Effects of Information Content in Work Instructions for Operator Performance
Paper i proceeding, 2018

Operators remain as important resources in complex final assembly. To sustain a multi-variant production, it is necessary for operators to manage high demands from a cognitive workload perspective. In such situations, work instructions can support operators cognitively. However, work instructions are often insufficient or unused in final assembly. In this paper, results from testbed experiments are presented where assembly work was supported by different types of work instructions with differing information content. Results indicate that operator performance in terms of perceived cognitive workload and information quality are affected by the presented content of information in work instructions.

information content

operator performance

CPPS-testbed

work instructions

final assembly

Författare

Sandra Mattsson

Chalmers, Industri- och materialvetenskap, Produktionssystem

Dan Li

Chalmers, Industri- och materialvetenskap, Produktionssystem

Omkar Salunkhe

Chalmers, Industri- och materialvetenskap, Produktionssystem

Åsa Fasth Berglund

Chalmers, Industri- och materialvetenskap, Produktionssystem

Anders Skoogh

Chalmers, Industri- och materialvetenskap, Produktionssystem

Jesper Broberg

MVV Information Technology AB

Procedia Manufacturing

2351-9789 (eISSN)

Vol. 25 628-635

8th Swedish Production Symposium, SPS 2018
Stockholm, Sweden,

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Ämneskategorier

Produktionsteknik, arbetsvetenskap och ergonomi

Mänsklig interaktion med IKT

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Produktion

DOI

10.1016/j.promfg.2018.06.092

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