Impact of Industry 4.0 Concept on the Levers of Lean Manufacturing Approach in Manufacturing Industries

  • M Ghouat Laboratory of Industrial Management, Energy and Technology of Plastic and Composites Materials Hassan II University – ENSEM Casablanca Morocco
  • A. Haddout Laboratory of Industrial Management, Energy and Technology of Plastic and Composites Materials Hassan II University – ENSEM Casablanca Morocco
  • M. Benhadou Laboratory of Industrial Management, Energy and Technology of Plastic and Composites Materials Hassan II University – ENSEM Casablanca, Morocco
Keywords: Lean Manufacturing, Industry 4.0, Productivity, Industrial performance

Abstract

Industrial companies looking for permanent performance are facing challenges of reducing production costs, reducing customer delivery delays and improving their quality products, this lead them to improve their responsiveness and flexibility to meet the varying needs of customers. To cope with these constraints, several industrial companies have adopted the Lean Manufacturing (LM)  concept, based on the Toyota production system, to reduce wastage according to a methodical and structured approach that has given this proof for several years, this approach currently finds its limits, since it is based on static data, while a dynamic approach, with real-time data on customer needs and production performance, will readjust the levers of Lean Manufacturing to improve its efficiency. This paper has been aimed to show that the concept Industry 4.0 incarnates the lean Manufacturing approach by feeding it by real-time data and a real-time analysis of Big Data in a Cyber Physical Production System (CPPS), in order to improve decision-making and readjust in real time the levers of the Lean Manufacturing approach

Published
2021-03-02
How to Cite
Ghouat, M., Haddout, A., & Benhadou, M. (2021). Impact of Industry 4.0 Concept on the Levers of Lean Manufacturing Approach in Manufacturing Industries. International Journal of Automotive and Mechanical Engineering, 18(1), 8523 -. https://doi.org/10.15282/ijame.18.1.2021.11.0646
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