Systems Approach to Appropriate Technology Transfer - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080299792, 9781483146942

Systems Approach to Appropriate Technology Transfer

1st Edition

Proceedings of the IFAC Symposium, Vienna, Austria, 21-23 March 1983

Editors: P. Fleissner
eBook ISBN: 9781483146942
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1983
Page Count: 220
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Description

Systems Approach to Appropriate Technology Transfer is a collection of selected papers presented at the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC) Symposium, held in Vienna, Austria. The objective of the symposium is to analyze the transfer process of technologies by using the systems approach and gather insights that can be used for the enhancement of future transfer programs. The book is a rich presentation of articles and research papers from scientists and engineers from all over the world, and is composed of introductory, technical discussion, and round table discussion papers. The introductory papers give insights to the concepts of technology transfer, systems approach, and use of appropriate technologies. The technical discussions touch on technology transfer in selected fields, energy technologies, flexible manufacturing systems, information and communication, social and educational aspects, and case studies. The four round table discussions focus on the application of technologies to support small-scale enterprises and users’ participation; appropriate technology transfer on microelectronics; policies and strategies for appropriate technology transfer; and the impact of informatics on technology transfer. The text will appeal to computer scientists, engineers, policymakers, and students of information technology.

Table of Contents


Introductory Papers

Seeking an Appropriate Technology

The Contribution of IFAC to the Technology Transfer in the Field of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering

The Causes, Conditions and Patterns of Appropriate Technology: "An Attempt of Explanation and Description by Means of System-Analytical Macro-Approach"

Technology Transfer: Some Systematic Views

An Integrated Systems Approach to Appropriate Technology Transfer

Comments on Technology Transfer

Session 1 - Technology Transfer in Selected Fields

Information Technology and Developing Countries

Topological View on the National Information Environment - A Systems Approach to the Global Information Revolution

Flexible Manufacturing Systems and Their Impact on Brazilian Society

Session 2 - Case Studies

On Transferring Microelectronics Technology Internationally: Brazil's Case

Rurban (Rural - Urban) Communities: An Appropriate Technology for the Settlement of Migrants and Slum-Area Dwellers in Brazil

An Empirical Analysis of Technology Transfer in Southern Italian Industry

Session 3 - Flexible Manufacturing Systems

Some Thoughts of Appropriate Technology Transfer

An Appropriate Technology Transfer for Chinese Machine-Building Industry - Application of Microelectronics

A New Approach to Flexible Automation of Large Systems

Metrological Infrastructure as a Basic Means for Appropriate Transfer and Use of Technology

Is the "Micro-Electronics" an Appropriate Technology for the Developing Countries?

Session 4 - Energy Technologies

Transfer of Technology Problems of Electrical Energy Utilization in Developing Countries

On Resources of Energy in Egypt with a View to Future Demand

Technology Transfer in the Energy Field for Water and Soil Conservation

Computation in Irrigation Engineering

Operation and Maintenance Training of the Staff during the Commissioning Phase of an Oil Fired Steam Power Station in the United Arab Emirates

Session 5 - Information and Communication

Appropriate Telecommunications Technology for Rural Development in Africa

Technology Transfer in the Computer Systems Field

The Information Revolution and Its Societal Implications

Session 6 - Economic, Social and Educational Aspects

Some Ideas about the Use of System Approach for Technology Development

Industry Specialization and Technology Transfer as Approaches to Restructuring Philippine-Japan Foreign Trade

Need Specification for Developing Countries

Experimental Microcomputer-SITRAIN 701 for Application Oriented Training of Engineers by Way of Example of a Digital Control

Examples of Technologies Applicable for Developing Countries

Appropriate Definition of Information Processing Capital

Conclusion and Recommendation

Author Index

Details

No. of pages:
220
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1983
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483146942

About the Editor

P. Fleissner