Sensing, smart and sustainable process (S3 Process) Development reference framework
Cortés Serrano, Daniel
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Global challenges require efforts by nations to apply policies according to their situation and thus generate economic freedom. This concept is scalable to all units within the territory that create value. However, the reality of each nation is different; consequently, the policies that are implemented vary from region to region. Despite this, the vision of the industrial sector has opted for reproducibility and repeatability of operations, guaranteeing continuity and quality in the services and products offered. For this, it is necessary to integrate technologies, tools and communications infrastructure. This integration creates progressive development that benefits organizations and nations by meeting global challenges with the right policies. Ensuring the vision of these concepts involves analysis and investment in the different market alternatives. Therefore, it is necessary to characterize the production systems and define both automation and organizational objectives. In this work, the reference framework has been developed to include these objectives using the Sensing, Smart and Sustainable concept in the manufacturing processes of any firm. The contribution lies in how these steps are carried out, the analysis of the system, the reference model, the toolbox and the methodology to implement it in the design, redesign or characterization of the manufacturing process. In addition, 3 case studies are included in which its application is shown. The results of the research allow making long-term decisions about manufacturing processes.