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Modelling Human Factors in Cyber Physical Production Systems by the Integration of Human Digital Shadows

  • The future of industrial manufacturing and production will increasingly manifest in the form of cyber-physical production systems. Here, Digital Shadows will act as mediators between the physical and digital world to model and operationalize the interactions and relationships between different entities in production systems. Until now, the associated concepts have been primarily pursued and implemented from a technocentric perspective, in which human actors play a subordinate role, if they are considered at all. This paper outlines an anthropocentric approach that explicitly considers the characteristics, behavior, and traits and states of human actors in socio-technical production systems. For this purpose, we discuss the potentials and the expected challenges and threats of creating and using Human Digital Shadows in production.

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Author:Alexander Mertens, Philipp Brauner, Ralph Baier, Florian Brillowski, Hannah Dammers, Marc van Dyck, Iris Kong, Peter Königs, Frauke Kordtomeikel, Gian Luca Liehner, Sebastian Pütz, Niklas Rodermann, Anne Kathrin Schaar, Linda Steuer-DankertORCiD, Luisa Vervier, Shari Wlecke, Thomas Gries, Carmen Leicht-Scholten, Saskia K. Nagel, Frank T. Piller, Günther Schuh, Martina Ziefle, Verena Nitsch
Parent Title (English):Modellierung 2022 Satellite Events
Publisher:GI Gesellschaft für Informatik
Place of publication:Bonn
Editor:Judith Michael, Jérôme Pfeiffer, Andreas Wortmann
Document Type:Conference Proceeding
Year of Completion:2022
Date of the Publication (Server):2022/09/27
Tag:cyber physical production system; human digital shadow; human factors
First Page:147
Last Page:149
Institutes:FH Aachen / Fachbereich Energietechnik