Evolution of 3C Cyber-Physical Systems Architecture for Industry 4.0

Abstract : Cyber-Physical System (CPS) is considered as the emerging component for Industry 4.0, and the state-of-the art and standard CPS architecture playing the major role to understand the nature of the industrial landscape. The key problem with traditional CPS architectures is that they are not up-to-mark and convincing to fulfill the needs of smart industries and merely considering vertical and horizontal integration with three components (i.e., human, cyber and physical components) integration, but lacking to adopt, discuss and highlight the key interfacing elements which are very vital for Industry 4.0. So, to remedy these problems and bridging the gap this paper proposes to enhance the 3C CPS architecture based on the traditional 3C one for industry4.0 by adopting the main interfacing elements such as connectors, protocols, and sub elements, for example, human, cyber and physical parts. Hence, it can be said that the proposed enhanced 3C CPS architecture is playing a significant role and will be considered as a guideline and application for future smart manufacturing CPS systems and industries.
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Ahmadzai Ahmadi, Ali Hassan Sodhro, Chantal Cherifi, Vincent Cheutet, Yacine Ouzrout. Evolution of 3C Cyber-Physical Systems Architecture for Industry 4.0. 8th Workshop on Service Orientation in Holonic and Multi-Agent Manufacturing (SOHOMA 2018), Jun 2018, Bergame, Italy. ⟨hal-01788468⟩



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