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The Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing was established 30 years ago with four issues published in 1990. The number of issues has gradually increased to eight per year. The journal was designed to implement a vision of symbiotic relationship between artificial intelligence and manufacturing. Back in the 1980th, I realized that artificial intelligence will have a meaningful impact on manufacturing. The fact that robots then begun to be equipped with sensors (e.g., allowing to respond to simple voice commands) have resonated well with the notion of manufacturing becoming intelligent. Though initially the role of data in manufacturing was not apparent, knowledge-based systems offered a taste of autonomy in decision-making. The emergence of data science has offered a great addition to the soft side of manufacturing. Experts begun applying machine-learning algorithms to generate models and knowledge rather than serve as a source of knowledge captured in rule-based systems. The models derived from data could be tested and their accuracy controlled by the data.
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The century and a half that followed the industrial revolution has been marked with the evolution of manufacturing. Modern era manufacturing has its roots in the past half century. The progress in computer and manufacturing technology has advanced automation. Nowadays, machines are controlled by software systems rather than run by human operators. Materials and components are moved by autonomous material handling systems and stored in automated storage and retrieval systems. Drones on the verge of entering supply chains. Machine learning is making a remarkable impact on decision-making. New algorithms (e.g., deep learning, extreme learning) are researched in support of big-data applications. Depending on the scope and degree of automation and integration of manufacturing processes, different names have been used in the past three decades to describe manufacturing, ranging from flexible cells and flexible manufacturing systems to computer-integrated and intelligent manufacturing. The last term was coined around 1990 and marked with the establishment of this journal and publication of the textbook, Intelligent Manufacturing Systems (Kusiak 1990). In 1995, the Intelligent Manufacturing System (IMS) Program was launched in Japan. Back then, it was realized that the industry of one country alone could not reshape all aspects of manufacturing, rather a coordinated effort of industrialized countries was needed. Major industrial corporations from Japan, United States, Korea, and Europe have initiated collaborative efforts shaping modern manufacturing, with Japan contributing the largest number of actively-participating industries. In the United States, with a strong industrial presence of Japanese companies, the IMS research activities have centered in the Next Generation Manufacturing Systems Program, which was established as a non-profit entity. In later years, the Intelligent Manufacturing Program was expanded, with the European Union establishing its own research program in intelligent manufacturing.
The recent years have witnessed a renaissance of manufacturing. Corporations, regions, and countries explore different ideas promoting manufacturing. There is a propensity of manufacturing initiatives varying in the scope and impact. Various names have been attached to these initiatives, including Industry 4.0, the Factory of the Future, Made in China 2015, digital manufacturing, intelligent manufacturing, and smart manufacturing. These undertakings may have different priorities, however, all subscribe to the same goal of transforming manufacturing by utilizing the best technologies. The diversity of these technologies has no precedence in the history, and therefore the anticipated benefits may exceed those versed in traditional thinking.
Published in eight issues per year, the Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing provides a unique international forum for developers of intelligent manufacturing systems. By publishing quality refereed papers on the application of artificial intelligence in manufacturing, the Journal provides a vital link between the research community and practitioners in industry.
In addition to research papers, the Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing features articles on new models, solutions, methodologies and algorithms, case studies, surveys, and tutorials on topics related to product development, manufacturing, and service systems. Papers in emerging areas such as additive manufacturing, digital manufacturing, cyber-physical solutions, modern supply and distribution chains, cloud applications, and deep-learning are welcome. Periodically special issues on topics of interest to the readership are published.
Adopt strategies. Smart manufacturing systems must evolve as information is gathered. At first, sensors would monitor the states of existing equipment. As new needs for quality and efficiency emerge, more sensors can be added to follow the most useful parameters. The semiconductor industry, for example, has improved the quality of its wafers by tracking and adjusting its process settings.
Lessons can be learned from precedents set in the 1990s2. Progress in intelligent manufacturing was limited by several factors, including the inability to see the value of large-scale international collaboration, lack of governmental endorsement, and different management styles of corporations across the globe. In 1995, Japan launched its Intelligent Manufacturing System to connect major national manufacturing industries and universities with global partners. The US government did not endorse the collaborations. Meanwhile, a consortium of US companies established the Next Generation Manufacturing Systems programme, which linked with Japan's iniative and others in Asia and Europe. Trust, will, conviction and policies are now needed for similar endeavours to succeed. 350c69d7ab