Authors: Benoit Eynard, Nadege Troussier, Bruno Carratt
Addresses: Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering, Universite de Technologie de Compiegne, BP 60319, F-60203 Compiegne Cedex, France. ' Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering, Universite de Technologie de Compiegne, BP 60319, F-60203 Compiegne Cedex, France. ' Snecma – Safran Group, Site de Villaroche – Rond point Rene Ravau, F-77550 Moissy Cramayel Cedex, France
Abstract: Nowadays, aircraft development requires an efficient organisation and strong ICT support to set up a real aeronautics extended enterprise merging workers and companies involved in such a large project. During the ENHANCE project, a business case study dealing with aeronautics certification has been developed. A Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) implementation based on UML has been carried out for demonstrating the feasibility of multi-partner collaboration. The use of PLM standards and tools across an extended enterprise for the aeronautics certification process has been validated.
Keywords: PLM; product lifecycle management; extended enterprise; concurrent engineering; workflow; aeronautics products; simultaneous engineering; aeronautics certification; multi-partner collaboration.
International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management, 2010 Vol.19 No.3/4, pp.312 - 329
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