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Design complex systems successfully across multiple disciplines. This eBook looks at the solution from the manufacturers and analysts point-of-view. Read part 1 here: http://ptc.co/vLrz3

Design complex systems successfully across multiple disciplines. This eBook looks at the solution from the manufacturers and analysts point-of-view. Read part 1 here: http://ptc.co/vLrz3

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  • Coded link to resource center or alterative blog series: http://blogs.ptc.com/2013/06/24/systems-engineering-a-huge-force-for-top-tier-manufacturers/
  • Tweet: Take advantage of collaboration between mechanical, electrical & software – Whirlpool do – Link to Whirlpool video http://www.ptc.com/solutions/systems-engineering/whirlpool.htm
  • “Global platform management is at the heart of our challenge. To get it right, is the daily challenge of our engineers” (Guilio, Tetrapak)
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  • Tweet: Improve collaborate across disparate teams with systems engineering - Link to Resource Center (coded link required): http://www.ptc.com/solutions/systems-engineering/
  • Tweet: Shorten development cycles with systems engineering – Link to topic article (coded link required): http://www.ptc.com/WCMS/files/158283/en/EE_SystemsEngineering_ebook_final.pdf
  • Tweet: Improve overall product quality with systems engineering Link to Resource Center (coded link required): http://www.ptc.com/solutions/systems-engineering/
  • Tweet: Products are faster to market with systems engineering - link to aberdeen report (coded link required): http://www.ptc.com/solutions/systems-engineering/aberdeen-report/
  • Tweet: Increase design reuse with systems engineering - Link to article (coded link required): http://www.ptc.com/solutions/systems-engineering/complexity-challenge/
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Combat Product Complexity with Systems Engineering - Part 2 Combat Product Complexity with Systems Engineering - Part 2 Presentation Transcript

  • 1
  • 2 Adopt a SYSTEMS ENGINEERING APPROACH. Click to read article
  • Mechanical Electrical Software 3 Take advantage of high value collaboration between mechanical, electrical & software Design complex systems across multiple disciplines
  • 4 Customer requirements are defined early in the development cycle and implemented through design and system validation…
  • ..., as well as, throughout product support and maintenance 5
  • 6 The KEY ELEMENTS of a systems engineering approach are … Click to read article
  • Connect requirements, design and test for multi-disciplinary collaboration 7
  • Enable validation of lifecycle assets from requirements to test as they´re created and changed 8
  • Verify as-designed and as-built product against design and requirements throughout the lifecycle 9
  • 10 Your organisation can ENJOY THESE RESULTS...
  • Improved collaboration across disparate teams 11 Tweet this
  • Shorter development cycles 12 Tweet this
  • Higher product quality 13 Tweet this
  • Faster time to market 14 Tweet this
  • Increased design reuse 15 Tweet this
  • 16 Analysts and Researchers AGREE.
  • “Boeing found that the most rigorous systems engineering practices applied to the most complex system enables the completion of the project in ½ the time when compared with the least complex system manufactured with the least rigorous systems engineering practices.” Click to read article 17
  • 18 Leading companies are 50% more likely than their peers to credit success to effective systems engineering. Gains recorded include: 88% met quality targets 86% met revenue targets 85% met product launch targets 12% decrease in development time over previous years 9% increase in profit margins Click to download free report
  • 19 “The trend toward software-driven capabilities will likely continue and perhaps accelerate. The benefits are just too compelling, and traditional products will have a hard time competing against „smarter‟ products. Mechatronics is here to stay. So engineering and product development teams have to learn systems engineering approaches and how to manage the complexity of multi-discipline design.” – Jim Brown Click to read blog
  • 20 Winners in Systems Engineering
  • Continental AG 21 Click to read article
  • Insitu 22 Click to read case study
  • Intuitive Surgical 23 Click to read blog
  • For more insights take a look at our Systems Engineering Resource Center. 24
  • Tweet this 25 Is systems engineering next on your list? If you found value in the presentation feel free to Share It, Like It, Comment with your experience. Did you miss Part One – Take a look here. Share this ebook