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A hybrid manufacturing control based on smart lots in a disrupted industrial context

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In the context of high-quality products, some manufacturing companies suffer from a high reworks rate and, consequently, they have also problems with their production flow scheduling. This preliminary work deals with one of such companies. The aim, is to propose a solution based on a global schedule which will interact with the smart products or lots and with collaborative local schedules having their own specifics goals. In order to strengthen the reactivity faced to internal variations (reworks loops) or external variations (demands changes) and to ensure that the global schedule of the whole system will be realistic, the concept of smart products has been adopted.
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hal-01561500 , version 1 (12-07-2017)

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Emmanuel Zimmermann, Hind Bril El Haouzi, Philippe Thomas, André Thomas, Mélanie Noyel. A hybrid manufacturing control based on smart lots in a disrupted industrial context. 20th IFAC World Congress, IFAC 2017, Jul 2017, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-01561500⟩
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