Case INDT parte 1

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Case INDT parte 1

  1. 1. Seu parceiro natural paradesenvolver soluções inovadorasCompany Confidential © 2010 INdT
  2. 2. Instituto Nokia de Tecnologia Centro de pesquisa e desenvolvimento (P&D) sem fins lucrativos que objetiva gerar novos conceitos, produtos e soluções para áreas ligadas às tecnologias móveis e Internet. Manaus Fundando em 2001. Recife Nossas áreas de P&D: Brasília • Software e Interfaces de Usuário; • Tecnologias de Rede; SP • Tecnologias de Produto e Manufatura; • Experiência em Serviços.Company Confidential © 2010 INdT
  3. 3. Colaboradores 262 5% 0.5% 16.5% Ph.D. Técnicos B.Sc. MBA 54% 24% M.Sc.Company Confidential © 2010 INdT
  4. 4. Algumas empresas com as quais colaboramos Nokia Brasil e Global Aeroeletrônica – RG APEQ – SP Foxconn Jabil – MG e AM Continental Digitron Intera Teikon Tecplam PACE Teikon Sony ST-Ericsson Thomson Pioneer STI Perlos Elcoteq GatsbyCompany Confidential © 2010 INdT
  5. 5. Tecnologia de Produto& Manufatura Foca suas ações na melhoria da qualidade dos produtos e na excelência operacional das seguintes áreas: • Hardware, materiais e mecânica: Confiabilidade, Qualidade, Testes e Validação • Manufatura e Logística: Processos, Sistemas de Testes, Gestão, Monitoramento e Suporte a decisão;Company Confidential © 2010 INdT
  6. 6. CAMPO DE PROVAS MULTIDISCIPLINAR Confiabilidade Mecânica Ensaios de Ambientais Caracterização de Materiais Análise de FalhasCompany Confidential © 2010 INdT
  7. 7. Unidade de Software& Interfaces • Desenvolve implementações de referência para plataformas móveis, especialmente em Linux e Qt • Atua como referência para desenvolvedores de código aberto locais e globaisCompany Confidential © 2010 INdT
  8. 8. NOVAS EXPERIÊNCIAS DE USO Conceitos e implementações para plataformas móveis (QT e Linux) Desenvolvimento de plataformas de aplicação que permitem prototipação rápida e uso de interfaces ricas Pesquisas focadas na experiência de uso Laboratório de UsabilidadeCompany Confidential © 2010 INdT
  9. 9. Tecnologiasde Rede • Desenvolve plataformas de serviços com valor agregado em redes de telecomunicações e Internet • Dá suporte ao desenvolvimento de novos aplicativos e de serviços para dispositivos móveisCompany Confidential © 2010 INdT
  10. 10. ESTRUTURA ÚNICA NO BRASIL E REFERÊNCIAPARA OPERADORAS Tecnologias GSM- EDGE e WCDMA, em equipamentos como MSS, HLR, BSC e BTS (em Brasília), e RNC, MGW, FLEXI-ISN, 3G- SGSN e plataformas de serviços agregados com SMS, MMS, LBS e DVB-H (em Manaus) Rede WiMAX móvel Equipamentos de teste: analisadores de espectro e protocolos, geradores de sinais, scanner de frequências, geradores de tráfegos IPv4 e IPv6 e grids de processamento para simuladores de redeCompany Confidential © 2010 INdT
  11. 11. Experiência emServiços • Desenvolve aplicativos finais para os clientes • Promove a integração de serviços de Internet a dispositivos de comunicação móvelCompany Confidential © 2010 INdT
  12. 12. Manufacturing & Logistics Team Creates solutions and research for manufacturing & logistics by: Process Engineering : Lean, Value Stream Mapping, Six Sigma and process modeling by software (Arena & Simio); Sotware development: Desktop, client server , Web and Dataware House; RFID technology: Analysis and implementation of solutions using RFID. Automation and support systems: Manufacturing automation systems (RF alignment, User interface tests and programming) and support systems (manufacturing execution, SPC, Maintenance prediction systems by Fuzzy logic)Company Confidential © 2010 INdT
  13. 13. Manufacturing & Logistics Team • Total Head count: 23 System Analysts – 12 Electrical/Production Engineers - 8 Project Managers – 02 Team Manager - 01Company Confidential © 2010 INdT
  14. 14. Manufacturing & Logistics TeamCompetencies: SAP Development Lean Manufacturing Tools Dataware House Value Stream Mapping Java RFID technology (Hardware and Sw) Database Modeling Simulation Oracle Logistics WebLogic Manufacturing Process .NET Six Sigma Operations Research Automation and support systemsCompany Confidential © 2010 INdT
  15. 15. Manaus factory Supply Operations SupermarketProcess A D E B B F C A: FA 2 mat eria ls shelves D: Batteries area co nt rol B: P acking materials shelves E: Charg ers area C: R eceiving area F: T rolley s area Supermarket Operator usage during one shift Gate Keeper usage during one shiftCompany Confidential © 2010 INdT
  16. 16. Salo(Finland ) Factory Supply Operations Supermarket Objectives: • Simulation model for new Salo factory material flow process to replenish Lean ATO cells identifying process bottlenecks and calculating the process capacity for attending Lean ATO cells.Company Confidential © 2010 INdT
  17. 17. Salo(Finland) Factory Shipping Process using RFID Objectives: • Simulation model to compare current shipping process and shipping process Handover process time RFID compare implementing RFID technology to increase material traceability and identify bottlenecks. Results: • Replacing barcode by RFID: Total lead time comparison • Lead time decrease 50% for the DHL handover, Nokia handover and strapping machine process. • Lead time decreases 80% in the ramp area.Company Confidential © 2010 INdT
  18. 18. Komarom (Hungary) Factory Shipping Process usingRFID Objectives: • Simulation model to compare current shipping process and shipping process implementing RFID technology to increase material traceability and identify bottlenecks. Process RFID Current Process Lead Time Process proposal (min) (min) Reduction Handover 40,000 42,500 5.88% Hupast 12,350 12,680 2.60% Transport to 196 700 72.00% Putaway location Putaway Location 198 700 71.71% Process Time High Rack process 199 725 72.55% time Pick up location 160 600 73.33% Ramp process 160 585 72.65%Company Confidential © 2010 INdT
  19. 19. Komarom (Hungary) Supply Operations increase Objectives: • Simulation of current and future scenarios of SOP supermarket production cells replenishment process before increasing the number of Cells from 40 to 200. Replenishment Material request Average time Cells per Maximum time Lean ATO Cells to attend a shift to attend a cell cell 40 cells + 4 lift 460 34 min 92 min operators 60 cells + 4 lift 710 33 min 98 min operators 80 cells + 4 lift 817 370 min 748 min operators 80 cells + 5 lift 959 36 min 99 min operators 200 cells + 4 lift 809 1632 min 3232 min operatorsCompany Confidential © 2010 INdT
  20. 20. Manaus Factory Distribution Center using RFIDsimulation Objectives: • Simulation of current Manaus DC operation processes (picking, packing, dispatching shipment) and • Simulation model for an improved process considering RFID technology.Company Confidential © 2010 INdT
  21. 21. Phone 55 11 3849 8757 Fax 55 11 3845 4967 contato@paragon.com.br www.paragon.com.brCompany Confidential © 2010 INdT

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