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A Case Study on the Integration of GPS Concepts in a PLM Based Industrial Context

Abstract : The innovative principles of the Geometrical Product Specification and Verification “GPS” framework promise a breakthrough in the management of geometry-related information and will lead to effective product management based on the concept of uncertainty minimization. GPS standards define a technical language completely based on mathematics to achieve these objectives and, for this reason, only major companies are able to cope with it. This paper presents a new methodological and software tool developed for integrating GPS principles into Product Lifecycle Management (PLM). It captures and structures the information gravitating around product geometry and finally encapsulates GPS principles into a user-friendly platform suitable for enterprises of any scale. This work also represents the first complete application of GPS standards to a product lifecycle, which is useful for training in the field.
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Francesco Ricci, Joel Sauza Bedolla, Javier Martinez Gomez, Suela Ruffa, Manuela De Maddis, et al.. A Case Study on the Integration of GPS Concepts in a PLM Based Industrial Context. 10th Product Lifecycle Management for Society (PLM), Jul 2013, Nantes, France. pp.336-345, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-41501-2_34⟩. ⟨hal-01461860⟩



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