Overview
Monitoring
Simulation
Optimization
Welcome to the BaMa- Demonstrator
Its purpose is to illustrate the fundamental aspects of BaMa, which is a research project aimed at monitoring, predicting and optimizing energy and resource demands of manufacturing companies. Live data from the demonstration factory of the University for Technology Vienna serves as the basis for analysis and visualization of energy flows.
Cubing (identification, analysis and description)
of the most important parts of a given factory in respect to the BaMa- Method allows for a structured and clear visualization of the abundance of data. The proposed approaches gives insight not only in the energy demand of individual machines, but also about their interactions.
EMCO MaxxTurn
EMCO MaxxMill
IGM RTE
Compressor
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Compressor
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Machine
For a production planner, the task is to distribute orders to the available machines so that the time delay for each order is minimal. In addition, the resource demand should be as low as possible. Using simulation, both criteria can be predicted for different planning options. Using this prediction, the plan can be adapted and manually optimized.

Drag jobs on the right onto machine queues.

How to distribute orders and adjust timing:

The panel on the right holds a list of orders. Each order shows the amount that has been requested, and the amount of time after which it should ideally be finished.

Click and drag the yellow indicator to one of the machines to assign it. By default, each order will be worked on as soon as possible. To delay the order, click the number field of an order and add a delay in hours.

In the previous step, optimization could be done manually based on the intuition of the planner. Using optimization algorithms, this process is improved so that several simulations are carried out automatically and evaluated based on a target function provided by the user. This enables planners to react faster to changing orders and management priorities.

Drag jobs on the right onto machine queues.