Global engineering and manufacturing in enterprise networks - GLOBEMEN

Jarmo Laitinen, Martin Ollus, Matti Hannus

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Abstract

The GLOBEMEN project aims to create IT infrastructures and related tools to support globally distributed and dynamically networked operations in one of-a-kind industries. The aim is to guide and encourage the industry and IT vendors to develop and adopt improved IT infrastructures by combining the views and requirements of various industries. The project will demonstrate a functionality, which offers IT vendors attractive marker opportunities for product development satisfying the needs of various industries world-wide. The measurable and tangible objectives of the project are to: (1) define industrial requirements and (2) compliant architectures for globally distributed product life cycle management, customer support, project and manufaciuring management in the virtual enterprise, (3) implement proof of concept in indusirial prototypes, (4) demonstrate core features of the architecture and (5) promote deployment by IT vendors, manufacturing industry, academia and standardisation.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationE-business: Key Issues, Applications and Technologies
EditorsBrian Stanford-Smith, Paul Kidd
PublisherIOS Press
Pages646-651
ISBN (Print)1-58603-089-2, 4-274-90400-8
Publication statusPublished - 2000
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
EventeBusiness and eWork Conference, e2000 - Madrid, Spain
Duration: 18 Oct 200020 Oct 2000

Conference

ConferenceeBusiness and eWork Conference, e2000
CountrySpain
CityMadrid
Period18/10/0020/10/00

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    Laitinen, J., Ollus, M., & Hannus, M. (2000). Global engineering and manufacturing in enterprise networks - GLOBEMEN. In B. Stanford-Smith, & P. Kidd (Eds.), E-business: Key Issues, Applications and Technologies (pp. 646-651). IOS Press.