Lockheed Martin implements Next Gen VAS using eQube-DaaS Platform
Lockheed Martin implements Next Gen VAS using eQube®-DaaS Platform
Quick data integration deployed
10 million Parts and Fitments exchanged
Seamless orchestration of workflows
The VAS web server methods used for data access have been deprecated by the vendor (Siemens)
The PDM (TcEnterprise) system provides access to BOM information, and management of JT file data. PDM is planned to sunset by 2024
PDM has reached the practical limits of performance for nightly VAS updates, and will not scale to meet future F-35 Production Rates
The current report window of 5 hours cannot be extended due to the performance impact on interactive users and other reporting
Each data-elements replicated to NGV-TC is tagged with group privileges
Rapid generation and re-generation of PLMXML enabling fast rendering on NGV-TC instance of JT models
Continuous sync of changes (data and JTs) from Aerosource to NGV-TC instance
eQube® Products Used
eQ Products used: eQube®-MI,eQube®-TM
eQube® Connectors used: Teamcenter
Process driven integration approach
Seamless integration between two similar Teamcenter instances
Code-less last-mile connectivity to systems using COTS eQube® connectors
Rapid eQube® solution deployment (within few months) without disrupting or deploying any component on end-systems
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