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Tuesday, April 13 • 8:05am - 5:00pm
Augmenting Manufacturing Execution Systems via Human-Machine Interfaces: Integration, Communication, and Automation

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The purpose of this project was to be a stepping stone in my current thesis project I am working on. The goal of my thesis project is to integrate Human-Machine Interfaces, Programmable Logic Controllers, and industrial robotic agents to dynamically communicate and automatically control an industrial process. The integration of a PLC to a work cell was the first step to my project and this allowed me to better grasp networking through the use of setting IP addresses and communication through Ethernet. I was also able to create a IP address list of all the addresses of the devices that can be found on the workbenches in Osburn Halls Automation Lab. This project is also paving a way for students to better understand industrial networking and will be applied to current and future classes.


Robert Kiesel

Applied Engineering and Technology Management (BS)

Tuesday April 13, 2021 8:05am - 5:00pm EDT
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