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New Requirement Analysis Approach for Cyber-Physical Systems in an Intralogistics Use Case

Abstract : Nowadays, cyber physical systems support the improvement of efficiency in intralogistics by controlling and manipulating the production and logistic environment autonomously. Due to the complexity of the individual production processes, designing suitable cyber-physical systems based on their existing production environment is a challenge for companies. This paper presents a new methodology on how to design cyber-physical systems conceptually to suit an individual production environment. Compared to existing design approaches, this methodology matches immediately the required functions to existing information and communication technology’s components insisting on the neutral assimilation of requirements. Therefore, the requirement specification asks for needed functions in relating to offered functions of information and communication technology (ICT) components. The paper focusses the use case of implementing a cutting-edge mobile network technology into an existing tracking and tracing process.
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Günther Schuh, Anne Bernardy, Violett Zeller, Volker Stich. New Requirement Analysis Approach for Cyber-Physical Systems in an Intralogistics Use Case. 18th Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises (PROVE), Sep 2017, Vicenza, Italy. pp.149-156, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-65151-4_14⟩. ⟨hal-01674853⟩

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