Integrated Industrial Control Developmental Concepts

Cheliustkin, A. (1975). Integrated Industrial Control Developmental Concepts. IIASA Working Paper. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: WP-75-037

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Many existing industrial management and control systems are not based on an integrated systems concept. This is largely due to the fact that the production control systems have been developed independently and separately from the management systems. The local control systems aimed at monitoring technological units or transport facilities have virtually no links with the management information systems designed for inventory control, planning and dispatch of production. This failure to exploit the potential power of applied systems analysis is caused, on the one hand, by the complexity of the integrated problem and the lack of general concepts and approaches to its solution. At the same time the people who have developed such limited systems have extremely detailed but narrow experience. To create a process control system, a deep knowledge of the technology is required and these systems are usually designed to make full use of technological equipment. In developing managerial systems, specialists in management, organization, and planning are required, who have a deep understanding of the specific features for the given plant, and experience of its general environment.

Item Type: Monograph (IIASA Working Paper)
Research Programs: Management and Technology Area (MMT)
Depositing User: IIASA Import
Date Deposited: 15 Jan 2016 01:42
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2021 17:07

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