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Ernst PESSL INDUSTRY 4 . 0 AND SUSTAINABILITY IMPACTS : CRITICAL DISCUSSION OF SUSTAINABILITY ASPECTS WITH A SPECIAL FOCUS ON FUTURE OF WORK AND ECOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES

@inproceedings{Gabriel2016ErnstPI,
  title={Ernst PESSL INDUSTRY 4 . 0 AND SUSTAINABILITY IMPACTS : CRITICAL DISCUSSION OF SUSTAINABILITY ASPECTS WITH A SPECIAL FOCUS ON FUTURE OF WORK AND ECOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES},
  author={Magdalena Zazirska Gabriel},
  year={2016}
}
ABSTACT: Today, manufacturing companies are confronted by a variety of external factors (small delivery units, high variety of products, shorter delivery times and product life cycles or high quality requirements) that makes the production process even more complicated. Due to this increase in complexity, an intuitive production planning is no longer possible. To counteract this problem new production approaches are essential. A recent approach, which is well discussed in theory and practice… 

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