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Digital Organizations Manufacturing

Author : Maryse Carmès
ISBN : 9781848219076
Genre : Computers
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In what sort of assemblages, the strategies and digital policies in organization are made? Beyond digital mantras and management slogans/fictions, what is the concrete factory of information management system? What are the parts of the human and no human actors? Is it possible to create a new approach to understand how work change (or not), to explore the potential for a social and cognitive innovation way, considering simultaneously the increase of Data Management and the organizational analytics?
Category: Computers

E Manufacturing And E Service Strategies In Contemporary Organizations

Author : Gwangwava, Norman
ISBN : 9781522536291
Genre : Business & Economics
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Continuous improvements in digitized practices have created opportunities for businesses to develop more streamlined processes. This not only leads to higher success in day-to-day production, but it also increases the overall success of businesses. E-Manufacturing and E-Service Strategies in Contemporary Organizations is a critical scholarly resource that explores the advances in cloud-based solutions in the service and manufacturing realms of corporations and promotes communication between customers and service providers and manufacturers. Featuring coverage on a wide range of topics including smart manufacturing, internet banking, database system adoption, this book is geared towards researchers, professionals, managers, and academicians seeking current and relevant research on the improvement of cloud-based systems for manufacturing and service.
Category: Business & Economics

Digital Transformation Of Business

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ISBN : 9783736983236
Genre : Business & Economics
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History of corporations is replete with stories of fundamental organizational change in the face of breakthroughs in technology and significant economic changes. Yet pervasive digitalization, i.e., a socio-technical process whereby digital technology capabilities are embedded into everyday artifacts and life, altering everyday experiences and interactions, brings about substantial changes in environmental conditions not seen before. The fast-paced, unbounded, ongoing, and potentially disruptive nature of change in today’s digitized world is fueled by the generativity of digital innovation, forcing incumbents across industries to transform and adapt. This cumulative dissertation presents five studies that provide a comprehensive understanding on the emerging phenomenon of digital transformation of business. With the help of primary data collected from more than 40 industry experts as well as secondary data, it aimed at explaining through a configurational perspective how, in certain contextual conditions, a combination of particular mechanisms, may lead automotive manufacturing organizations to embark on a sustainable digital transformation of their business. Overall, the findings derive a holistic view of the investigated phenomenon, indicating that it stems from socio-technical developments in the macro, meso, and micro levels of business, fostering incumbents to build new mechanisms that activate digital transformation capabilities to rapidly respond to such socio-technical developments, fundamentally altering their traditional business logics. Nevertheless, research on the phenomenon of digital transformation is in its infancy in both information systems and organizational science research, therefore more in-depth empirical accounts are still needed.
Category: Business & Economics

Digital Enterprise Technology

Author : Pedro Filipe Cunha
ISBN : 9780387498645
Genre : Computers
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The first Digital Enterprise Technology (DET) International Conference was held in Durham, UK in 2002 and the second DET Conference in Seattle, USA in 2004. Sponsored by CIRP (College International pour la Recherche en Productique), the third DET Conference took place in Setúbal, Portugal in 2006. Digital Enterprise Technology: Perspectives and Future Challenges is an edited volume based on this conference. Topics include: distributed and collaborative design, process modeling and process planning, advanced factory equipment and layout design and modeling, physical-to-digital environment integrators, enterprise integration technologies, and entrepreneurship in DET.
Category: Computers

Industrial Digital Transformation

Author : Shyam Varan Nath
ISBN : 9781800201965
Genre : Computers
File Size : 86.58 MB
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Delve into industrial digital transformation and learn how to implement modern business strategies powered by digital technologies as well as organization and cultural optimization Key Features Identify potential industry disruptors from various business domains and emerging technologies Leverage existing resources to identify new avenues for generating digital revenue Boost digital transformation with cloud computing, big data, artificial intelligence (AI), and the Internet of Things (IoT) Book Description Digital transformation requires the ability to identify opportunities across industries and apply the right technologies and tools to achieve results. This book is divided into two parts with the first covering what digital transformation is and why it is important. The second part focuses on how digital transformation works. After an introduction to digital transformation, you will explore the transformation journey in logical steps and understand how to build business cases and create productivity benefit statements. Next, you'll delve into advanced topics relating to overcoming various challenges. Later, the book will take you through case studies in both private and public sector organizations. You'll explore private sector organizations such as industrial and hi-tech manufacturing in detail and get to grips with public sector organizations by learning how transformation can be achieved on a global scale and how the resident experience can be improved. In addition to this, you will understand the role of artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning in digital transformation. Finally, you'll discover how to create a playbook that can ensure success in digital transformation. By the end of this book, you'll be well-versed with industrial digital transformation and be able to apply your skills in the real world. What you will learn Get up to speed with digital transformation and its important aspects Explore the skills that are needed to execute the transformation Focus on the concepts of Digital Thread and Digital Twin Understand how to leverage the ecosystem for successful transformation Get to grips with various case studies spanning industries in both private and public sectors Discover how to execute transformation at a global scale Find out how AI delivers value in the transformation journey Who this book is for This book is for IT leaders, digital strategy leaders, line-of-business leaders, solution architects, and IT business partners looking for digital transformation opportunities within their organizations. Professionals from service and management consulting firms will also find this book useful. Basic knowledge of enterprise IT and some intermediate knowledge of identifying digital revenue streams or internal transformation opportunities are required to get started with this book.
Category: Computers

Industry 4 0 Managing The Digital Transformation

Author : Alp Ustundag
ISBN : 9783319578705
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 70.54 MB
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This book provides a comprehensive guide to Industry 4.0 applications, not only introducing implementation aspects but also proposing a conceptual framework with respect to the design principles. In addition, it discusses the effects of Industry 4.0, which are reflected in new business models and workforce transformation. The book then examines the key technological advances that form the pillars of Industry 4.0 and explores their potential technical and economic benefits using examples of real-world applications. The changing dynamics of global production, such as more complex and automated processes, high-level competitiveness and emerging technologies, have paved the way for a new generation of goods, products and services. Moreover, manufacturers are increasingly realizing the value of the data that their processes and products generate. Such trends are transforming manufacturing industry to the next generation, namely Industry 4.0, which is based on the integration of information and communication technologies and industrial technology.The book provides a conceptual framework and roadmap for decision-makers for this transformation
Category: Technology & Engineering

Digital Factory For Human Oriented Production Systems

Author : Luca Canetta
ISBN : 1849961727
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Digital factory is a comprehensive approach providing methodologies, models and tools that support manufacturing enterprises in the rearrangement of their organizational structures to deal with expected changes in manufacturing processes and markets. Digital Factory for Human-oriented Production Systems investigates the impact of the digital factory through a consideration of the entire product/process lifecycle, and the broad network of product engineering, material and component suppliers, manufacturing equipment suppliers, and customers involved in current and next generation manufacturing. It covers the utilization and integration of: human body ergonomics models; production system discrete event simulation; 3D/virtual and augmented reality visualization; collaborative design tools; automatic data capture; and knowledge management systems based on semantic web ontologies integrated by a continuous data management. The coverage of various types of factory and manufacturing phases, representations and simulations allows researchers in academia and industry to perform a dynamic analysis and up-to-date modeling of the processes involved. Digital Factory for Human-oriented Production Systems describes the tools that allow a move towards the integrated digital factory and underlines the business impact that companies can obtain by adopting these tools. As well as benefiting international organizations, the proposed methodologies and technologies have also been developed in order to facilitate their adoption by small or medium-sized businesses, making them relevant to all product engineers and managers who want improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their enterprises.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Industry X 0

Author : Eric Schaeffer
ISBN : 9780749481490
Genre : Business & Economics
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Industry X.0 takes an insightful look at the business impact of the Internet of Things movement on the industrial sphere. Eric Schaeffer combines deep analysis with practical strategic guidance, and offers tangible and actionable recommendations on how to realise value in the current digital age. Based on extensive research and insights into the six core competencies that have been identified by Accenture, Industry X.0 explores critical aspects of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), discussing and defining them in an engaging and accessible manner. These include managing smart data, handling digital product development, skilling up the workforce, mastering innovation, making the most of platforms and ecosystems, and much more. Meticulously researched and clearly explained, Industry X.0 makes a stringent case for companies to actively shift mind-sets away from products, towards services, value and outcomes. Complemented by a wealth of case studies and real world examples, this book provides invaluable, practical 'how-to' advice for business organizations as they embark on their journeys into the era of the IIoT.
Category: Business & Economics

Handbook Of Computational Intelligence In Manufacturing And Production Management

Author : Laha, Dipak
ISBN : 9781599045849
Genre : Computers
File Size : 48.2 MB
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During the last two decades, computer and information technologies have forced great changes in the ways businesses manage operations in meeting the desired quality of products and services, customer demands, competition, and other challenges. The Handbook of Computational Intelligence in Manufacturing and Production Management focuses on new developments in computational intelligence in areas such as forecasting, scheduling, production planning, inventory control, and aggregate planning, among others. This comprehensive collection of research provides cutting-edge knowledge on information technology developments for both researchers and professionals in fields such as operations and production management, Web engineering, artificial intelligence, and information resources management.
Category: Computers

Modeling And Simulation In Manufacturing And Defense Acquisition

Author : National Research Council
ISBN : 9780309169301
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The Committee on Modeling and Simulation Enhancements for 21st Century Manufacturing and Acquisition was formed by the NRC in response to a request from the Defense Modeling and Simulation Office (DMSO) of DOD. The committee was asked to (1) investigate next-generation evolutionary and revolutionary M&S capabilities that will support enhanced defense systems acquisition; (2) identify specific emerging design, testing, and manufacturing process technologies that can be enabled by advanced M&S capabilities; (3) relate these emerging technologies to long-term DOD requirements; (4) assess ongoing efforts to develop advanced M&S capabilities and identify gaps that must be filled to make the emerging technologies a reality; (5) identify lessons learned from industry; and (6) recommend specific government actions to expedite development and to enable maximum DOD and U.S. commercial benefit from these capabilities. To complete its task, the committee identified relevant trends and their impact on defense acquisition needs; current use and support for use of M&S within DOD; lessons learned from commercial manufacturing; three cross-cutting and especially challenging uses of M&S technologies; and the areas in which basic research is needed in M&S in order to achieve the desired goals for manufacturing and defense acquisition.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Computer Aided Production Engineering

Author : Hongzan Bin
ISBN : 1860583679
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Innovation in all aspects of mechanical engineering and management Computer Aided Production Engineering is a compilation of papers presented at the 17th International CAPE Conference in 2001. Featuring the work of leading innovators from academia and industry, this book explores the forefront of mechanical engineering technology and practices to provide insight for today and direction for tomorrow. Broad in scope yet rich in detail, these papers cover topics ranging from supply chain management, nontraditional processes, and quality control, to machining processes, concurrent design and engineering, rapid prototyping, virtual reality applications, and much more.
Category: Technology & Engineering

The Digital Economy

Author : Edward J. Malecki
ISBN : 9781134154180
Genre : Business & Economics
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Information technologies (IT) shape economic space, but we have no clear map of the cyber economy since the "digital revolution" began in the early 1970s. The Digital Economy offers an up-to-date, critical synthesis that links the various aspects of the digital or cyber economy from the perspective of real firms. A geographic approach emphasizes how IT has made businesses less dependent on locational constraints, and the tangible effects on places and regions are placed at the core of the analysis. Case studies of companies, including Amazon, Dell, Li & Fung, and Volvo, demonstrate that the geography of digitally-driven production is the outcome of both dispersion and agglomeration dynamics. Global corporations are shown to have footprints that ignore – to some degree – distance and time, yet creative and coordinating activities remain anchored in urban innovative ecosystems such as Silicon Valley and Bangalore. These trends have been made possible by the development of a worldwide and integrated telecommunications network, whose unequal presence dictates the capabilities of places and communities to be connected to the global economy. However, the threat of the digital divide must not be overstated. In cities, rural areas, and emerging countries, local development is wrapped up in human capital, rather than technology. This engaging and accessible text describes and explains the patterns and dynamics of today’s digital economic space. The effects on places and regions and the people in them are at the core of the authors’ analysis, illustrated by many real examples. This book will be useful to anyone studying business and management, geography and information and communication studies.
Category: Business & Economics

21st Century Manufacturing

Author : DIANE Publishing Company
ISBN : 0788102028
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Covers: framework, data & metrics; & tools, methodology & application. Also includes capability summary sheets on more than 50 critical technologies. Charts & tables.
Category: Technology & Engineering

The Digital Technical Documentation Handbook

Author : Susan I. Schultz
ISBN : 155558103X
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 24.41 MB
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The Digital Technical Documentation Handbook describes the process of developing and producing technical user information at Digital Equipment Corporation. * Discusses techniques for making user information _more effective * Covers the draft and review process, the production and distribution of printed and electronic media, archiving, indexing, testing for usability, and many other topics * Provides quality assurance checklists, contains a glossary and a bibliography of resources for technical communicators
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Real Time Digital Control Applications

Author : International Federation of Automatic Control
ISBN : UOM:39015006422094
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Covers applications in: metal processing, monitoring & failure detection, adaptive control, fuel & heat control, cement industry, robotics, industrial applications, education, modelling, identification & software, etc.
Category: Technology & Engineering