An ontology for global production network design and reconfiguration
conference contributionposted on 05.10.2015 by Claire Palmer, Esmond Urwin, Ester P. Rodriguez, Francisco S. Cid, Jose M. Pinazo-Sanchez, Sonja Pajkovska-Goceva, Robert I.M. Young
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Organisations constantly seek to improve and fully exploit global production networks. This can be to provide more competitive solutions to customer requests, to exploit potential new technologies or to consider new business models based on the servitisation of products. To support such decisions requires the interchange and evaluation of information from a wide range of different and varied sources. This paper puts forward a reference ontology aimed at supporting businesses who seek to design, configure and reconfigure global production networks. The aim of this is to support interoperability between information systems within multi-domain contexts.
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering