Product and Process Information for Motor Vehicle Assembly: Some Cognitive Engineering Aspects
Conference contribution, 2001

This publication partly explains how we had managed amalgamate manufacturing engineering according to our interpretation and e.g. Gestalt psychology (i.e. for the most socio-technically advanced assembly system designs). This is something that is elaborated further and better repetitively in other publications registered in Chalmers Public Library (CPL) (especially is this the case in some of the latest preprints/manuscripts that are registered). That is, how the learning and training principles advocated by the senior research competency within vocational learning and training were realised in practice for full-scale production purposes.

learning and training

advanced assembly systems

manufacturing technology

parallel product flows

material kitting

materials feeding techniques

long work cycle times

autonomous workgroups

sociotechnology

cognitive aspect of work

restructuring of information systems

work structuring"

assembly work

Author

Tomas Engström

Department of Transportation and Logistics

Lars Medbo

Department of Transportation and Logistics

Seminar Comparisons of Management Practices between Japan and Sweden at School of Business, Economics and Law at Göteborg University
Göteborg, Sweden,

Subject Categories

Production Engineering, Human Work Science and Ergonomics

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8/24/2018