Development of Assembly Competence in Parallelized Flow Assembly Systems
Konferensbidrag (offentliggjort, men ej förlagsutgivet), 1994

This publication explains the competence development (in form of the length of work cycle times, which were not fixed) within the Volvo Uddevalla plant. Note the minimum work cycle time was 1/4 of an automobile (an inventible result due to the sociotechnically advanced of assembly system design) (in fact, quite ingeniously carried out). The advance material feeding technique was the reason for this competence level (a result of the research and development work within some of the authors' experimental workshops).

restructuring of information systems

work structurin

manufacturing technology

assembly work

long work cycle times

sociotechnology

alternatives to line assembly

learning and training

ergonomics

materials feeding techniques

Volvo Uddevalla plant

Författare

Tomas Engström

Institutionen för transportteknik

Dan Jonsson

Göteborgs universitet

Lars Medbo

Institutionen för transportteknik

Human Factors in Organizational Design and Management - IV, Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Human Factors in Organizational Design and Management - ODAM, Stockholm, Bradley, G. E. and Henrick, H. W. (eds.), North-Holland, London,. s. 249 - 234.
Stockholm, Sweden,

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