DOI: 10.17586/2226-1494-2018-18-1-106-112


ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT FLOW BETWEEN PROJECT, PRODUCTION AND OPERATING ENTERPRISES IN THE CONTEXT OF INDUSTRY 4.0 DIGITAL ECONOMY

A. V. Guryanov, A. V. Shukalov , D. A. Zakoldaev, I. O. Zharinov, V. A. Nechaev


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For citation: Gurjanov A.V., Shukalov A.V., Zakoldaev D.A., Zharinov I.O., Nechaev V.A. Electronic document flow between project, production and operating enterprises in the context of Industry 4.0 digital economy. Scientific and Technical Journal of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, 2018, vol. 18, no. 1, pp. 106–112 (in Russian). doi: 10.17586/2226-1494-2018-18-1-106-112

Abstract

 Subject of Research.We propose organizational schemesforelectronic document flow of design, program and technological documentation for instrument-making items in the companies, which run according to the rules of Industry 3.0 and according to the digital design and production rules of Industry 4.0. The most important point in the item life cycle is the exploitation documentcirculation at the stage of «designing-manufacturing-exploitation». Method.We used organization methods of project and manufacturing works for the instrument-making items production within the conditions of pilot-scale and full-scale production based on the general theory of automation design. Main Results.It is shown that the effect of the most advanced industrial technology implementation in the electronic document flow can be achieved through the application of project and manufacturing company archives based on the technologies of the Internet of things and cloud-based computing as means of technical support. The most important research result is the development of some organizational schemes for interaction between manufacturer, designer and exploiter in the view of exploitation documentation for the instrument-making item usage. Practical Relevance.The results of this research can be implemented  for the creation of instrument-making (machine manufacturing) automation design algorithms for digital production, operating within the conditions of Industry 4.0 digital economy. The presented organizational schemes of the electronic exploitation document flow can be reasonably implemented for the practice of situational support in the exploitation of instrument-making items


Keywords: electronic document flow, exploitation documentation, Industry 3.0, Industry 4.0

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