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The project is divided into two periods. Phase 1 mainly focuses on centralised production planning, control,
automation and simulation of the production of pharmaceuticals, thus providing an integrated approach to the
algorithm for identifying design defects and manufacturing process failures. The production is mainly produced by
centrally controlled and automated systems. The systems are controlled by a web-based central computer
gate, which is used to collect data from the production lines and to monitor the production process. Preceding
data can be used to resolve problematic production scenarios, thus resulting in the elimination of the
production time in.
The research project will be composed of four phases, which will last for a period of 5 years. Phase 1 lasts from
June 2005 to December 2005, while Phase 2 lasts from January 2006 to August 2006, Phase 3 lasts from October
2006 to September 2007 and Phase 4 lasts from March 2008 to February 2009.
The current research work is focused on the production of the following materials:
Enzymes and peptides
October to December 2005
June to September 2006
Accidents in the Plant
June to September 2006
Damage to Production and Storage Line
June to September 2007
Quality Control Problems
October to November 2007
January to April 2008
Injuries or Illnesses
January to April 2008
In the phase of industrial monitoring, the following section presents the hypothesis and the goals of the project.
1. Guiding Hypothesis: The main aim of the project is to reduce production errors and delays and
to improve the quality of finished products.
2. Goal: The goal of the project is to provide an industrial solution to the problems of pharmaceutical
Simulation of the project is described in the following section.
Control System and System Management
January to August 2006
January to August 2007
Manufacturing of the project will include the following areas:
1. Small to Medium scale production plants: This includes all the production plants that are up to
2.000 Hp with a plant area of about 20,000 m2.
3. Medium to Large scale production plants: This includes all the production plants that are up to