Toward an Anthropocentric Approach for Hybrid Control Architectures: Case of a Furniture Factory

@inproceedings{Valette2018TowardAA,
  title={Toward an Anthropocentric Approach for Hybrid Control Architectures: Case of a Furniture Factory},
  author={Etienne Valette and H. B. Haouzi and Guillaume Demesure and V. Boucinha},
  booktitle={SOHOMA},
  year={2018}
}
Typology of goods and services’ consumption has changed. In order to adapt to this change, it is relevant for a company to turn toward new ways of production and management. Slowly, the concept of industry 4.0 starts to set up in manufacturing companies. Research on hybrid control systems favours achieving automated and flexible production system through “jidoka” (or autonomation) and Just In Time principles. Still, studies stay mainly techno-centred rather than anthropocentric. Parisot company… Expand

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