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Human Fatigue Aware Cyber-Physical Production System

Abstract : Production systems contain advanced automated processes, and humans are involved in activities, such as monitoring, managing and/or operating, to ensure the right functioning of these systems. The challenge for industries is to develop human-centred scheduling systems that orchestrate the interaction between human and machines devices considering both operations productivity and human well-being. In this paper, a cyber-physical production system integrating a smart station is proposed to dynamically change the schedule of tasks to human operators, regarding the cognitive fatigue level during execution. The smart station consists in a human operator connected to a galvanometer that tracks electric currents on his skin coupled to a virtual holon that seeks the human well-being minimising his cognitive fatigue estimated from the tracking of the current. This Holon is also in charge of the modification of the scheduling through the adaption of the workload. A real experiment has been conducted to validate the contribution of the proposed approach and the results demonstrate significant mitigation of human wellbeing degradation in term of cognitive fatigue.
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Yenny Paredes-Astudillo, Diego Moreno, Ana-Maria Vargas, Maria-Alejandra Angel, Sergio Perez, et al.. Human Fatigue Aware Cyber-Physical Production System. 2020 IEEE International Conference on Human-Machine Systems (ICHMS), Sep 2020, Rome, Italy. pp.1-6, ⟨10.1109/ICHMS49158.2020.9209366⟩. ⟨hal-03405324⟩

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