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The Suggestion for Successful Factory Converging Automation by Reviewing Smart Factories in German
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 Title & Authors
The Suggestion for Successful Factory Converging Automation by Reviewing Smart Factories in German
Jeong, Tae-Seog;
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 Abstract
The ultimate goal of this study is to investigate the cases with respect to smart factory that has been introduced by German government. To do this, the study suggest implications for manufacturing version 3.0 that is one of manufacturing revolution agendas in Korea. The main point of smart factory is the convergence between manufacturing and information and communications technologies such as CPS(Cyber-Physical Systems), MES(Manufacturing Execution Systems), 3D Printer, AI(Artificial Intelligence), and so forth. It is hard to accomplish a complete manufacturing automation. In fact, German government had experienced the failure in pursuing the smart factory agenda. But now the agenda is gradually realized by a variety of success stories from German. Thus, this study is to investigate the well-known success stories that came from German.
 Keywords
Smart Factory;Information and Communication Technology;Factory Automation;Convergence between IT and Manufacturing;Manufacturing 3.0;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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웹툰의 질적 향상을 위한 제작 프로그램 단순화와 첨예화 연구,길문섭;

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