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Maskinstyrning på arbetsplatsen - Förändringar vid implementering av ny teknik i anläggningsbranschen

Werner, Jenny (2016)
LTH School of Engineering in Helsingborg
Abstract
Machine control with GPS allows machinists to operate using a digital model as reference instead of the traditionally used methods. This leads to other duties and a different flow at the worksite. The purpose of this study is to examine how various professions have changed with the development of machine controlled equipment and also how the work methods can be optimized. A series of interviews have been performed with the purpose of examining how various professionals see machine controlling altering their day to day duties, but also how they view the ongoing development process. The interviews form the base of the thesis along with a literature study where information from previous studies has been presented. The result seems to be that... (More)
Machine control with GPS allows machinists to operate using a digital model as reference instead of the traditionally used methods. This leads to other duties and a different flow at the worksite. The purpose of this study is to examine how various professions have changed with the development of machine controlled equipment and also how the work methods can be optimized. A series of interviews have been performed with the purpose of examining how various professionals see machine controlling altering their day to day duties, but also how they view the ongoing development process. The interviews form the base of the thesis along with a literature study where information from previous studies has been presented. The result seems to be that responsibility, communication and time management may change in the future. By having those responsible for planning and design creating a model ready for use in the machines a lot of time can be saved in production. Survey controllers will not be needed in the same extent as machine controlling develops, they will still be needed for some tasks but not to the same extent as previously. Machinists will be getting an increased responsibility with machine control whilst foremen and site managers won’t be affected much outside of planning. New techniques allow for a larger amount of control from the site office and can help streamline assignments with the reduction in movements. However, it is important that the workplace does not become too static where communication and in extent, coordination and motivation suffers. (Less)
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Werner, Jenny
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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maskinstyrning, anläggningsmodell, effektivisering, planering, 3d-modellering
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Swedish
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8896003
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  abstract     = {Machine control with GPS allows machinists to operate using a digital model as reference instead of the traditionally used methods. This leads to other duties and a different flow at the worksite. The purpose of this study is to examine how various professions have changed with the development of machine controlled equipment and also how the work methods can be optimized. A series of interviews have been performed with the purpose of examining how various professionals see machine controlling altering their day to day duties, but also how they view the ongoing development process. The interviews form the base of the thesis along with a literature study where information from previous studies has been presented. The result seems to be that responsibility, communication and time management may change in the future. By having those responsible for planning and design creating a model ready for use in the machines a lot of time can be saved in production. Survey controllers will not be needed in the same extent as machine controlling develops, they will still be needed for some tasks but not to the same extent as previously. Machinists will be getting an increased responsibility with machine control whilst foremen and site managers won’t be affected much outside of planning. New techniques allow for a larger amount of control from the site office and can help streamline assignments with the reduction in movements. However, it is important that the workplace does not become too static where communication and in extent, coordination and motivation suffers.},
  author       = {Werner, Jenny},
  keyword      = {maskinstyrning,anläggningsmodell,effektivisering,planering,3d-modellering},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Maskinstyrning på arbetsplatsen - Förändringar vid implementering av ny teknik i anläggningsbranschen},
  year         = {2016},
}