FAIM - Smart Data & Smart Manufacturing 2013 : Flexible Automation and Intelligent Manufacturing 2013 - Smart Data for smart Manufacturing Systems
Call For Papers
The Organizing Committee of FAIM 2013 cordially invites experts from academy and industry to participate in the Smart Data for Smart Manufacturing Systems Special Session.
Smart Manufacturing defines an integrated, knowledge-based, data-rich enterprise in which all business activities are determined and executed proactively with application of the best possible information and a wide range of performance metrics. Industry has begun gathering information and manufacturing intelligence by investing in highly automated and IT-driven production systems and technologies. Indeed, implementation of smart processes requires information in a distributed, ubiquitous and collaborative fashion for it to be shared and processed at every level in the company, e.g. design, planning, manufacturing and auditing. An example of such data model is STEP-compliant CAPP-CAM-CNC platform that relies on STEP and STEP-NC as the backbone of data structure. This session welcome contributions in such data models and data processing technologies in support of smart manufacturing solutions.
We invite contributions in all areas relevant to the theme Smart Data for Smart Manufacturing System. Both theoretical and applied papers are encouraged. In particular, the session welcomes papers in the following areas (but not limited to):
CAD/CAM/CNC data interoperability
Smart manufacturing systems and technologies
Data modelling for ubiquitous manufacturing scenarios
Data model for Close loop manufacturing systems
STEP and STEP-NC deployment for smart Manufacturing
Smart systems via Cloud Technology
Submission link - here
Julio Garrido Campos, Vigo University, Spain
Xun W. Xu, University of Auckland, New Zealand
To be announced
Julio Garrido (email@example.com)
Xun W. Xu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Abstract submission is not mandatory. Please, feel free to submit your full paper with abstract until 5th of January.
Acceptance of papers is based on the full paper (up to 8 pages). Each paper will be evaluated by three members of the International Program Committee.
Proceedings to be published by Springer.
(Note: FAIM 2013 proceedings will be submitted to be indexed by ISI Web of Science)
As in previous years, selected papers will be published in special issues of the following international journals:
International Journal of Manufacturing Research
Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing
International Journal of Engineering Management and Economics
International Journal of Lean Enterprise Research
The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology