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Information Technology for Engineering and Manufacturing

Published

Author(s)

Michael Gruninger, Barbara L. Goldstein, Kevin G. Brady, Simon Szykman, Charles R. McLean, Joshua Lubell

Abstract

Advances in information technology are frequently cited as the basis for the continued growth of the U.S. economy. Manufacturers use information technology products to increase productivity, to decrease time-to-market, to lower supply chain costs, and to expand their global reach. This conference examines the key problems facing manufacturers as they deploy the latest information technology applications: Product Data Management, Manufacturing Simulation, Knowledge-Aided Engineering, Process Representation, Electronic Commerce, eXtensible Markup Language (XML) for Systems Integration.
Conference Dates
July 24, 2000
Conference Location
Gaithersburg, MD
Conference Title
Information Technology for Engineering and Manufacturing (ITEM), 2000 Conference

Keywords

electronic commerce, interoperability, knowledge-aided engineering, knowledge-aided engineering, knowledge-aided engineering, knowledge-aided engineering, manufacturing simulation, manufacturing simulation, manufacturing simulation, manufacturing simulation, product data management, XML

Citation

Gruninger, M. , Goldstein, B. , Brady, K. , Szykman, S. , McLean, C. and Lubell, J. (2000), Information Technology for Engineering and Manufacturing, Information Technology for Engineering and Manufacturing (ITEM), 2000 Conference, Gaithersburg, MD (Accessed September 23, 2021)
Created May 10, 2000, Updated February 19, 2017