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工程英文论文代写:Advanced Industrial And Manufacturing Systems

论文作者:英语论文网论文属性:学期论文 termpaper登出时间:2012-05-16编辑:dawm_zhong点击率:2697

论文字数:3965论文编号:org201205161117544228语种:英语论文 English地区:中国价格:免费论文

关键词:Advanced IndustrialManufacturing Systemsengineering

摘要:Scope of this assignment is to present the consequences of the use of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems in the word Market and in some specific categories of Companies by giving examples and stating advantages and withdraws of the implementation of the ERP in each case.留学生论文代写

CHAPTER 1

 

1.1 Prologue

 

Scope of this assignment is to present the consequences of the use of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems in the word Market and in some specific categories of Companies by giving examples and stating advantages and withdraws of the implementation of the ERP in each case. Moreover a historical approach is been given of how MRP evolved to MRPII and that to ERP. It's essential to add the effort been made to explain and understand the reasons for this evolution and where ERP is going from here.

 

1.2 Description of MRP II production Management Systems

 

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are multi-module application software solutions that integrate and provide desired data in real-time to users in any part of a http://www.51lunwen.org/StudentPapers/ manufacturing enterprise. Furthermore (ERP) is a method of using the latest technology to bind various applications across an entire company.

Typically, ERP systems outline the major functions in the manufacturing environment:

•Production planning and management.
•Production scheduling.
•Tracking orders and orders management.
•Inventory management and distribution.
•Product costing.
•Parts Purchasing.
•Company Finances management.
•Human Resources management
•Interacting with Suppliers.
•Providing Customer Services.
The enterprise database is critical to all the activities and is the nerve center of the ERP system.

 

1.3 Description of JIT production Management Systems

 

CHAPTER 2

 

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RFID
Radio frequency identification (RFID) systems provide a powerful technology for tracking the movement of goods throughout the supply chain. RFID systems use tiny tags with embedded microchips containing data about an item and its location to transmit radio signals over a short distance to special RFID readers. The RFID readers then pass the data over a network to a computer for processing. Unlike bar codes, RFID tags do not need line-of-sight contact to be read.

The transponder, or RFID tag, is electronically programmed with information that can uniquely identify an item, such as an electronic identification code, plus other information about the item, such as its location, where and when it was made, or its status during production. Embedded in the tag is a microchip for storing the data. The rest of the tag is an antenna that transmits data to the reader.

The reader unit consists of an antenna and radio transmitter with a decoding capability attached to a stationary or handheld device. The reader emits radio waves in ranges anywhere from 1 inch to 100 feet, depending on its power http://www.51lunwen.org/StudentPapers/ output, the radio frequency employed, and surrounding environmental conditions. When a RFID tag comes within the range of the reader, the tag is activated and starts sending data. The reader captures these data, decodes them, and sends them back over a wired or wireless network to a host computer for further processing (see Figure 9-10). Both RFID tags and antennas come in a variety of shapes and sizes.

 

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