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Smart Manufacturing

The Lean Six Sigma Way

Tarantino, Anthony

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1. Auflage Juli 2022
464 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-84661-1
John Wiley & Sons

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Explore the dramatic changes brought on by the new manufacturing technologies of Industry 4.0

In Smart Manufacturing, The Lean Six Sigma Way, Dr. Anthony Tarantino delivers an insightful and eye-opening exploration of the ways the Fourth Industrial Revolution is dramatically changing the way we manufacture products across the world and especially how it will revitalize manufacturing in North America and Europe.

The author examines the role and impact of a variety of new Smart technologies including industrial IoT, computer vision, mobile/edge computing, 3D printing, robots, big data analytics, and the cloud. He demonstrates how to apply these new technologies to over 20 continuous improvement/Lean Six Sigma tools, greatly enhancing their effectiveness and ease of use.

The book also discusses the role Smart technologies will play in improving:
* Career opportunities for women in manufacturing
* Cyber security, supply chain risk, and logistics resiliency
* Workplace health, safety, and security
* Life on the manufacturing floor
* Operational efficiencies and customer satisfaction

Perfect for anyone involved in the manufacturing or distribution of products in the 21st century, Smart Manufacturing, The Lean Six Sigma Way belongs in the libraries of anyone interested in the intersection of technology, commerce, and physical manufacturing.

Foreword

Preface

Acknowledgments

About the Author

About the Contributors

Chapter 1. Introduction to Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing
Anthony Tarantino, Ph

Chapter 2. Lean Six Sigma in the Age of Smart Manufacturing
Anthony Tarantino, PhD

Chapter 3. Continuous Improvement Tools for Smart Manufacturing
Anthony Tarantino, PhD

Chapter 4. Improving Supply Chain Resiliency Using Smart Technologies
Anthony Tarantino, PhD

Chapter 5. Improving Cybersecurity Using Smart Technology
Craig Martin

Chapter 6. Improving Logistics Using Smart Technology
Frank Poon

Chapter 7. Big Data for Small, Midsize, and Large Organizations
Omar Abdon and Randy Shi

Chapter 8. Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Sensors
Deb Walkup and Jeff Little

Chapter 9. Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Computer Vision
Steven Herman

Chapter 10. Networking for Mobile Edge Computing
Jeff Little

Chapter 11. Edge Computing
Vatsal Shah and Allison Yrungaray

Chapter 12. 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing
Bahareh Tabatabaei, Rui Huang, and Jae-Won Choi

Chapter 13. Robotics
Thomas Paral, PhD

Chapter 14. Improving Life on the Factory Floor with Smart Technology
Miles Schofield and Aaron Pompey, PhD

Chapter 15. Growing the Roles for Women in Smart Manufacturing
Maria Villamil and Deborah Walkup

Case Studies

Case Study 1. Automating Visual Inspection Using Computer Vision
Anthony Tarantino, PhD

Case Study 2. Barcoding, the Most Ubiquitous and Most Critical IIoT Technology
Anthony Tarantino, PhD

Case Study 3. Improving Safety with Computer Vision
Anthony Tarantino, PhD

Case Study 4. COVID-19 Accelerates the Adoption of 3D Printing
Anthony Tarantino, PhD

Case Study 5. How Mobile Apps Benefit Small to Midsize Enterprises
Anthony Tarantino, PhD

Case Study 6. Using Factory-Floor Touch Screens to Improve Operations
Miles Schofield and Aaron Pompey

Case Study 7. Edge Computing to Improve Operations
Allison Yrungaray

Case Study 8. Five Dangerous Jobs Robots Can Do Well
Alex Owen-Hill

Answers to Sample Questions

Links to Continuous Improvement Templates

Index
ANTHONY TARANTINO, PhD, is a Master Black Belt in Lean Six Sigma and has lead over 30 continuous improvement projects for Cisco Systems, IBM, Oracle, and KPMG Consulting spanning a twenty-year period. He has been an adjunct faculty member at Santa Clara University for over a decade. For the first 25 years of his career he worked in the manufacturing industry as a supply chain manager earning certifications in purchasing from ISM and in production and inventory management from APICS. This is his fifth book for Wiley and Sons.