This article describes a systematic implementation of an explored technology-transfer model, looking for an optimization of building, enlargement or equipments processes in the housing industry. For achieving that optimization, a heterogeneous group of manufacturing activities are studied according to the UN Classifications Registry (UN 2007), and their application in the chilean industry is evaluated. The explored model has been formulated according to Senn’s (1992) method of prototype design, and the method of information systems development based on its life-cycle. Finally, by using a Visual Programming Language (VPL) interface, the model is applied for the formulation of the design problem of a customized constructive component. In this case, the component is a sanitary services pack. The proposal includes an experimental Graphic-User Interface (GUI), where each client configures the constructive components according to his particular requirements.
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