Concurrent Engineering. Field warranty service. Quality control. Market analysis, R&D. Production system. Process design GD&T. Prototyping. Statistic Process Control (SPC). Engineering Modeling. Product design GD&T. Cell, Quick Response Manufacturing. Rapid Prototyping.
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Market analysis, R&D
Process design GD&T
Statistic Process Control (SPC)
Product design GD&T
Cell, Quick Response Manufacturing
Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM)
Computer Aided Design (CAD)
Manufacturing in the Product Life Cycle
"Concurrent engineering is a systematic approach to the integrated, concurrent design of products and their related processes, including manufacture and support. Typically, concurrent engineering involves the formation of cross-functional teams, which allows engineers and managers of different disciplines to work together simultaneously in developing product and process design. This approach is intended to cause the developers, from the outset, to consider all elements of the product life cycle from concept through disposal, including quality, cost, productivity, speed (time to market & response time), and user requirements (include functional and reliability)."
By: REZA VATANKHAH
Example: Automotive industry
VBE - an association of organizations and their related supporting institutions, adhering to a base long term cooperation agreement, and adoption of common operating principles and infrastructures, with the main goal of increasing both their chances and their preparedness towards collaboration in potential Virtual Organizations .
VBE and VOs are types of Collaborative Network Organizations(CNOs)
VO - a set of collaborating independent organizations, which to the outside word provide a set of services and functionality as if they were one organization, supported by computer networks
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A typical example of a dynamic, temporary network