Technical, Economic And Societal Effects Of Manufacturing 4.0 - Collan Mikael (Curatore); Michelsen Karl-Erik (Curatore) | Libro Palgrave Macmillan 07/2020 -

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Technical, Economic and Societal Effects of Manufacturing 4.0 Automation, Adaption and Manufacturing in Finland and Beyond


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Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 07/2020
Edizione: 1st ed. 2020


Chapter 1 – Industry 4.0 in retrospect and in context

Karl-Erik Michelsen (LUT University)


Coming to terms with the concept of industrial revolution

Unde venis Industry 4.0 ?

Implications of Industry 4.0 beyond technology



I Technical Perspectives


Chapter 2.

Additive Manufacturing – Past, Present, and the Future

Markus Korpela (LUT University), Niko Riikonen (LUT University), Heidi Piili (LUT University), Antti Salminen (LUT University), and Olli Nyrhilä (EOS Finland Ltd.)




Additive manufacturing materials and processes


Metal additive manufacturing


Powder-bed fusion


Other metal additive manufacturing technologies


Technology readiness level


On the new possibilities AM offers


Challenges for AM


Future Trends and development




Chapter 3.

Additive manufacturing from the point of view of materials research

Ville Laitinen (LUT University), Mehdi Merabdene (LUT University), Erica Stevens (University of Pittsburgh), Markus Chmielus (University of Pittsburgh), Jan Van Humbeeck (KU Leuven), and Kari Ullakko (LUT University)



Additive manufacturing of stimuli-responsive materials


Additive manufacturing of shape memory alloys


Additive manufacturing of magnetic shape memory alloys


Additive manufacturing of magnetocaloric materials


Future aspects of additive manufacturing for novel metallic materials






Chapter 4.

Robotics in Manufacturing – The Past and the Present

Ming Li (LUT University), Andrija Milojevic (LUT University), and Heikki Handroos (LUT University)


Robots – from myth to industry favorite


New trends in industrial robotics – cobots and advanced logistics robots


Supporting technologies behind modern robotics








Chapter 5.

Maintenance management in light of manufacturing 4.0

Michele Urbani (University of Trento), Dario Petri (University of Trento), Matteo Brunelli (University of Trento), and Mikael Collan (LUT University)




Maintenance-Management: an Overview

Time-Based Maintenance

Condition-Based Maintenance


More about condition-based maintenance

Fault Detection

Fault Diagnosis

Prognostics and Health Management - towards Industry 4.0

Digital twins and their connection to maintenance





II Manufacturing 4.0 Business Models and the Economic Feasibility of Additive Manufacturing


Chapter 6.

Industrial additive manufacturing business models - what we know from the literature?

Jyrki Savolainen (LUT University) and Mikael Collan (LUT University)




Short-term implications of additive manufacturing and incremental business model development


Generally on Current Applications


Additive Manufacturing in Spare Parts Service


Product Service Systems (PSS)


Long-term implications and disruptive business model development


Rapid Manufacturing


Closed-loop Manufacturing


Conclusions and future directions development




Chapter 7.

Additive manufacturing cases and a vision for a predictive analytics and additive manufacturing based maintenance business model

Michele Urbani (U. Trento) and Mikael Collan (LUT University)




Additive manufacturing used in enhancing heart surgery

Atrial Fibrillation – the condition and the surgical intervention

Enhancing the procedure with the help of additive manufacturing technology

The business model perspective

Refurbishing metal dies with 3D-printing

Refurbishing metal dies

The hybrid manufacturing approach to refurbishing metal dies

The business model perspective

Predictive maintenance and additive manufacturing – joint business model

Predictive maintenance based business model for additive manufacturing

Blueprint for a vision






Chapter 8.

Quantifying the Economic Feasibility of Additive Manufacturing - Simulating Production Lifetime in the Context of Spare Parts Production

Jyrki Savolainen (LUT University) and Mikael Collan (LUT University)




Identified additive manufacturing strategies, the model used, and the simulation setup Simulated results and analysis Summary, Conclusions, and Discussion




Chapter 9.

Industry 4.0. Transformation Challenge in Light of Dynamic Capabilities

Kalevi Kyläheiko (University of Bremen / LUT University) and Päivi Maijanen (LUT University)




On different strategic management approaches when facing the Industry 4.0. Transformation challenge

Dynamic capabilities – what are they all about

Dynamic capabilities in digital platform-based ecosystems – how to create and capture value

Discussions and managerial implications




III Societal Change Brought About by Manufacturing 4.0 


Chapter 10.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Changes to Working Life: What Supports Adult Employees in Adapting to New Technology at Work? 


Hanna Nygren (University of Jyväskylä), Maarit Virolainen (University of Jyväskylä), Raija Hämäläinen (University of Jyväskylä), and Juhani Rautopuro (University of Jyväskylä)



The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Education

Adaptation to Technology 

Problem-Solving Skills of Adults in Technology-Rich Environments and the Demand for Design-Based Education  

Reflections and Experiences from Adults on the Adaptation to Technology at Work

The Usability of Technology

Economic and Personal Advantages of Adapting to Technology

The Social Factors that Support Adaptation to Technology





Chapter 11.

Modeling the Societal Division of Added Value Created Through Manufacturing 4.0   

Heikki Hiilamo (University of Helsinki) and Henri Aaltonen (University of Helsinki)




Economy and social contexts   M


This open access book is among the first cross-disciplinary works about Manufacturing 4.0. It includes chapters about the technical, the economic, and the social aspects of this important phenomenon.  Together the material presented allows the reader to develop a holistic picture of where the manufacturing industry and the parts of the society that depend on it may be going in the future. Manufacturing 4.0 is not only a technical change, nor is it a purely technically driven change, but it is a societal change that has the potential to disrupt the way societies are constructed both in the positive and in the negative.

This book will be of interest to scholars researching manufacturing, technological innovation, innovation management and industry 4.0.


Mikael Collan is a tenured Professor of strategic finance at LUT University in Lappeenranta, Finland. He is an ordinary member of the Finnish Society of Sciences and Letters, the oldest of the four Finnish academies of Science and the past president of the Finnish operations research society.


Karl-Erik Michelsen is a Professor at LUT University, Finland, specializing in innovation and technology studies and business history. In 2018, Michelsen was selected the “professor of the year” in Finland.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 210 x 148 mm Ø 541 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:15 Illustrations, black and white
Pagine Arabe: 266
Pagine Romane: xxviii

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