Successful automation of released design data exchange for LM-Aero using eQube-DaaS Platform
Successful automation of released design data exchange for LM-Aero using eQube®-DaaS Platform
Rapid solution development
Secure data exchange
Automation of released design data exchange
There was no data exchange interface between the LM Aero’s PLM systems and Co-producer’s PLM system for FACO required data
To keep the PLM systems of all co-producers in sync, co-producer was required to access LM Aero’s PLM system to view engineering changes and manually enter in these changes into their PLM system
This task is labor intensive, and creates lag time for co-producers in loading FACO data
Solution facilitates LM Aero to pull and validate engineering data from Teamcenter Unified and Teamcenter Enterprise, convert it to Common Data Format (CDM) and deliver the whole package to an SFTP location(Site accessible to Co-producer’s)
The package includes data in STEP part 21 format, associated graphics, technical documents and other associated data from the source systems
A federated approach to synchronizing LM Aero’s and Co-producer’s PLM systems for EBOM and Engineering Changes
Eliminating manual intervention, and thus allowing no room for error
FACO PLM Data Exchange was industry standards-based exchange as this minimizes the impact to each company by creating an autonomous interface to allow each company to progress to new tool versions independently
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