K.I. Porsev – Assistant, Yaroslavl State Technical University; Post-graduate Student, Moscow Technological University (MIREA)
M.F. Bulatov – Dr.Sc.(Phys.-Math.), Professor, Head of Department, Moscow Technological University (MIREA)
Effective information assurance (IA) of the activities of modern high-tech enterprises provides for the implementation of electronic data interchange technologies and the provision of continuous information support, which can significantly increase labor productivity, reduce production costs and improve the quality of high-tech products. Improvement of the level of IA provides for the active introduction of automated control systems (ACS) into the structure of enterprises, however, this does not provide a satisfactory level of IA quality due to low systemic and / or limited and / or uneven local information of different ACS.
The formation of a highly effective information assurance system (IAS) is based on the principles of voluminous electronic information interchange and takes into account the fullness of the organizational and technical characteristics of a modern knowledge-based enterprise that is viewed as a complex organizational technical system (OTS). The goal of the OTS is to satisfy consumers in the required level of quality high-tech products, and one of the most effective ways to implement these requirements, in our view, can be the application of the CALS (Continuous Acquisition and Life cycle Support).
The proposed model of the IAS of a knowledge-intensive enterprise includes a basic part – a collection of CALS, the core of which is electronic data interchange. The implementation of the base part is carried out at the expense of PDM / PLM-systems, which allows to provide complete information management at various stages of its life cycle with the possibilities of full-scale integration with CAD (CAD / CAM / CAE).
The advantages of the developed model of IAS are universality, scalability, mobility (the possibility of tuning for a specific enterprise), the completeness of the volume in reflecting the composition and structure of real OTS of high-tech organizations, and simplicity and adequacy. Practical implementation of the IAS based on the proposed model will improve the manageability of the enterprise's infor-mation resources and ensure the production of high-tech products of the required quality with minimal financial costs.
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