Cloud-based design and manufacturing: A new paradigm in digital manufacturing and design innovation

Dazhong Wu, David W. Rosen, Lihui Wang, Dirk Schaefer

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Abstract

Cloud-based design manufacturing (CBDM) refers to a service-oriented networked product development model in which service consumers are enabled to configure, select, and utilize customized product realization resources and services ranging from computer-aided engineering software to reconfigurable manufacturing systems. An ongoing debate on CBDM in the research community revolves around several aspects such as definitions, key characteristics, computing architectures, communication and collaboration processes, crowdsourcing processes, information and communication infrastructure, programming models, data storage, and new business models pertaining to CBDM. One question, in particular, has often been raised: is cloud-based design and manufacturing actually a new paradigm, or is it just ‘‘old wine in new bottles’’? To answer this question, we discuss and compare the existing definitions for CBDM, identify the essential characteristics of CBDM, define a systematic requirements checklist that an idealized CBDM system should satisfy, and compare CBDM to other relevant but more traditional collaborative design and distributed manufacturing systems such as web- and agent-based design and manufacturing systems. To justify the conclusion that CBDM can be considered as a new paradigm that is anticipated to drive digital manufacturing and design innovation, we present the development
of a smart delivery drone as an idealized CBDM example scenario and propose a corresponding CBDM system architecture that incorporates CBDM-based design processes, integrated manufacturing services, information and supply chain management in a holistic sense.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-14
Number of pages14
JournalComputer-Aided Design
Volume59
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2015

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Keywords

  • Cloud-based design and manufacturing
  • collaborative design
  • Distributed manufacturing
  • Design innovation
  • Digital manufacturting

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Wu, Dazhong ; Rosen, David W. ; Wang, Lihui ; Schaefer, Dirk. / Cloud-based design and manufacturing: A new paradigm in digital manufacturing and design innovation. In: Computer-Aided Design. 2015 ; Vol. 59. pp. 1-14.
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