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SUPORTE DE TECNOLOGIAS DA INDÚSTRIA 4.0 PARA ASSEGURAR A SUSTENTABILIDADE NO PROCESSO DE DESENVOLVIMENTO DE PRODUTOS

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Ferraz, Natália; Toledo, José Carlos de; , ;

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A transição para indústria 4.0 é um desafio para muitas empresas. Muitos processos tendem a ser otimizados com as tecnologias emergentes da indústria 4.0, que poderão impactar na sustentabilidade de muitos processos industriais. O presente artigo mostra, por meio de uma revisão da literatura, como algumas tecnologias habilitadoras da indústria 4.0 podem assegurar a sustentabilidade no processo de desenvolvimento de produtos. Observou-se que as tecnologias abordadas neste estudo afetam de modo/intensidade diferente as etapas do PDP. As etapas de produção e manutenção são mais fortemente impactadas, do ponto de vista da sustentabilidade, pelas 3 tecnologias. As tecnologias com foco em tratamento e acesso a grandes volumes de dados (CC e BD) afetam mais intensamente nas etapas iniciais do PDP. Este, trata-se de um tema que merece ser explorado em futuras pesquisas.

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Palavras-chave: Indústria 4.0; Tecnologias da indústria 4.0; Processo de desenvolvimento de produtos; sustentabilidade,

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DOI: 10.5151/cbgdp2019-71

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Ferraz, Natália; Toledo, José Carlos de; , ; "SUPORTE DE TECNOLOGIAS DA INDÚSTRIA 4.0 PARA ASSEGURAR A SUSTENTABILIDADE NO PROCESSO DE DESENVOLVIMENTO DE PRODUTOS", p. 971-984 . In: Anais do 12º Congresso Brasileiro de Inovação e Gestão de Desenvolvimento de Produto. São Paulo: Blucher, 2019.
ISSN 2357-7592, DOI 10.5151/cbgdp2019-71

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