MATEC Web of Conferences

333.pngOn March 23, the MATEC Web of Conferences published works of IX Charnov readings in English.

Our colleague, Denis Vannusov, leading engineer of the communications systems department at Metropolis, co-authored the article Organizational Features of the Implementation of Innovative CAD Systems in Existing Production Systems.

Denis Vannusov1, Vladimir Dadonov2, Maria Tereshchenko3

1Lead engineer METROPOLIS Co. Ltd., Moscow;

2Cand. Sc. (Eng.), Associate Professor of Bauman University, Moscow;

3Student of EBM6-52B Bauman University, Moscow.

In the article reviewed automatic systems and their life cycle. Analyzed phases of the CAD implementation into civil engineering companies with regard to the factors that suppress their integration. Detailed processes of human-computer interactionduring the implementation of innovative CAD technologies. Analyzed the results of this interaction.

Keywords: automatic systems, CAD, innovations in civil engineering, human-computer interaction.

The development of society, scientific and technological progress at each stage is based on the key factors that drive it. The 20th century has become a period when the production processes were intensively computerized. Traditional methods of production, based on manual or mechanized labor, began to be replaced in various sectors of the economy by innovative automated processes. This required the rapid development of such scientific and technical disciplines as system analysis, mathematical and simulation modeling, theory of automatic control, operation research and others. Although the active development of technologies for complex production process automatization took place in the second half of XX century, today opportunities for optimization, improvement of methods and techniques of product creation continue to develop rapidly. Increasingly, the leadership of our country declares the necessity of transition to "digital economy". In the approved " Development Strategy for the Information Society of the Russian Federation for 2017-2030" the following definition of digital economy is given: "Digital economy is economic activity, in which the key factor of production is data in digital form, processing of large volumes and the use of analysis results which, compared to traditional forms of management can significantly increase the efficiency of various types of production, technology, equipment, storage, sale, delivery of goods and services. Obviously, this interpretation contains a number of valuation judgments, including "traditional forms of management ..." or "significantly increase efficiency ...". The same remark can be applied to phrases like "big data volumes", however, in the field of information technologies there is indeed a well-established term "Big Data", widely used in foreign publications of IT-thematics.

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