Towards position-based technologies for digitized process management on the shop floor

  • Position-based technologies, e.g Ultrawideband (UWB), WiFi or Bluetooth, for indoor localisation purposes are already commercially available. With the highly increasing digitalization of industrial processes, the potential of these technologies comes into focus of process management research. This paper aims to structure position-based technologies according to their potential to support shop-floor process management. For this purpose, a framework with the following dimensions is developed: technical performance properties of the IPS, economical aspects, relevant use-case requirements, and appropriate data aggregation strategies. Following this, two representable use-cases show the implementation of an indoor-positioning-system and the data aggregation in order to derive relevant process data from position data.

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Author:Maximilian Meyer, Lin Pechtl, Peik Bremer, Jan Schmitt
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Parent Title (English):Proceedings of the 24th International Symposium on Logistics - Supply Chain Networks vs Platforms: Innovations, Challenges and Opportunities, Würzburg
Document Type:Conference Proceeding
Year of publication:2019
Release Date:2023/06/13
First Page:232
Last Page:241
Institutes and faculty:Fakultäten / Fakultät Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen
Institute / Institut Digital Engineering (IDEE)
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