Digital enterprise technology in production networks
Maropoulos, P. G., Bramall, D. G., Chapman, P., Cheung, W. M., McKay, K. R. and Rogers, B. C., 2004. Digital enterprise technology in production networks. In: Advances in e-Engineering and Digital Enterprise Technology - I. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on e-Engineering and Digital Enterprise Technology, 2004-01-01, Leeds.
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Enterprises organised as distributed production networks face challenges related to the planning and synchronisation of their manufacturing operations, and of controlling the quality, cost and production time of products under development. Digital enterprise technology (DET) is a framework for new technologies which can shorten product development and realisation, by estimating and therefore controlling quality, cost and delivery factors for products at an early stage in their lifecycle. DET can also be deployed to facilitate planning and synchronisation of work across an extended enterprise. Particularly for high value and high complexity products, these techniques represent an emergent synthesis of strategies for design, manufacture and product lifecycle management.
|Item Type||Conference or Workshop Items (Paper)|
|Creators||Maropoulos, P. G., Bramall, D. G., Chapman, P., Cheung, W. M., McKay, K. R. and Rogers, B. C.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||synchronization, planning, electric power distribution, cost effectiveness, digital communication systems, product development|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Mechanical Engineering|
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