How can aerospace manufacturers reduce their design cycle by 70%? By reusing parts and reducing duplicates to achieve significant cost- and time-savings. Discover how at the Global Product Data Interoperability Summit (GPDIS) 2019, starting this week, September 16 – 19 in Phoenix.
On Tuesday Sept 17, be sure to catch our speaking session, “Cut Costs and Timelines through Part Reuse and Sourcing Optimization,” co-presented by Parker Aerospace and EXALEAD/Dassault Systèmes. Discover how to break down data silos and analyze data across projects and systems to deliver critical real-time insights to increase efficiency, design better products and speed time-to-market.
Tuesday, September 17, 11:30am
Cut Costs and Timelines through Part Reuse and Sourcing Optimization
Co-presenters: Rob Donath, Dassault Systèmes and Bob Deragisch, Parker Aerospace
Learn how one manufacturer has reduced its design cycle by 70% through part reuse and sourcing optimization. By aggregating and analyzing decades’ worth of legacy data from disparate systems, engineers can quickly find the ideal part for any project and identify similar components. Drag-and-drop any 3D model into the search bar, and immediately find all similar parts in other formats, as well as understand what percentage they are similar. Find related documentation for the part with just a click and visualize relationships between different assemblies and components.
Also using a marketplace of tens of millions of catalogued parts, procurement leaders can define their own standardized catalogue of sourceable components in just a few clicks, reduce duplicates and monitor part reuse throughout the project.
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