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Analys av produktionsuppföljningssystem

Hadi, Ahmad and Larsson, Magnus (2008) MMTM01 20081
Production and Materials Engineering
Abstract (Swedish)
This master thesis is a part of the research project named TESSPA which is carried
out at the department of Industrial Production at Lund Institute of Technology.
The purpose of this research project is to develop a work methodology and an IT -
support to identify different options of production development in order to make
production companies more efficient and competitive.
Within the TESSPA - project a mathematical model develops and tests. This
model contents all different costs and factors that affects the total production cost
for a produced unit. The aim is to develop an unique IT - support in relation to the
model, which gives the opportunity to value and connect all parts in the production
development chain. At the same... (More)
This master thesis is a part of the research project named TESSPA which is carried
out at the department of Industrial Production at Lund Institute of Technology.
The purpose of this research project is to develop a work methodology and an IT -
support to identify different options of production development in order to make
production companies more efficient and competitive.
Within the TESSPA - project a mathematical model develops and tests. This
model contents all different costs and factors that affects the total production cost
for a produced unit. The aim is to develop an unique IT - support in relation to the
model, which gives the opportunity to value and connect all parts in the production
development chain. At the same time the IT - support will make it possible to split
the detail production cost into every step in the manufacturing chain. This will
make it possible to measure the result of different development efforts against each
other in order to make it easier finding the most profitable ones, which means the
lowest detail cost. At the market exists different kinds of softwares connected to
company production lines, but no software fill the TESSPA - requirements.
The aim of the present Master Thesis is to invent and analyse performance in
existing production follow - up systems at different companies. The study is
focused on three companies engaged in the TESSPA - project and one company
not engaged in the project. The report is also intended to companies who supply
and develop high - performance softwares and the authors have made restrictions
due to the report time schedule.
During the investigations it was important to distinguish between systems at the
market and how these systems are used at the analysed companies.
A several production follow - up systems and one business system has been
investigated and analysed in the view of the TESSPA - requirements. It became
relevant to analyse the companies production follow-up in its entirety to value
their access to the required TESSPA - parameters. By interviews with different
software suppliers it has been concluded that the existing systems are possible to
develop and adapt in order to meet the TESSPA - specifications. A such
development requires knowledge and consciousness in the TESSPA - concept at both developers and users, the manufacturing companies. The manufacturing
companies influence the development by their software requirements while the demand is the most important development factor. (Less)
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Hadi, Ahmad and Larsson, Magnus
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MMTM01 20081
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H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
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language
Swedish
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3051587
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  abstract     = {This master thesis is a part of the research project named TESSPA which is carried
out at the department of Industrial Production at Lund Institute of Technology.
The purpose of this research project is to develop a work methodology and an IT -
support to identify different options of production development in order to make
production companies more efficient and competitive.
Within the TESSPA - project a mathematical model develops and tests. This
model contents all different costs and factors that affects the total production cost
for a produced unit. The aim is to develop an unique IT - support in relation to the
model, which gives the opportunity to value and connect all parts in the production
development chain. At the same time the IT - support will make it possible to split
the detail production cost into every step in the manufacturing chain. This will
make it possible to measure the result of different development efforts against each
other in order to make it easier finding the most profitable ones, which means the
lowest detail cost. At the market exists different kinds of softwares connected to
company production lines, but no software fill the TESSPA - requirements.
The aim of the present Master Thesis is to invent and analyse performance in
existing production follow - up systems at different companies. The study is
focused on three companies engaged in the TESSPA - project and one company
not engaged in the project. The report is also intended to companies who supply
and develop high - performance softwares and the authors have made restrictions
due to the report time schedule.
During the investigations it was important to distinguish between systems at the
market and how these systems are used at the analysed companies.
A several production follow - up systems and one business system has been
investigated and analysed in the view of the TESSPA - requirements. It became
relevant to analyse the companies production follow-up in its entirety to value
their access to the required TESSPA - parameters. By interviews with different
software suppliers it has been concluded that the existing systems are possible to
develop and adapt in order to meet the TESSPA - specifications. A such
development requires knowledge and consciousness in the TESSPA - concept at both developers and users, the manufacturing companies. The manufacturing
companies influence the development by their software requirements while the demand is the most important development factor.},
  author       = {Hadi, Ahmad and Larsson, Magnus},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Analys av produktionsuppföljningssystem},
  year         = {2008},
}