Event Title

Ethics in Production Automation Roboethics

Session

Mechatronics, System Engineering and Robotics

Description

The field of manufacturing automation is one of the fastest growing in technology not only because of the rapid developments of IT hard- and software as well as micro-, nano- and femto-technologies for the development of new materials. Therefore in production automation we have the new headlines new materials, smart products, smart factories, Internet of things (IoT), production 4.0. This requires Multi Robot Systems or Multi Agent Systems (MAS) consisting of cooperative industrial, mobile and probably in the future humanoid intelligent robots acting as a team for solving common tasks. In addition they have to be cooperative. The tasks of the robots must perform the mechanism of cooperation and the system performance. Production 4.0 requires the replacement of the Central Control Computer by a distributed, networked Computer System. From the side of Automation in this paper the latest trends in manufacturing automation will be presented. Concerning the problems of SME`s to introduce Production 4.0 first ideas on “Cost Oriented Production 4.0 – Production 4.5” will be discussed. From the side of TECIS both disciplines will raise some new social and ethical questions related to humans.

Keywords:

Intelligent Systems and Automation, Production, Digitalization, Smart Production, Ethics, Social aspects

Session Chair

Peter Kopacek

Session Co-Chair

Ines Bula

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 1:30 PM

End Date

27-10-2018 3:00 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.338

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Ethics in Production Automation Roboethics

Pristina, Kosovo

The field of manufacturing automation is one of the fastest growing in technology not only because of the rapid developments of IT hard- and software as well as micro-, nano- and femto-technologies for the development of new materials. Therefore in production automation we have the new headlines new materials, smart products, smart factories, Internet of things (IoT), production 4.0. This requires Multi Robot Systems or Multi Agent Systems (MAS) consisting of cooperative industrial, mobile and probably in the future humanoid intelligent robots acting as a team for solving common tasks. In addition they have to be cooperative. The tasks of the robots must perform the mechanism of cooperation and the system performance. Production 4.0 requires the replacement of the Central Control Computer by a distributed, networked Computer System. From the side of Automation in this paper the latest trends in manufacturing automation will be presented. Concerning the problems of SME`s to introduce Production 4.0 first ideas on “Cost Oriented Production 4.0 – Production 4.5” will be discussed. From the side of TECIS both disciplines will raise some new social and ethical questions related to humans.