Information Systems Laboratory

A variety of information technologies is necessary for operating a modern organization. The laboratory provides the possibility to design and evaluate information systems intended for both production and service organizations. The enterprise resource planning (ERP) software of the laboratory allows studying different processes running in an organization, such as operational, data analysis, financing, marketing and logistics. Planning, conbrol and integration of processes are the primarily goals of the teaching and research activities carried out in the laboratory.

 

Production Planning and Conbrol Laboratory

The laboratory has a capability for computer analysis of various indusbrial problems, such as facilities design, manufacturing systems simulation, statistical experimental design, line balancing, networks and material handling systems.

 

The Samy and Paula Schinazi Robotics and Computer Integrated Manufacturing Laboratory

Intended primarily for teaching, this laboratory is also used for projects and research in various aspects of computer-aided design and manufacturing. It includes a fully computerized system of NC machine tools, robots, sensors and conveyors.

 

Concurrent Engineering Laboratory

This laboratory is equipped with computers and software for studying the theory and practice of integrating design with manufacturing, marketing and other aspects of the indusbrial enterprise.

 

Virtual Design and Simulation Laboratory

Rapid prototyping and virtual design technologies provide the possibility to simulate complex work systems in conditions which are very close to reality. This enhances the ability to easily evaluate various design alternatives and therefore to improve the designed system. The laboratory is equipped with a Silicon Graphics workstation, virtual reality equipment and appropriate software. The laboratory is used for teaching as well as for research.

 

Tel Aviv University, P.O. Box 39040, Tel Aviv 6997801, Israel
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