doi: 10.17586/2226-1494-2018-18-3-421-427


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

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For citation: Gurjanov A.V., Zakoldaev D.A., Zharinov I.O., Nechaev V.A. Design concepts for digital project and production companies of Industry 4.0 standard. Scientific and Technical Journal of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, 2018, vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 421–427 (in Russian). doi: 10.17586/2226-1494-2018-18-3-421-4


Subject of Research. The paper proposes work organization schemes for the project and production companies of the Industry4.0 standard in the mould of «digital factory» and «smart factory». The companies of the «digital factory» and «smart factory» types are the basis for the high-tech production in the future, which are being developed in the Russian Federation as a part of the National technological initiative in the «Tekhnet» direction.Method.We applied organization methods for project and production works in the development and manufacturing of item designing components in the conditions of the future factories on the basis of the automated design general theory in the item designing field.Main Results.It is shown that implementation effect of the proposed organization principles for project and production companies in the factories of the future format can contribute to the transfer of the Russian Federation industrial economy sector to work with the digital technologies. The main research results are the project and production work schemes in the Industry 4.0 companies of «digital factory» and «smart factory» types. Practical Relevance. The results of this research can be applied in the development of automation design algorithms for instrument making (machine manufacturing) digital production operating in the conditions of the Russian Federation digital economy.

Keywords: Industry 4.0, designing, production, scheme, company

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