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Knowledge management systems in Quality 4.0

Raluca Dovleac, M. Popescu-Stelea, F. Faur, M. Lazar
2021 MATEC Web of Conferences  
This gave birth to the concept of Quality 4.0, a new way of managing quality which uses modern technologies such as: IoT, Blockchain, Big data, AI and sensors in order to gather relevant information, monitor  ...  An issue that emerges however, is identifying the relevant data and ways to manage it as this is considered to be a major obstacle in the implementation of Quality 4.0 practices.  ...  As for the means of managing knowledge, a knowledge management approach based on the PDCA cycle that focuses on categorizing the key elements of knowledge management life cycle and integrating these into  ... 
doi:10.1051/matecconf/202134209003 fatcat:af3s7cawprg3hmaf6jaovk4enq

Economic and legal aspects of the innovative activity of enterprises in the context of the digital economy

Olga Vladimirovna Markova, Ekaterina Yevgenievna Listopad, Aleksandr Vladimirovich Shelygov, Alexander Grigorievich Fedorov, Igor Valentinovich Kiselevich
2021 Nexo  
The article deals with the economic and legal aspects of the innovative activity of enterprises in the context of the digital economy.  ...  It is proved that innovations will increase the investment attractiveness of the business, maintain a balance of creative freedom and internal control measures, self-regulation in the field of digital  ...  Moreover, considering the life cycle managing process of technological innovation as a business process in the concept, the latter can also be considered as a product that has a cost and a price.  ... 
doi:10.5377/nexo.v34i02.11623 fatcat:wchyqaj35rclrkphovkvd3hfbu

Integrated digital design for manufacture for reduced life cycle cost

R. Curran, G. Gomis, S. Castagne, J. Butterfield, T. Edgar, C. Higgins, C. McKeever
2007 International Journal of Production Economics  
It is shown that a knowledge ¼ -based engineering (KBE) approach can be encoded as a methodology for exploiting 3-D design modelling and manufacturing simulation capabilities.  ...  In addition, a novel aspect is the integration of cost into the development tool in order to generate cost-effective solutions, in terms of both MFCs and DOC. r  ...  has become a key component of product lifecycle management or PLM.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijpe.2006.11.010 fatcat:saxknif5azcipin2ts6hif3k6m

Lifecycle design and management of additive manufacturing technologies

Jakob R. Müller, Massimo Panarotto, Johan Malmqvist, Ola Isaksson
2018 Procedia Manufacturing  
Key aspects demonstrated were 1) the need to represent any manufacturing and life cycle constraint already in design, 2) the need to integrate unique identifiers that build a digital twin and 3) the need  ...  Key aspects demonstrated were 1) the need to represent any manufacturing and life cycle constraint already in design, 2) the need to integrate unique identifiers that build a digital twin and 3) the need  ...  Acknowledgements This work is the result of a study in the project "Digitization of complete production flow, a prerequisite for Additive Manufacturing" (DINA) financed by VINNOVA.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2018.01.019 fatcat:2jdznyepdnf2xozrrsik2bwtse

Data Curator's Roles and Responsibilities: An International Perspective

Anna Maria Tammaro, Krystyna K. Matusiak, Frank Andreas Sposito, Vittore Casarosa
2019 Libri  
The findings indicate that data curation is an evolving sociotechnical practice that involves not only technical systems and services structured around research data life cycle but also a range of social  ...  The data-intensive research environment and the movement towards open science create demand for information professionals with knowledge of the research process and skills in managing and curating data  ...  Managing data through the phases of its life cycle appeared as a core responsibility in almost all responses.  ... 
doi:10.1515/libri-2018-0090 fatcat:stvymfezo5f53g3rasywshnqt4

Standardization Framework for Sustainability from Circular Economy 4.0

María Jesús Ávila-Gutiérrez, Alejandro Martín-Gómez, Francisco Aguayo-González, Antonio Córdoba-Roldán
2019 Sustainability  
Firstly, it strives to conceptualize the CE as a paradigm of sustainability.  ...  Secondly, a framework is established to facilitate the implementation of the CE with the use of standards, which constitute the requirements, tools, and indicators to control each life cycle phase, and  ...  The hybridization of both strategies (CE and digital transformation) [75] allows a symbiosis between the applications, such as business product life management (PLM), for product and processes, and building  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11226490 fatcat:abnm3ffz55arni7ryya2fy6md4

Big-Data Management: A Driver for Digital Transformation?

Panagiotis Kostakis, Antonios Kargas
2021 Information  
The rapid evolution of technology has led to a global increase in data.  ...  The digital age has pushed businesses towards finding a strategy to transform themselves in order to overtake market changes, successfully compete, and gain a competitive advantage.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/info12100411 fatcat:vrbfmdgjijdhvp7cdymfwyjpwy

The implementation of a digital service approach to fostering team autonomy, distant collaboration, and knowledge scaling in large enterprises

Alexander Poth, Mario Kottke, Andreas Riel
2020 Human Systems Management  
Key elements include a strong and systematic expert team involvement in the process of the setup and design of such digital SSK's, as well as a well-explained and understood kit structure for efficient  ...  OBJECTIVE: This article presents the design and implementation of a digital self-service kit (SSK) approach featuring high scalability, as well as a quality assurance and continuous improvement mechanism  ...  It mainly covers any technical aspects for digital delivery. The delivery procedure maps to the deliver and retired life cycle stages.  ... 
doi:10.3233/hsm-201049 fatcat:dpndpz7iz5ewzlho7axgj7flba

Implementation of Digital Technologies Into the Educational Process

Eva Panulinova, Slavka Harabinova, Renata Baskova
2021 International Journal of Education and Information Technologies  
Revolutionary changes in society are linked to digital technologies and affect all areas of social life, not excluding construction industry.  ...  The current demand of practice is to increase the knowledge and competences of graduates of civil engineering faculties in the field of introduction and use of digital technologies in the process of planning  ...  It is about creating and managing data throughout the entire life cycle of a building.  ... 
doi:10.46300/9109.2021.15.40 fatcat:tmrayntnivgu3bymdf4mudka3e

Digital transformation of learning processes and the development of competencies in the virtual machine-building enterprise environment

B Pozdneev, A Tolok, P Ovchinnikov, I Kupriyanenko, A Levchenko, V Sharovatov
2019 Journal of Physics, Conference Series  
E-Portfolio model has been developed in accordance with the requirements of the standards GOST R 57720-2017 and ISO/IEC TR 20013:2015 to manage the digital competency development in the learning process  ...  In the future, the pilot project "Virtual Machine-Building Enterprise" should be the basis for the formation of a digital technological university model.  ...  The second axis "Life Cycle and Value Stream" of RAMI4.0 displays the life cycle of production facilities and products.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1742-6596/1278/1/012008 fatcat:o4ikb2oexfa7bm6jaxke7a3soe

Digital Leadership in Higher Education

Ulf-Daniel Ehlers
2020 Journal of Higher Education Policy And Leadership Studies  
Despite managers occupying a key role for successful change processes, surprisingly we have little research on digital transformation processes in HEIs.  ...  Furthermore, only a few attempts exist to date (and to the author's knowledge) that aim at identifying the dimensions of (good) HEleadership in the light of the increasing digital pressure for change.  ...  Usage extent of digital content and instruments for teaching purposes and for the digital student life cycle 2.  ... 
doi:10.29252/johepal.1.3.6 fatcat:cbcntcczpjdonahkbki3cyuh7m

The Concept of Enterprise BIM: Current Research Practice and Future Trends

Bjoern Godager, Erling Onstein, Lizhen Huang
2021 IEEE Access  
The construction industry lacks a comprehensive and holistic way of utilizing Building Information Modeling (BIM) throughout a building's life-cycle, where the transition to Asset Management (AM) and Facility  ...  To achieve a higher and more efficient utilization of building data, however, EBIMs need to develop a clear life-cycle-based information management strategy, including coordination and communication between  ...  This itself leads to knowledge being gathered and utilised in new ways by means of knowledge management during the life-cycle.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3065116 fatcat:reobxkrpxfcileelbcqyfes7ja

Ecosystem-based Theoretical Models for Learning in Environments of the 21st Century

Christian Guetl, Vanessa Chang
2008 International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET)  
Although there is an increasing interest in the E-learning 2.0 topic, there is a lack of concrete and sufficient models.  ...  Thus, modern ICT-based learning approaches are required and E-Learning 2.0 is a promising and interesting approach in this context.  ...  Digital rights management is seen as integrative part in these processes in content management. (4) Tools and applications address software which support the content life cycle, and consequently is also  ... 
doi:10.3991/ijet.v3i1.742 fatcat:j5qdmuuk2jb43nedgt6xja2d2m

Product Lifecycle Management: Sustainability and knowledge management as keys in a complex system of product development

Maria Giovanna Trotta
2010 Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management  
as a design requirement from the conceptual phase through the entire product lifecycle.  ...  It offers an overview and compares different approaches to share knowledge, to carry out innovation and to reduce CO2 emissions, materials and energy, as well as developing regulation compliance treated  ...  Management: Sustainability and knowledge management as keys in… 314M.  ... 
doi:10.3926/jiem.2010.v3n2.p309-322 fatcat:k6vozq7fqzbtlo3jwjus5l2i44

Digital enterprise technology--defining perspectives and research priorities

Pg Maropoulos
2003 International journal of computer integrated manufacturing (Print)  
In this context, Digital Enterprise Technology (DET) can be defined as 'the collection of systems and methods for the digital modelling of the global product development and realization process, in the  ...  context of lifecycle management'.  ...  The support of the industrial collaborators, especially Astrium Ltd, is also gratefully acknowledged, as is the contribution of Professor William Reiter of Oregon State University and Dr Elfed Roberts  ... 
doi:10.1080/0951192031000115787 fatcat:ygj6hqpgpbbttcdc2gdj5fku7u
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