Transdisciplinary Engineering Methods for Social Innovation of Industry 4.0
Proceedings of the 25th ISPE Inc. International Conference on Transdisciplinary Engineering, July 3 – 6, 2018
- Peruzzini, M., Pellicciari, M., Bil, C. , Stjepandić, J., Wognum, N.
- Pub. date
- September 2018
- 7 of Advances in Transdisciplinary Engineering
- ISBN print
- ISBN online
- Artificial Intelligence, Engineering, Manufacturing
- This book contains a subject index
The concept of concurrent engineering (CE) was first developed in the 1980s. Now often referred to as transdiciplinary engineering, it is based on the idea that different phases of a product life cycle should be conducted concurrently and initiated as early as possible within the Product Creation Process (PCP). The main goal of CE is to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the PCP and reduce errors in later phases, as well as incorporating considerations – including environmental implications – for the full lifecycle of the product. It has become a substantive methodology in many industries, and has also been adopted in the development of new services and service support.
This book presents the proceedings of the 25th ISPE Inc. International Conference on Transdisciplinary Engineering, held in Modena, Italy, in July 2018. This international conference attracts researchers, industry experts, students, and government representatives interested in recent transdisciplinary engineering research, advancements and applications.
The book contains 120 peer-reviewed papers, selected from 259 submissions from all continents of the world, ranging from the theoretical and conceptual to papers addressing industrial best practice, and is divided into 11 sections reflecting the themes addressed in the conference program and addressing topics as diverse as industry 4.0 and smart manufacturing; human-centered design; modeling, simulation and virtual design; and knowledge and data management among others.
With an overview of the latest research results, product creation processes and related methodologies, this book will be of interest to researchers, design practitioners and educators alike.