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2022-07-28
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Realizing the five integrations of intelligent factory Abstract: realizing intelligent factory requires the effective combination of the four elements of intelligent manufacturing (intelligent products, people, materials and factories), as well as the integration of customer integration, intelligence integration, vertical integration, horizontal integration and value chain. Through the integration of these five aspects, the value of manufacturing can be condensed together to produce greater value

the realization of intelligent factory requires the effective combination of the four elements of intelligent manufacturing (intelligent products, people, materials and factories), as well as the integration of five aspects: customer integration, intelligence integration, vertical integration, horizontal integration and value chain integration. Through the integration of these five aspects, the manufacturing value can be condensed together to produce greater value

I. customer integration

customer is the center of intelligent manufacturing, the realization of customer integration, and the starting point of intelligent manufacturing. Organically integrating customer needs through certain intelligent technologies will certainly multiply the value of manufacturing

there are two scenarios for customer integration:

the first scenario is a large number of differentiated requirements. Although each demand is different, the total demand is large. This is economies of scope, creating value through diversification

the second situation is the commonness concentration in personalized requirements. This situation is economies of scale in economies of scope, which is more valuable

in the intelligent manufacturing system, customers are an intelligent element. They have intelligent and tablet computers, and can effectively integrate customers into the intelligent manufacturing environment through mobile networks

the process of intelligent manufacturing system integrating customers should be: attract customers to corresponding stations through o2o tools (such as subway, shopping malls and ubiquitous QR codes), Download app, and enter an interactive community after registering and logging in app. In this community, customers can book products, provide suggestions, see the products that can turn the oil return valve into production, change their needs, release their use experience, or communicate and share their feelings with other customers. Customers can invite relatives and friends to join the community, thus doubling the customer group. For customers who like different products, a more targeted subdivision community space can be established to integrate customers into the product creation process. Such a process is the integration of customers, so that scattered needs become an organic whole, driving manufacturing innovation

therefore, customers should be the beginning of intelligent manufacturing

II. Intelligence integration

Zhang Ruimin said: the world is the R & D Department of an enterprise, and the world is also the human resources department of an enterprise. The long experiment conducted by the interconnection and mobile mutual manufacturers should be the development of the ceramic bending resistance experiment Association, so that enterprises can integrate the intelligence of the world and form the strongest brain of enterprises. It can integrate big data resources around the world that not only cause poor enterprise benefits, but also analyze and study various trends; It can integrate the most authoritative experts in the world to lead the trend; It can integrate the best production personnel in the world and work carefully

three years of development and vertical integration

in the intelligent factory, sensors, intelligent machines at all levels, industrial robots, intelligent workshops and products are organically integrated through vertical integration, while ensuring that these information can be transmitted to the ERP system to support horizontal integration and end-to-end value chain integration

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