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Presentation of Project Results at AHFE 2023
At this year's International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, AHFE for short, in San Francisco, IAW presented various results from the CAM2030 research and development project to an expert audience.
In the project, an interdisciplinary consortium is working on designing software systems for Computer-Aided Manufacturing more intelligent. The papers presented by Florens Burgert and Marisa Schirmer from IAW show interesting study results on implementation strategies under the title Implementation Strategies for Intelligent Systems to Support Manufacturing Planning: Recommended Actions to Avoid Failure, as well as insights into the application of a scenario planning method to consider the future of CAM planning in the project under the title Developing Intelligent Technologies to Support Employees in Manufacturing Planning: Applying a Scenario Planning Method to Consider Future of Work.
The research and development project CAM2030 is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) within the "Innovations for Tomorrow’s Production, Services, and Work" program (funding number: 02J19B081) and implemented by the Project Management Agency Karlsruhe (PTKA). The author is responsible for the content of this publication.