Decision Support System for Rapid Production Order Planning in Production Network

  • Sebastian SaniukEmail author
  • Anna Saniuk
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 637)


Today the functioning of small and medium enterprises in production networks gives many opportunities for businesses, but also raises some concern and requires solutions to many problems. The process of forming the network of enterprises is dependent on the degree of preparation of these companies to share their resources, the possibility of estimating the related costs and the rapid planning jointly implemented projects. The aim of the article is to present a prototype decision support system for rapid production order planning in production network. The proposed tool can be helpful in the development of the concept of Industry 4.0. In particular, the article is presented the way the selection of partners to the network and load the productive resources to the needs of the timely implementation of the new order. The proposed approach and its computer implementation allow the permissible variations of network in condition of cost, resource and logistics system constraints to be determined.


Production planning and scheduling Production network Rapid order planning 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of Zielona GoraZielona GóraPoland

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