Novel Industry 4.0 Technologies and Applications
Papakostas, Nikolaos (editor)
Constantinescu, Carmen (editor)
Mourtzis, Dimitris (editor)
The Industry 4.0 paradigm has led to the creation of new opportunities for taking advantage of a set of diverse technologies in the manufacturing domain. This book touches on a series of advanced technologies and research fields, including Internet of Things, Augmented and Virtual Reality, Machine Learning, Advanced Robotics, Additive Manufacturing, System and Process Simulation, Computer-Aided Design/Engineering/Manufacturing/Process Planning Systems as well as Product Lifecycle Management Platforms. The topics covered span a series of diverse areas related to a) product design and development, b) manufacturing systems and operations, c) process engineering, and d) Industry 4.0 technologies review and realization.
Keywordscomputer-aided tolerance; processing features degradation; skin model shape; statistical tolerance analysis; tolerance allocation; collaborative learning; engineering graphics; PLM; 3D modeling; engineering education; Industry 4.0; index; smart; intensity of technology; manufacturing; implementation; statistical process control; pattern recognition; long short-term memory; feature learning; control chart; histogram; digital hydraulic technology; digital hydraulic components; digital hydraulic system; shearer; virtual reality; path planning; automatic height-adjusting; Unity3D technology; Rapidly-exploring Random Tree (RRT); manipulator; motion planning; obstacle avoidance; complex environment; exoskeletons; planning methods; ergonomics; time management; augmented reality; maintenance; real-time; digital twin; decision support system; factor analysis; KPI; quantitative analysis; root-cause analysis; life cycle; knowledge- and technology-intensive industry (KTI); VUCA; key enabling technology (KET); Operator 4.0; cyber-physical system (CPS); DfHFinI4.0; PERA 4.0; process planning; scheduling; design for additive manufacturing; multiple criteria; SMEs; technologies; cluster analysis; maturity model; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020
History of engineering & technology