Sustainable Manufacturing in Industry 4.0 Context: Theoretical Background and Multi-Agent Architecture

Sustainable Manufacturing in Industry 4.0 Context: Theoretical Background and Multi-Agent Architecture

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Volume-70 Issue-12
Year of Publication : 2022
Author : Nawal Bensassi, Maha Rezzai, Dachry wafaa, Hicham Medromi
DOI : 10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V70I12P219

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Nawal Bensassi, Maha Rezzai, Dachry wafaa, Hicham Medromi, "Sustainable Manufacturing in Industry 4.0 Context: Theoretical Background and Multi-Agent Architecture," International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, vol. 70, no. 12, pp. 179-193, 2022. Crossref,

Today, manufacturing companies are confronted with increasing pressure on prices, lead times and demands of product customization. They need to reinvent their business and industrial operations along the value chains for greater efficiency by exploring advanced technologies such as cyber-physical systems, artificial intelligence, robotics, the Internet of things, big data, cloud computing, etc. Under the current global scenario, the trend towards using these technologies is considered a major factor in the fourth industrial revolution (called industry 4.0). Many organizations are in the transition stage to I4.0 in order to make their processes more collaborative and smarter. Besides that, the new possibilities opened up by these technologies can also increase the efficiency of circular economy and, more specifically, sustainable manufacturing. This is to optimize resources, reduce waste generation, manage returned products, and help factories implement cleaner industrial processes. The present study considers articles focusing on environmental sustainability in the industry 4.0 context. We draw up an analysis of the theoretical background, including related works on sustainability and industry 4.0. The paper also presents sustainable reverse logistics architecture based on multi-agent and expert systems. We have combined the agent paradigm with industry 4.0 to achieve a scalable, efficient, reliable, autonomous, and adaptive system

Sustainable manufacturing, Industry 4.0, Circular economy, Reverse logistics, Multi-agent system.

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