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CTSS CPA 3A3 FARID 20

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Transcript of CTSS CPA 3A3 FARID 20

Computers in Everyday Life Computers and productivity Mass production is the manufacture of large amounts of standardised products on production lines. It was popularised by Henry in the early 20th century. During that time, mass production made Ford's car (Model T) affordable to many people Productivity is a measure of the amount of things produced per person. MASS PRODUCTION INCREASES THE AMOUNT OF THINGS THAT A COMPANY CAN PRODUCE, AND HELPS INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY. Mass production is common nowadays that some parts in your daily appliances may actually come from the same factory. That is why the computers that you use are cheaper nowadays because of mass production. While the production line helped to reduce the cost of goods and improve productivity, it had a few disadvantages. Requires a large workforce.

Repetitive boring work. AUTOMATION CAN OVERCOME THESE DISADVANTAGES. Automation occurs when machines are used to carry out a process or an activity with minimum human effort or supervision. In the early part of the 20th century, automation was intially done using
mechanicals macines. These machines were cleverly designed to perform only some parts of the production line automatically In the later part of the 20th century, products became more
complex and so did the production lines that produced them.
Mechanical automation was no longer capable of doing many
complex tasks. To achieve automation, use machines that contain embedded processors. Embedded processors are found on a circuit boards of computerised machines. Such machines include computers and robots. "A processor is the brain of a computer" A robot is a computer- controlled machine which can perform physical tasks, either automatically or by remote control. It usually has an arm-like structure with joints. Mostly, it is used to perform dirty, dangerous, difficult, repetitive tasks or tasks that require accuracy and consistency. Benefits of Using Robots Robots work at fast speeds, products are made in a shorter time. With robots, procutivity is high.
Robots are accurate and consistent, consistency and quality of products can be ensured.
Costs of producing goods are reduced in the long run.
Workers do not have to be exposed to conditions that are dangerous or harmful to their health. Publishing and Print Industries Publishing is the activity of putting information in the public arena (e.g. newspapers, magazines, books) Printing is part of publishing. It is an industrial process for the production of text and images with ink on paper using a printing press. What is Robot? What is processor? What is productivity MASS PRODUCTION
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