Advances in Sustainable and Competitive Manufacturing by Hasse Nylund, Mikko Tapaninaho, Seppo Torvinen, Paul H.

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By Hasse Nylund, Mikko Tapaninaho, Seppo Torvinen, Paul H. Andersson (auth.), Américo Azevedo (eds.)

The lawsuits contains the set of revised papers from the twenty third overseas convention on versatile Automation and clever production (FAIM 2013). This convention goals to supply a world discussion board for the alternate of cutting edge scientific wisdom and business event in regards to the improvement and integration of some of the points of versatile Automation and clever production structures protecting the whole life-cycle of a company’s items and approaches. Contents will contain themes resembling: Product, procedure and manufacturing facility built-in layout, production expertise and clever platforms, production Operations administration and Optimization and production Networks and MicroFactories.

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The final enabler revolves around how to incentivize service engineers and technicians to document and report maintenance procedures and service information. Service engineers are concerned with resolving issues and bringing back a system to its running conditions as soon as possible, often being under time pressure [2]. This makes it more difficult for them to document service procedures given that their main definition of success is a system which is always running. Incentivizing the service engineers for data collection is a huge task and is worthy of separate research, perhaps building on the concepts presented in this paper.

Unlike companies that are able to adopt PSS, other companies involved in designing, manufacturing and/or delivering part of a large system which is been put to service by a different company, do not have this luxury and ease of accumulating and feeding back in-service knowledge for product improvement. This paper presents a framework for a more integrated approach toward aligning, capturing, and the feedback of in-service knowledge for the purpose of optimizing product performance by improving the design and manufacturing stages of the life cycle.

Utilizing the possibilities of computer-aided technologies such as computeraided manufacturing (CAM) and factory simulation, the experiments can be done without disturbing the operational activities of the real production system. The returning part (post-use) of product’s life cycle is more new and challenging for the operation of production systems. Examples of challenges and business opportunities related to the production system design framework are briefly as follows: • For a system structure, all different alternatives for reusing used products or parts of the products need facilities.

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