20-22 June 2018
Trieste (Italy)
Europe/Rome timezone

PLM implementation: case study of a success

22 Jun 2018, 12:30
15m
Saturnia (Trieste (Italy))

Saturnia

Trieste (Italy)

Stazione Marittima
Paper Structural design & production technology Structures and Materials

Speaker

Mr Nick Danese (Nick Danese Applied Research)

Description

The Design, Production & Operation Single Environment connects the PLM universe. The 3D model supports similar design and production roles: drawings, count hours, end-treatments, BOMs, drive robots, non-Engineering consumable forecasting (paint, blasting, welding, etc.), human resource requirements (manhours, special skills, inspections, etc.). Non-engineering Data & information contributes to the product model: lead time, availability, problem areas, etc. The 3D model is the visual representation of different types of data & information generated and required by different Departments, exploited with today's EnterprisePIatform-ShipConstructor, AutoCAD, Navisworks, etc. by Autodesk/SSI. EnterprisePIatform-ShipConstructor and Autodesk platforms are the DNA of the open-PLM, handling product model and lots of related meta-data via the Marine Information Model. The complete enterprise solution includes other software, people, tasks, deliverables, customers, subcontractors, suppliers, weather, coffee supplies, etc. All consumers receive data & information from the MIM via PublisherLT, with customized content and format. In the many-to-many setup, all stakeholders add and combine their own meta-data & information in many data repositories: textfiles, Excel, ERP, PLM, Document Management, etc.. The SSI Information Hub automatically uploads input via the EnterprisePIatform Server with Nodes, Connectors and Operations. Semi-automatic processing of User Defined Attributes is another strategy.

Primary author

Mr Nick Danese (Nick Danese Applied Research)

Co-authors

Mr PAOLO PAGLIUCA (DS&T) Mr Stéphane Dardel (Nick Danese Applied Research Sarl)

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