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Qualification for Computer-Integrated Manufacturing

  • Felix Rauner

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-vi
  2. Jürgen Broschat, Walter Kötter, Tillman Krogoll
    Pages 5-12
  3. Peter Fröhlich, Hans -J. Holland
    Pages 27-37
  4. Siegfried Reith
    Pages 52-59
  5. Jörg Kluger, Norbert Meyer, Helmut Richter
    Pages 75-88
  6. Heiner Mählck
    Pages 89-91
  7. Markus Nüttgens, August Wilhelm Scheer
    Pages 92-104
  8. Flavio Canetti, Reinhold Dreβler
    Pages 124-130
  9. Frank Hanewinkel
    Pages 131-142
  10. Herbert Tilch
    Pages 159-163
  11. D. van der Ent, Peter de Jong
    Pages 196-206
  12. Klaus-Jürgen Peschges, Jürgen Bollwahn, Kai Maurer, Erich Reindel, Jörg Schumacher
    Pages 216-231
  13. Back Matter
    Pages 233-237

About this book

Introduction

In this paper a nearly perfected concept of basic training in the field of "Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)" has been explained. With the help of detailed studies conducted in part by the Department of Technology and Education. Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, University of Dortmund the necessity of basic training at all levels for employees in Computer Integrated Manufacturing was verified. Then the new requirements for employees were indicated with respect to the "ability to act". Moreover, the didactic demands of the concept for basic subject-specific training were clearly stipulated. In summary, this concept has to include the invariant, indispensable, fundamental and exemplary contents and the basic options of CIM work organisation which are most important today and in the near future. Then a configuration was presented to meet these demands: the multimedia system of the CIM Learnil)g Factory, subsidised by the EC in the COMETT programme. The CIM Learning Factory consists of • a well-operating "model factory", where activities like job management, production control, design, manufacturing, including loading, material transport and assembly as well as quality control and warehousing, are flexibly shown in functional models and are controlled by means of cross-linked computers (MPC); during the training the cross-linked computer structure is used like a language laboratory; • two different "teachware packages", the first for the target group of designers and decision-makers, the second for skilled workers and plant management.

Keywords

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Editors and affiliations

  • Felix Rauner
    • 1
  1. 1.Institut Technik und BildungUniversität BremenBremenGermany

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