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Top 7 Considerations for High Velocity Maintenance

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How can high-velocity maintenance enable the A&D sector to optimize its maintenance, repair, and overhaul operations?

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Top 7 Considerations for High Velocity Maintenance

  1. 1. TOP 7 CONSIDERATIONS FOR HIGH VELOCITY MAINTENANCE
  2. 2. 2All content is Copyright © 2017 PTC, Inc. All rights reserved. 2 WHAT IS HIGH VELOCITY MAINTENANCE (HVM)? A program recognizing that by accelerating assets or equipment through maintenance depots, manufacturers can dramatically increase asset availability and uptime. 2All content is Copyright © 2017 PTC, Inc. All rights reserved.
  3. 3. 3All content is Copyright © 2017 PTC, Inc. All rights reserved. 3 • HVM strives to streamline process and lean out wait times to achieve maximum depot productivity and minimum turn-around-times • This is achieved by understanding the relationships of all of the resources and processes required for a maintenance event HOW DOES HVM WORK? 3All content is Copyright © 2017 PTC, Inc. All rights reserved.
  4. 4. 4All content is Copyright © 2017 PTC, Inc. All rights reserved. HOW DOES HVM WORK? Synchronizing three essential components Systems/ Assets • Number of systems • Configurations 1 2 3 Maintenance Plan • Maintenance BOMs • Resource plan Material Plan Scheduled demands driven by maintenance events
  5. 5. 5All content is Copyright © 2017 PTC, Inc. All rights reserved. WHO IS HVM RIGHT FOR? Aerospace OEM Department of Defense Commercial Aviation MRO
  6. 6. 6All content is Copyright © 2017 PTC, Inc. All rights reserved. • OEMs, DoD, and Commercial MROs – with global service depots – with large-scale supply chains • Unfortunately the scheduling and assignment of technicians and the management of parts are handled independently of each other WHEN SHOULD HVM BE USED? Typically the most frequent source of work stoppages and missed target completions relates to parts availability Base 1 Base 2 Deployed Operations Warehouse Deployed Operations
  7. 7. 7All content is Copyright © 2017 PTC, Inc. All rights reserved. • Optimization of inventory across a network requires the network to be considered as a whole • It must also be clearly thought out to avoid parts chasing demand HOW IS HVM APPLIED? The network must be fluid and dynamic allowing material to flow to where it is most likely to be used Base 1 Base 2 Deployed Operations Warehouse Deployed Operations
  8. 8. 8All content is Copyright © 2017 PTC, Inc. All rights reserved. 8 WHY IS HVM SUCCESSFUL? HVM is a holistic solution to a broad, complex problem. 8All content is Copyright © 2017 PTC, Inc. All rights reserved.
  9. 9. 9All content is Copyright © 2017 PTC, Inc. All rights reserved. WHERE IS HVM SUCCESSFUL? Aerospace OEM Business Problems • Increasing operational costs • Missed service level targets with key clients • Ineffective rotables management Scope • 150,000+ part numbers • Global customer base • 225,000 R&O repairs • Rotable, repairable and consumable forecasting Results  Improved on-time delivery by 40%  Reduced supplier lead times by 15%  Achieved 91% service levels  Improved shop on-time deliver while volumes increased to 94%
  10. 10. 10All content is Copyright © 2017 PTC, Inc. All rights reserved. Department of Defense WHERE IS HVM SUCCESSFUL? Business Problems • Maximum Fleet Readiness • Lack of Global Optimization- RBS • Lack of “what-if” analysis tools • No Operational Prioritization Scope • 200 Aircraft (4 airframe types) • 26 Air Stations • 14 Component repair shops • 36,000 different line items in inventory ($998.6M) • Depot Level production & modification lines for each airframe type • Annual Spare budget of $225M Results  Aircraft Availability increased by 6%  Not mission capable inventory reduced by 4%  Back orders reduced by 34%  Reduced Operating Costs
  11. 11. 11All content is Copyright © 2017 PTC, Inc. All rights reserved. Commercial Aviation MRO WHERE IS HVM SUCCESSFUL? Results  Reduction of $40 million in inventory while increasing service level  Integration of processes with consistent solution across three business units and five different sites.  Improved data availability with automated data interfaces  Ability to simulate scenarios before implementing new policies  Generation of forecasts for suppliers
  12. 12. 12All content is Copyright © 2017 PTC, Inc. All rights reserved. KEY SUCCESS METRICS • Increased asset availability • Improved maintenance schedule adherence • Increased technician productivity • Reduced maintenance turnaround times • Reduced parts expedites / emergency orders • Reduced cost per maintenance event
  13. 13. 13All content is Copyright © 2017 PTC, Inc. All rights reserved. 13 • HVM has great value • HVM is achievable • A key enabler is the integration of the three fundamental schedules – Fleet – Maintenance – Materials • One integrated process requires one integrated solution • An advanced Service Parts Management forecasting tool is a must IN SUMMARY 13All content is Copyright © 2017 PTC, Inc. All rights reserved.
  14. 14. 14All content is Copyright © 2017 PTC, Inc. All rights reserved. ADDITIONAL READING United States Air Force Blog Story Pratt & Whitney Case Study Qantas Airlines Case Study

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