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Aes Corporate Presentation

  1. 1. Corporate Overview<br />
  2. 2. A California Corporation located in San Jose, CA<br />Founded in 2004<br />Operations in 3 Countries<br />6 Service Groups<br />Approx. 70 Employees<br />Partnered with the Industry Leaders in India, USA, Europe, Japan & South Africa<br />Provide High Value and Cost Effective Engineering & PLM Services<br />About AES<br />
  3. 3. Vision, Mission & Core Values<br />Vision<br />Consistently deliver “High Value and Cost Effective” engineering services<br />Mission<br />To be the “Most Respected & Sought After Global Engineering & PLM Services Company”<br />Core Values<br />Establish and grow partnerships with our clients through expertise in applied technologies and integrity<br />Provide value to customer relationships by exceeding all expectations<br />
  4. 4. Geographic Locations<br />JAPAN<br /><ul><li>Osaka</li></ul>USA<br /><ul><li>San Jose, CA (Corp)
  5. 5. Los Angeles, CA</li></ul>INDIA<br /><ul><li>Chennai
  6. 6. Bangalore
  7. 7. New Delhi</li></li></ul><li>Industries Served <br />Automotive<br />Semi-Conductor<br />Aerospace<br />Energy<br />Industrial<br />Electronics<br />Chemical<br />Bio-Medical<br />Instrumentation<br />Metallurgical<br />
  8. 8. Prestigious Customers <br />USA<br />Europe<br />South Africa<br />India<br />
  9. 9. AES Model and Key Differentiators<br />Customer Focus Provide the highest degree of customer service<br />Industry Knowledge Diversified skills and experience in various domains<br />Faster Realization of Benefits High return on investment (ROI)<br />Engagement Models 24/7 Onshore / Offshore operations<br />
  10. 10. AES Model and Key Differentiators<br />Proven Track Record Successful history of providing services through Onshore / Offshore Development Centers.<br />Right People At Right Time Focus as a partner through understanding our customers needs and corporate culture. <br />BI Strategy and Roadmap Clear vision of Customer’s short and long term operational & technical challenges.<br />
  11. 11. Service Offerings<br />MFG<br />Support<br />Eng. <br />ADMIN<br />Eng. <br />Doc<br />Analysis<br />Design<br /><ul><li>Should Costing
  12. 12. Supplier & Component MGMT
  13. 13. MFG Process MGMT
  14. 14. Prototype Support
  15. 15. DFA and DFM
  16. 16. DFMEA
  17. 17. FEA
  18. 18. Structural
  19. 19. Electro Magnetic
  20. 20. Thermal
  21. 21. Acoustic
  22. 22. Shock / Vibration
  23. 23. Design Optimization
  24. 24. CFD
  25. 25. Laminar & Turbulent
  26. 26. Compressible / Incompressible
  27. 27. Heat Transfer
  28. 28. Rotor Dynamics
  29. 29. Multi Phase
  30. 30. Reaction & Combustion
  31. 31. FSI - Fluid Structure Interaction
  32. 32. Product Data Mgmt (PDM)
  33. 33. Product Life Cycle Mgmt (PLM)
  34. 34. Configuration Mgmt
  35. 35. Value Engineering
  36. 36. Design Automation
  37. 37. Problem or Compliance MGMT
  38. 38. Concurrent Eng.
  39. 39. 3D Models & ASSYs
  40. 40. MFG DWGs
  41. 41. GD&T
  42. 42. Tolerance Analysis
  43. 43. Part Spec Creation
  44. 44. BOM Structuring
  45. 45. Tech Manuals
  46. 46. Installation Manuals
  47. 47. ASSYs Animation
  48. 48. Conceptual
  49. 49. 3D Skeletons
  50. 50. Systems Eng.
  51. 51. Mechanical
  52. 52. Electrical
  53. 53. Electronics
  54. 54. Product Upgrades
  55. 55. CIP Programs
  56. 56. Reliability Eng.</li></li></ul><li>Product Life Cycle MGMT:<br /><ul><li>Multi-enterprise Collaboration
  57. 57. Web Based Stage Gate Project MGMT
  58. 58. Integrated Sourcing</li></ul>Supplier Quality MGMT<br /><ul><li>Quality Notifications
  59. 59. Should Costing
  60. 60. Component Sourcing and MGMT</li></ul>MFG Support<br /><ul><li>Deviations MGMT
  61. 61. Installation Discrepancy Reports
  62. 62. Field Failure Reports
  63. 63. Corrective and Preventive Action</li></ul>Product Data MGMT:<br /><ul><li>Item and BOM MGMT in a Centralized System
  64. 64. Work Flow Based Change MGMT
  65. 65. No Outside Access</li></ul>Concurrent Eng. Documentation:<br /><ul><li>3D Models & ASSYs
  66. 66. MFG DWGs
  67. 67. Tolerance Analysis
  68. 68. Part Spec Creation
  69. 69. BOM Structuring
  70. 70. Tech Manuals
  71. 71. Installation Manuals
  72. 72. ASSYs Animations</li></ul>Engineering Administration<br />Driving Product<br />Profitability<br />
  73. 73. Mechanical Design Capabilities<br />Verification Plan<br />Validation Plan<br />Testing &<br />Validation<br />Product Build<br />Material Procurement<br />Prototype<br />Manufacturing Strategy<br />Vendor Development<br />Product<br />Development<br />Mechanical Design<br />Design For:<br />Manufacturing<br />Production<br />Assembly<br />Safety<br />Ergonomics<br />Transportation<br />DFX<br />Model Development<br />Calculations<br />Material Selection<br />Detailed<br />Design<br />Concept<br />Design<br />Specification<br />Design Concepts<br />Design Review Meeting<br />
  74. 74. Electrical & Electronics (EE) Design Capabilities<br /><ul><li>Verification
  75. 75. Validation
  76. 76. Manufacturing Strategy
  77. 77. Assembly Drawings
  78. 78. QC Templates – H/S/F
  79. 79. Testing Templates - H/S/F
  80. 80. Vendor Development
  81. 81. Product Build
  82. 82. PCB Development
  83. 83. Assembly
  84. 84. Testing – Functional / EMI
  85. 85. Material Procurement</li></ul>Testing &<br />Validation<br />Product<br />Development<br />Prototype<br />EE Design<br /><ul><li>Hardware Design Document (HDD)
  86. 86. Software Needed Specifications (SNS)
  87. 87. Hardware and Software FMEAs
  88. 88. PCB Design
  89. 89. Design For:</li></ul>Manufacturing<br />Production<br />Assembly<br />Safety<br />Ergonomics<br />Transportation<br />DFX<br />Detailed<br />Design<br /><ul><li>Specification
  90. 90. Existing Design Concepts
  91. 91. Hardware
  92. 92. Firmware
  93. 93. Alternate Designs
  94. 94. Design Review Meeting</li></ul>Concept<br />Design<br />
  95. 95. FEA Capabilities<br /><ul><li>FSI
  96. 96. Vibro Acoustic
  97. 97. Design Optimization
  98. 98. Size, Shape, Topology Optimization
  99. 99. FFT
  100. 100. Transfer Matrices Coefficients Calculation
  101. 101. Acoustic radiation
  102. 102. Fully-coupled Vibro-acoustics</li></ul>Design<br />Optimization<br />Shock, Impact &<br />Vibration<br /><ul><li>Conduction
  103. 103. Convection
  104. 104. Radiation
  105. 105. Thermo-Structural
  106. 106. Creep</li></ul>Acoustic<br />Thermal<br />FEA<br />Electro<br />Magnetic<br /><ul><li>Static/Transient
  107. 107. Dynamics
  108. 108. Multi-Body
  109. 109. Crash/Impact
  110. 110. Non-Linear
  111. 111. Fatigue
  112. 112. Fracture Mechanics</li></ul>Structural<br />
  113. 113. CFD Capabilities<br />Multi Phase<br />Rotor Dynamics/<br />Turbo Machinery<br />CFD<br />Reaction & <br />Combustion<br />Heat <br />Transfer<br />Fluid Structure<br />Interaction (FSI)<br />Compressible/<br />Incompressible<br />Laminar &<br />Turbulent<br />
  114. 114. CAD Tools <br />Mechanical - Unigraphics, Inventor, SolidWorks, Pro/Engineer, CATIA, Inventor, AutoCAD<br />Electrical – ECAD Layout & Schematic tools<br />CAE Tools<br />FEA - Abacus, Ansys & Nastran<br />CFD – Fluent, CFX & Star CD<br />Engineering Calculators <br />MathCAD & Custom Tools<br />Meshing<br />ICEM HEXA<br />ICEM TETRA<br />GAMBIT<br />HYPERMESH<br />Application Software & Hardware<br />Server Class Machines<br />Dell<br /><ul><li>64 Bit, 64 GB Ram, 2 Quad Core (8 Processor)</li></ul>HP<br /><ul><li>64 Bit, 32 GB Ram, 4 Quad Core (8 Processor)
  115. 115. 64 Bit, 64 GB Ram, 4 Quad Core (8 Processor)</li></ul>Box Cluster<br />64 Bit, 196 GB Ram, 8 Quad Core<br />(32 Processors)<br />
  116. 116. Box Cluster – High Class Machine <br />Specifications<br />Turn Key Solution<br />Mobile Solution<br />High Performance<br />Expandable/Scalable<br />Very Quiet Operation<br />Light Weight<br />Eco Friendly<br />Modular Design<br />
  117. 117. Quality Philosophy<br />Quality and Customer Satisfaction is Job Number One<br />Objective: Implement ISO 9001: 2008 quality management system standards that will benefit our company by helping us manage our business more effectively and put in place best practice methodology.<br />Goal: Become ISO 9001: 2008 certified by January 2012<br />
  118. 118. Intellectual Property (IP)<br />
  119. 119. Questions Comments Discussion<br />

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