Self-optimizing Machine Management
Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Machine Control & Guidance, Bonn, March 09 - 11, 2010
- Datum: March 2010
Today’s machine management systems in off-highway machines are designed to optimize with respect to a target function without integrating the entire machine or considering environmental interactions. For that reason the interdisciplinary project OCOM – “Organic Computing in Off-highway Machines” started in February 2009 to design an architecture for an off-highway machine in order to close that gap. Optimization of fuel consumption is exemplarily chosen even though many other goals are reachable. This paper will introduce the generic architecture; first results will be presented.