Manufacturing Modeling Ltd and a consultant professor in Cranfield University (his CV is enclosed).

In his talk Richard will describe his latest ideas on modeling manufacturing architectures which have emerged from his supervising many PhD studies and playing & supporting senior management roles in large and small businesses. He will show how key properties of manufacturing architectures can be modeled, explicitly and coherently, in support of multiple level of abstraction simulation modeling. By such means virtual testing of the reachable behaviours of manufacturing architectures is facilitated so that sponsoring manufacturing enterprises have already realised significant Improvements to the design and operation of their people, IT and machine systems. Richard’s main reason for giving this talk is to seek future collaboration with like minded researchers.

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