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Intelligent Control Interfaces Using Extenics Multidimensional Theory Applied on VIPRO Platforms for Developing the IT INDUSTRY 4.0 Concept

Vladareanu, Luige; Vladareanu, Victor; Yu, Hongnian; Mitroi, Daniel; Cioc�rlan, Alexandra-Catalina


Luige Vladareanu

Victor Vladareanu

Daniel Mitroi

Alexandra-Catalina Cioc�rlan


The paper presents new concepts and approaches to achieving intelligent control interfaces for solving contradictory problems using Extenics multidimensional theory applied on VIPRO Versatile Intelligent Portable Platforms. VIPRO platform enables developing the IT Industry 4.0 concept through the design, testing and experimentation of new intelligent control interfaces on a classical mechatronic control system without the need to modify its hardware structure, and, from optimal decisions and information fusion between the intelligent control interfaces, resulting in a high degree of versatility and portability to a global communications network. The Cyber-Physical Systems as like a VIPRO Platform’s component, developed through advanced intelligent control interfaces integrate the dynamics of the physical processes with those of the software and networking, providing a powerful environment for modeling, design, and analysis techniques for an integrated whole IT Industry. The portability characteristics results allow test and improve the motion performance of the mechatronic system, and furthermore implement the intelligent control and decision interfaces on their own control system, applying Industry 4.0 components: cognitive computing including intelligence and signal processing, cyber-physical systems, internet of things and cloud computing, exemplified on an Extenics multidimensional control intelligent interfaces.

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date Nov 29, 2019
Online Publication Date Dec 25, 2019
Publication Date 2019
Deposit Date Jun 22, 2022
Journal IFAC-PapersOnLine
Print ISSN 2405-8963
Publisher Elsevier
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 52
Issue 13
Pages 922-927
Keywords optimization, control, decision support system, Industry 4.0, robotics, intelligent control interfaces, real time control systems, contradictory problems
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