MAS 2012 Proceeding

Autonomous control in event logistics

Authors:   Florian Harjes, Bernd Scholz-Reiter


The conflict between economic interests and order- related requirements complicates the scheduling and control of orders in the field of event logistics. Often, dynamic influences, such as rush orders, thefts or damage to material and equipment, require an adaptive replanning of events, resources and transport routes. In these cases, it is very difficult to determine the optimal trade-off between the utilization of transport devices, the adherence to due dates and customer wishes. This paper introduces a concept for the implementation of autonomous control in event logistics. At this, the focus lays on the three key aspects of autonomously controlled systems; the modelling process, the object representation and the structuring of the communication processes. A use case illustrates the starting points of the implementation.

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