Bridging the gap between manufacturing and engineering

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Eliminate latency between engineering and manufacturing to drive lean holistically. Drive engineer intent to the shop floor with 3D images. Speed is a competitive advantage

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  • So bringing it all together, This is a busy slide so we’ll focus on 4 points or paths on this slidePLM-MES integrationGlobalChange ManagementClosed loop intelligenceMajority of Product Management managed in PLM systemDesign through Authoring the high level process plansThat is then linked to a manufacturing COEThat will help eliminate delay and improve collaboration between engineering and manufacturingLikewise, initiate and manage Change Requests in PLM, and integrate the change process across PLM and manufacturingSo, go fastProcess plans and subsequent change orders are synchronized across the network of manufacturing sitesWe saw that Cummins was able to share about 85% of its processes across plantsSo, Go globalAnd, process and product intelligence is captured in the manufacturing platform, along with as-built and as-maintained information, to share back to engineering and to the businessAnd enable things like comparing as-design and as-planned to as-built or as inspectedSo, Go smart
  • Bridging the gap between manufacturing and engineering

    1. 1. Bridging the Gap BetweenManufacturing and Engineering Jordan Berkley Director of Product Management 1
    2. 2. Global Manufacturing Enterprise IT Ecosystem 2
    3. 3. Product Delivery Innovation Leads to Growth Global growth requires innovation x speed – Go Global • Standardize processes • Network of supply / capacity – Go Fast • Get connected • Get flexible – Go Smart • Close the loop -rich intelligence infuses feedback • Traceability from as-designed to as-built It is not the strongest … that survives, nor the most intelligent … It …is the most adaptable to change ... the fastest. Charles Darwin 3
    4. 4. The Fast Eat the Slow Rule #1 To accelerate your speed, eliminate delay 3-57 Rule Your employees work 3 minutes of each hour on your product 15-2-20 Rule Cut 15 minutes / hour of waste, double productivity and bump profit margin by 20% 3x2 Rule Grow 3x faster and gain 2x profit margin Source: Competing Against Time, George Stalk Lean Six Sigma Demystified, Jay Arthur 4
    5. 5. Go Fast! Wring Out Delay Value Chain Rework Product Rework Engineering Manufacturing Rework / CAPA Engineering Change Notice Quality Engineering Manufacturing Change Notice Change Notice Delay Delay DelayNVA 5x 3x 2x VA 2x 3x 2x 3x Product Development Value Stream 5
    6. 6. Speed to Market: Squeeze Out Delay Collaborative Engineering and Manufacturing required to compress Design to Volume Workload Rework Design Rework Engineering Production Design Engineering Production Shortened Lead Time Time 6
    7. 7. Enterprise IT: Three Platform Strategy Go Global: Standardize IT for Global Manufacturing Reduce PLM and Manufacturing point solutions across enterprise Streamline Engineering (PLM) and Manufacturing interaction Harmonize processes global 7
    8. 8. Eliminate Point Solutions in Manufacturing OperationsDisconnected Enterprise Apps Strategic Enterprise Platform Financials ERP MRP HR MRP Financials HR SFA Purchasing CRM Inventory MDM Scheduling SCM APS Quality SCM Inventory Standards-Based, Certified IntegrationDisconnected & Overlapping Execution Applications ERP Apriso MES QMS MES QES WMS WMS Compliance Compliance CMMS Time/Labor Maintenance SCV HMI/Tool Int SCV ERP Integ Equipment Global Manufacturing Platform 8
    9. 9. Traditional Integration: PLM-ERP-Manufacturing eBOM ERP Product Mfg Process Routing Demand forecasts Design Engineering & Customers Orders Resource Resource As-built Quality Control Planning As-inspected As-maintained eWI Nonconformance PLM Production Production Orders Progress mBOM Quality Routing Resources Materials Roles & Control & eWI Equipment & ASN Skills Plan Tooling Material MRO / Mfg Quality Production Maintenance Flow Service Intelligence Time & Labor Global Manufacturing Platform 9
    10. 10. Next Generation Integration Trend: PLM-ERP-MOM mBOM ERP Product Mfg Routing Demand forecasts Design Engineering & Customers Orders / MPM Resource Resource Change Notice Planning PLM As-builtChange Notice As-inspected Production Production As-maintained / serviced Orders Progress Nonconformance mBOM Quality Process Resources Roles & Materials Control Plan & eWI Equipment & Skills ASN Plan Tooling Material MRO / Mfg Quality Production Maintenance Flow Service Intelligence Time & Labor Global Manufacturing Platform 10
    11. 11. PTC-Apriso Integrated Supply Chain As-built As-maintained Change Notice Manufacturing Intelligence Material Equipment Inspection / Flow Maintenance Sampling Site Specific Alternate Exception / Extensions Flows Flows 11
    12. 12. Conclusion Innovate for growth – Go Global • Standardize processes • Network of supply / capacity it’s not the – Go Fast BIG that eat • Get connected the SMALL • Get flexible …it’s the FAST – Go Smart that eat • Close the loop – rich intelligence the SLOW infuses feedback Jason Jennings & Laurence Haughton 12

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