Innovation and creativity in process control and manufacturing

  • Adalberto Gabriel Diaz Torres
  • Isabel Cristina Gomez Galvis
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Abstract

The industry and manufacturing processes are characterized by a variety of algorithmic methodologies and techniques that describe their function. Therefore; the methodology for teaching automatic processes control for innovating projects, build a profile of the student based on validated evidence of the professional comprehensive training solution, defined in learning skills (Tobón, in Formación basada en competencias, Pensamiento complejo, diseño curricular y didáctica. Bogota, Colombia, 2005) for the structured approach to the problem of controlling processes and workable solution, aimed to apply integration of management actions functional process controls, integrating threads and systemic responses of these.

Keywords

Process control Finite state machines Innovation in automation Process control protocols Machine control 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Adalberto Gabriel Diaz Torres
    • 1
  • Isabel Cristina Gomez Galvis
    • 1
  1. 1.MedellínColombia

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