Guest editorial: special issue on digitial enterprise technology

P.G. Maropoulos, J. Jamshidi, A. Nassehi, S.T. Newman

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    This Proceedings volume contains selected papers from the Fourth International CIRP-sponsored, Conference on Digital Enterprise Technology (DET2007), which was held at the University of Bath, UK, 19–21 September 2007. All selected papers have been suitably enhanced for publication in the Journal and have undergone full review.
    Digital enterprise technology (DET) is ‘the collection of systems and methods for the digital modelling and analysis of the global product development and realization process, in the context of lifecycle management.’ The principal aim of the DET concept is to provide a coherent context for the development and integration of the various digital technologies that underpin modern design and manufacturing. These technologies can be classified according to the following five key areas.
    1. Distributed and collaborative design.
    2. Process modelling and process planning.
    3. Advanced factory design and modelling.
    4. Physical-to-digital environment integrators–verification.
    5. Enterprise integration technologies.
    This special issue is representative of the wide breadth of the DET concept including; a comprehensive review of digital engineering, design processes, digital modelling of machine tools, forming, robotics and machining processes, verification and metrology, and dynamic networks. It is particularly pleasing to see the development of metrology as a key aspect of modern manufacturing technology, linking design intent to process capability.
    The papers published herein will facilitate the exploration of new and evolving research concepts by the international research community and will influence the development of international standards for the application of DET technologies.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)i
    Number of pages1
    JournalProceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture
    Volume223
    Issue number5
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    Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2009

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    Guest editorial : special issue on digitial enterprise technology. / Maropoulos, P.G.; Jamshidi, J.; Nassehi, A.; Newman, S.T.

    In: Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture, Vol. 223, No. 5, 01.05.2009, p. i.

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