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A new holistic approach for digital and virtual manufacturing

Anderl, Reiner and Rezaei, Majid and Pfouga Bopoungo, Alain Joseph (2005):
A new holistic approach for digital and virtual manufacturing.
In: International PACE Forum Digital Manufacturing, Darmstadt, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

The holistic management of information today is an appropriate foundation to successfully provide qualitative and market-oriented products. With regard to modern factories, the analysis and evaluation of the manufacturing process chain require a connection to all relevant operational units of the horizontal and vertical phases1. The actual situation in factory planning is characterized by a high degree of incompatibility between teams, disciplines and systems. In particular, the system-spreading data processing is more difficult due to incompatibilities in the mapping of formats and models. The prevailing deficits in factory planning can be reduced with the definition of harmonized specifications and the coupling of relevant data sources. The approach of 'factory data management' that is hereon described, aims at providing a solution to avoid these problems by efficiently harmonizing the factory data. It covers the development of an open IT environment that will bind different data processing systems in the surrounding field of the factory planning, while taking available standards into account, in order to be able to understand a factory in the past, as it is and also as it could be in the future.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2005
Creators: Anderl, Reiner and Rezaei, Majid and Pfouga Bopoungo, Alain Joseph
Title: A new holistic approach for digital and virtual manufacturing
Language: English
Abstract:

The holistic management of information today is an appropriate foundation to successfully provide qualitative and market-oriented products. With regard to modern factories, the analysis and evaluation of the manufacturing process chain require a connection to all relevant operational units of the horizontal and vertical phases1. The actual situation in factory planning is characterized by a high degree of incompatibility between teams, disciplines and systems. In particular, the system-spreading data processing is more difficult due to incompatibilities in the mapping of formats and models. The prevailing deficits in factory planning can be reduced with the definition of harmonized specifications and the coupling of relevant data sources. The approach of 'factory data management' that is hereon described, aims at providing a solution to avoid these problems by efficiently harmonizing the factory data. It covers the development of an open IT environment that will bind different data processing systems in the surrounding field of the factory planning, while taking available standards into account, in order to be able to understand a factory in the past, as it is and also as it could be in the future.

Title of Book: International PACE Forum Digital Manufacturing
Place of Publication: Darmstadt
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Department of Computer Integrated Design (DiK)
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
Date Deposited: 20 Nov 2008 08:21
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