Unexpected production demands raised by changing market conditions, late deliveries by suppliers, equipment break downs etc. necessitate a quick response to manufacture goods successfully. The function of real-time production control is to adapt the production system to the changing environment, while preserving efficiency with respect to cost, time and quality requirements.
The following four principles need to be implemented to make real-time production come true:
The eLearning Department of the Institute for Computer Science and Control, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA SZTAKI) has created a new service to present, virtually walk around and interactively explore real spaces and special environments. High-resolution, real 3D and 360° spherical panorama pictures are taken of the target spaces (to be explored).