Benchmarking issues for product-driven decision-making

Abstract : With the increasing pressure on manufacturing companies to meet business to manufacturing agility, infotronics technologies combined with agent technologies are becoming basic drivers for new decision- making organisational issues in a more heterarchical way. One key point to make these technologies fully adopted by industry is to provide benchmarking environments in order to compare and analyse their efficiency on emulated large-scale industry-led case-studies with regard to current technologies and approaches. This paper propose a generic benchmarking protocol based on LT, OEE and WIP performance indicators in order to evaluate the efficiency of product-driven decision-making. This benchmarking protocol is then applied to an automotive-industry case-study in order to evaluate the impact of making interact the products with the local decision centers.
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Rémi Pannequin, Gérard Morel, André Thomas. Benchmarking issues for product-driven decision-making. 9th International Conference on the Modern Information Technology in the Innovation Processes of the Industrial Enterprise, MITIP'2007, Sep 2007, Florence, Italy. pp.219-225. ⟨hal-00170254⟩



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