Technology for Empowering the Operator: Making the New Human Organizations Succeed in the CIM Factory : Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual Advanced Control Conference, West Lafayette, Indiana, September 14-16, 1992
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CONSIDERING HUMAN FACTORS IN CONTROL
OPERATOR EMPOWERMENT IN TOTAL
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achieve AND1 application software applications approach areas automation become cell competitive complex Computer Integrated Manufacturing concept control room control systems cost criteria database deburring decisions developed display distributed control systems effects employees empowering the operator enable engineering environment equipment example experience expert systems facility factors Federal Express feedback Figure flexibility functions goals graphical Graphical User Interfaces groups hole human implementation improvement IN2 IS OK industrial information systems input interaction labor machine maintenance measures object-oriented objectives operating system operator empowerment organization organizational OUT1 OUT2 IS OK output packages paper performance problems process control process manager production quotient ratio responsibility robot role sequence skills standards supervisor tasks technical Toledo Scale total productive maintenance Total Quality Management truth table understanding user interface vendor Windows workers