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Original scientific paper

Order logistics for discrete and continual production processes in industry 4.0 conditions

D. Malindžak ; Technical University of Košice, Slovakia
P. Kačmary ; Technical University of Košice, Slovakia
A. Gazda ; Rzeszow University of Technology, Poland
E. Mihalikova ; Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, Slovakia

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The basic goal of the article is to define changes in production logistics and its essential part of order logistics at the transformation of the production system from an automated management system with the participation of first level logistics, managers and machine operators to a fully automated, unattended production system and at the same to define and compare the differences between discrete and continuous-discrete production typical for mining, metallurgical production processes. The solution applied the methodology of comparative analysis of the comparison of current systems of order logistics [1, 2], and its operation in terms of Industry 4.0. There were applied principles of production planning and programming of numerical control (NC) machines and robots and programcontrolled fully automated production processes, especially in the continuous character of processes for the design of a new algorithm of custom logistics [3].


industry 4.0; management; logistic; order; aggregate production planning

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