Industrial cyber-physical systems operate simultaneously in the physical and digital worlds of business and are now a cornerstone of the fourth industrial revolution. Increasingly, these systems are becoming the way forward for academics and industrialists alike. The very essence of these systems, however, is often misunderstood or misinterpreted. This book thus sheds light on the problem areas surrounding cyber-physical systems and provides the reader with the key principles for understanding and illustrating them.
Presented using a pedagogical approach, with numerous examples of applications, this book is the culmination of more than ten years of study by the Intelligent Manufacturing and Services Systems (IMS2) French research group, part of the MACS (Modeling, Analysis and Control of Dynamic Systems) research group at the CNRS. It is intended both for engineers who are interested in emerging industrial developments and for master’s level students wishing to learn about the industrial systems of the future.
Part 1. Conceptualizing Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems.
1. General Concepts, Olivier Cardin and Damien Trentesaux.
2. Moving Towards a Sustainable Model: Societal, Economic and Environmental, Patrick Martin, Maroua Nouiri and Ali Siadat.
Part 2. Sensing and Distributing Information Within Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems.
3. Information Flow in Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems, Thierry Berger and Yves Sallez.
4. The Intelligent Product Concept, William Derigent.
Part 3. Digitalizing at the Service of Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems.
5. Virtualizing Resources, Products and the Information System, Theodor Borangiu, Silviu Raileanu and Octavian Morariu.
6. Cybersecurity of Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems, Antoine Gallais and Youcef Imine.
Part 4. Controlling Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems.
7. Industrial Agents: From the Holonic Paradigm to Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems, Paulo Leitao, Stamatis Karnouskos and Armando Walter Colombo.
8. Holonic Control Architectures, Olivier Cardin, William Derigent and Damien Trentesaux.
Part 5. Learning and Interacting with Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems.
9. Big Data Analytics and Machine Learning for Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems, Yasamin Eslami, Mario Lezoche and Philippe Thomas.
10. Human–Industrial Cyber-Physical System Integration: Design and Evaluation Methods, Marie-Pierre Pacaux-Lemoine and Frank Flemisch.
Part 6. Transforming Industries with Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems.
11. Impact of Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems on Reconfigurable Manufacturing Systems, Catherine Da Cunha and Nathalie Klement.
12. Impact of Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems on Global and Interconnected Logistics, Shenle Pan, Mariam Lafkihi and Eric Ballot.
13. Impact of Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems on Transportation, John Mbuli and Damien Trentesaux.
14. Impacts of Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems on the Building Trades, William Derigent and Laurent Joblot.
15. Impact of Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems on the Health System, Franck Fontanili and Maria Di Mascolo.
Part 7. Envisioning the Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems of the Future.
16. Ethics and Responsibility of Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems, Sylvie Jonas and Françoise Lamnabhi-Lagarrigue.
17. Teaching and Learning ICPS: Lessons Learned and Best Practices, Bilal Ahmad, Freeha Azmat, Armando Walter Colombo and Gerrit Jan Veltink.
Olivier Cardin is a lecturer in Industrial Engineering at the IUT de Nantes, Nantes University, France.
William Derigent is a Professor in Industrial Engineering at the University of Lorraine, France.
Damien Trentesaux is a Professor in Industrial Engineering at the University Polytechnique Hauts-de-France, France.
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