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INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS

1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS?
2. MARKET TRENDS Jean-Paul BOURRIERES
•2.1 Globalization Professor
•2.2 Product
customization University of Bordeaux

3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES
2015
•3.1 Enterprise
Networking
•3.2 Logistics & SCM
•3.3 Model-driven
management
4. RECYCLING & INVERSE
MANUFACTURING
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS

1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS ?
2. MARKET TRENDS
•2.1 Globalization
•2.2 Product customization

3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES
•3.1 Enterprise Networking
•3.2 Logistics & SCM
•3.3 Model-driven management
4. RECYCLING & INVERSE MANUFACTURING
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS

Sector I : Agriculture & Fishing


 1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS?
2. MARKET TRENDS
•2.1 Globalization
Energy
•2.2 Product
customization Sector II : Industry Process industries
3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES
Manufacturing
•3.1 Enterprise
Networking
•3.2 Logistics & SCM
Hospitals
•3.3 Model-driven
management Sector III : Services Banks
4. RECYCLING & INVERSE
MANUFACTURING Administrations
PRODUCTICS : Model-based improvement of value-adding
activities and systems: Organisation and management
World-wide keyword :Industrial Management
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS

The Focal Company in its world-wide MARKET


1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS?
2. MARKET TRENDS
• 2.1 Globalization
Competitors
•2.2 Product Sells to
customization
Focal Company Customers
3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES (B2B, B2C)
•3.1 Enterprise
Buys
Networking
•3.2 Logistics & SCM
Resources: Constraints :
•3.3 Model-driven Suppliers
management
4. RECYCLING & INVERSE
Sub-contractors Legal issues
MANUFACTURING
Technology Providers
Financial resources Normalization
Human resources
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS

Market globalization : full extension of the market


1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS?
2. MARKET TRENDS
space thanks to :
• 2.1 Globalization
•2.2 Product • Transport networking worldwide
customization
• IT networking worldwide
3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES
•3.1 Enterprise • Finance networking worldwide
Networking
•3.2 Logistics & SCM
•3.3 Model-driven
management
Submitted to economical trends :
4. RECYCLING & INVERSE
MANUFACTURING

• Manufacturing costs
• Service costs
• Transportation costs
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS

Product mass customization


1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS? • is an answer to the dominant position of customers in the
2. MARKET TRENDS offer/demand relation in industrialized countries
•2.1 Mondialization
• 2.2 Product
customization • implies to
-boost product innovation
3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES
•3.1 Enterprise
-shorten time-to-market
Networking -shorten the length of series, diversify product options
•3.2 Logistics & SCM -invest in flexible manufacturing installations
•3.3 Model-driven - face higher complexity of Design/Production Management
management
-manufacture-to-order
4. RECYCLING & INVERSE
MANUFACTURING

• is allowed by
IT-based industrial partnerships: Enterprise networking and
interoperability
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS

Enterprise networking
1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS?
2. MARKET TRENDS • Strategic justification
•2.1 Globalization - take market opportunities (by reducing time-to-market)
•2.2 Product - share financial risks between partners
customization
- focus on core-business
3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES
• 3.1 Enterprise
• implies to
Networking - harmonize the organization of physical flows (Supply
•3.2 Logistics & SCM Chain logistics)
•3.3 Model-driven
management
- make partners’ Information Systems interoperable
4. RECYCLING & INVERSE
MANUFACTURING • is faced with the dilemma between information sharing
versus know-how protection
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS

Logistics & Supply Chain Management (see SCM


1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS?
course)
2. MARKET TRENDS
•2.1 Globalization
Transformation
& Stocks
•2.2 Product
customization

3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES
•3.1 Enterprise
Networking
• 3.2 Logistics & SCM
•3.3 Model-driven Transportation &
management Embedded Stocks
4. RECYCLING & INVERSE
MANUFACTURING To manage physical flows in the networked
enterprise :
-transformations
-transportations
-stocking
Such that : - delivery delays are minimal
- costs are minimal
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS

Model-driven management
1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS?
2. MARKET TRENDS
•2.1 Globalization
•2.2 Product
customization System theory and theory of system control have penetrated
3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES
the enterprises, with the ideas of :
•3.1 Enterprise - modelling the system to be piloted and its environment
Networking
•3.2 Logistics & SCM - defining measurable performance targets
• 3.3 Model-driven
management -implementing management architectures
4. RECYCLING & INVERSE
MANUFACTURING - measuring performances and making corrective decisions
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS

Model-driven management : a multi-level control


1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS?
problematics
2. MARKET TRENDS
•2.1 Mondialization
• Strategic management : target markets, locate industrial sites, set
•2.2 Product
up partnerships, financial management
customization Performance
Invest, design and reorganise
3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES
Indicators
•3.1 Enterprise • Engineering management : develop products & manufacturing
Networking
systems Performance
•3.2 Logistics & SCM
Re-engineering Indicators
• 3.3 Model-driven
management

4. RECYCLING & INVERSE


• Production management : operate manufacturing systems
MANUFACTURING Performance
Operate
Indicators
Production System
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS
Recycling & Inverse manufacturing

1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS? Mining Ultimate waste


ENVIRONMENT
2. MARKET TRENDS
Agriculture & Fishing
•2.1 Globalization
Incinerating
•2.2 Product Food
customization Burying
&

Waste collecting
Distribution
3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES 1st
Manufacturing Disass
•3.1 Enterprise Consumption
Networking transformation Schred
industries Sort
•3.2 Logistics & SCM
•3.3 Model-driven
management Industrial waste
 4. RECYCLING &
INVERSE MANUFACTURING
Revaluation
Recycled materials

DIRECT MANUFACTURING INVERSE MANUFACTURING


Price
Quality
outlets
Taxes
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS
Recycling & Inverse manufacturing

1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS?
2. MARKET TRENDS
PROBLEMATICS
•2.1 Globalization
•2.2 Product
customization
• Logistics : organize collecting networks, build
3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES
inverse manufacturing chains, manage flows
•3.1 Enterprise
Networking •Technology : waste processing
•3.2 Logistics & SCM
•3.3 Model-driven •Economics : master costs and find outlets for
management
recycled materials
 4. RECYCLING &
INVERSE MANUFACTURING
•Design for Recycling (DFR)
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS
Recycling
Waste stock & Inverse manufacturing
exchange
Price in € per ton
STAKES
1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS?
2. MARKET TRENDS
• Reduce the consumption of raw materials
•2.1 Mondialization
•2.2 Product • Emergence of inverse manufacturing (new
customization
economical activities, new employments)
3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES ENVIRONMENT
Iron
•3.1 Enterprise
Networking extraction production consumption waste e=w=c
•3.2 Logistics & SCM e p c w
•3.3 Model-driven
management
ENVIRONMENT
 4. RECYCLING &
INVERSE MANUFACTURING extraction production consumption waste e = w = c - r = c (1- )

e p c w
recycling
 recycling ratio
r
Copper
Brass
Alu
Raw materials stock exchange

Price in € per ton

Copper

Alu
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS
Recycling & Inverse manufacturing
value scale
1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS?
2. MARKET TRENDS
PRODUCT VALUE
•2.1 Globalization Product (User-related value)
•2.2 Product
customization
functions
structures (assemblies)
3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES

DESIGN
•3.1 Enterprise components
Networking
•3.2 Logistics & SCM
•3.3 Model-driven
management materials

 4. RECYCLING &
INVERSE MANUFACTURING
value scale

MANUFACTURING

RECYCLING
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS
Recycling & Inverse manufacturing

1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS?
REVALUATION PROCESSES
2. MARKET TRENDS
value scale
•2.1 Mondialization RECYCLING REMANUFACTURING

STRUCTURE
•2.2 Product
customization

3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES
•3.1 Enterprise
Networking Disassemble Assemble
•3.2 Logistics & SCM
PART

•3.3 Model-driven Machining


management

 4. RECYCLING & Shredding Machining


MATERIAL

INVERSE MANUFACTURING

Smelting
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS
Recycling & Inverse manufacturing

1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS?
PRODUCER - RECYCLER RELATIONSHIPS
2. MARKET TRENDS
•2.1 Globalization
•2.2 Product
customization Passed
Raw products
3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES
materials
Manufacturing
•3.1 Enterprise
Networking
Scrap
•3.2 Logistics & SCM Scrap
•3.3 Model-driven
management
Revaluation
 4. RECYCLING &
INVERSE MANUFACTURING

TYPE 1 : recycling within the manufacturing unit


INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS
Recycling & Inverse manufacturing

1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS?
PRODUCER - RECYCLER RELATIONSHIPS
2. MARKET TRENDS
•2.1 Mondialization
•2.2 Product
customization
Manufacturer Recycler
3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES
•3.1 Enterprise Common
Networking
•3.2 Logistics & SCM
data
•3.3 Model-driven
management Distribution Collecting
 4. RECYCLING &
INVERSE MANUFACTURING

Consumer
TYPE 2 : Cooperative recycling
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS
Recycling & Inverse manufacturing

1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS?
PRODUCER - RECYCLER RELATIONSHIPS
2. MARKET TRENDS
•2.1 Mondialization
•2.2 Product Manufacturers
customization

3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES
Scrap
•3.1 Enterprise Products Recycler Manufacturers
Networking Used
•3.2 Logistics & SCM products
•3.3 Model-driven
management Consumers
 4. RECYCLING &
INVERSE MANUFACTURING

TYPE 3 : free commercial relationships


INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS
Recycling & Inverse manufacturing

1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS?
PROCESS QUALITY REQUIREMENTS
2. MARKET TRENDS
•2.1 Mondialization
in Assembly...
•2.2 Product
customization Technical data
3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES
•3.1 Enterprise
Networking
Components Assembly Products
•3.2 Logistics & SCM
•3.3 Model-driven
management Stable input Stable output
Quality quality requirements
 4. RECYCLING &
INVERSE MANUFACTURING Process Quality
Control
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS
Recycling & Inverse manufacturing

1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS?
PROCESS QUALITY REQUIREMENTS
2. MARKET TRENDS
•2.1 Globalization
vs Disassembly.
•2.2 Product
customization
On-line Often unknown
3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES diagnosis Technical data
•3.1 Enterprise
Networking
•3.2 Logistics & SCM Used Disassembly Components
•3.3 Model-driven products & materials
management
Variable input variable output
 4. RECYCLING &
INVERSE MANUFACTURING Quality quality requirements

Process Quality
Control
INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCTICS
Recycling & Inverse manufacturing

1. WHAT IS PRODUCTICS?
ADAPTIVE DISASSEMBLY PROCESS
2. MARKET TRENDS Used product quotation
•2.1 Globalization
& costing
•2.2 Product diagnosis
customization
Product
3. INDUSTRIAL RESPONSES database
•3.1 Enterprise disassemble
Networking Process
•3.2 Logistics & SCM database
•3.3 Model-driven diagnosis
management

 4. RECYCLING &
INVERSE MANUFACTURING
schredding

Not revaluable Revaluable Revaluable


materials components