quinta-feira, 26 de dezembro de 2019

Digital transformation and additive manufacturing: the role of standardization

Cláudia Fernandes do CATIM apresentou o trabalho “Digital transformation and additive manufacturing: the role of standardization” no Workshop on Disruptive Information and Communication Technologies for Innovation and Digital Transformation, que se realizou no passado dia 20 de Dezembro na Escola Superior de Tecnologia e Gestão do Instituto Politécnico de Bragança.

Digitization of industry is nowadays an evolving reality that is potentiated by the exponential growing of data and the convergence of affordable technologies. Additive manufacturing (AM) is considered one of the nine technologies with the potential for transforming industrial production, allied business models and with high impact on society. Driven by research and politics most of the digitization’s players worldwide have recognized the potentials of standardization to provide approaches, solutions and even some answers to industrial challenges posed by these “new” transform-ing technologies, namely AM technologies. With the present paper the authors intend to discuss problems, challenges and benefits of using disruptive transforming digital technologies – specifically AM, allied with the development of supporting standardization initiatives that address industrial needs, market demands and societal challenges.

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