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Virtual prototype of a product is built electronically in threedimensional solid digital models and evolves throughout the design process. In CIM virtual prototyping capability allows the customer to interact with the factory. The CIM factory receives customer specification through the internet, intranet, and/or the WWW. Through virtual prototype software the customer interacts with the factory management and/or engineering to generate a virtual product. The customer states a specification and the virtual prototype evaluates the specification and responds if the CIM factory can make the product, determines the cost of the product, and calculates when it can deliver the product.
The size of the array varies from 2 ϫ 40 to 1024 ϫ 1024 or larger. The IRFPA can operate at different wavelengths. Figure 2 shows the system architecture of a CIM factory. The factory is planned to produce cooled and uncooled infrared-focal-plane-array (IRFPA) sensors. The IRFPA factory configuration block diagram consists of six CUs. The diagram was derived from the flow of information, materials, and operations that must occur to make the products (1). 1. The Customer Interaction CU provides an evaluation of customer specification and the design of the IRFPA using virtual prototype software tools; it matches the customer specification to the factory capability.
Functions that previously ran in a proprietary environment are simply recompiled as objects in the industry-based environment. It follows that users save the time invested in developing the application and preserve the architecture of their applications. Client/server computing is a combination of technologies that enables personal computers, Macintosh computers, laptops, workstations, mainframe, and other devices to interact with computers or software services to access the information and functionality of distributed applications.
27.Industrial Electronics by John G. Webster (Editor)