Technology in the manufacturing sector has seen rapid change, transforming from stand alone, manual processes to smart, integrated systems. We have witnessed the migration of relay-based systems to advance SCADA systems, manual pro-duction to fully automated, and hand written reports to interactive computer-based dashboards. We are now seeing the emergence of smart products manufactured in smart plants and the evolution of smart services in manufacturing. Future manu-facturing systems will be distinguished by intelligent machines, automation and human factors’ integration. This talk will focus on how knowledge can be embed-ded in processes and products through the use of simulation and modelling tools to streamline future smart production systems and improve product quality. The implications to future smart manufacturing enterprises are explored through a se-ries of case studies from aerospace, mining and small and medium manufacturing enterprises.
Field of Research
089999 Information and Computing Sciences not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective
970108 Expanding Knowledge in the Information and Computing Sciences
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