BALANCED AUTOMATION SYSTEMS (BASYS2010)
|Event Date/Time: Jun 21, 2010||End Date/Time: Jun 23, 2010|
|Abstract Submission Date: Nov 15, 2009|
|Paper Submission Date: Dec 15, 2009|
9th IFIP International Conference on Information Technology for BALANCED AUTOMATION SYSTEMS
21-23 June 2010 Valencia, Spain
Call for Papers
The BASYS 2010 Conference will be a forum where to share visions and research findings towards innovative sustainable and knowledge-based products-services and manufacturing models.
The focus of BASYS is to discuss how human actors, emergent technologies and even organizations are integrated in order to redefine the way in which the value-creation process must be conceived and realized.
As customers are being attracted to be involved in Co-Innovation Networks, improved responsiveness and agility is expected from industry ecosystems. Renewed production systems needs to be modeled, engineered and deployed in order to achieve cost-effective solutions.
BASYS 2010 expects to discuss new approaches in automation where synergies between people, systems and organizations needs to be fully exploited in order to create high added-value products and services.
Since pervasiveness will be at the heart of the next generation of Balanced Automation Systems, contributions on its research trends as well as emerging and potential applications to open innovation networks, advanced manufacturing and factory automation will be welcome.
Contributed papers are expected to fit within, but not limited to, the following main tracks:
Track A - Co-Innovation Networks in Industry
â€¢Innovation processes in collaborative networks.
â€¢Involvement of customers in the co-creation processes.
â€¢Role of humans and automation in creation and support of extended products.
â€¢Tools for cost-effective and rapid creation, management and use of complex knowledge-based product-services.
â€¢Approaches and tools for collaborative design in temporary partnerships.
â€¢New business and management processes in enterprise collaborative networks.
â€¢Social networking, collective intelligence and creativity.
Track B - Industry ecosystems and emergent business models
â€¢Emerging organizational models for global manufacturing.
â€¢Disperse and grid manufacturing.
â€¢Resource efficient, sustainable production systems.
â€¢Challenges in lean management; leanness and agility.
â€¢Human resources and technological factors.
â€¢Value Systems and Performance Management
Track C - Advanced Production Engineering
â€¢Collaborative Production Planning and Order Management
â€¢Simulation and Decision Making in Collaborative Production Processes
â€¢Emergent architectures, systems and tools for extended manufacturing
â€¢Resilient manufacturing organizations
Track D - Pervasive Digital Factory
â€¢Ubiquitous and mobile computing supporting new ways of working.
â€¢Product and Process life-cycle integration and optimization.
â€¢Enabling technologies; ICT for manufacturing design, simulation, and assessment.
â€¢Virtual labs and remote operation.
â€¢Simulation and virtual reality in advanced manufacturing.
â€¢Affective computing (emotions-based computing) in manufacturing.
â€¢Digital factory tools for the involvement of customers in product co-design
Track E - Intelligent machine and sensor networks
â€¢Self-adaptation - dynamic response to changes: Self-organization; Self-optimization; Self-configuration; Self-control; Learning; Self-healing.
â€¢Intelligent sensor networks and supervision systems.
â€¢Integration of affordable intelligent technologies and process control.
â€¢"Adaptronic" modules and interfaces and their integration in intelligent manufacturing systems.
â€¢Balanced integration of human and machine-based decision making.