2016 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to industrial cyber-physical systems
Armando Walter Colombo spends much of his time researching Systems engineering, Service-oriented architecture, Totally integrated automation, Software engineering and System of systems. His Systems engineering research includes elements of Domain, Web service, Engineering management, Component and Implementation. His study in Service-oriented architecture is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Process control, Multi-agent system, Process automation system and Enterprise architecture.
His studies examine the connections between Totally integrated automation and genetics, as well as such issues in Process management, with regards to Collaborative software and Virtualization. His study in the fields of Software deployment under the domain of Software engineering overlaps with other disciplines such as Service. His study looks at the relationship between System of systems and fields such as SCADA, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His primary areas of investigation include Systems engineering, Service-oriented architecture, Software engineering, Petri net and Manufacturing engineering. His Systems engineering research includes themes of Control system, Modular design and Totally integrated automation. Armando Walter Colombo has researched Service-oriented architecture in several fields, including Software architecture, Multi-agent system and Enterprise architecture.
His studies deal with areas such as Factory, Software, Process automation system and Software agent as well as Software engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Process control, Decision support system and Formal specification. His studies in Manufacturing engineering integrate themes in fields like Efficient energy use and Cyber-physical system.
Armando Walter Colombo mostly deals with Cyber-physical system, Engineering management, Industry 4.0, Cloud computing and Data science. Armando Walter Colombo has included themes like Performance indicator, Middleware, Software deployment and Legacy system in his Cyber-physical system study. In his study, Systems engineering is inextricably linked to Flexible manufacturing system, which falls within the broad field of Legacy system.
His Systems engineering research incorporates elements of Control system, Computer engineering, Process automation system, Totally integrated automation and Decentralised system. His research integrates issues of Agile software development and Context model in his study of Engineering management. The study incorporates disciplines such as Event, SCADA and Reliability in addition to Cloud computing.
Armando Walter Colombo mainly focuses on Big data, Cloud computing, Data science, Software engineering and Cyber-physical system. His Big data study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Performance indicator, Decision support system, Semantics, Use case and Data analysis. He interconnects Flexible manufacturing system, Interface and Management system in the investigation of issues within Cloud computing.
His work carried out in the field of Data science brings together such families of science as Application domain, Metadata, Data stream mining and Context model. As part of the same scientific family, Armando Walter Colombo usually focuses on Software engineering, concentrating on Software and intersecting with Reliability, SCADA, Microservices, Event and Process control. His Cyber-physical system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Domain, Computer engineering, Process automation system, Totally integrated automation and Decentralised system.
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Industrial automation based on cyber-physical systems technologies
Paulo Leitão;Armando Walter Colombo;Stamatis Karnouskos.
Computers in Industry (2016)
Smart Agents in Industrial Cyber–Physical Systems
Paulo Leitao;Stamatis Karnouskos;Luis Ribeiro;Jay Lee.
Proceedings of the IEEE (2016)
Industrial Cloud-Based Cyber-Physical Systems: The IMC-AESOP Approach
Armando W. Colombo;Thomas Bangemann;Stamatis Karnouskos;Jerker Delsing.
Industrial Cyberphysical Systems: A Backbone of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Armando W. Colombo;Stamatis Karnouskos;Okyay Kaynak;Yang Shi.
IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine (2017)
An agent-based intelligent control platform for industrial holonic manufacturing systems
A.W. Colombo;R. Schoop;R. Neubert.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2006)
Architecting the next generation of service-based SCADA/DCS system of systems
Stamatis Karnouskos;Armando Walter Colombo.
conference of the industrial electronics society (2011)
Service-Oriented Infrastructure to Support the Deployment of Evolvable Production Systems
G. Candido;A. W. Colombo;J. Barata;F. Jammes.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics (2011)
Towards the Factory of the Future: A Service-oriented Cross-layer Infrastructure
Armando Walter Colombo;Stamatis Karnouskos.
SOA at device level in the industrial domain: Assessment of OPC UA and DPWS specifications
Goncalo Candido;Francois Jammes;Jose Barata de Oliveira;Armando W. Colombo.
international conference on industrial informatics (2010)
SOA in reconfigurable supply chains: A research roadmap
Gonçalo Cíndido;José Barata;Armando Walter Colombo;François Jammes.
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence (2009)
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