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Model of Monetarisation of the Non-availability of Intralogistics Systems for the Evaluation of System Design Alternatives

Abstract : Intralogistics systems secure the internal flow of materials and are a success factor for handling and producing companies. In general, the objective of analysing life-cycle costs is to economically evaluate system design alternatives aiming at supporting investment decisions. One essential influence factor of operating costs, and thus life-cycle costs, is the availability. The non-availability significantly influences the operating costs, e.g. repairs or loss of revenues. A research field that has not been investigated in the field of intralogistics is the monetarisation of non-availability. An appropriate cost model is therefore necessary. As a result, the costs of non-availability can be evaluated monetarily as a function of time. With the help of such a monetary parameter, financial risks can already be detected during the planning phase. This paper models an approach of the monetarisation of the non-availability of intralogistics systems as an economical evaluation indicator during the planning phase.
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Friederike Rechl, Konstantin Krebs, Willibald Günthner. Model of Monetarisation of the Non-availability of Intralogistics Systems for the Evaluation of System Design Alternatives. 13th IFIP International Conference on Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Jul 2016, Columbia, SC, United States. pp.523-536, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-54660-5_47⟩. ⟨hal-01699669⟩

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