Damien Trentesaux

Damien Trentesaux
Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France | UPHF · Laboratoire d’Automatique, de Mécanique et d’Informatique Industrielles et Humaines (LAMIH UMR CNRS 8201)

PhD, INP Grenoble, 1996

About

367
Publications
99,506
Reads
How we measure 'reads'
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Learn more
6,053
Citations
Citations since 2016
180 Research Items
4467 Citations
20162017201820192020202120220200400600800
20162017201820192020202120220200400600800
20162017201820192020202120220200400600800
20162017201820192020202120220200400600800
Introduction
Damien Trentesaux works in control, scheduling, supervision and maintenance of complex discrete-event systems. Several autonomous learning entities (holons, agents, intelligent products, physical agents, digital twins, etc.) cooperate with humans or coordinate themselves within a cyber-physical system (CPS) or a fleet of CPS to reach a given global goal, paying a special attention to sustainability, ethics and energy. Application: manufacturing, transportation, logistics, ...
Additional affiliations
January 2015 - March 2020
Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France
Position
  • Pr.
Description
  • deputy director of the LAMIH lab.
Education
September 1992 - January 1996
Grenoble Institute of Technology
Field of study
  • automatic control, production control

Publications

Publications (367)
Article
Full-text available
In the context of supply chain sustainability, Physical Internet (PI or π ) was presented as an innovative concept to create a global sustainable logistics system. One of the main components of the Physical Internet paradigm consists in encapsulating products in modular and standardized PI-containers able to move via PI-nodes (such as PI-hubs) usin...
Article
Full-text available
A systematic review of the literature is presented related to the usage of blockchain technology (BCT) for cyber-threats in the context of Industry 4.0. BCT plays a crucial role in creating smart factories and it is recognized as a core technology that triggers a disruptive revolution in Industry 4.0. Beyond security, authentication, asset tracking...
Article
Full-text available
This paper addresses the engineering of the ethical behaviors of autonomous industrial cyber-physical human systems in the context of Industry 4.0. An ethical controller is proposed to be embedded into these autonomous systems, to enable their successful integration in the society and its norms. This proposed controller that integrates machine ethi...
Article
Full-text available
Currently, enhancing sustainability, and in particular reducing energy consumption, is a huge challenge for manufacturing enterprises. The vision of the fourth industrial revolution (so-called “industry 4.0”) is not only to optimize production and minimize costs, but also to reduce energy consumption and enhance product life-cycle management. To ad...
Article
Full-text available
Improving the availability and reliability of a fleet of mobile cyber–physical systems as well as the ability to adapt the maintenance planning decisions when facing unexpected events at the fleet level is a major stake faced by the manufacturers and the operators. In the context of this study, the authors propose a reactive multi-agent system mode...
Article
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are the backbone of economies and are recognized as an engine of sustainable economic development in developed and developing countries. Nonetheless, SMEs still face many challenges due to market globalization and escalating competition. Thanks to its salient features, blockchain is a promising technology t...
Article
Industrial performance management can be seen as a decision-making process that aims to ensure the performance, results, and utilization of resources towards the achievement of a set of pre-settled objectives. Essentially, this model assumes that the objectives and allocated resources are related to the cost, quality, and delivery criteria under ef...
Conference Paper
This paper focuses on the analyses and evolution of the representation of the human operator within manufacturing production systems. This exploratory study reviews the scientific literature for examining the human representation in a phys- ical and virtual level, the interaction of human with components of the manufac- turing system, the human’s i...
Conference Paper
Driven by innovations in production techniques and tools, factories are becoming more and more flexible. In addition, the growth of technologies such as the Industrial Internet of Things is making production systems holding more and more decisional nodes and entities. Thus, one of the key activities of production management is the efficient schedul...
Chapter
Industrial organizations have been in constant evolution for several centuries, and are regularly undergoing profound upheavals, linked as much to technological perspectives as to societal implications. A basic cyber‐physical system (CPS) uses its cyber part to evaluate and eventually evolve the control system, notably through simulation techniques...
Book
Industrial cyber-physical systems operate simultaneously in the physical and digital worlds of business and are now a cornerstone of the fourth industrial revolution. Increasingly, these systems are becoming the way forward for academics and industrialists alike. The very essence of these systems, however, is often misunderstood or misinterpreted....
Chapter
This chapter deals with the impact of industrial cyber‐physical systems (ICPS) on transportation systems, such as rail and road, and the way the performance of these transportation systems can be improved using ICPS. Regardless of the transportation mode, the sector is characterized by push–pull forces and complexity factors, which drive the evolut...
Chapter
This chapter presents a study of existing holonic architectures in order to identify the contributions of this type of control architecture to industrial cyber‐physical systems (ICPS). First, their historical characteristics are presented, and demonstrate an interesting performance in the physical part of ICPS. The chapter then presents the evoluti...
Article
Full-text available
In this paper, a layered architecture incorporating Blockchain technology (BCT) and Machine Learning (ML) is proposed in the context of the Industrial Internet-of-Things (IIoT) for smart manufacturing applications. The proposed architecture is composed of five layers covering sensing, network/protocol, transport enforced with BCT components, applic...
Article
Full-text available
Cross-docking is a common logistics practice applied in transit platforms to synchronize inbound and outbound vehicles in order to avoid keeping in-between storage. The practice plays a critical role to accelerate transportation flows. In this paper, we focus on Physical Internet (PI or π-) cross-docks and discuss how this concept changes the curre...
Article
Full-text available
This paper presents the design and application of an efficient hybrid algorithm for solving the Optimal Reactive Power Flow (ORPF) problem. The ORPF is formulated as a nonlinear constrained optimization problem where the active power losses must be minimized. The proposed approach is based on the hybridization of Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) a...
Article
Full-text available
One objective of Industry 4.0 is to reach a better system performance as well as to have a better consideration of humans. This would be done by benefiting from knowledge and experience of humans, and balancing in a reactive way some complex or complicated tasks with intelligent systems. Several studies already dealt with such an objective, but few...
Article
Full-text available
In job-shop manufacturing systems, an efficient production schedule acts to reduce unnecessary costs and better manage resources. For the same purposes, modern manufacturing cells, in compliance with industry 4.0 concepts, use material handling systems in order to allow more control on the transport tasks. In this paper, a job-shop scheduling probl...
Article
The development of future Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems is highly connected to the need for Digital Twins. Integrating machines and information systems in such twins is a difficult task, but the integration of human operators usually constitutes an even harder challenge. However, this challenge is generally seen as a sum of technical or scienti...
Research Proposal
Full-text available
https://sohoma2021.sciencesconf.org/ It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the 11th International Workshop on Service Oriented, Holonic and Multi-Agent Manufacturing Systems for Industry of the Future - SOHOMA’21, organized by the Arts et Metiers Institute of Technology of Cluny (https://artsetmetiers.fr/en/campus/cluny) in collaborati...
Article
Full-text available
Humans are currently experiencing the fourth industrial revolution called Industry 4.0. This revolution came about with the arrival of new technologies that promise to change the way humans work and interact with each other and with machines. It aims to improve the cooperation between humans and machines for mutual enrichment. This would be done by...
Article
Full-text available
The flexibility claimed by the next generation production systems induces a deep modification of the behaviour and the core itself of the control systems. Over-connectivity and data management abilities targeted by Industry 4.0 paradigm enable the emergence of more flexible and reactive control systems, based on the cooperation of autonomous and co...
Article
Full-text available
The competitiveness of modern companies depends today on the ability to implement digitised technologies into production processes in human-friendly ways. The aim of this paper is to analyse ethical aspects of human-cobot cooperation in industrial production and to design a process standard aimed at ensuring an ethically stable cooperative workplac...
Data
40 dynamic scenario instances used for the SOHOMA’21 conference paper “Toward efficient FMS scheduling rules combination using optimization-simulation mechanism”.
Article
Full-text available
This article addresses the issue of the industrial performance model and its evolution to cope with the context of Industry 4.0. With its digitalisation, intelligent/autonomous systems and wealth of data, Industry 4.0 offers opportunities that can achieve objectives better. It also presents risks and uncertainties that question the autonomy of the...
Chapter
Designing and using cyber-physical systems integrating humans put ethics at stakes. Meanwhile, even if works are done to assess the life-cycle of these systems and the technologies used to develop them, ensuring the ethics of cyber-physical and human systems remains insufficiently studied. The objective of this paper is to suggest a guideline to en...
Article
Full-text available
Dynamic scheduling of manufacturing systems is encountered in many real-world industries such as the food and pharmaceutical industries. The scheduling of these systems must not only be efficient but also reactive to cope with dynamic job arrivals and machine breakdowns. Over the last decade, products within Product-Driven Control Systems (PDCS) ha...
Presentation
Full-text available
De nombreux chercheurs en génie industriel inscrivent leurs travaux dans la définition du système de production « 4.0 » et l’amélioration de sa performance via sa transformation digitale. Ils travaillent par exemple sur l’augmentation technologique des capacités des opérateurs, sur le développement de systèmes cobotiques, sur le suivi personnalisé...
Conference Paper
Full-text available
Cet article traite de la performance industrielle et de l'enrichissement de son triangle (efficience, efficacité, effectivité) en vue d'y intégrer la dimension éthique. L'apport de l'éthique à la performance est discuté dans le contexte actuel de l'Industrie 4.0 qui, de par la numérisation des activités de production, le développement de Systèmes A...
Conference Paper
Full-text available
L’éthique, concept philosophique, prend de plus en plus d’importance dans le monde de la recherche scientifique. Dans le domaine de l’ingénierie des systèmes, si on s’y intéresse, il est nécessaire de pouvoir le traduire en termes opérationnels afin de le rendre utilisable par des ingénieurs et chercheurs. L’éthique opérationnelle / éthique appliqu...
Presentation
Full-text available
This presentation describes the activities carried out within my research team and in collaboration with several researchers (national and international scale). They are related to the field of design of "non-centralized" control architectures. The core of our activity is based on a basic postulate which is the definition of control architectures c...
Article
Full-text available
This editorial introduces this Special Issue on advances in research on digital interoperability and trans-formation in logistics and supply chain management. Eleven high-quality and original research works from both researchers and practitioners in the area have been selected to compose this Special Issue.This editorial first introduces the scient...
Article
Manufacturers more and more need to customize their products to respond to customer demand and differentiate from competitors. The present paper deals with key questions related to the implementation of production control systems in a high product mix and/or high routing mix environment generated by product customization. ConWip (CONstant Work In P...
Article
Full-text available
Interoperability is playing an increasing role for today's logistics and supply chain management (LSCM) because of the trends of cooperation or coopetition. Especially, digital interoperability concerning data or information exchange becomes a key enabler for the next evolutions that will massively rely upon digitalization, artificial intelligence,...
Chapter
The SOHOMA Workshop series on Service Orientation in Holonic and Multi-Agent Manufacturing is a set of events aiming at fostering innovative research and practices in smart and sustainable manufacturing and logistics systems. The SOHOMA scientific community promotes the development of theories, methods, solutions, proof of concepts and implementati...
Chapter
This study deals with ethical aspects of decision-making in the context of future industrial systems such as depicted by the Industry 4.0 principles. These systems involve a great number of interacting elements, with more or less autonomy. In this sense, ethics may become an important mean to ensure a long-term viable joint integration of humans an...
Chapter
Cross-docking terminals or hubs are used by many logistics distribution companies and play a critical role in the performance of the global supply chain. Recent studies on Physical Internet cross-docking hubs (PI-hubs) have shown promising results for optimization problems in different structures such as Road-Road, Rail-Road and Road-Rail PI-hubs....
Chapter
The objective of this paper is to discuss issues and insights relevant to the ethical behaviour of future autonomous intelligent system merged in the human society. This discussion is done at the frontier of three domains: science, as the mean to imagine and design innovative technological solutions in the field of autonomous artificial systems; la...
Chapter
The aim of this paper is to study to what extent the current state-of-the-art in human-machine cooperation can be applied or adapted in the emerging context in Industry 4.0 where the “machines” are autonomous cyber-physical systems with whom the cooperation is done. A review of 20 papers has been realized. A discussion is made, pointing out the adv...
Chapter
Supply chains are complex systems and stochastic in nature. Nowadays, logistics organizations are expected to be efficient, effective, and responsive while respecting other objectives such as sustainability and resilience. In this work, a multi-agent model is proposed for the multi-plant multi-product supply chain network that supports an open netw...
Chapter
The research community is producing a tremendous amount of works with the sole purpose to prepare for the next industrial revolution. In the context of the development of cyber-physical systems to production systems, a variety of technologies and architectures integrating humans and machines are studied. Results are evaluated using platforms to ide...
Book
The scientific theme of the book concerns “Manufacturing as a Service (MaaS)” which is developed in a layered cloud networked manufacturing perspective, from the shop floor resource sharing model to the virtual enterprise collaborative model, by distributing the cost of the manufacturing infrastructure - equipment, software, maintenance, networking...
Data
This folder contains the 24 dynamic scenario instances used for the paper "Dynamic Scheduling of manufacturing systems: a product-driven approach using hyper-heuristics". The files are in csv format. These files are used to describe the dynamic events in discrete-event simulations of a manufacturing system with both dynamic job arrivals and breakdo...
Book
This book approaches its subject matter by promoting concepts, methods and solutions for the digital transformation of manufacturing through service orientation in holonic and agent-based control with distributed intelligence. The scientific theme of the book concerns “Manufacturing as a Service”, developed by virtualizing and encapsulating manufac...
Article
Aiming towards a sustainable supply chain, Physical Internet (PI) has been presented as a global logistics network with standardized PI-containers. PI-nodes, and more specifically PI-hubs, are one of the key elements of the Physical Internet concept. This paper focuses on optimising operations in the Road-Road PI-hub, which was not addressed in the...
Article
Cross-docking is a logistics process in which products are unloaded through receiving docks and then transferred to shipping docks with almost no storage in between. In this paper, a mixed integer linear programming model (MILP) is proposed to optimise the scheduling, storage, assignment and sequencing of trucks at receiving and shipping docks for...
Presentation
Full-text available
une discussion sur la relation entre éthique et performance industrielle
Presentation
Full-text available
Cette présentation décrit les principaux concepts développés dans l'équipe autour des architectures de pilotage "non centralisées", c'est à dire composées d'entités décisionnelles hiérarchisées, distribuées ou décentralisées qui inter-agissent au sein d'une architecture afin de réaliser un ensemble d'activités soit de manière prévisionnelle, soit d...
Article
Full-text available
The industry 4.0 concepts are moving towards flexible and energy efficient factories. Major flexible production lines use battery-based automated guided vehicles (AGVs) to optimize their handling processes. However, optimal AGV battery management can significantly shorten lead times. In this paper, we address the scheduling problem in an AGV-based...
Conference Paper
Full-text available
Production systems contain advanced automated processes, and humans are involved in activities, such as monitoring, managing and/or operating, to ensure the right functioning of these systems. The challenge for industries is to develop human-centred scheduling systems that orchestrate the interaction between human and machines devices considering b...
Chapter
Full-text available
Nous nous proposons dans ce chapitre de nous intéresser aux aspects éthiques, et plus particulièrement, au comportement éthique de ces robots intelligents (dans le monde scientifique, un terme en anglais est utilisé, celui de machine ethics). Notre étude est menée dans le cadre d’une analyse à la frontière entre les aspects scientifiques et ceux re...
Conference Paper
Industry 4.0 provokes a shift in the way production systems are designed and used that raises ethical questions. This shift stems from several features relevant to Industry 4.0, specifically the increase of the importance of the digital world and the fostering of the development of more autonomous and intelligent systems that will interact and inte...
Book
Full-text available
Ce qui était dans les années 1940 pure science-fiction (le cerveau « positronique » et les trois premières « lois de la robotique » dans les récits d'Isaac Asimov) a acquis au fil des avancées de la recherche et de la technologie une réalité. Même si, en 2019, les humains technologiquement augmentés, les robots humanoïdes, les intelligences artific...
Research Proposal
Full-text available
https://sohoma2020.sciencesconf.org/ The main objective of SOHOMA Workshops is to foster innovation in smart and sustainable manufacturing and logistics systems and in this context to promote concepts, methods and solutions for the digital transformation of manufacturing through service orientation in holonic and agent-based control with distribut...
Presentation
Full-text available
The arrival of autonomous intelligent systems (eg., CPS) evolving in an open, uncontrolled environment that will interact with humans throughout their life cycle, and especially during their use leads to a new kind of issue related to the study of their possible ethical or non ethical behavior. This presentation aims to raise the awareness of resea...
Chapter
Researchers and industrialists are working to propose user centric transportation services based on the development of autonomous systems. This paper deals with the evolution of human-machine cooperation processes within such a context. The concept of peer-to-peer cooperation is proposed. Contrarily to classical approaches, the suggested approach c...
Preprint
Full-text available
The flexibility claimed by the next generation production systems induces a deep modification of the behaviour and the core itself of the control systems. Over-connectivity and data management abilities targeted by Industry 4.0 paradigm enable the emergence of more flexible and reactive control systems, based on the cooperation of autonomous and co...
Chapter
Full-text available
Industry 4.0 fosters the development of more autonomous and intelligent cyber-physical systems that interact with humans in open environments. While the technical aspects are heavily researched, the same does not hold for the accompanying ethical issues that are relevant for the design, development, operation, and maintenance of such systems. In en...
Chapter
The fourth industrial revolution features smart and connected technologies that improve significantly business operations. Certainly, there is an increase of efficiency and productivity of smart factories due to the implementation of these innovative technologies. Nevertheless, this new industrial model threatened the need of human operators, as th...
Article
Industry 4.0 provokes a shift in the way production systems are designed and used that raises ethical questions. This shift stems from several features relevant to Industry 4.0, specifically the increase of the importance of the digital world and the fostering of the development of more autonomous and intelligent systems that will interact and inte...
Article
Although Cyber Physical Systems are widely implemented in many areas, model architecture for Human and CPS remains insufficiently studied. In this paper, a generic model is proposed to describe the architecture of a Cyber-Physical & Human System. This model deals respectively with the cognitive levels of the decisional process, the nature of the in...