The market for Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology (RT/AT) products is expanding. Between ten and seventeen percent of the population of European Union are documented as disabled. Many companies perceive the market to be to fragmented to invest in large batch or flow production methods...
Published inProceedings of the 13th Irish Manufacturing Committee
Proceedings of the 13th Irish Manufacturing Committee
Pages797 - 804
CitationTORRENS, G. ... et al, 1996. Using modularity to produce more competitive assistive technology products. IN: Hillery, M.T. (ed.). IMC-13: Re-engineering for World Class Manufacturing. Proceedings of the Thirteenth Conference of the Irish Manufacturing Committee, 4th - 6th September 1996, University of Limerick. Limerick: Faculty of Engineering, Department of Manufacturing and Operations Engineering, University of Limerick, pp. 797 - 804
PublisherFaculty of Engineering, Department of Manufacturing and Operations Engineering, University of Limerick
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