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Towards resilient Factories of Future - Defining required capabilities for a resilient Factory of Future

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Die Digitalisierung und fortschreitende Implementierung neuer Techniken für die Factory of the Future (FoF) bringen neue Möglichkeiten aber auch neue Bedrohungen mit sich, die be-achtet werden müssen um die Optimierung der Produktion und die Bedürfnisse von Safety, Security und Resilienz zusammenzuführen. Das Projekt CyberFactory#1 adressiert diese Anforderungen in einem Framework möglicher Fähigkeiten für resiliente FoF Umgebungen. Um diese Fähigkeiten näher zu definieren wurde ein Ansatz basierend auf Use-Cases und Misuse-Cases gewählt, um Anforderungen und ein Implementierungsplanung ermitteln zu können. Abstract Ongoing digitalization and implementation of new techniques for the Factory of Future (FoF) brings up new opportunities as well new threats that must be concerned to conciliate optimization of the supply and manufacturing chain with the need for security, safety and resilience. The CyberFactory#1 project addresses these needs by providing a framework of possible capabilities for resilient FoF environments. To further define these capabilities an approach was used to define requirements and implementation planning based on Use-Cases and Misuse-Cases to enable the development of needed capabilities for resilient FoF.

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