Determining the Economic Effect from Automation in Production
Darina Matisková () and
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Darina Matisková: Technical University in Kosice
Ladislav Mura: Technical University in Kosice
from Óbuda University, Keleti Faculty of Business and Management
The article is about determine the economic effect from automation in Production. The transition from current engineering to the complex automated and highly mechanical production is inevitable. The problem is mainly in the organization of such process grandiose by its nature so that no social aspects contravened the economic ones. Declarations that mechanization and automation are important instruments to eliminate manual work are often one-sidely explained. Automation is understood to be the process of making a man free of its participation in servicing any production instruments that basically remain unchanged.
Keywords: automation; economic effect; productivity and reliability; competition (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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