Architectural requirements for rapid development of agile manufacturing systems
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- Architectural requirements for rapid development of agile manufacturing systems
- Jung, Mooyoung; Chung, MK; Cho, H
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- PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD
- COMPUTERS & INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING, v.31, no.3-4, pp.551 - 554
- As product life cycle becomes shortened, high product quality becomes necessary for survival, and continuous and unexpected change becomes key obstacles in success, the need for a method of rapidly and cost-effectively developing products, production facilities and supporting software including design, process planning, shop floor control systems becomes urgent. The essence of this concept of manufacturing would be characterized by adopting a new term "agility". Agile manufacturing can be successfully accomplished using various well-defined system architecture. This paper provides a primary sketch of architectural requirements for rapid development of agile manufacturing systems. There are several aspects of system architecture : control, function, process, information, communication, distribution, development, and implementation. In the past, the confusion of those architectures prohibited the successful construction of the automated CIM systems.
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