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Case Study: Automative industry - personal cars

Integration of results for selected key sectors
 
: Wengel, J.; Warnke, P.; Lindbom, J.
: Fraunhofer-Institut für Systemtechnik und Innovationsforschung -ISI-, Karlsruhe

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Karlsruhe: Fraunhofer ISI, 2003, 65 S.
The Future of Manufacturing in Europe 2015-2020. The Challenge for Sustainability
 
Englisch
Bericht, Elektronische Publikation
Fraunhofer ISI ()

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1 Overview and Methodology S.1
2 The Automotive Industry in Europe S.2-4
- 2.1 Industry Structure S.2
- 2.2 Trade S.3
- 2.3 Changes in Market Structure S.3-4
3 Socio-economic Trends S.5-7
- 3.1 Conclusions from Developments of Industry Structure S.5-6
- 3.2 Socio-economic Trends Derived from the Interviews S.6-7
4 Technology Trends in Automotive Manufacturing S.8-30
- 4.1 Changes in Manufacturing Driven by Changes in Concepts for Personal Cars S.8-22
- 4.1.1 Multi-material Processing S.8-9
- 4.1.2 Processing of Lightweight Materials S.10-15
- 4.1.3 Possible Adoption of Nanotechnologies S.16
- 4.1.4 Manufacturing and Emerging New Concepts in the Power Train S.17-19
- 4.1.5 Manufacturing and Electronics in Personal Cars S.20-22
- 4.2 Technological Developments Driven by Demand on Flexibility and Speed S.22-26
- 4.2.1 Processes S.23-24
- 4.2.2 ICT Technologies in Manufacturing S.24
- 4.2.3 Diffusion of Existing Technologies S.25-26
- 4.3 Skills and Competencies S.26-28
- 4.4 Summary: Technological Items for the Research and Policy Agenda S.28-30
5 Production Strategies S.31-41
- 5.1 Restructuring the Value Chain: Options for Different Actors S.32-33
- 5.2 Flexibility and Customisation: New Techno-organisational Concepts in the Automotive Industry S.34-36
- 5.3 E-commerce, globalisation and regional cluster S.37
- 5.4 Options for OEMs to Handle Electronics Production S.38-40
- 5.5 Personnel Development S.40-41
6 Sustainability Issues in Future Automotive Manufacturing S.42-53
- 6.1 Current Environmental Issues in Car Manufacturing S.42-50
- 6.1.1 Relevant Legislation S.43-44
- 6.1.2 Recycling and Re-Manufacturing S.45-47
- 6.1.3 Volatile Organic Compounds S.47-48
- 6.1.4 ICT Enabling Reduction of Environmental Impact S.48
- 6.1.5 Life Cycle Assessment S.49-50
- 6.2 Possible Disruptions - Demands on Manufacturing Arising From New Concepts of Mobility S.50
- 6.3 Environmental Impact - Some Possible Trajectories of Automotive Manufacturing S.51-53
- 6.4 Social Sustainability Aspects S.53
7 Governance of Manufacturing: Experiences from Automotive Industry S.54-56
8 Conclusions and Policy Implications: Challenges for Competitive and Sustainable Manufacturing of Personal Cars in Europe S.57-62
- 8.1 Competitive challenges S.57-59
- 8.2 Sustainability Issues in Future Car Production S.60-62
9 References S.63