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Title: Product to process lifecycle management in assembly automation systems
Authors: Haq, Izhar Ul
Masood, Tariq
Ahmad, Bilal
Harrison, Robert
Raza, Baqar
Monfared, R.
Keywords: Product design
Product life cycle
Manufacturing process resource
Powertrain assembly automation
Reconfiguration
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Laboratory for Manufacturing Systems and Automation (LMS)
Citation: HAQ, I.U. ... et al, 2011. Product to process lifecycle management in assembly automation systems. Presented at the 7th International Conference on Digital Enterprise Technology, 28th-30th September 2011, Athens.
Abstract: Presently, the automotive industry is facing enormous pressure due to global competition and ever changing legislative, economic and customer demands. Product and process development in the automotive manufacturing industry is a challenging task for many reasons. Current product life cycle management (PLM) systems tend to be product-focussed. Though, information about processes and resources are there but mostly linked to the product. Process is an important aspect, especially in assembly automation systems that link products to their manufacturing resources. This paper presents a process-centric approach to improve PLM systems in large-scale manufacturing companies, especially in the powertrain sector of the automotive industry. The idea is to integrate the information related to key engineering chains i.e. products, processes and resources based upon PLM philosophy and shift the trend of product-focussed lifecycle management to process-focussed lifecycle management, the outcome of which is the Product, Process and Resource Lifecycle Management not PLM only.
Description: This conference paper is closed access.
Version: Accepted for publication
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/9264
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