Information Infrastructure Systems for Manufacturing: Proceedings of the IFIP TC5/WG5.3/WG5.7 international conference on the Design of Information Infrastructure Systems for Manufacturing, DIISM ’96 Eindhoven, the Netherlands, 15–18 September 1996

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Jan Goossenaerts, Johan C. Wortmann, Fumihiko Kimura
Springer, Jun 5, 2013 - Business & Economics - 456 pages
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On the verge of the global information society, enterprises are competing for markets that are becoming global and driven by customer demand, and where growing specialisation is pushing them to focus on core competencies and look for partnerships to provide products and services. Simultaneously the public demands environmentally sustainable industries and urges manufacturers to mind the whole life span of their products and production resources. Information infrastructure systems are anticipated to offer services enabling and catalyzing the strategies of manufacturing companies responding to these challenges: they support the formation of extended enterprises, the mastering of full product and process life cycles, and the digitalization of the development process. Information infrastructure systems would accommodate access to and transformation of information as required by the various authorized stakeholders involved in the life phases of products or production resources. Services should be available to select and present all relevant information for situations involving any kind of players, during any life phase of a product or artifact, at any moment and at any place.
 

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Contents

Vehicle CALS a big challenge to virtual development
3
Changes in the industrial environment and CALS
11
Perspectives on manufacturing engineering software integration
20
Trends in manufacturing control
32
Integration of product life cycle views on the basis of a shared conceptual
45
CIMOSA process model for enterprise modelling
67
A supporting enterprise infrastructure using STEP technologies
81
On reference modelling of integrated manufacturing systems using
91
An extensible reference model for data integration
206
system oriented management and enterprise
219
Applying information technology to minimise risks in satisfying
242
Key driven business reengineering How to get Reengineering more
265
Framework services for design data and design flow management
289
The concept of a design and planning platform
303
Shop floor systems integration reference frameworks lifecycle
326
Events in CIMOSA and the CCE platform
344

Metamodels for information system modeling in production environments
103
Comparison of enterprise modelling methodologies
115
Bottomup modelling with CIMOSA
128
Modelling and reorganizing of process chains using CIMOSA
140
a framework for extended enterprise
153
A model based approach to enterprise wide information support
169
A framework for connecting work and information infrastructure
193
Information infrastructure services for small and medium size
371
Strategies to develop a telemonitoring technology for machine tools
395
Enterprise integration for global manufacturing towards
408
Holonic manufacturing systems
431
Index of contributors
452
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