• BUSINESS & “INDUSTRY 4.0”

    Changes of human resource management in the context of impact of the fourth industrial revolution

    Industry 4.0, Vol. 5 (2020), Issue 3, pg(s) 138-141

    Fourth industrial revolution also called Industry 4.0, is considered as the most discussed topics among experts nowadays. The excitement for the Industry 4.0 goes two ways. First says that the fourth industrial revolution deals with the question of “a priori” and not “ex-post”. Organizations and research institutions gain opportunities for active building and forming of the future. Secondly, it has significant economic impact, which promises much higher operational efficiency, as well as development of brand-new business models, services and products. At the moment, organizations are able to run without elements of the Industry 4.0, but only for a limited time. They have to look for a path of further development, and that is digitalization in each field of business. With help of human resource management, organizations are able to form skills, abilities, behaviour and attitude of employees in order to achieve the targets of organization. Human resources represent significant factor for competitive advantage in the knowledge economy. In the Industry 4.0 considering human resource management, managers have to mainly focus on supporting of innovation and learning in the organization. The main goal of this article is to identify changes in methods and techniques during realization of human resource management in the context of the impact of fourth industrial revolution in theory, based on research of available scientific literature. Attention is mainly focused on selected functions of human resource management like job design, staffing, training and performance appraisal

  • MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF TECHNOLOGICAL PROCESSES AND SYSTEMS

    Optimization of pneumatic vane motor based on mathematical modeling and computer simulation

    Mathematical Modeling, Vol. 4 (2020), Issue 1, pg(s) 26-30

    Pneumatic vane motors are important actuators in industry, their optimization is difficult without e best mathematic model and computer simulation. In this article we presents a mathematical model for pneumatic vane type motors, construction of a simulation program associated with constructive engine parameters, experimental confirmation , and pneumatic motor performance optimization based on this model. The article begins with the description of the working principle of the vane type pneumatic motors, the geometric parameters that characterize it. The set of mathematical model equations consists in: the equations of geometry, the equation that describe the rotating moment, and equations expressing the mass flow into the motor. For the construction of the simulation program we have used the programming language of the G type LabView. Matching the results obtained from the simulation with the measured ones experimentally indicate that the built mathematical model is accurate and can be used to optimize pneumatic motors.

  • BUSINESS & “INDUSTRY 4.0”

    CHANGES IN THE APPLICATION OF METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MANAGERIAL FUNCTIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE IMPACT THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

    Industry 4.0, Vol. 4 (2019), Issue 6, pg(s) 306-308

    Tools, which are used while carrying out of the individual managerial functions are constantly evolving and responding to the changes of outer environment. In current conditions the most significant factor, which effects business environment, is Industry 4.0. It is a phenomenon associated mainly with automatization, digitalization and the Internet of Things. The main aim is to identify changes in the application of methods and techniques in carrying out of the individual managerial functions in the context of the impact of the Fourth industrial revolution on the theoretical level, based on a research of available scientific literature. The results of the theoretical research point to the fact that the topic of industry 4.0 is new in the context of management, and the research does not have any influence on the individual managerial functions, which are planning, organizing, controlling, human resources management and leadership. Most of the scientific work focuses on the field planning, organizing and controlling. On the other hand, not mentioned are the functions like human resources management and leadership, within the effects of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on the tools and methods, which are used for the implementation.