Standard: ISO - 18828-2
INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION SYSTEMS AND INTEGRATION - STANDARDIZED PROCEDURES FOR PRODUCTION SYSTEMS ENGINEERING - PART 2: REFERENCE PROCESS FOR SEAMLESS PRODUCTION PLANNING
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This document describes a reference planning process for seamless production planning.
NOTE In this context, “seamless” means the consideration of multiple planning aspects (relevant planning disciplines) within the product life cycle, as illustrated in Figure 1 and Figure B.1.
The scope of the discussed reference process focusses on the planning of production systems such as make-to-stock or assemble-to-order production. The analysis of the process activities has been limited to those within the production planning. The following aspects are within the scope of this document:
— general overview of the reference planning process;
— basic principles of the process model;
— description of each level identified within the reference planning process for production planning;
— structure of activities and relations within each planning discipline;
— dependencies of interdisciplinary activities.
The following items are outside the scope of this document:
— material requirement planning/manufacturing resource planning;
— production order control;
— production process;
— early stage product design;
— order management, inventory management, purchasing, transportation, warehousing;
— production facilities planning/manufacturing facilities planning (physical plant and equipment), including any kind of resource that is not directly related to the manufacturing process;
— value chain (inbound logistics, operations management, outbound logistics, marketing and sales);
— resource visualization;
— process simulation.
|Organization:||International Organization for Standardization|
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