Integration Model for Demand-Driven Material Requirement Planning and Industry 4.0

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Demand-Driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP) is regarded as a potential method of material management to provide planning and execution performance improvements in variable environments. However, Industry 4.0 refers to the fourth industrial revolution that allows creating a smart manufacturing system by using the new technologies of communication, automation, and digitalization. DDMRP and Industry 4.0 are crucial as new technologies are introduced to companies to improve their performance. Nevertheless, there is an absence of reviews showing the relationships between DDMRP and Industry 4.0. A literature review is used to identify the key constructs of DDMRP and Industry 4.0, and the relationships postulated between them are presented. The main objective of this study is to investigate the relationship between DDMRP and Industry 4.0. The result of this article was a model for integrating the DDMPRP and Industry 4.0 proposed upon a robust theoretical method. According to the literature review, we notice that there is a lack of literature related to the two concepts together, and a more detailed study about the integration of these concepts is not found. This study can contribute to initiate this reflection on a possible integration of the two concepts.
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El Marzougui, M., Messaoudi, N., Dachry, W., and Bensassi, B., "Integration Model for Demand-Driven Material Requirement Planning and Industry 4.0," SAE Int. J. Mater. Manf. 16(1):3-14, 2023,
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Aug 9, 2022
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