Hiromu Nakazawa

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The limits of Taylorism are alive and well in today's manufacturing systems. Automation does have to constrain human ability creativity, judgement and skill, and undermine human dignity. The paper presents an interactive concept of manufacturing. “Human-Oriented Manufacturing Systems” (HOMS), which aims to achieve high flexibility and quality of production(More)
(HOMS)-Does it suggest a new type of robot? Today, human needs have been left behind in a lot of social institutions like science, technology a nd many oth­ ers. Against this trend we proposed the concept of human-oriented manufac­ turing system (HaMS) in 1990 in Intelligent Manufacturing System (IMS) project. This paper introduces the concept and one of(More)
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