uk Auto Business News - 02 August 2012 Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), a United States-based automaker, is developing a complete virtual factory to simulate the full assembly line production process.
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VF stands for Virtual Factory
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In Section 2, the Factory of the Future is described according to literature and a Virtual Factory Framework (VFF) is presented, which is a specific approach of supporting and improving future factories.
Participants can also take a virtual factory tour and take part in an online resource efficiency conference.
Gateshead-based Scientia Solutions has been picked by Yorkshire Forward to provide the technology for its Virtual Enterprise Network (VEN) programme, which aims to provide the UK with its first regional virtual factory capability.
The National Electronics Manufacturing Initiative (NEMI, Herndon, VA) announced that IPC (Northbrook, IL) has published final specifications for three Product Data eXchange (PDX) standards developed by NEMI's Virtual Factory Information Interchange Project (VFIIP).
The virtual factory can include all the changes a manager would like to make in the real factory risk-free.
It's like having a virtual factory move into your town and paying your people good wages.
A Swanlind spokesman said that the virtual factory, which shows work either through goggles or on a lap top screen, meant that trainees could experiment with making costly and possibly dangerous mistakes.