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Industrielle Wettbewerbsfähigkeit und flexible Produktionssysteme — Zukunftschancen der Fabrik

  • Franz Lehner
  • Josef Schmid
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Zusammenfassung

In den 1970er und der ersten Hälfte der 1980er Jahre hat sich die CIM-Forschung überwiegend an Konzepten einer zentral gesteuerten, voll automatisierten und verketteten Produktion orientiert, die in der Werkstatt mit wenigen Arbeitskräften auskommt. Die Vision einer menschenleeren Fabrik begann wissenschaftlich und praktisch konkrete Gestalt anzunehmen.

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