E-Manufacturing: Business Paradigms and Supporting Technologies: 18th International Conference on CAD/CAM Robotics and Factories of the Future (CARs&FOF) July 2002, Porto, Portugal / Edition 1

E-Manufacturing: Business Paradigms and Supporting Technologies: 18th International Conference on CAD/CAM Robotics and Factories of the Future (CARs&FOF) July 2002, Porto, Portugal / Edition 1

by Joao Jose Pinto Ferreira
     
 

ISBN-10: 1402076541

ISBN-13: 9781402076541

Pub. Date: 10/31/2003

Publisher: Springer US

E-Manufacturing implementation and related business practices demand an ever increasing knowledge about enabling technologies. Moreover, the digital and wireless world will surely trigger new business practices. This conference aims therefore at bringing together the business and technology research worlds into a catalyst forum for new business models and

Overview

E-Manufacturing implementation and related business practices demand an ever increasing knowledge about enabling technologies. Moreover, the digital and wireless world will surely trigger new business practices. This conference aims therefore at bringing together the business and technology research worlds into a catalyst forum for new business models and technology opportunities. In this context we have the objective of bridging the gap between technical and business discussions, usually developing in widespread forums. E-Business is a very significant economic and social paradigm and is now building on the convergence of several technologies. Under this topic, and concentrating our efforts in the E-Manufacturing area, we aim at highlighting strategies, methods, the demand for deployment of new business models and for intra- and extended-enterprise business processes. E-Manufacturing: Business Paradigms and Supporting Technologies opens with a set of interesting selections from invited authors, covering perspectives such as concurrent engineering in product and process design, the tools needed to deal with people, relationships and networks, enterprise networking in Europe. This section closes with business and innovation topics, handling issues such as knowledge, innovation and investment, and joint ventures for innovation and competitiveness. The remaining parts of the book tackle the following e-manufacturing issues: advanced logistics, mechatronics, manufacturing systems integration and supporting technologies.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781402076541
Publisher:
Springer US
Publication date:
10/31/2003
Edition description:
2004
Pages:
280
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

Co-Sponsors. Committees. Editor Foreword. Editorial Board Foreword.
Part One: Invited Papers. 1. Perspective on Concurrent Engineering in Product and Process Design; R.J. Graves. 2. E-Manufacturing: The Tools We Need to Deal with Relationships and Networks; A.L. Soares. 3. e-Manufacturing in Europe: Enterprise Networking; F.J. Restivo. 4. Knowledge, Innovation and Investment; J. M. Mendonça. 5. Joint Ventures for Innovation & Competitiveness; J.C. Caldeira.
Part Two: Advanced Logistics. 6. Planning, Design and Management of Shared Information within Globally Distributed Manufacturing Networks; T. Forzi, P. Laing. 7. Customer Relationship Management and Smart Organization; P. Weiß, B. Kölmel. 8. The FIR E-Business Engineering Integration Model; M. Beyer, A. Quadt, S. Bleck. 9. Microplano - A Scheduling Support System for the Plastic Injection Industry; C. Silva, L.M. Ferreira. 10. Quality Certification in the Virtual Enterprise; Â. Martins, J.J. Pinto Ferreira, J.M. Mendonça. 11. Making Effective the Introduction of E-Business in SME: A Reference Model Approach; A.L. Soares, L.Maia Carneiro, D. Carneiro.
Part Three: Mechatronics. 12. Robot Calibration Using Genetic Programming; J.-U. Dolinsky, G. Colquhoun, I. Jenkinson. 13. Robust Control of an Adaptive Optics System Using HINFINITY Method; B. West Frazier, R K. Tyson, Y.P. Kakad, B.G. Sherlock. 14. Small Linear Actuator for Small Robots; H. Okabe, N. Kakizawa, S. Sakano, M. Kanno. 15. A New Electromagnetic Actuation System on an Industrial Sewing Machine with On-Line Efficiency Monitoring; L.F. Silva, M. Lima, F.N. Ferreira, A.M. Rocha, H. Carvalho, C. Couto.
Part Four: Manufacturing Systems Integration. 16. Understanding Data in Industrial Environments; E.R. Lopes, N.G. Mourinho, N. Castela, A. Guerra. 17. A Framework for Understanding Cellular Manufacturing Systems; S. do Carmo Silva, A. Carvalho Alves. 18. Sales Prediction With Marketing Data Integration for Supply Chains; D. Gillblad, A. Holst. 19. Utilizing Neural Network for Mechatronics, On-line Inspection and Process Control; D. Shetty, N. Tamaldin, C. Campana, J. Kondo. 20. Selection Criteria for Make or Buy Decision Process in Enterprises; B. Skowron-Grabowska. 21. Description of the Competence Cell Process Planning; H. Dürr, J. Mehnert. 22. An Innovative ICT Platform for Dynamic Virtual Enterprises; G. Bonini, V. Bicocchi, F. Bonfatti, P.D. Monari. 23. Managing Vendor Supplied Models of Production Facilities; K. Caskey, K. Rouibah, H.-J. Pels.
Part Five: Supporting Technologies. 24. Essential Services for P2P e-Marketplaces; D. Ferreira, J.J. Pinto Ferreira. 25. Proposition of a Repository for Enterprise Modeling: (EMC) Enterprise Modeling Components; A. Abdmouleh, M. Spadoni, F. Vernadat. 26. Geographical Information Platform for Distributed Data Acquisition Systems; N. Pereira, J. Valente, A. Guerra. 27. Developing Graixpert: A Software Tool to Analyse and Design Production Systems; P.E. Dossou, D. Chen, R. Bertin, G. Doumeingts. 28. Manufacturing in the 21st Century; V. Thomson.
Keyword index.

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