Concepts for the use of knowledge-based engineering in intralogistics system planning

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Abstract

The planning process of intralogistics systems is characterised by a complex set of interdependencies of various conditions and specifications to be fulfilled. Within the planning process a huge source of existing knowledge in the form of various 3D-CAD machinery designs or information found within PDM-systems is only used sparingly. The newly developed knowledge-based engineering methodology to be shown states concepts for the formalization, enrichment and use of this existing knowledge in order to assist in intralogistics system planning and thus increasing its efficiency.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMHCL 2019
Subtitle of host publicationXXIII International Conference on "Material Handling, Construction and Logistics"
PublisherFaculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade University
Pages235-238
Number of pages4
ISBN (Print)978-86-6060-020-4
Publication statusPublished - 18 Sep 2019
EventXXIII International Conference on Material Handling, Contructions and Logistics - Wien, Wien, Austria
Duration: 18 Sep 201920 Sep 2019
Conference number: 23
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ConferenceXXIII International Conference on Material Handling, Contructions and Logistics
Abbreviated titleMHCL 2019
CountryAustria
CityWien
Period18/09/1920/09/19
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    Ortner-Pichler, A., & Landschützer, C. (2019). Concepts for the use of knowledge-based engineering in intralogistics system planning. In MHCL 2019: XXIII International Conference on "Material Handling, Construction and Logistics" (pp. 235-238). Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade University.

    Concepts for the use of knowledge-based engineering in intralogistics system planning. / Ortner-Pichler, Alexander; Landschützer, Christian.

    MHCL 2019: XXIII International Conference on "Material Handling, Construction and Logistics". Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade University, 2019. p. 235-238.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionResearchpeer-review

    Ortner-Pichler, A & Landschützer, C 2019, Concepts for the use of knowledge-based engineering in intralogistics system planning. in MHCL 2019: XXIII International Conference on "Material Handling, Construction and Logistics". Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade University, pp. 235-238, XXIII International Conference on Material Handling, Contructions and Logistics, Wien, Austria, 18/09/19.
    Ortner-Pichler A, Landschützer C. Concepts for the use of knowledge-based engineering in intralogistics system planning. In MHCL 2019: XXIII International Conference on "Material Handling, Construction and Logistics". Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade University. 2019. p. 235-238
    Ortner-Pichler, Alexander ; Landschützer, Christian. / Concepts for the use of knowledge-based engineering in intralogistics system planning. MHCL 2019: XXIII International Conference on "Material Handling, Construction and Logistics". Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade University, 2019. pp. 235-238
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