A Product Innovation Platform that is accessible to all producers and consumers of product lifecycle information is fundamental to breaking down barriers and building trust in data so teams can collaborate efficiently and effectively.
Two major trends—increasing product complexity and the growing role of the supply chain in design and manufacturing― have been playing out in manufacturing companies across all industries. The convergence of these trends has created a significant challenge for design collaboration with outsourced manufacturing partners―impacting productivity and operational excellence every day.
Businesses will need to invest in upgrading their current technology to meet these new realities. Regardless of the approach, in order to make these investments reflect a positive return on their investment (ROI), the solution will need to consider the business processes, volume and location of users, technical landscape and security of the data. Watch this presentation to learn how you can transform your global supplier collaboration while securing your IP.
Learn more about enabling IP-secure supplier collaboration.
With ever increasing product complexity, Requirements Management (RM) is critical to any complex system and/or product design. However, in many cases, requirements management is still done in siloed, standalone RM tools. And, the fact is, many design failures can be traced back to poor requirements management. This eBook explores the current challenges and risks companies face when it comes to requirements management and outlines the solutions and benefits offered by Aras’ Requirements Engineering (RE) application.
Watch this webinar with Thomas Gill, Senior Consultant at CIMdata, as he discusses issues with legacy monolithic architectures, key elements of a product innovation platform architecture and the business benefits that can be achieved with a modern solution.
Today’s product innovations, and tomorrow’s, rely on simulation. Managing simulation data and results in the Digital Thread with Aras scales the value of simulation to more of the product lifecycle, advancing innovation today and into the future.
Learn how you can benefit from the convergence of the Aras Requirements Engineering application and its PLM platform.
Requirements Management provides powerful capabilities for complex systems engineering planning, development and realization through the creation of a single, multi-discipline requirements hierarchy. Change management workflow assures requirements stay in sync as the system or product evolves over the lifecycle.
Driving digital transformation to meet the demands of processes with fast changing requirements is particularly challenging with yesterday’s rigid technology. Forward thinking organizations are looking toward a more modern enterprise architecture that can quickly adapt to unique digital process needs now and into the future. Join CIMdata Vice President, Stan Przybylinski, and Aras SVP Strategy, Marc Lind, as they discuss the platform implications of Digital Transformation in today’s global enterprise.
Insitu, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company, creates and supports unmanned aerial vehicles and software technology, delivering end-to-end solutions for collecting, processing and understanding sensor data. Insitu knows the importance of keeping Aras Innovator up-to-date and they regularly take advantage of Aras’ upgrade services to make sure they can take advantage of all of the latest features and capabilities. Discover how the Insitu and Aras’ upgrade team worked together to complete a successful upgrade with measurable results.
During the demonstration we cover:
• Creating and working with sequences and lists
• Working with workflows and lifecycles
• Modifying/updating existing business items with new properties
• Working with permissions
• How to create a new item type and forms
Your business is predicated on fast turnaround time (TAT), on-time delivery, and increasing volume. If your on-time delivery performance is below 90%, now’s the time to evaluate your MRO processes and capabilities. Turnaround time won’t get any easier as aircraft become more complex.
This webinar will discuss key levers to speed on-time delivery and help you reach the magic 90% metric and will not only provide a proven blueprint to improve your current operations but also strategy to compete for future market share.
• Initial product definition
• Design and process quality management
• Change management throughout the complete product lifecycle
• Complete traceability of the entire digital thread
The rapidly growing complexity of products presents a significant challenge for manufacturers that are competing to bring the latest, most sophisticated, and connected products to market. This level of complexity has also introduced the need to take a systems level approach. Collaborating across disciplines—mechanical, electronic, and software—creating systems of systems. This eBook explores five concepts that will help engineering leads develop system-centric design processes, align teams, master product complexity, and drive innovation.
In this demo, you will learn how engineering data is created, viewed, and updated in the Product Engineering application using a controlled change process through automated workflow, to increase productivity and reduce redundant entry, errors, and rework.
Product lifecycle management (PLM) is a core requirement for modern product development, particularly as organizations face increasing product complexity and shorter product lifecycles.
PLM is also the key integration point for advanced product development technology such as application lifecycle management (ALM) and Internet of Things (IoT) data, and enables traceability required for Digital Thread and Digital Twin.
An organization’s ability to innovate and pursue Digital Transformation is therefore significantly dictated by the level of PLM functionality and maturity across the organization.
The value of managing architectural models in PLM goes well beyond the benefits of Configuration, Change and Lifecycle Management of the model itself. It includes the additional benefits of dynamic interaction, collaboration, reuse, and traceability between SysML and the various data models and structures already managed by PLM. These include, derivation of SysML model from PLM managed architectural structures, dynamic interaction with requirement structures, physical parts and assemblies, dynamic generation of SysML like diagrams in PLM and elements of PLE definitions between SysML and PLM
Watch this presentation to see the value of the integration between PLM and System Model demonstrated using Aras PLM platform and No Magic’s MagicDraw and how this can help you in implementation of a SysML driven MBSE methodology across the entire enterprise.