Diagnostic 4.0 du système physique de production : modèle de référence d’audit des gammes de production

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DOI :

https://doi.org/10.53102/2021.35.01.858

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audit et diagnostic, propriétés d’analyse, système physique de production, visualisation des connaissances

Résumé

L’industrie 4.0 est le résultat de la convergence entre l’industrie et le numérique. L’industrie 4.0 repose sur une relation homme-machine plus collaborative. Cette collaboration de type réseau est caractérisée par une communication continue et instantanée entre les moyens de productions et d’approvisionnement. Ce qui permet une surveillance continue d’éventuelles dérives de performance du système physique de production. Cependant, la qualité de cette nouvelle organisation en réseau des moyens de production dépend de la qualité des conditions initiales du système physique de production. Pour contribuer au diagnostic du système physique de production, ce papier propose un modèle de référence d’audit des gammes de production.

Biographies des auteurs

David Damand, Humanis EM Strasbourg

David Damand est Maitre de Conférences en science de gestion à l’EM Strasbourg (Université de Strasbourg) et chercheur au laboratoire HUMANIS. Il enseigne la gestion de production. Ses travaux de recherche portent sur l’aide à la décision en planification de système de production et sur la conception d’entrepôt logistique.

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Marc Barth, INSA-Strasbourg, Humanis EM Strasbourg

Marc Barth est maître de conférences habilité à diriger les recherches à l’INSA de Strasbourg et son laboratoire d’accueil est Humanis de l’EM Strasbourg. Ses travaux concernent la modélisation pour la conception et l’amélioration des systèmes de la supply chain.

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Abdellatif Dkhil, Université du Québec, Ecole de Technologie Supérieure, LIPPS

Abdehlatif Dhkil : est professeur associé en génie industriel à l’Ecole de Technologie Supérieur - Département de génie de la production automatisée (Université du Québec à Montreal, Canada) et chercheur au LIPPS (Laboratoire d’Ingénierie des Produits, Procédés et Systèmes). Ses recherches portent sur la conception de systèmes de production et la représentation de carte cognitives pour l’analyse.

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Damand, D., Barth, M., & Dkhil, A. (2021). Diagnostic 4.0 du système physique de production : modèle de référence d’audit des gammes de production. Revue Française De Gestion Industrielle, 35(1), 24–39. https://doi.org/10.53102/2021.35.01.858

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