Hibridação de um sistema flexível de produção: possibilidades de aplicação do conceito de antropocentrismo
Hybridation of a flexible production system: possibilities for an application of the anthropocentrism concept
António Moniz (),
Paula Oliveira and
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Today one can understand the wider use of the anthropocentrism concept applied to the production architectures, emerging a new value of the intuitive capacities and human knowledge in the optimization and flexibilization of the manufacturing processes. Having a flexible production and assembly system architecture that exists at UNINOVA-CRI, we will try to develop some exploratory hypothesis on the applicability of the hybridizing concept and its repercussions in the definition of working places, in their organization and formation of working teams. We will underline some aspects that should be taken into consideration when are design such systems, including some ergonomical aspects.
Keywords: anthropocentrism; human-oriented systems; production architectures; manufacturing processes; flexibilization; working teams; ergonomy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: J81 L23 O14 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 1996-02, Revised 1995-11
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Published in Proceedings das Jornadas de PPP/AC, Ordem dos Engenheiros 5 (1996): pp. 1-8
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