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THE NEXT-GENERATION INFORMATION EXCHANGE FRAMEWORK FOR ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING: FRAMEWORK IMPLEMENTATION PROJECT FROM THE GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECH

Authors: Andrew Dugenske et al.
Company: Georgia Institute of Tech.
Date Published: 9/21/2003   Conference: SMTA International


Abstract: It is critical to link all the parts of a manufacturing operation - from the shop floor to the executive offices. The Georgia Institute of Technology’s Manufacturing Research Center’s Framework Implementation Project (FIP) gives manufacturers a unique opportunity to connect the business side of manufacturing with real-time shop floor information while achieving efficiency, accuracy and significant cost savings.

The FIP is using live factory environments to prove that electronics manufacturers can reduce the cost and time of manufacturing their products by decreasing the complexity of communication among shop floor equipment and enterprise applications like ERP solutions. And because a flexible ERP backbone is a critical contributor to the interoperability of a manufacturing enterprise.

Key words: CAMX, ERP, manufacturing, communication, supply chain, MES.



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