|Title:||Integration of resilience into a traditional production planning and control system||Language:||English||Authors:||Hladky, Robert||Qualification level:||Diploma||Advisor:||Schwaiger, Walter||Issue Date:||2017||Number of Pages:||84||Qualification level:||Diploma||Abstract:||
Production Planning and Control Systems aim to achieve an optimum of efficiency and flexibility in all processes to cope with the requirements a modern production faces. Events that lead to deviations from actual production to planned are considered to have negative consequences on the achievement of operational objectives. To manage the probability and severity of such turbulences, a system can be optimized regard its resilience. Resilience is the capability of a system to avoid and endure a disturbance as long as possible and recover quickly afterwards. The goal of this master´s thesis is to develop a framework for the integration of resilience into traditional production planning and control systems. The framework has to guide the reader thru the theoretical context of production planning and control systems, risk and resilience management, control systems as well as the creation and integration of resilience in an existing system. The methodology applied to create such a framework is design science research. After the identification of the research problem and the motivation to solve such, the objectives of a solution are defined. The design and development of an artifact that is applicable to solve the research problem is the main contribution to current research knowledge. By applying the methodology of design science research, a framework for the integration of resilience into a traditional production planning and control system was designed, created and demonstrated. The objectives and requirements for such a framework and the concluding characteristics of a system after applying it are met as defined in the scope and problem statement.
|Keywords:||Resilience; Production Planning and Control; Integration of Resilience; DSRM; PPC||URI:||https://resolver.obvsg.at/urn:nbn:at:at-ubtuw:1-104090
|Library ID:||AC14489695||Organisation:||E017 - Continuing Education Center||Publication Type:||Thesis
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