Towards Coordinating Machines and Operators in Industry 5.0 through the Web of Things

2024 IEEE 21ST CONSUMER COMMUNICATIONS & NETWORKING CONFERENCE, CCNC(2024)

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This paper proposes a groundbreaking architecture that reimagines Industry 5.0, emphasizing human-centric technological integration via the Web of Things (WoT) standard. Our approach innovatively digitizes human operators and machinery, creating a responsive industrial ecosystem attentive to real-time human conditions. Central to this is the Operator Thing (OT), a digital replica representing the human operator's status and needs. This system not only recognizes operator stress and discomfort but intelligently adjusts, ensuring optimal human-machine synergy. Our methodology extends to redefining operational parameters and tasks in response to human states, balancing well-being with production efficiency. The ultimate goal is a transformative, adaptive, and empathetic Industry 5.0 environment, validated through rigorous interdisciplinary evaluation.
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Industrial Operations,Web Of Things,Intelligence,Performance Parameters,Human Condition,Operation State,Real-time Conditions,Human Operator,Stress Levels,Learning Algorithms,Industrial Applications,Burnout,Automatic System,Internet Of Things,Emotional Well-being,Job Stress,Operational Performance,Levels Of Fatigue,Mental Fatigue,Operant Behavior,Human-in-the-loop,Interoperability,Cyber-physical Systems,Digital Representation,Control Room,Semantic Model,Coordinate Algorithm,Work-related Well-being,Industrial Revolution
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