Fabrikorganisation, aus- und weiterbildung, informationsmanagement: Kompetenzbildung in der wertschöpfung: Konflikt und notwendigkeit bei der interaktion zwischen mensch und maschine

Translated title of the contribution: Competence building in the value-Added process - Conflict & necessity of human-machine interaction

Thomas Bauernhansl, Jörg Siegert, Erwin Groß, Max Dinkelmann, Eberhard Abele, Joachim Metternich, Gunther Reinhart

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Abstract

Increasing product individualization and shorter product life cycles require more transformable production systems. Hybrid systems are needed to enable highly adaptable processes and flexible production. Drivers are customized products which are produced in small quantities at low unit costs of mass production. This requires a high level of skills of both people and resources to meet these demands. Conflicts between humans and machines may negatively affect the value-Added process and new knowledge may flow inadequately within the value network. This article discusses how and where these conflicts arise between humans and machines and how knowledge should flow into value-Added processes.

Translated title of the contributionCompetence building in the value-Added process - Conflict & necessity of human-machine interaction
Original languageGerman
Pages (from-to)776-780
Number of pages5
JournalWT Werkstattstechnik
Volume104
Issue number11-12
StatePublished - 2014

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