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The Concept Industry 4.0 : an empirical analysis of technologies and applications in production logistics

por Bartodziej, Christoph Jan
Series: BestMasters Publicado por : Springer Gabler (Wiesbaden) Detalles físicos: 150 páginas ISBN:9783658165024; 9783658165017. Año : 2017 Lista(s) en las que aparece este ítem: Escuela de Administración
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Theoretical Background on Technologies -- The Concept Industry 4.0 -- Technologies and Functions Within the Concept Industry 4.0 -- Empirical Study to Identify Technology Potential -- Technology Potential and Recommendations for Action.

Christoph Jan Bartodziej examines by means of an empirical study which potential Industry 4.0 technologies do have regarding end-to-end digital integration in production logistics based on their functions. According to the relevance of the concept Industry 4.0 and its early stage of implementation it is essential to clarify terminology, explain relations and identify drivers and challenges for an appropriate use of Industry 4.0 technologies. The results will constitute a profound basis to formulate recommendations for action for technology suppliers and technology users. Contents Theoretical Background on Technologies The Concept Industry 4.0 Technologies and Functions Within the Concept Industry 4.0 Empirical Study to Identify Technology Potential Technology Potential and Recommendations for Action Target Groups Researchers and students in the fields of economic science and political economy Executives and politicians in these areas The Author Christoph Jan Bartodziej graduated from Technical University of Berlin with a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering and Management under the supervision of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Frank Straube at the logistics chair. He is currently engaged as management consultant for technology related advisory and implementation topics in an international consultancy company.

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