Wednesday 18th of July

CE - Opening Ceremony [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: A101
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 30 minutes
 

RE - Work/Rest 18th [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Work/Rest Room - B120
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 490 minutes
 

CE - Industry 4.0 – beyond the hype [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: A101
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 09:30
Duration: 40 minutes
 
Keynote Addresser
Francisco Almada Lobo, Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Critical Manufacturing
 
Abstract- Industry 4.0 is increasingly becoming a priority for most high-tech industries. It calls for a future of agile, affordable manufacturing fuelled by technology enablers such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Cloud computing, Mobile Devices and Big Data. While for most manufacturers it is a lucrative concept with the potential of bringing unforeseen benefits and synergies to their operations, the implementation of Industry 4.0 though remains a challenge.

This presentation will first focus on concrete projects that manufacturers are currently implementing as part of their Industry 4.0 strategic initiatives in industries such as semiconductor, electronics, medical devices and automotive - what is being done and how different it is from the automation and digitalization initiatives performed over the past 10 years. Secondly, will show what the target vision of Industry 4.0 is within such manufacturing environments with decentralized, autonomous networks of smart products and automated equipment collaborating in smart supply chains.
 

CF - Coffee Break [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Central Lawn
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 10:10
Duration: 30 minutes
 

SS03 - Session 111 - SS Emerging Intelligence in Distributed Automation Systems [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: A101
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 10:40
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Valeriy Vyatkin
Borja Ferrer

Papers

Hour:10:40
Title:Supporting a Cloud Platform with Streams of Factory Shop Floor Data in the Context of the Industry 4.0
Authors:
Mr. Wael M. Mohammed, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Dr. Borja Ramis Ferrer, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Mr. Umer Iftikhar, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Prof. Jose L. Martinez Lastra, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Mr. Javier Hitado Simarro, ATOS Research & Innovation, Spain

Hour:11:00
Title:A Framework for Data Collection, Transformation and Processing in industrial Systems
Authors:
Mr. Umer Iftikhar, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Mr. Wael M. Mohammed, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Dr. Borja Ramis Ferrer, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Prof. Jose L. Martinez Lastra, Tampere University of Technology, Finland

Hour:11:20
Title:Adapting Software Design Patterns to Develop Reusable IEC 61499 Function Block Applications
Authors:
Dr. Sandeep Patil, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Mr. Dmitrii Drozdov, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Prof. Valeriy Vyatkin, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden

Hour:11:40
Title:A Cloud-Based Training and Evaluation System for Facial Paralysis Rehabilitation
Authors:
Mr. Zeqing Jiang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Prof. Wenbin Dai, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Dr. Wenjin Wang, Ninth People’s Hospital of Shanghai, China, China
Prof. Wei Wang, Ninth People’s Hospital of Shanghai, China, China

Hour:12:00
Title:Towards the Adoption of Cyber-Physical Systems of Systems Paradigm in Smart Manufacturing Environments
Authors:
Dr. Borja Ramis Ferrer, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Dr. Gerardo Beruvides, Centre for Automation and Robotics, Spain
Mr. Wael M. Mohammed, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Mr. Alberto Villalonga, University of Matanzas, Cuba
Prof. Jose L. Marteniz Lastra, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Mr. Fernando Castaño, Centre for Automation and Robotics, Spain
Prof. Rodolfo E. Haber, Centre for Automation and Robotics, Spain

Hour:12:20
Title:Modelling Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems using IEC 61499 and OPC UA
Authors:
Prof. Wenbin Dai, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Mr. Yineng Song, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Mr. Zhijie Zhang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Mr. Peng Wang, Shenyang Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Science, China
Dr. Cheng Pang, Jiangmen Goobotics Research Institute, China
Prof. Valeriy Vyatkin, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden

TTTISGBC - Session 112 - TT Technologies and Infrastructures for Smart Grids, Buildings and Cities [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B033
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 10:40
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Tommy Chow
Rui Esteves Araújo

Papers

Hour:10:40
Title:Charging Strategies and Implications for Corporate Electric Vehicle Fleets
Authors:
Mr. Oliver Frendo, Sap, Germany
Mr. Stamatis Karnouskos, Sap, Germany
Ms. Nadine Gaertner, Sap, Germany
Mr. Orthodoxos Kipouridis, Sap, Germany
Dr. Kasim Rehman, Sap, Germany
Dr. Nemrude Verzano, Sap, Germany

Hour:11:00
Title:Context-aware optimization strategies for universal application in smart building energy management
Authors:
Mr. Daniel Schachinger, TU Wien, Institute of Computer Engineering, Automation Systems Group, Austria
Prof. Wolfgang Kastner, TU Wien, Institute of Computer Engineering, Automation Systems Group, Austria

Hour:11:20
Title:A Comparative Experimental Study of Lossless Compression Algorithms for Enhancing Energy Efficiency in Smart Meters
Authors:
Mr. Julien Spiegel, Université de Haute-Alsace, France
Prof. Patrice Wira, Université de Haute-Alsace, France
Dr. Gilles Hermann, Université de Haute-Alsace, France

Hour:11:40
Title:Application of Data Driven methods to Predict N2O Emission in Full-scale WWTPs
Authors:
Dr. Morad Danishvar, Brunel university London, United Kingdom
Ms. Vasileia Vasilaki, Brunel university London, United Kingdom
Dr. Zhengwen Huang, Brunel university London, United Kingdom
Dr. Evina Katsou, Brunel university London, United Kingdom
Dr. Ali Mousavi, Brunel university London, United Kingdom

Hour:12:00
Title:An Algorithmic Method for Tampering-Proof and Privacy-Preserving Smart Metering
Authors:
Dr. Dongsheng Li, IBM Research - China, China
Ms. Yingying Zhao, Tongji University, China
Mrs. Yawen Zhang, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
Prof. Qin Lv, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
Prof. Li Shang, University of Colorado Boulder, USA

Hour:12:20
Title:Load Forecasting Based on Deep Long Short-term Memory with Consideration of Costing correlated Factor
Authors:
Mr. Baifu Huang, Guangdong University of Technology, China
Ms. Danqi Wu, Guangdong University of Technology, China
Mr. Chun Sing Lai, Guangdong University of Technology, China
Ms. Xin Cun, Guangdong University of Technology, China
Dr. Haoliang Yuan, Guangdong University of Technology, China
Dr. Fangyuan Xu, Guangdong University of Technology, China
Prof. Loi Lei Lai, Guangdong University of Technology, China
Prof. Kim-Fung Tsang, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

TU - Tutorial: Session 113 - Clava+LARA: A Source-to-source C/C++ Compiler for Instrumentation and Code Transformations [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: B034
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 10:40
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Lecturer/s
João MP Cardoso, Universidade do Porto - Faculdade de Engenharia, Portugal
João Bispo, Universidade do Porto - Faculdade de Engenharia, Portugal
Pedro Pinto, Universidade do Porto - Faculdade de Engenharia, Portugal
 
Synopsis - The development of many applications for embedded systems requires substantial work efforts for dealing with non-functional requirements. During the development process, analysis of the versions of the application code is very important in order to identify bottlenecks and critical code sections. An important development cycle step deals with static analysis and with profiling analysis of the code. Although there are specific tools for this step, in many cases a custom analysis and profiling can be helpful. This tutorial shows the use of Clava, a source to source C/C++ compiler, to help analysis steps, namely by using instrumentation strategies programmed by LARA, a domain-specific language (DSL), based on a separation of concerns, and able to assist software development cycles with recipes (from a library or specifically programmed by the user). In addition, the tutorial shows how the use of Clava+LARA can help engineers and developers to satisfy non-functional requirements addressing, namely, execution time, power and energy consumption, and especially when targeting multicore computing platforms.
 

TTIDBDS - Session 114 - TT Industrial Digitalization, Big Data and Scheduling [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B035
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 10:40
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Xinghuo Yu
António Paulo Moreira

Papers

Hour:10:40
Title:Hybrid modeling approaches with a view to model output prediction for industrial applications
Authors:
Mr. Christoph Bergs, Siemens AG, Germany
Prof. Michael Heizmann, Institute of Industrial Information Technology, Germany
Dr. Harald Held, Siemens AG, Germany

Hour:11:00
Title:Process Simulation for Machine Reservation in Cloud Manufacturing
Authors:
Mr. Philipp Waibel, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Mr. Svetoslav Videnov, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Mr. Michael Borkowski, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Mr. Christoph Hochreiner, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Mr. Stefan Schulte, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Mr. Jan Mendling, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria

Hour:11:20
Title:Employment and Education in Industry 4.0 and an Analysis of the Brazilian Scenario
Authors:
Mr. Gláucio Messias, FPF Tech, Brazil
Mr. Ueliton Rodrigues, FPF Tech, Brazil
Mr. Luis Braga, FPF Tech, Brazil
Mr. Walter Nakamura, Federal University of Amazonas, Brazil
Ms. Bruna Ferreira, Pontificial Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Mr. Alex Paiva, Positivo Informática S/A, Brazil
Mrs. Natasha Valentim, Federal University of Paraná, Brazil

Hour:11:40
Title:Estimation of Missing Values in Incomplete Industrial Process Data Sets Using ECM Algorithm
Authors:
Ms. Mina Fahimipirehgalin, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Prof. Birgit Vogel-Heuser, Technical University of Munich, Germany

Hour:12:00
Title:A digitalization strategy for quality control in food industry based on Artificial Intelligence techniques
Authors:
Mr. Juan Alberto García Esteban, University of Salamanca, Spain
Dr. Belén Curto Diego, University of Salamanca, Spain
Dr. Vidal Moreno Rodilla, University of Salamanca, Spain
Dr. Inmaculada González Martín, University of Salamanca, Spain
Dr. Isabel Revilla Martín, University of Salamanca, Spain
Dr. Ana Vivar Quintana, University of Salamanca, Spain

Hour:12:20
Title:Alarm Flood Analysis by Hierarchical Clustering of the Probabilistic Dependency between Alarms
Authors:
Ms. Iris Weiß, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Mr. Jakob Kinghorst, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Mr. Thomas Kröger, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Ms. Mina Fahimi, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Prof. Birgit Vogel-Heuser, Technical University of Munich, Germany

SS09 - Session 115 - SS Industrial Informatics Applications for Smart Grids [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: A104
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 10:40
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Miadreza Shafie-khah
Pedro Faria

Papers

Hour:10:40
Title:Consensus-Based Demand-Side Participation in Smart Microgrid Emergency Operation
Authors:
Mr. Ebrahim Rokrok, C-Mast/Ubi, Portugal
Dr. Miadreza Shafie-khah, University of Beira Interior, Portugal
Prof. Pierluigi Siano, University of Salerno, Italy
Prof. João P. S. Catalão, Feup, Portugal

Hour:11:00
Title:Optimizing Nodal Demand Response in the Day-Ahead Electricity Market within a Smart Grid Infrastructure
Authors:
Ms. Neda Hajibandeh, C-Mast/Ubi, Portugal
Dr. Miadreza Shafie-khah, University of Beira Interior, Portugal
Prof. Mehdi Ehsan, Sharif University of Technology, Iran
Prof. João P. S. Catalão, Feup, Portugal

Hour:11:20
Title:Deriving Customer Privacy from Randomly Perturbed Smart Metering Data
Authors:
Ms. Yingying Zhao, Tongji University, China
Dr. Dongsheng Li, IBM Research - China, China
Mrs. Qi Liu, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
Prof. Qin Lv, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
Prof. Li Shang, University of Colorado Boulder, USA

Hour:11:40
Title:Robust Probabilistic Load Flow in Microgrids considering Wind Generation, Photovoltaics and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles
Authors:
Dr. Hamid Reza Baghaee, Amirkabir Univ. Tech, Iran
Dr. Ali Parizad, Illinois Univ., USA
Prof. Pierluigi Siano, Univ. of Salerno, Italy
Dr. Miadreza Shafie-khah, C-Mast/Ubi, Portugal
Dr. Gerardo J. Osório, C-Mast/Ubi, Portugal
Prof. João P. S. Catalão, Feup, Portugal

Hour:12:00
Title:Innovative Off-Board EV Home Charging Station as a Smart Home Enabler: Present and Proposed Perspectives
Authors:
Mr. Vitor Monteiro, University of Minho, Portugal
Mr. Tiago Sousa, University of Minho, Portugal
Dr. Jose Afonso, University of Minho, Portugal
Dr. Joao Afonso, University of Minho, Portugal

Hour:12:20
Title:SCADA Office Building Implementation in the Context of an Aggregator
Authors:
Mr. Omid Abrishambaf, Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal
Dr. Pedro Faria, Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal
Prof. Zita Vale, Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal

LU - Lunch [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Central Lawn
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 12:40
Duration: 60 minutes
 

IF - Industry Forum: Session 121 - Industry Forum [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: B032
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 13:40
Duration: 100 minutes
 

Presentations

13h40 : Industry 4.0 – beyond the hype
Eng. Francisco Almada Lobo, Critical Manufacturing, Portugal
14h00 : Sysmac Platform - The best approach to Industry 4.0
Mr. Paulo Carvalho, Omron, Portugal
14h20 : Ecostruxure - Industry Digitalization
Mr. Rui Monteiro, Schneider, Portugal
14h40 : PLCnext Technology
Mr Carlos Coutinho, Phoenix Contact, Portugal
15h00 : TSN/OPC-UA as Basis for Industrial Industry 4.0
MSc Gerald Fritz, TTTech, Austria     
 

SS14 - Session 122 - SS Towards Dynamic Manufacturing System through the Plug-and-Produce Paradigm [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B033
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 13:40
Duration: 100 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Pedro Ferreira
Luis Ribeiro

Papers

Hour:13:40
Title:Pursuing the Vision of Industrie 4.0: Secure Plug and Produce by Means of the Asset Administration Shell and Blockchain Technology
Authors:
Ms. Dorota Lang, inIT - Institute Industrial IT, Germany
Mr. Maxim Friesen, inIT - Institute Industrial IT, Germany
Mr. Marco Ehrlich, inIT - Institute Industrial IT, Germany
Dr. Lukasz Wisniewski, inIT - Institute Industrial IT, Germany
Prof. Jürgen Jasperneite, Fraunhofer IOSB-INA, Germany

Hour:14:00
Title:Bridging Automation and Robotics: an Interprocess Communication between IEC 61131-3 and ROS
Authors:
Mr. Tiago Pinto, Inesc Tec, Portugal
Mr. Rafael Arrais, Inesc Tec, Portugal
Dr. Germano Veiga, Inesc Tec, Portugal

Hour:14:20
Title:A Genetic Algorithm Optimiser For Dynamic Product Routing In Agile Manufacturing Environment
Authors:
Mr. Pawel Ladosz, Loughborough University, United Kingdom
Mr. Olatunde Banjo, Hssmi, United Kingdom
Mr. Samuele De Guido, Hssmi, United Kingdom
Mr. Mateusz Zalasiewicz, Hssmi, United Kingdom

Hour:14:40
Title:Skill-based Engineering Approach using OPC UA Programs
Authors:
Mr. Kirill Dorofeev, fortiss GmbH., Germany
Dr. Alois Zoitl, fortiss GmbH., Germany

Hour:15:00
Title:An Event-Based AutomationML Model for the Process Execution of ‘Plug-and-Produce’ Assembly Systems
Authors:
Mr. Paul Danny, Loughborough University, United Kingdom
Dr. Pedro Ferreira, Loughborough University, United Kingdom
Dr. Niels Lohse, Loughborough University, United Kingdom
Dr. Kirill Dorofeev, Fortiss GmbH, Germany

SS05 - Session 123 - SS Engineering of Software Products for Industry [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B034
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 13:40
Duration: 100 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Narayan Debnath
Mario Sousa

Papers

Hour:13:40
Title:Design of Very Efficient Lookup Algorithms for a Low Diameter Hierarchical Structured Peer-to-Peer Network
Authors:
Prof. Bidyut Gupta, Siuc, USA
Dr. Nick Rahimi, Siuc, USA
Prof. Henry Hexmoor, Siuc, USA
Prof. Shahram Rahimi, Siuc, USA
Mr. Koushik Maddali, Siuc, USA
Dr. Gongzhu Hu, Central Michigan University, USA

Hour:14:00
Title:Extra-Functional Properties Driven Component Selection for Component based System
Authors:
Mr. Prasenjit Banerjee, National Institute of Technology, Durgapur, India
Prof. Narayan Debnath, International Society for Computers and Their Applications, USA
Dr. Anirban Sarkar, National Institute of Technology, Durgapur, India

Hour:14:20
Title:Data Warehouse Based Analysis with Integrated Blood Donation Management System
Authors:
Mr. Giridhar Maji, Asansol Polytechnic, India
Prof. Narayan C. Debnath, International Society for Computers and Their Applications, USA
Dr. Soumya Sen, University of Calcutta, India

Hour:14:40
Title:MPC Under IEC-61499 Using Low-Cost Devices for Oil Pipeline System
Authors:
Mr. Carlos A Garcia, Universidad Fuerzas Armadas ESPE, Ecuador
Mr. Esteban X Castellanos, Universidad Fuerzas Armadas ESPE, Ecuador
Mr. Jorge Buele, Universidad Fuerzas Armadas ESPE, Ecuador
Mr. John Espinoza, Universidad Fuerzas Armadas ESPE, Ecuador
Mr. David Lanas, Universidad Fuerzas Armadas ESPE, Ecuador
Ms. Carmen Beltran, Universidad Tecnica de Ambato, Ecuador
Dr. Marcelo V Garcia, University of the Basque Country, Spain

Hour:15:00
Title:A Domain-Specific Language for Fault Diagnosis in Electrical Submersible Pumps
Authors:
Mr. Gustavo E. Monjardim, Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil
Prof. Alexandre Rodrigues, Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil
Prof. Flávio M. Varejão, Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil
Prof. Vítor E. S. Souza, Federal University of Espírito Santo, Brazil
Mr. Marcos P. Ribeiro, Petroleo Brasileiro SA - Petrobras}, Brazil

TTIDBDS - Session 124 - TT Industrial Digitalization, Big Data and Scheduling [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B035
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 13:40
Duration: 100 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Bilal Ahmad
Andreia Malucelli

Papers

Hour:13:40
Title:Request Distribution for Heterogeneous Database Server Clusters with Processing Time Estimation
Authors:
Ms. Minato Omori, Keio University, Japan
Prof. Hiroaki Nishi, Keio University, Japan

Hour:14:00
Title:What Maintenance is Worth the Money? A Data-Driven Answer
Authors:
Dr. Qiyao Wang, Hitachi America, Ltd. R&D, United States
Dr. Ahmed Farahat, Hitachi America, Ltd. R&D, United States
Dr. Kosta Ristovski, Hitachi America, Ltd. R&D, United States
Dr. Hsiu-Khuern Tang, Hitachi America, Ltd. R&D, United States
Mr. Susumu Serita, Hitachi America, Ltd. R&D, United States
Dr. Chetan Gupta, Hitachi America, Ltd. R&D, United States

Hour:14:20
Title:Optimizing the Scheduling of Autonomous Guided Vehicle in a Manufacturing Process
Authors:
Mr. Fengjia Yao, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Mr. Alexander Keller, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Dr. Mussawar Ahamd, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Dr. Bilal Ahmad, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Prof. Robert Harrison, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Prof. Armando Walter Colombo, University of Applied Sciences Emden-Leer, Germany

Hour:14:40
Title:Deadline-aware Memory Scheduler and Governor for Heterogeneous Processors
Authors:
Mr. Xue-Xi He, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology Electrical Engineering, Taiwan
Prof. Ya-Shu Chen, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology Electrical Engineering, Taiwan

Hour:15:00
Title:Are fintechs really a hype? A machine learning-based polarity analysis of Brazilian posts on social media
Authors:
Mrs. Marina Ponestke Seara, Pucpr, Brazil
Prof. Andreia Malucelli, PPGIa - PUCPR, Brazil
Prof. Altair Olivo Santin, PPGIa - PUCPR, Brazil
Mr. Jean Paul Barddal, PPGia - PUCPR, Brazil

SS02 - Session 125 - SS Advanced ICT and Control Approaches for Intelligent Energy Systems [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: A104
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 13:40
Duration: 100 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Thomas Strasser
Jasmin Velagic

Papers

Hour:13:40
Title:Combining auto-regression with exogenous variables in sequence-to-sequence recurrent neural networks for short-term load forecasting
Authors:
Mr. Henning Wilms, Automation of Complex Power Systems, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Dr. Marco Cupelli, Automation of Complex Power Systems, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Prof. Antonello Monti, Automation of Complex Power Systems, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Hour:14:00
Title:SGAM-based comparative study of interoperability challenges in European flexibility demonstrators: methodology and results
Authors:
Dr. Friederich Kupzog, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria
Mr. Olivier Genest, Trialog Sa, France
Mr. Amir Ahmadifar, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Mr. Fabien Berthomé, Trialog Sa, France
Mr. Marco Cupelli, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Dr. Jawad Kazmi, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria
Ms. Milica Savic, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria
Prof. Antonello Monti, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Hour:14:20
Title:Conceptual Design of an Agent-based Socio-technical Demand Response Consumer Model
Authors:
Ms. Judith Schwarzer, Center for Secure Energy Informatics, Salzburg University of Applied Sciences, Austria
Prof. Dominik Engel, Center for Secure Energy Informatics, Salzburg University of Applied Sciences, Austria
Prof. Sebastian Lehnhoff, OFFIS - Institute for Information Technology, Oldenburg, Germany

Hour:14:40
Title:Nonlinear Flatness-Based Decoupled Power Control of DFIG Wind Turbine System
Authors:
Mr. Adnan Osmanović, Faculty of Electrical Engineering Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Prof. Jasmin Velagić, Faculty of Electrical Engineering Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Prof. ŠEmsudin Mašić, Faculty of Electrical Engineering Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Hour:15:00
Title:A Novel Approach to DG Curtailment in Rural Distribution Networks - A Case Study of the Avacon Grid as Part of the InterFlex Field Trial
Authors:
Mr. Thorsten Gross, Avacon Netz GmbH, Germany
Dr. Sven Reese, Avacon Netz GmbH, Germany
Mr. Benjamin Petters, Avacon Netz GmbH, Germany
Dr. Marco Cupelli, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Mr. Dominik Mildt, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Prof. Antonello Monti, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

SS03 - Session 126 - SS Emerging Intelligence in Distributed Automation Systems [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: Meeting Room 1 - I-105
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 13:40
Duration: 100 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Borja Ferrer
William Dai

Papers

Hour:13:40
Title:Assessing the Consequence of Cyber and Physical Malicious Attacks in Complex, Cyber-Physical Systems During Early System Design
Authors:
Prof. Bryan O'Halloran, Naval Postgraduate School, USA
Dr. Nikolaos Papakonstantinou, VTT Technical Research Centre, Finland
Prof. Douglas Van Bossuyt, Naval Postgraduate School, USA

Hour:14:00
Title:On Design-time Security in IEC 61499 Systems: Conceptualisation, Implementation, and Feasibility
Authors:
Mr. Awais Tanveer, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand (Aotearoa)
Dr. Roopak Sinha, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand (Aotearoa)
Prof. Stephen G. MacDonell, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand (Aotearoa)

Hour:14:20
Title:Generation of Adversarial Examples to Prevent Misclassification of Deep Neural Network based Condition Monitoring Systems for Cyber-Physical Production Systems
Authors:
Mr. Felix Specht, Fraunhofer IOSB-INA, Germany
Mr. Jens Otto, Fraunhofer IOSB-INA, Germany
Prof. Oliver Niggemann, Fraunhofer IOSB-INA, Germany
Prof. Barbara Hammer, CITEC, Bielefeld University, Germany

Hour:14:40
Title:Towards a Framework for Interoperable and Interconnected CPS-populated Systems for Proactive Maintenance
Authors:
Mr. Giovanni Di Orio, Uninova-Cts, Portugal
Prof. Pedro Maló, Uninova-Cts, Portugal
Prof. José Barata, Uninova-Cts, Portugal
Dr. Michele Albano, Isep/Inesc-Tec, Portugal
Prof. Luis Ferreira, Isep/Inesc-Tec, Portugal

Hour:15:00
Title:Multi-Label Wireless Interference Classification with Convolutional Neural Networks
Authors:
Mr. Sergej Grunau, inIT - Institute Industrial IT, Germany
Mr. Dimitri Block, inIT - Institute Industrial IT, Germany
Prof. Uwe Meier, inIT - Institute Industrial IT, Germany

DM - IEEE IES Student & Young Professionals Paper Assistance 3min presentations [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B035
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 15:20
Duration: 20 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Paulo Leitao

CF - Coffee Break [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Central Lawn
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 15:20
Duration: 30 minutes
 

IF - Industry Forum: Session 131 - Industry Forum [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: B032
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 15:50
Duration: 80 minutes
 

Presentation

15h50: Robotics in Industry 4.0
Mr. Miguel Angelo, JPM, Portugal
16h10 :
Industry 4.0 in Volkswagen Autoeuropa
Mrs. Gisela Garcia, Volkswagen AE, Portugal
16h30 : Optimal Automatic Path Planner for High Redundancy Robotic Systems
Mr. Pedro Tavares, SARKKIS, Portugal
16h50 : Multi-Agent Solutions for Adaptive Resource Management: Applications in Industry
Prof. Petr Skobelev, Smart Solutions, Russian Federation
Dr. Sergey Borovik, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Federation
 

TTTIIA - Session 132 - TT Tools for Industrial Informatic Applications [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B033
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 15:50
Duration: 80 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Marga Marcos
Luis Ribeiro

Papers

Hour:15:50
Title:A Tool Suite for Automatic Generation of Modular Machine Automation Projects
Authors:
Dr. Aintzane Armentia, ETSI Bilbao (UPV/EHU), Spain
Dr. Elisabet Estévez, EPS de Jaén, University of Jaén, Spain
Dr. Darío Orive, ETSI Bilbao (UPV/EHU), Spain
Prof. Marga Marcos, ETSI Bilbao (UPV/EHU), Spain

Hour:16:10
Title:Improving energy recovery in blended antilock braking systems of electric vehicles
Authors:
Dr. Valery Vodovozov, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
Mr. Andrei Aksjonov, ŠKODA AUTO a.s., Czech Republic
Dr. Zoja Raud, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

Hour:16:30
Title:Anonymization method based on sparse coding for power usage data
Authors:
Mr. Keiya Harada, Keio University, Japan
Mr. Yuta Ohno, Keio University, Japan
Mr. Yuichi Nakamura, Keio University, Japan
Prof. Hiroaki Nishi, Keio University, Japan

Hour:16:50
Title:Electricity Readers Routing Based on Clustering and Communities Detection
Authors:
Mr. Lucas Martinuzzo Batista, Núcleo de Inferência e Algoritmos (NINFA), Universidade Federal do Espirito Santo (UFES),, Brazil
Mr. Diego Lucchi, Núcleo de Inferência e Algoritmos (NINFA), Universidade Federal do Espirito Santo (UFES),, Brazil
Prof. Flávio Miguel Varejão, Núcleo de Inferência e Algoritmos (NINFA), Universidade Federal do Espirito Santo (UFES),, Brazil
Prof. Alexandre Rodrigues, Núcleo de Inferência e Algoritmos (NINFA), Universidade Federal do Espirito Santo (UFES),, Brazil
Mr. Filipe Lima, EDP Energias do Brasil, Brazil
Prof. Thiago Oliveira-Santos, Núcleo de Inferência e Algoritmos (NINFA), Universidade Federal do Espirito Santo (UFES),, Brazil

TTEEII - Session 133 - TT Education in Engineering and Industrial Informatics [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B034
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 15:50
Duration: 80 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Andrei Lobov
Nuno Ferreira

Papers

Hour:15:50
Title:Robotics as multi-disciplinary learning: a summer course perspective
Authors:
Prof. Nm Fonseca Ferreira, Isec/Inesctec, Portugal
Dr. Elisabete Freitas, LIBPhys, Portugal

Hour:16:10
Title:Data Scientist under the Da.Re Perspective: Analysis of Training Offers, Skills and Challenges
Authors:
Ms. Flávia Pires, Research Centre in Digitalization and Intelligent Robotics (CeDRI), Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
Dr. José Barbosa, Research Centre in Digitalization and Intelligent Robotics (CeDRI), Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
Dr. Paulo Leitão, Research Centre in Digitalization and Intelligent Robotics (CeDRI), Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal

Hour:16:30
Title:Leveraging Digital Twins for Assisted Learning of Flexible Manufacturing Systems
Authors:
Mr. Joe David, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Prof. Andrei Lobov, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Prof. Minna Lanz, Tampere University of Technology, Finland

Hour:16:50
Title:Supporting SMEs towards adopting mixed reality A training concept to bring the virtuality-reality continuum into application
Authors:
Mr. Lennart Büth, TU Braunschweig, IWF, Germany
Mr. Max Juraschek, TU Braunschweig, IWF, Germany
Dr. Gerrit Posselt, TU Braunschweig, IWF, Germany
Prof. Christoph Herrmann, TU Braunschweig, IWF, Germany

SS05 - Session 134 - SS Engineering of Software Products for Industry [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B035
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 15:50
Duration: 80 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Narayan Debnath
Luis Almeida

Papers

Hour:15:50
Title:Reconstructing LaTeX Source Files from Generated PDFs -- a Neural Network Approach
Authors:
Mr. Bradley Safnuk, Central Michigan University, USA
Prof. Gongzhu Hu, Central Michigan University, USA

Hour:16:10
Title:Model-Based Design Methodology for Early Evaluation of Real-time and Embedded Constraints
Authors:
Mrs. Fabiola Ribeiro, Federal Institute Goiano, Brazil
Dr. Achim Rettberg, University of Applied Science Hamm/Lippstadt and CvO University Oldenburg, Germany
Dr. Carlos Pereira, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Mr. Charles Steinmetz, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Dr. Michel Soares, Federal University of Sergipe, Brazil

Hour:16:30
Title:Concept and Demonstration of a Generic Simulation to Identify Production Bottlenecks
Authors:
Mr. Maximilian Zarte, University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer, Germany
Mr. Ude Wunder, University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer, Germany
Dr. Agnes Pechmann, University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer, Germany

Hour:16:50
Title:Overview of authentication and access control methods for I&C systems
Authors:
Ms. Asmaa Tellabi, Framatome/University of Siegen, Germany
Mr. Yochen Sassmanhausen, University of Siegen, Germany
Mrs. Edita Bajramovic, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
Mr. Karl Christoph Ruland, University of Siegen, Germany

TTRTNEC - Session 135 - TT Real-Time and Networked Embedded Computing [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: A104
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 15:50
Duration: 80 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Francisco Vasques
Luis M. Pinho

Papers

Hour:15:50
Title:Hardware/Software Implementation Factors Influencing Ethernet Latency
Authors:
Mr. Tomás Perpetuo Corrêa, Universidad de Alcalá, Spain
Dr. Luis Almeida, Universidade do Porto, Portugal
Dr. Emilio Bueno Peña, Universidad de Alcalá, Spain

Hour:16:10
Title:Master for Simulation Control using the Distributed Co-Simulation Protocol
Authors:
Mr. Martin Krammer, VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center, Austria
Dr. Martin Benedikt, VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center, Austria

Hour:16:30
Title:Attack and Fault Detection in Process Control Communication Using Unsupervised Machine Learning
Authors:
Ms. Franka Schuster, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany
Mr. Fabian Malte Kopp, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany
Mr. Andreas Paul, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany
Mr. Hartmut König, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany

Hour:16:50
Title:Selective Harmonic Measurement and Compensation Using Smart Inverters in a Microgrid with Distributed Generation
Authors:
Mr. Tiago J. C. Sousa, University of Minho, Portugal
Dr. Vitor Monteiro, University of Minho, Portugal
Dr. José A. Afonso, University of Minho, Portugal
Dr. João L. Afonso, University of Minho, Portugal

ME - P21451-002 WG Stds [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Meeting Room 1 - I-105
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 15:50
Duration: 80 minutes
 

RF - Welcome Reception [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Social Activities
Day: Wednesday 18th of July
Hour: 19:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 

Thursday 19th of July

TTFACMR - Session 211 - TT Factory Automation and Communication, Mechatronics and Robotics [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: A101
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Valeriy Vyatkin
Borja Ferrer

Papers

Hour:09:00
Title:Lowering Variability in Transport Times by Scheduling Conveyor-Based AMHS in Wafer Fabs
Authors:
Mr. Clemens Schwenke, TU Dresden, Germany
Prof. Klaus Kabitzsch, TU Dresden, Germany

Hour:09:20
Title:A Skill-Based Programming System for Robotic Furniture Assembly
Authors:
Ms. Pei-Chi Huang, The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Ms. Yi-Hsuan Hsieh, The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Prof. Aloysius K. Mok, The University of Texas at Austin, USA

Hour:09:40
Title:An ISA-95 based Ontology for Manufacturing Systems Knowledge Description Extended with Semantic Rules
Authors:
Mr. Ahmadi Seyedamir, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Dr. Borja Ramis Ferrer, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Prof. Jose L. Martinez Lastra, Tampere University of Technology, Finland

Hour:10:00
Title:Virtual Commissioning Approach based on the Discrete Element Method
Authors:
Mr. Fabian Westbrink, South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Prof. Andreas Schwung, South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Hour:10:20
Title:An Innovative Algorithmic Safety Strategy for Networked Electrical Drive Systems
Authors:
Prof. Stefano Vitturi, National Research Council of Italy CNR-IEIIT, Italy
Mr. Alberto Morato, Dept. of Information Engineering - University of Padova, Italy
Prof. Angelo Cenedese, Dept. of Information Engineering - University of Padova, Italy
Mr. Giampaolo Fadel, CMZ Sistemi Elettronici s.r.l., Italy
Dr. Federico Tramarin, National Research Council of Italy CNR-IEIIT, Italy
Mr. Riccardo Fantinel, CMZ Sistemi Elettronici s.r.l. and Dept. of Information Engineering University of Padova, Italy

Hour:10:40
Title:Flexible programming and orchestration of collaborative robotic manufacturing systems
Authors:
Dr. Nuno Mendes, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Mr. Mohammad Safeea, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Prof. Pedro Neto, University of Coimbra, Portugal

SS04 - Session 212 - SS Innovative Technologies and Methods for Zero Defect Manufacturing on Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems Context [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B033
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Paulo Leitão
Christian Eitzinger

Papers

Hour:09:00
Title:A digital twin for composite parts manufacturing
Authors:
Dr. Sebastian Zambal, PROFACTOR GmbH, Austria
Dr. Christian Eitzinger, PROFACTOR GmbH, Austria
Dr. Michael Clarke, Dassault Systèmes, Great Britain (UK)
Dr. John Klintworth, Dassault Systèmes, Great Britain (UK)
Dr. Pierre Mechin, Dassault Systèmes, France

Hour:09:20
Title:Smart measurement systems for Zero-Defect Manufacturing
Authors:
Dr. Paolo Chiariotti, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Prof. Paolo Castellini, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Dr. Enrico Concettoni, Loccioni Group, Italy
Mr. Matteo Fitti, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Mrs. Giulia Lo Duca, Loccioni Group, Italy
Mrs. Elisa Minetti, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Prof. Nicola Paone, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Dr. Cristina Cristalli, Loccioni Group, Italy

Hour:09:40
Title:Smart Inspection Tools Combining Multi-Agent Systems and Advanced Quality Control
Authors:
Dr. Jose Barbosa, Polytechnic Institute of Braganca, Portugal
Prof. Paulo Leitão, Polytechnic Institute of Braganca, Portugal
Mr. Adriano Ferreira, Polytechnic Institute of Braganca, Portugal
Mr. Jonas Queiroz, Polytechnic Institute of Braganca, Brazil
Mr. Giacomo Angione, AEA s.r.l - Loccioni Group, Italy
Mrs. Giulia Lo Duca, AEA s.r.l - Loccioni Group, Italy

Hour:10:00
Title:Implementation of a Multi-Agent System to Support ZDM Strategies in Multi-Stage Environments
Authors:
Dr. Jose Barbosa, Polytechnic Institute of Braganca, Portugal
Prof. Paulo Leitão, Polytechnic Institute of Braganca, Portugal
Mr. Adriano Ferreira, Polytechnic Institute of Braganca, Portugal
Mr. Jonas Queiroz, Polytechnic Institute of Braganca, Portugal
Prof. Carla Geraldes, Polytechnic Institute of Braganca, Portugal
Prof. João Coelho, Polytechnic Institute of Braganca, Portugal

Hour:10:20
Title:Data Assets for Decision Support in Multi-Stage Production Systems: Industrial Business Process Management using ADOxx
Authors:
Mr. Wilfrid Utz, University of Vienna, Austria
Mr. Damiano Falciomi, BOC Asset Management GmbH, Austria

Hour:10:40
Title:GO0D MAN Data Model - Interoperability in Multistage Zero Defect Manufacturing
Authors:
Mr. Ricardo Peres, Uninova, Portugal
Mr. Andre Rocha, Uninova, Portugal
Mr. Joao Matos, Uninova, Portugal
Prof. Jose Barata, Uninova, Portugal

TU - Tutorial: Session 213 - Using IOPT-Tools for Petri nets based systems development [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: B034
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Lecturer/s
Luis Gomes, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal
Fernando Pereira, Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa, Portugal
Filipe Moutinho, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal
 
Synopsis - The lack of tools ready to be integrated in engineering development frameworks are one major drawback when considering Petri nets usage within specific areas of application. This tutorial addresses usage of a model-based development approach using Petri nets as the
underlying modeling formalism. The tutorial is divided into two parts, being the first one more on Petri nets fundamentals and their usage for controller modeling and implementation, while the second one emphasizes on the development of networked controllers. Both parts rely on
the support from the IOPT-Tools framework, complemented by hands-on experimentation using IOPT-Tools for the development of controllers.
The IOPT-Tools web-based framework provides support for the complete development flow for cyber-physical systems and embedded systems, offering tools for engineers as well as for academics, including editor, simulator, remote debugger, and property verification tools.
Rapid-prototyping is fully supported, allowing automatic code generation ready to be directly deployed in different types of platforms, ranging from FPGAs (where VHDL code is produced) to popular low-cost boards, such as Arduino and Raspberry Pi (where C code is produced), and also including PLCs (through Instruction List generation). The IOPT-Tools framework is publicly available at http://gres.uninova.pt/IOPT-Tools/.
Petri nets main characteristics and classes are presented, including firing semantics and common execution semantics (namely interleaving semantics used in most simulation
environments, as well as maximal step semantics used in most control applications), net operations (namely addition and splitting), and proprieties verification techniques (namely formal techniques based on invariants and state space exploration). The tutorial will cover situations where a centralized execution is used, as well as others where distributed execution is the goal.
A few application examples will be used to illustrate the application of the referred tool framework in the development of different kinds of systems and implementation platforms (ranging from industrial PCs, RaspberryPi, Arduinos, and FPGAs).
Attendees are welcome to bring their own portable computers or smart phones to play with IOPT-Tools.

 

TTTISGBC - Session 214 - TT Technologies and Infrastructures for Smart Grids, Buildings and Cities [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B035
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Pierluigi Siano
Pedro Faria

Papers

Hour:09:00
Title:Electric Water Heater Modelling for Direct Load Control Demand Response
Authors:
Mr. Tofael Ahmed, Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal
Dr. Pedro Faria, Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal
Mr. Omid Abrishambaf, Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal
Prof. Zita Vale, Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal

Hour:09:20
Title:Condition monitoring of wind-power units using the Derivative-free nonlinear Kalman Filter
Authors:
Dr. Gerasimos Rigatos, Unit of Industrial Automation / Industrial Systems Institute, Greece
Dr. Nikolaos Zervos, Unit of Digital Communications / Industrial Systems Institute, Greece
Dr. Dimitrios Serpanos, University of Patras, Greece
Mr. Vasilios Siadimas, University of Patras, Greece
Dr. Pierluigi Siano, University of Salerno, Italy
Dr. Masoud Abbaszadeh, General Electric, United States

Hour:09:40
Title:Optimization-Based Home Energy Management System Under Different Electricity Pricing Schemes
Authors:
Mrs. Mahsa Khorram, Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal
Dr. Pedro Faria, Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal
Prof. Zita Vale, Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal

Hour:10:00
Title:Multiple Mobile Sinks in Event-based Wireless Sensor Networks Exploiting Traffic Conditions in Smart City Applications
Authors:
Mr. Emerson Oliveira, State University of Feira de Santana, Brazil
Mr. João P. J. Peixoto, State University of Feira de Santana, Brazil
Dr. Daniel G. Costa, State University of Feira de Santana, Brazil
Dr. Paulo Portugal, University of Porto, Portugal

Hour:10:20
Title:Smart Power Meter for the IoT
Authors:
Prof. Vincenzo Paciello, DIEI - Università degli Studi di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale, Italy
Dr. Marco Carratù, DIIn - Università di Salerno, Italy
Dr. Matteo Ferro, DIIn - Università di Salerno, Italy
Prof. Antonio Pietrosanto, DIIn - Università di Salerno, Italy

Hour:10:40
Title:A nonlinear optimal control approach for PM Linear Synchronous Motors
Authors:
Dr. Gerasimos Rigatos, Unit of Industrial Automation / Industrial Systems Institute, Greece
Dr. Pierluigi Siano, University of Salerno, Italy
Dr. Fabrizio Marignetti, University of Casino, Italy
Dr. Ioana Gros, Tech. Univ. of Cluj-Napoca, Romania

TTHCMI - Session 215 - TT Human, Computer and Machine Interface [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: A104
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Sérgio Lopes
Mickhail Giorgini

Papers

Hour:09:00
Title:Visual Analytics for Root Cause Analysis in Self-Organizing Industrial Systems
Authors:
Ms. Marie Kiermeier, LMU Munich, Germany
Mr. Sebastian Feld, LMU Munich, Germany

Hour:09:20
Title:Integrating Explicit Context Conditions into Model Transformations for User Interfaces
Authors:
Dr. Matthias Freund, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
Mr. Christopher Martin, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
Mr. Lukas Baron, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
Dr. Annerose Braune, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

Hour:09:40
Title:Adaptive Work Instructions for People with Disabilities in the Context of Human Robot Collaboration
Authors:
Mr. Matthias Stöhr, Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA, Germany
Mr. Matthias Schneider, Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA, Germany
Mr. Christian Henkel, Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA, Germany

Hour:10:00
Title:A mind-mapping front-end for text writing
Authors:
Dr. Sérgio F. Lopes, University of Minho, Portugal
Ms. Renata Castro, University of Minho, Portugal
Mrs. Sílvia Araújo, University of Minho, Portugal

Hour:10:20
Title:Visualization of AGV in Virtual Reality and Collision Detection with Large Scale Point Clouds
Authors:
Dr. Mikhail Giorgini, Elettric 80 S.P.A., Italy
Prof. Jacopo Aleotti, University of Parma, Italy

Hour:10:40
Title:An augmented reality system for technical staff training
Authors:
Dr. Claudio Piciarelli, University of Udine, Italy
Dr. Marco Vernier, University of Udine, Italy
Mr. Mattia Zanier, University of Udine, Italy
Prof. Gian Luca Foresti, University of Udine, Italy

RE - Work/Rest 19th [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Work/Rest Room - B120
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 490 minutes
 

CF - Coffee Break [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Central Lawn
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 11:00
Duration: 30 minutes
 

CE - Making the Case for Safety of Machine Learning in Highly Automated Driving [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: A101
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 11:30
Duration: 50 minutes
 
Keynote Addresser
Dr. Simon Burton , Chief Expert within the Robert Bosch GmbH Central Research division
 
Abstract- This talk describes the challenges involved in arguing the safety of automated driving functions which make use of machine learning techniques.

An assurance case structure is used to highlight the systems engineering and validation considerations when applying machine learning methods for highly automated driving. Particular focus is placed on addressing functional insufficiencies in the perception functions based on convolutional neural networks and possible types of evidence that can be used to mitigate against such risks. Recent developments within the industry as well as the application of the techniques in other autonomous domains will also be discussed.
 

LU - Lunch [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Central Lawn
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 12:20
Duration: 60 minutes
 

TTFACMR - Session 221 - TT Factory Automation and Communication, Mechatronics and Robotics [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B032
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 13:20
Duration: 100 minutes
 
Chair/s:
André Rocha
Adriano Santos

Papers

Hour:13:20
Title:Identification, Model Validation and Control of an Octorotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Authors:
Prof. Jasmin Velagić, Faculty of Electrical Engineering Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mr. Nedim Osmić, Faculty of Electrical Engineering Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mr. Belmin Puščul, Faculty of Electrical Engineering Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Mr. Suad Krilašević, Faculty of Electrical Engineering Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Hour:13:40
Title:A LSTM Neural Network applied to Mobile Robots Path Planning
Authors:
Mr. Nicola Fiorato, Yokohama National University, Japan
Prof. Yasutaka Fujimoto, Yokohama National University, Japan
Prof. Roberto Oboe, Unversity of Padova, Italy

Hour:14:00
Title:A hybrid multi-objective based approach for sustainable process plan generation in a reconfigurable manufacturing environment
Authors:
Mr. Faycal A. Touzout, Aix Marseille Univ, Universite de Toulon, CNRS, LIS, France
Prof. Lyes Benyoucef, Aix Marseille Univ, Universite de Toulon, CNRS, LIS, France
Mr. Hichem Haddou Benderbal, Aix Marseille Univ, Universite de Toulon, CNRS, LIS, France
Dr. Mohamed Dahane, LGIPM Research Laboratory, Lorraine University, Metz, France

Hour:14:20
Title:An IEC 61499 Replication for Distributed Control Applications
Authors:
Prof. Adriano A. Santos, School of Engineering (ISEP), Portugal
Prof. Mário de Sousa, Faculty of Engineering University of Porto (FEUP), Portugal
Prof. A. Pessoa Magalhães, Faculty of Engineering University of Porto (FEUP), Portugal
Prof. António F. Silva, School of Engineering (ISEP), Portugal

Hour:14:40
Title:NMPC-based Visual Leader-Follower Formation Control for Wheeled Mobile Robots
Authors:
Prof. Tiago Trindade, Federal University of Bahia, Brazil
Mr. Ramon Fernandez, Federal University of Bahia, Brazil
Prof. André Gustavo Conceição, Federal University of Bahia, Brazil

SS11 - Session 222 - SS Technologies and Infrastructures for the Water Energy Nexus [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B033
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 13:20
Duration: 100 minutes
 
Chair/s:
António Espirito-Santo
Slim Tnani

Papers

Hour:13:20
Title:A multi-function hybrid inverter for optimal performance in multi-source renewable energy
Authors:
Dr. Sabri Mansouri, Phd Student, France
Prof. Slim Tnani, Professor, France
Prof. Olivier Bachelier, Professor, France

Hour:13:40
Title:Node-Red and OPC UA Based Lightweight and Low-Cost Historian with Application in the Water Industry
Authors:
Mr. Andrei Nicolae, University Politehnica Timisoara, Faculty of Automation and Computers, Department of Automation and Applied Informatics, Romania
Dr. Adrian Korodi, University Politehnica Timisoara, Faculty of Automation and Computers, Department of Automation and Applied Informatics, Romania

Hour:14:00
Title:Optimal sizing and technical evaluation of energy and water system based on micro-hydric solar and wind sources
Authors:
Dr. Habib Cherif, Université de Tunis El Manar, Tunisia
Prof. Slim Tnani, University of Poitiers, France
Prof. Jamel Belhadj, Université de Tunis, Tunisia
Dr. Ana Rita Silva, Icovi, Portugal

Hour:14:20
Title:Self-Powered Smart Sensors in the Management of Water Infrastructures
Authors:
Prof. Antonio Espirito-Santo, University of Beira Interior, Portugal
Prof. Bruno Ribeiro, University of Beira Interior, Portugal
Mr. Cesar Lima, University of Beira Interior, Portugal
Mr. Joel Bonifacio, University of Beira Interior, Portugal
Ms. Sofia Ambrosio, University of Beira Interior, Portugal

Hour:14:40
Title:Development of the Concept vs Prototyping: Implementation of a real scale Water-Energy Integrated System
Authors:
Ms. Ana Silva, ICOVI, EM - Infraestruturas e Concessões da Covilhã, Portugal
Dr. Fernando Santos, Universidade da Beira Interior, Portugal
Dr. António Espírito-Santo, Universidade da Beira Interior, Portugal
Dr. José Páscoa Marques, Universidade da Beira Interior, Portugal
Dr. Cristina Fael, Universidade da Beira Interior, Portugal

TU - Tutorial: Session 223 - Methods and Tools for Validating Cyber-Physical Energy Systems [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: B034
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 13:20
Duration: 100 minutes
 
Lecturer/s
Thomas Strasser, Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria
 
Synopsis - Future power systems have to integrate a higher amount of distributed, re-newable energy r-sources in order to cope with a growing electricity demand, while at the same time trying to re-duce the emission of greenhouse gases. In
addition, power system operators are nowadays confronted with further challenges due to the highly dynamic and stochastic behavior of renewable generators (solar, wind, small hydro, etc.) and the need to integrate controllable loads (electric vehicles, smart buildings, energy storage systems, etc.). Furthermore, due to ongoing changes to framework conditions and regulatory rules, technology developments (development of new grid components and
services) and the liberalization of energy markets, the resulting design and operation of the future electric energy system has to be altered.
Sophisticated (systems and component) design approaches, intelligent information and communication architectures, and distributed automation concepts provide ways to cope with the above-mentioned challenges and to turn the existing power system into an intelligent entity, that is, a “Cyber-Physical Energy System (CPES)” (also known as “Smart Grid”').
While reaping the benefits that come along with intelligent solutions, it is, however, expected that due to the considerably higher complexity of such solutions, validation and testing will play a significantly larger role in the development of future technology. As it stands, the first demonstration projects for smart grid technologies have been successfully completed, it follows that there is a high probability of key findings and achieved results being integrated in new and existing products, solutions and services of manufacturers and system integrators.
Up until now, proper validation and testing methods and a suitably corresponding integrated Research Infrastructure (RI) for smart grids is neither fully available nor easily accessible which fulfils the following main requirements:
• A cyber-physical, multi-domain approach for analysing and validating CPESon the system level is missing today; existing methods are mainly focusing on the component level – system integration topics including analysis and evaluation are not yet addressed in a holistic manner.
• A holistic validation framework (incl. analysis and evaluation/benchmark criteria) and the corresponding RI with proper methods and tools needs to be developed.
• Harmonized and standardized evaluation procedures need to be developed.
• Well-educated professionals, engineers and researchers that understand smart grid systems in a cyber-physical manner need to be trained on a broad scale.
The aim of this tutorial is to tackle the above-mentioned requirements by introducing validation methods and tools for validating CPES which are currently being developed in the European project ERIGrid.
The tutorial is divided into two main parts: Part one (about 70 min) provides an overview of a holistic validation approach, a formal validation description method for CPES and corresponding simulation and laboratory based validation methods/tools. Part two includes a hands-on exercise (about 30 min) by using the formal validation description method on a selected example from the power and energy systems domain.

 

TTCWSIA - Session 224 - TT Cloud and Wireless Systems for Industrial Applications [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B035
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 13:20
Duration: 100 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Luis Almeida
Francisco Vasques

Papers

Hour:13:20
Title:A Hybrid Beacon Scheduling Scheme to Allow the Periodic Reconfiguration of Large-scale Cluster-tree WSNs
Authors:
Dr. Erico Leão, Ufpi, Brazil
Mr. Vitor Vasconcelos, Ufpi, Brazil
Dr. Paulo Portugal, Feup, Portugal
Dr. Carlos Montez, Ufsc, Brazil
Dr. Ricardo Moraes, Ufsc, Brazil

Hour:13:40
Title:On the Computing of Area Coverage by Visual Sensor Networks: Assessing Performance of Approximate and Precise Algorithms
Authors:
Mr. Thiago Jesus, Feup, Portugal
Dr. Daniel Costa, Uefs, Brazil
Dr. Paulo Portugal, Inesc-Tec-Feup, Portugal

Hour:14:00
Title:Data-Based Cluster-Tree Formation Scheme for Large-Scale Wireless Sensor Networks
Authors:
Mr. Aujor Tadeu Andrade, Ufsc, Brazil
Mr. Daniel Siedersberger, Ufsc, Brazil
Prof. Carlos Montez, Ufsc, Brazil
Prof. Ricardo Moraes, Ufsc, Brazil
Prof. Erico Leão, Ufpi, Brazil
Prof. Francisco Vasques, Up, Portugal

Hour:14:20
Title:A Cloud-based Architecture for Condition Monitoring based on Machine Learning
Authors:
Mr. Fernando Arévalo, South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Mr. Mochammad Rizky Diprasetya, South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Prof. Andreas Schwung, South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Hour:14:40
Title:Efficient Fitness Function Computation of Genetic Algorithm in Virtual Machine Placement for Greener Data Centers
Authors:
Mr. Zhe Ding, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Prof. Yu-Chu Tian, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Dr. Maolin Tang, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

TTCII - Session 225 - TT Cyber-Physical Systems, Internet of Things and Industrial Agents [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: A104
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 13:20
Duration: 100 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Cristina Cristalli
Elisabet Estévez

Papers

Hour:13:20
Title:A Game-Theoretic Two-Stage Stochastic Programing Model to Protect CPS against Attacks
Authors:
Dr. Clara Novoa, Texas State University, United States
Mr. Khan Siddique, Texas State University, United States
Dr. Mina Guirguis, Texas State University, United States
Mr. Alireza Tahsini, Texas State University, United States

Hour:13:40
Title:Data-driven Exploration and Process Optimization for a Milling-boring Machine
Authors:
Mr. Javier Escartín, IK4-Ideko, Spain
Mr. Jon Argandoña, IK4-Ideko, Spain
Dr. Jon Gerrikagoitia, IK4-Ideko, Spain

Hour:14:00
Title:MeDI: Measurement-based Device Identification Framework for Internet of Things
Authors:
Mrs. Narges Yousefnezhad, Aalto University, Finland
Mr. Manik Madhikermi, Aalto University, Finland
Prof. Kary Framling, Umeå university, Sweden

Hour:14:20
Title:No Panic! Verification of Rust Programs by Symbolic Execution
Authors:
Mr. Marcus Lindner, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Mr. Jorge Aparicius, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Prof. Per Lindgren, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden

Hour:14:40
Title:Modelling and Synchronization of Pulse-Coupled Non-identical Oscillators for Wireless Sensor Networks
Authors:
Mr. Yan Zong, Northumbria University, United Kingdom
Dr. Xuewu Dai, Northumbria University, United Kingdom
Dr. Zhiwei Gao, Northumbria University, United Kingdom
Prof. Krishna Busawon, Northumbria University, United Kingdom
Mr. Jiwen Zhu, Northumbria University, United Kingdom

ME - P2660.1 WG Stds meeting [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Meeting Room 1 - I-105
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 13:20
Duration: 50 minutes
 
Organizer/s
Paulo Leitao

ME - TC on Industrial Agents [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Meeting Room 1 - I-105
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 14:10
Duration: 50 minutes
 
Organizer/s
Stamatis Karnouskos

CF - Coffee Break [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Central Lawn
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 15:00
Duration: 30 minutes
 

IF - Industry Forum: Session 231 - Industry Forum [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: B032
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 15:30
Duration: 100 minutes
 

Presentations

15h30 : Project Fenix: From request to Digital Twin
Mr. António Gonzalez, EFACEC, Portugal
15h50 : Introsys contribution to the Factories of the Future
Mr. Fábio Miranda, INTROSYS SA, Portugal
16h10 : Product digitalization, a new industrial challenge – INCM's pathway
Mrs Silvia Garcia, INCM, Portugal
16h30 : Deep Learning in the Context of Cyber-Physical Systems
PhD Robert Suhada, Foxconn 4Tech, Czech Republic   
16h50 : The Distributed Co-Simulation Protocol for the Integration of Real-Time
Systems and Simulation Environments
Mr. Martin Krammer, Virtual Vehicle Research Center, Austria

TTTIIA - Session 232 - TT Tools for Industrial Informatic Applications [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B033
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 15:30
Duration: 100 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Andrei Lobov
Marga Marcos

Papers

Hour:15:30
Title:Automated Generation of a Co-Simulation-based Testing Environment for Fast-Evolving Industrial Embedded Software
Authors:
Mrs. Franziska Wiebe, MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH, Germany
Prof. Bernhard Bauer, Institute of Computer Science, Software Methodologies for Distributed Systems, University of Augsburg, Germany

Hour:15:50
Title:ADAPT - A decision-model-based Approach for Modeling Collaborative Assembly and Manufacturing Tasks
Authors:
Mr. René Lindorfer, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria
Dr. Roman Froschauer, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria
Mr. Georg Schwarz, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria

Hour:16:10
Title:An Approach to the Interconnection and Unification of State Models in Discrete Manufacturing
Authors:
Dr. Sten Grüner, ABB Corporate Research Center Germany, Germany
Dr. Johannes Schmitt, ABB Corporate Research Center Germany, Germany
Prof. Andrei Lobov, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Mr. Hafiz Hassan, Tampere University of Technology, Finland

Hour:16:30
Title:Preventing Technical Debt for Automated Production System Maintenance using Systematic Change Effort Estimation with Considering Contingent Cost
Authors:
Mrs. Suhyun Cha, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Mr. Quang Huan Dong, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Prof. Birgit Vogel-Heuser, Technical University of Munich, Germany

Hour:16:50
Title:Demand Response Planning Tool using Markov Decision Process
Authors:
Mr. Nameer Al Khafaf, RMIT University, Australia
Dr. Mahdi Jalili, RMIT University, Australia
Dr. Peter Sokolowski, RMIT University, Australia

SS13 - Session 233 - SS Social and Economic Aspects of Cyber-physical Systems and Industry 4.0 for Human Development [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B034
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 15:30
Duration: 100 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Jolanta Kowal
António Lucas Soares

Papers

Hour:15:30
Title:Conceptual framework for the identification of influential contexts of the adoption decision
Authors:
Prof. Ana Correia-Simões, Inesctec, Portugal
Prof. António Lucas Soares, Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, Portugal
Prof. Ana Barros, Inesctec, Portugal

Hour:15:50
Title:Digital transformation as the subject of discursive analysis
Authors:
Prof. Rafal Maciag, Jagiellonian University, Poland

Hour:16:10
Title:IT Project manager selection review
Authors:
Dr. Ali Reza Afshari, Department of Industrial Engineering, Shirvan Branch Islamic Azad University Shirvan, Iran, Iran
Dr. Jolanta Kowal, Uniwersytet Wrocławski, Instytut Psychologii, Poland

Hour:16:30
Title:Are IT professionals sensitive and happy leaders in Poland?
Authors:
Dr. Jolanta Kowal, University of Wrocław, Institute of Psychology, Poland
Dr. Alicja Keplinger, University of Wrocław, Institute of Psychology, Poland
Dr. Magdalena Kapała, University of Wrocław, Institute of Psychology, Poland
Prof. Juho Mäkiö, Faculty of Engineering Hochschule Emden/Leer, Germany
Prof. Maria Straś-Romanowska, University of Wrocław, Institute of Psychology, Poland

TTFACMR - Session 234 - TT Factory Automation and Communication, Mechatronics and Robotics [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B035
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 15:30
Duration: 100 minutes
 
Chair/s:
José Barbosa
José Faria

Papers

Hour:15:30
Title:Interference of IEEE 802.11n Networks upon IEEE 802.15.4-Based WBANs: An Experimental Study
Authors:
Prof. Rogerio Casagrande, Ufsc, Brazil
Dr. Ricardo Moraes, Ufsc, Brazil
Dr. Carlos Montez, Ufsc, Brazil
Dr. Analucia Morales, Ufsc, Brazil
Dr. Luciana Rech, Ufsc, Brazil

Hour:15:50
Title:Robust Control Strategy for AUV with Workspace Observer
Authors:
Mr. Akihiro Kawamuara, Keio University, Japan
Mr. Toshiaki Okano, Keio University, Japan
Prof. Toshiyuki Murakami, Keio University, Japan

Hour:16:10
Title:Scaling Adjustment Method for Motion Copying System with Environmental Variations
Authors:
Mr. Toshiaki Okano, Keio University, Japan
Mr. Takahiro Ishikawa, Keio University, Japan
Prof. Toshiyuki Murakami, Keio University, Japan

Hour:16:30
Title:Modeling workflows for industrial robots considering human-robot-collaboration
Authors:
Mr. Dominik Schönberger, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria
Mr. Rene Lindorfer, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria
Dr. Roman Froschauer, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria

Hour:16:50
Title:A Dynamic Window Approach with Collision Suppression Cone for Avoidance of Moving Obstacles
Authors:
Mr. Mingyang Guan, +65 83792910, China
Prof. Changyun Wen, --, Singapore
Mr. Zhe Wei, --, China
Mr. Cheng-Leong Ng, --, Singapore
Ms. Ying Zou, --, China

TTCII - Session 235 - TT Cyber-Physical Systems, Internet of Things and Industrial Agents [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: A104
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 15:30
Duration: 100 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Luis Gomes
Paulo Portugal

Papers

Hour:15:30
Title:A JSON/HTTP communication protocol to support the development of distributed cyber-physical systems
Authors:
Dr. Fernando Pereira, Isel/Ipl & Fct/Unl, Portugal
Prof. Luís Gomes, FCT/UNL & Uninova, Portugal

Hour:15:50
Title:Task Allocating Service-oriented Network for Smart Community Applications
Authors:
Mr. Shun Kinoshita, Keio University, Japan
Prof. Hiroaki Nishi, Keio University, Japan

Hour:16:10
Title:OPC UA Realization of Cloud Cyber-Physical System
Authors:
Mr. Vaclav Jirkovsky, Ciirc Ctu, Czech Republic
Dr. Marek Obitko, Rockwell Automaiton, Czech Republic
Dr. Petr Kadera, Ciirc Ctu, Czech Republic

Hour:16:30
Title:Utilizing Blockchain Technology in Industrial Manufacturing with the help of Network Simulation
Authors:
Mr. Thomas Kobzan, Fraunhofer IOSB-INA, Germany
Mr. Alexander Biendarra, inIT: Institute Industrial IT, Germany
Mr. Sebastian Schriegel, Fraunhofer IOSB-INA, Germany
Mr. Thomas Herbst, contractus GmbH, Germany
Mr. Thomas Müller, contractus GmbH, Germany
Prof. Jürgen Jasperneite, Fraunhofer IOSB-INA, Germany

Hour:16:50
Title:Performance Assessment of the Integration between Industrial Agents and Low-level Automation Functions
Authors:
Prof. Luis Ribeiro, Linkoping University, Sweden
Dr. Stamatis Karnouskos, Sap, Germany
Prof. Paulo Leitao, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
Dr. Jose Barbosa, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Portugal
Dr. Martin Hochwallner, Linkoping University, Sweden

ME - EU H2020 PERFoRM [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Meeting Room 1 - I-105
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 15:30
Duration: 100 minutes
 

DI - Gala Dinner [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Social Activities
Day: Thursday 19th of July
Hour: 19:30
Duration: 150 minutes
 

Friday 20th of July

SS01 - Session 311 - SS Monitoring, Diagnosis, Prognosis and Resilient Control Methods and Applications [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: A101
Day: Friday 20th of July
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Zhiwei Gao
Kalil Bispo

Papers

Hour:09:00
Title:Chattering-free discrete-time sliding mode control with event-trigger strategy
Authors:
Mr. Jiepeng Wang, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China
Prof. Zhiwei Gao, University of Northumbria, United Kingdom
Mr. Yichuan Fu, University of Northumbria, United Kingdom

Hour:09:20
Title:Automation Systems and Control for Shrimp Production Tanks
Authors:
Dr. Vinícius Oliveira, Furg, Brazil
Mr. Letieri ÁVila, Furg, Brazil
Mr. Leonardo Guimarães, Furg, Brazil

Hour:09:40
Title:Expert system of winch in oceanographic vessels for scientific purposes
Authors:
Dr. Gerardo González-Filgueira, University of A Coruña, Spain
Dr. Luis Carral Couce, University of A Coruña, Spain

Hour:10:00
Title:Monitoring Autonomous Agents in Self-Organizing Industrial Systems
Authors:
Ms. Marie Kiermeier, LMU Munich, Germany
Mr. Thomy Phan, LMU Munich, Germany
Mr. Horst Sauer, Siemens AG, CT, Munich, Germany
Dr. Jan Wieghardt, Siemens AG, CT, Munich, Germany

Hour:10:20
Title:A non-intrusive approach for smart power meter
Authors:
Mr. Hugo Tavares, Ufs, Brazil
Prof. Bruno Prado, Ufs, Brazil
Prof. Kalil Bispo, Ufs, Brazil
Prof. Daniel Dantas, Ufs, Brazil

Hour:10:40
Title:Grey-box Model Identification and Fault Detection of Wind Turbines Using Artificial Neural Networks
Authors:
Ms. Reihane Rahimilarki, Northumbria University, United Kingdom
Dr. Zhiwei Gao, Northumbria University, United Kingdom

SS08 - Session 312 - SS Advances in Soft Sensors, Methods, Practices, and Applications [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B033
Day: Friday 20th of July
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Francisco Souza
Maria Gabriella Xibilia

Papers

Hour:09:00
Title:Deep Structures for a Reformer Unit Soft Sensor
Authors:
Prof. Maria G. Xibilia, Dipartimento di Ingegneria, University of Messina, Italy
Prof. Salvatore Graziani, Dipartimento di Ingegneria Elettriica Elettronica e Informatica, University of Catania, Italy

Hour:09:20
Title:Measuring suspension velocity from acceleration integration
Authors:
Prof. Vincenzo Paciello, University of Cassino and Southern Lazio, Italy
Mr. Marco Carratù, University of Salerno, Italy
Prof. Antonio Pietrosanto, University of Salerno, Italy
Dr. Paolo Sommella, University of Salerno, Italy

Hour:09:40
Title:Bandwidth improvement of Disturbance Observer with Low Pass Derivative FIR Filter
Authors:
Mr. Mehdi Hazaz, Keio University, Japan
Prof. Toshiyuki Murakami, Keio University, Japan

Hour:10:00
Title:Overview about Autonomous Surfave Vessels: Sensors Infrastructure
Authors:
Ms. Anna Carolina Queiroz, Rio Grande, Brazil
Mr. Vinícius Oliveira, Rio Grande, Brazil
Mr. Ricardo Torales, Rio Grande, Brazil
Mr. Leonardo Guimarães, Rio Grande, Brazil

Hour:10:20
Title:Mixture of Elastic Net Experts and its application to a Polymerization Batch Process
Authors:
Dr. Francisco Souza, Institute of Systems and Robotics, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Dr. Rui Araújo, Institute of Systems and Robotics, Department of Electrical and Computer Enginnering, University of Coimbra, Portugal

Hour:10:40
Title:Semantic interoperability in Industry 4.0: Survey on Recent Developments and Outlook
Authors:
Mr. Jacob Nilsson, EISLAB, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Prof. Fredrik Sandin, EISLAB, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden

TU - Tutorial: Session 313 - Data informatics and machine learning: From systems fault diagnosis to high dimensionality reduction and visualization [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: B034
Day: Friday 20th of July
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Lecturer/s
Tommy W S Chow, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
 
Synopsis - The proposed tutorial is aimed at introducing the most important machine learning techniques that are particular useful to industrial informatics engineers and researchers. The techniques that will be covered in the tutorial are the state-of–the-art and are still ongoing hot research topics. This tutorial is designed in a way to bridge the areas of industrial informatics and machine learning.

In this proposed tutorial, we will firstly introduce the widely known supervised and unsupervised techniques. The first part of the tutorial will briefly introduce the concept and the comparative advantageous of several widely used supervised techniques such as neural networks, support
vector machine (SVM) and deep learning. We will also briefly introduce the importance and characteristics of unsupervised techniques such as Self organizing map (SOM) and clustering.
After introducing the fundamental concepts of supervised and unsupervised techniques, we will use fault diagnosis of the Tennessee Eastman control process to illustrate why and how most engineering problems are modeled as high dimensional problems. The Tennessee Eastman control process is a well-known problem with 33 variables/dimensions and 21 pre-defined faults that can only be solved using high dimensionality reduction approach. We will use it to demonstrate the problem of system conditions diagnosis on high dimensional problems. In this part of tutorial, we will also use our recent work on wireless sensor network fault diagnosis to elaborate the formulation of a practical engineering problem into a high dimensional fault diagnosis problem. Our examples will also include wafer map failure detection and bearing fault detection.
The second part of the tutorial will detail the concepts and applications of different high dimensionality reduction/manifold learning methods for industrial systems fault diagnosis. In this part of the tutorial, we will focus on unsupervised methods to handle system datasets that
lack faulty and normal data label. Lack of data label is in fact a highly popular case for practical engineering systems. In these cases, the use of conventional SVM or neural networks supervised training is not possible. We will start from the classical principal component analysis (PCA). We will show how the linear PCA can be applied to Tennessee Eastman control process diagnosis.
We will then discuss the concepts, technical similarity and applications from PCA, multi-dimensional mapping to the more recent non-linear approach such as Isomap. Isomap is
well-known with its ability of preserving global and local characteristics in reduced dimensional space visualization and classification. We will illustrate the importance of these characteristics especially for engineering applications. In this part, we will use Isomap to show the important concept of using nonlinear dimensionality reduction to unfolding a manifold or extracting
undistorted system information under a high dimensional space. We will use our recent visualization and classification results on bearing fault and other data mining examples as applications to illustrate the concept.
The last part of the tutorial will be briefly introducing the concept of semi-supervised method.
As labelling huge dataset is costly and even practically impossible, semi-supervised technique is an approach that uses a small amount of label to improve the whole training process. We will not have enough time to cover this part thoroughly but will show the concept of semi-supervised
method using our recent work, and results on wireless sensors networks diagnosis.
 

SS03 - Session 314 - SS Emerging Intelligence in Distributed Automation Systems [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B035
Day: Friday 20th of July
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
William Dai
Valeriy Vyatkin

Papers

Hour:09:00
Title:Counterexample visualization and explanation for function block diagrams
Authors:
Mr. Antti Pakonen, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., Finland
Mr. Igor Buzhinsky, Aalto University, Finland
Prof. Valeriy Vyatkin, Aalto University, Finland

Hour:09:20
Title:Active learning of formal plant models for cyber-physical systems
Authors:
Ms. Polina Ovsiannikova, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Dr. Daniil Chivilikhin, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Dr. Vladimir Ulyantsev, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Dr. Andrey Stankevich, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Mr. Ilya Zakirzyanov, ITMO University, Russian Federation
Prof. Valeriy Vyatkin, Aalto University, Finland
Prof. Anatoly Shalyto, ITMO University, Russian Federation

Hour:09:40
Title:Implementation of distributed semaphores in IEC 61499 with consensus protocols
Authors:
Dr. Victor Dubinin, Penza State University, Russian Federation
Mr. Artem Voinov, Penza State University, Russian Federation
Mr. Ilya Senokosov, Penza State University, Russian Federation
Prof. Valeriy Vyatkin, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden

Hour:10:00
Title:A Review on Programming Approaches for Dynamic Industrial Cyber Physical Systems
Authors:
Dr. Udayanto Dwi Atmojo, Aalto University, Finland
Prof. Valeriy Vyatkin, Aalto University, Finland

Hour:10:20
Title:Deriving a State Model of a Control Program by Symbolic Execution
Authors:
Prof. Herbert Prähofer, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
Mr. Thomas Böhm, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria
Dr. Josef Pichler, Software Competence Center Hagenberg, Austria

Hour:10:40
Title:Automatic Generation of a Lifecycle Analysis Model from a First Principles Industrial Process Simulation Model
Authors:
Mr. Kashif Gulzar, Aalto University, Finland
Mr. Reino Ruusu, VTT Technical Research Center of Finland, Finland
Dr. Seppo Sierla, Aalto University, Finland
Mr. Pekka Aarnio, Aalto University, Finland
Mr. Tommi Karhela, VTT Technical Research Center of Finland, Finland
Prof. Valeriy Vyatkin, Aalto University, Finland

TTCII - Session 315 - TT Cyber-Physical Systems, Internet of Things and Industrial Agents [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: A104
Day: Friday 20th of July
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 120 minutes
 
Chair/s:
José Barbosa
Luis Ribeiro

Papers

Hour:09:00
Title:A Review of Recursive Holarchies for Viable Systems in CPSs
Authors:
Dr. Andrea Bonci, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Dr. Massimiliano Pirani, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Prof. Alessandro Cucchiarelli, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Prof. Alessandro Carbonari, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Prof. Berardo Naticchia, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
Prof. Sauro Longhi, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy

Hour:09:20
Title:Assessing the Integration of Software Agents and Industrial Automation Systems with ISO/IEC 25010
Authors:
Dr. Stamatis Karnouskos, Sap, Germany
Dr. Roopak Sinha, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand (Aotearoa)
Prof. Paulo Leitão, Polytechnic Institute of Bragança, Portugal
Prof. Luis Ribeiro, Linköping University, Sweden
Dr. Thomas I. Strasser, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Hour:09:40
Title:Connecting PLCs with their Asset Administration Shell for Automatic Device Configuration
Authors:
Dr. Monika Wenger, fortiss GmbH, Germany
Prof. Alois Zoitl, fortiss GmbH, Germany
Mr. Thorsten Müller, SMS Group GmbH, Germany

Hour:10:00
Title:Supporting Product Oriented Manufacturing: a Model Driven and Agent based Approach
Authors:
Mr. Mikel López, ETSI Bilbao (UPV/EHU), Spain
Mr. Jon Martín, ETSI Bilbao (UPV/EHU), Spain
Mr. Unai Gangoiti, ETSI Bilbao (UPV/EHU), Spain
Dr. Aintzane Armentia, ETSI Bilbao (UPV/EHU), Spain
Dr. Elisabet Estévez, EPS de Jaén, University of Jaén, Spain
Prof. Marga Marcos, ETSI Bilbao (UPV/EHU), Spain

Hour:10:20
Title:Heapless: Dynamic Data Structures without Dynamic Heap Allocator for Rust
Authors:
Mr. Jorge Aparicio Rivera, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Mr. Marcus Lindner, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Prof. Per Lindgren, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden

Hour:10:40
Title:A multi-agent system approach for management of Industrial IoT devices in manufacturing processes
Authors:
Mr. Renato Luciano Cagnin, State University of São Paulo Júlio de Mesquita Filho, Brazil
Dr. Ivan Rizzo Guilherme, State University of São Paulo Júlio de Mesquita Filho, Brazil
Mr. Jonas F P. de Queiroz, State University of São Paulo Júlio de Mesquita Filho, Brazil
Mr. Bruno Paulo, State University of São Paulo Júlio de Mesquita Filho, Brazil
Mr. Marcilio Francisco de Oliveira Neto, State University of São Paulo Júlio de Mesquita Filho, Brazil

RE - Work/Rest 20th [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Work/Rest Room - B120
Day: Friday 20th of July
Hour: 09:00
Duration: 370 minutes
 

CF - Coffee Break [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Central Lawn
Day: Friday 20th of July
Hour: 11:00
Duration: 30 minutes
 

CE - The double disruptive forces of industrial 3D-printing [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: A101
Day: Friday 20th of July
Hour: 11:30
Duration: 50 minutes
 
Keynote Addresser
Presenter
Güngör Kara , Chief Digital Officer at EOS GmbH
 
Abstract- Industrial 3D-Printing has graduated from the niches of prototyping to industrial small serial production. The limitations of conventional manufacturing are so deeply ingrained in our thinking, they have virtually taken on the role of principle laws and leveraging AM design principles in product innovation requires a mind shift – a radically new way of even imagining solutions. Digital Manufacturing is opening access to transparent digital twins of part production, manufacturing processes and the life-time monitoring of 3D-printed parts. The next years will determine the industrial Champions of the decades to come and AM transformation is all about people. Industrial 3D-Printing has graduated from the niches of prototyping to industrial small serial production. The limitations of conventional manufacturing are so deeply ingrained in our thinking, they have virtually taken on the role of principle laws and leveraging AM design principles in product innovation requires a mind shift – a radically new way of even imagining solutions. Digital Manufacturing is opening access to transparent digital twins of part production, manufacturing processes and the life-time monitoring of 3D-printed parts.

The outcome and lessons learned of an optimized production chain with the AM Technology and the radical combination, and a real-life example of two different industries which have summarized their demand into one production facility will be shown during the presentation. Mr. Kara will highlight how micro-trends which will lead to macro-trends and how innovative AM parts and high Digital factories will create double disruptive forces. We believe the next years will determine the industrial Champions of the decades to come and that AM transformation is all about transforming people into the Digital Manufacturing era.
 

LU - Lunch [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Central Lawn
Day: Friday 20th of July
Hour: 12:20
Duration: 60 minutes
 

SS12 - Session 322 - SS Innovative Approaches for Re-Configurability of Industrial Production Systems [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B033
Day: Friday 20th of July
Hour: 13:20
Duration: 60 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Michael Gepp
José Barbosa

Papers

Hour:13:20
Title:Industrial Internet of Things: covering standardization gaps for the next generation of reconfigurable production systems
Authors:
Mrs. Olga Meyer, Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA, Germany
Mr. Greg Rauhoeft, Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA, Germany
Mr. Daniel Schel, Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA, Germany
Mr. Daniel Stock, Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA, Germany

Hour:13:40
Title:Automatic Data Representation Analysis for Reconfigurable Systems Integration
Authors:
Mr. Jiayi Zhang, The University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Dr. Bilal Ahmad, The University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Dr. Daniel Vera, The University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Prof. Robert Harrison, The University of Warwick, United Kingdom

Hour:14:00
Title:Tool Wear and Surface Quality Monitoring Using High Frequency CNC Machine Tool Current Signature
Authors:
Mr. Benjamin Neef, Technische Universität Braunschweig - Institut für Werkzeugmaschinen und Fertigungstechnik, Germany
Mr. Jonathan Bartels, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany
Dr. Sebastian Thiede, Technische Universität Braunschweig - Institut für Werkzeugmaschinen und Fertigungstechnik, Germany

TTCCI - Session 323 - TT Cognitive and Computational Intelligence [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B034
Day: Friday 20th of July
Hour: 13:20
Duration: 60 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Mingyu Gao
Luis Ribeiro

Papers

Hour:13:20
Title:An Enhancement of the Driver Distraction Detection and Evaluation Method Based on Computational Intelligence Algorithms
Authors:
Mr. Andrei Aksjonov, ŠKODA AUTO a.s., Czech Republic
Dr. Pavel Nedoma, ŠKODA AUTO a.s., Czech Republic
Prof. Valery Vodovozov, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
Prof. Eduard Petlenkov, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

Hour:13:40
Title:Battery charging and discharging curve feature extraction based on the best u-shapelets
Authors:
Ms. Jingping Chen, Hangzhou Dianzi University, China
Mrs. Yuanyuan Liu, Hangzhou Dianzi University, China
Prof. Mingyu Gao, Hangzhou Dianzi University, China
Prof. Zhiwei He, Hangzhou Dianzi University, China
Mr. Zhongfei Yu, Hangzhou Dianzi University, China

Hour:14:00
Title:Modeling Machine Health Using Gated Recurrent Units with Entity Embeddings and K-Means Clustering
Authors:
Dr. Ido Amihai, ABB Corporate Research Center Germany, Germany
Dr. Moncef Chioua, ABB Corporate Research Center Germany, Germany
Dr. Ralf Gitzel, ABB Corporate Research Center Germany, Germany
Mr. Arzam Muzaffar Kotriwala, ABB Corporate Research Center Germany, Germany
Mr. Diego Pareschi, Abb, Netherlands
Dr. Guruprasad Sosale, ABB Corporate Research Center Germany, Germany
Dr. Subanatarajan Subbiah, ABB Corporate Research Center Germany, Germany

SS01 - Session 324 - SS Monitoring, Diagnosis, Prognosis and Resilient Control Methods and Applications [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: B035
Day: Friday 20th of July
Hour: 13:20
Duration: 60 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Zhiwei Gao
Kalil Bispo

Papers

Hour:13:20
Title:A novel observer method for Markov jump systems with simultaneous sensor and actuator faults
Authors:
Dr. Hongyan Yang, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
Prof. Baoran An, Institute of computer application, China academy of engineering physics, China
Prof. Shen Yin, Harbin Institute of Technology, China

Hour:13:40
Title:Development of a Mobile App for Fault Detection Assessment based on Information Fusion
Authors:
Mr. Fernando Arévalo, South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Mr. Enzo Oestanto, South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Prof. Andreas Schwung, South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Hour:14:00
Title:Challenges in Learning Causal Models of Alarms in Industrial Plants
Authors:
Mr. Paul Wunderlich, inIT - Institute Industrial IT, Germany
Prof. Oliver Niggemann, inIT - Institute Industrial IT, Germany

TTCII - Session 325 - TT Cyber-Physical Systems, Internet of Things and Industrial Agents [Chart →][Compact Chart →][Authors →]

Room: A104
Day: Friday 20th of July
Hour: 13:20
Duration: 60 minutes
 
Chair/s:
Andrei Lobov
Antonio Moreno-Munoz

Papers

Hour:13:20
Title:An IoT Low-Cost Voltage Sag Detector
Authors:
Mr. Ricardo Medina-Gracia, Universidad de Cordoba, Spain
Prof. Aurora Gil-de-Castro, Universidad de Cordoba, Spain
Prof. Eduardo Canete, Universidad de Cordoba, Spain
Prof. Manuel Alonso-Rosa, IES La Fuensanta, Spain
Prof. Antonio Moreno-Munoz, Universidad de Cordoba, Spain
Mr. David Matabuena, Universidad de Cordoba, Spain

Hour:13:40
Title:Configurator module to integrate different protocols for IoT solution
Authors:
Mr. Mehdi Mahmoodpour, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Prof. Andrei Lobov, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Prof. Minna Lanz, Tampere University of Technology, Finland

Hour:14:00
Title:An Energy Efficient Mesh LNN Routing Protocol Based on Ant Colony Optimization
Authors:
Mr. Vinicius Marques, State University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Prof. Janine Kniess, State University of Santa Catarina, Brazil
Prof. Rafael Parpinelli, State University of Santa Catarina, Brazil

CE - Closing Ceremony [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: B032
Day: Friday 20th of July
Hour: 14:20
Duration: 20 minutes
 

RF - Farewell Toast [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Central Lawn
Day: Friday 20th of July
Hour: 14:40
Duration: 30 minutes
 

RF - River Douro Boat Cruise [Chart →][Compact Chart →]

Room: Social Activities
Day: Friday 20th of July
Hour: 16:30
Duration: 60 minutes