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Collaborative Engineering Paradigm Applied to the Aerospace Industry

Abstract : Airbus designs and industrializes aircrafts using Concurrent Engineering techniques since decades. The introduction of new PLM methods, procedures and tools, and the need to reduce time-to-market, led Airbus Military to pursue new working methods. Traditional Engineering works sequentially. Concurrent Engineering basically overlaps tasks between teams. Collaborative Engineering promotes teamwork to develop product, processes and resources from the conceptual phase to the start of the serial production. The CALIPSOneo pilot project was launched to support the industrialization process of a medium size aerostructure. The aim is to implement the industrial Digital Mock-Up (iDMU) concept and its exploitation to create shop floor documentation. In a framework of a collaborative engineering strategy, the project is part of the efforts to deploy Digital Manufacturing as a key technology for the industrialization of aircraft assembly lines. This paper presents the context, the conceptual approach and the methodology adopted.
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Fernando Mas, José Menéndez, Manuel Oliva, Alejandro Gómez, José Ríos. Collaborative Engineering Paradigm Applied to the Aerospace Industry. 10th Product Lifecycle Management for Society (PLM), Jul 2013, Nantes, France. pp.675-684, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-41501-2_66⟩. ⟨hal-01461915⟩



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