||With the evolution of data communications technology, as well as significantly enhance the computing power of digital, which derived the fourth industrial revolution, also known as the "Industry 4.0." Cyber-Physical System (CPS) is not only key technologies for "Industry 4.0", but also currently a hot topic. With computers, sensors and the use of new Internet technology to link various equipment, machines and digital systems through communication and interaction between them to integrate of virtual and physical world. By adding new kind of system of wisdom and capability to meet the immediate perception, dynamic control, and provides intelligent message service. Therefore, disjoint industrial areas and IT fields to start a conversation in IOT. Future every production processes in intelligence factory, each operating devices have an independent capacity, automated production line to complete the operation. And each device can communicate with each other, real-time monitoring the surrounding environment, always find a problem to be eliminated, but also has a more flexible.|
Quality function Deployment (QFD) has been widely used in many fields, such as product design, process design and project development. It can be converted to customer demand for tissue engineering and technology, through the practice of engineering and technology, and thus the success of reach to meet customer demand; Design Structure Matrix (DSM) has an easy to identify, easy to understand the advantages, readily shows the relationship between each of the design parameters. This research will be an industry 4.0 environment as the background, use QFD to design smart factory, and use Design Structure Matrix (DSM) to design process. Base on the results of DSM interaction to design smart factory used in industrial 4.0 environments.
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