PDT (Product Data Technology), Production and Society

Johan Vesterager

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    Abstract

    Information and communication technology (ICT) constitute a genuine technical revolution by enabling a dynamic and flexible support or automation of knowledge and information work. Bearing in mind that products are frozen knowledge, ICT as known will change the way we produce products dramatically. The use of ICT in engineering of products constitutes product data technology (PDT).This paper presents a a basic platform for an understanding the ongoing revolution with focus on the PDT-area taking outset in the fundamental elements of knowledge and information work: creation, transformation, transmission, storing, and retrieval of knowledge and information.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationPolicy Recommendations for Development in Product Data Technology
    PublisherPDTAG
    Publication date1997
    Pages38-44
    Publication statusPublished - 1997
    Event2nd Workshop on Product Knowledge Sharing and Integration - Sophia Antipolis Technology Park, Sophia Antipolis, France
    Duration: 17 Apr 199718 Apr 1997
    Conference number: 2
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    Workshop

    Workshop2nd Workshop on Product Knowledge Sharing and Integration
    Number2
    LocationSophia Antipolis Technology Park
    CountryFrance
    CitySophia Antipolis
    Period17/04/199718/04/1997
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    Bibliographical note

    The paper is part of a deliverable from the Product Data Technology Advisory Group (PDTAG, Esprit 9049) submitted to the European Commission, Directorate General III - Industry Iim Division. The title of the booklet is "Policy Recommendations for Developments in Product Data Technology", prepared by PDTAG, edited by Jon Owen and Horst Nowacki, October 1997, pp.38-44.

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