2943648831 - Product Lifecycle Management(PLM ISE386...

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Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) ISE386 Integrated Design for Manufacture Dr. LIU Ying Dept of Industrial & Systems Eng.
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2 Outline | Introduction z Trends and challenges of product management in manufacturing | Fundamentals of PLM | PLM system perspectives z Functionality z Product structure | Integration and interaction between PLM and other applications | Deployment of PLM systems | Business benefits of a PLM | Summary
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3 Introduction | Classically, the production environment can be classified into three major categories: z Category A: build to order or build to stock, no design work or engineering needed z Category B: usually build to order, a little engineering or use of mass customization is needed z Category C: always build to order. The product is built strictly according to the unique needs of the customer and a very large amount of design work is needed.
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4 Introduction
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5 Introduction | Capital goods manufacturers in particular have lately been looking for new business opportunities in services, and especially from after market services which last through the life cycle of the product. | This trend is seen as the interest of traditional manufacturing companies in offering their customers different value added services on a much wider front.
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6 Introduction | The objective of the service trend is to cover the whole life cycle of the product with services, which, especially for capital goods, can cover as much as 30 years or more.
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7 Introduction | The objective of companies is to offer customers a traditional tangible product with more customer specific services built around the product. | Any examples?
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8 Introduction | Some clear and common features can be perceived for the whole capital goods industry in the area of services and especially after sales services: z Aiming for a better knowledge of the hardware that has been installed by customers z Aspirations for highly standardized and value added services z Quick and easy availability of product data from the customer interface, utilizing the Internet and latest IT tech z Anticipating maintenance work and remote diagnostics z E-commerce and the use of Internet as the sales channels for service z
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9 Introduction | Overall, the boundary between goods production and service production is disappearing. | An increasingly large share of the sales volume of international industrial enterprises is in information, knowledge and services rather than industrial products. | Companies also intend to increase the share of services in order to add more values and to be less sensitive to economic fluctuations in their turnover.
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10 Introduction | However, the inclusion of product lifecycle service or the extension of traditional production boundary has generated considerable amount of data.
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